Adam Ginsberg dons many hats: he is an eBay entrepreneur, author, speaker, trainer and mentor, internet marketing guru, and the list goes on. But one thing that he is not is a FRAUD—which, unfortunately, some people have made him out to be all over the internet.
Adam Ginsberg, very far from being a fraud, is a very successful internet entrepreneur and he has developed his own systems to achieve success in his internet ventures. And, only after trying and testing these internet based business systems does Mr. Ginsberg bring them out in the market for other people to buy and use in their own business endeavors.
However, while a lot of his customers have invested their time along with their money to understand these systems and use them exactly as they are supposed to be used to achieve the kind of success that Adam Ginsberg claims, there are a few who have misinterpreted Ginsberg’s online business tools as get-rich-quick schemes and have dished out their money on them hoping that these systems would work for them without having to put in any effort of their own. In the case of Adam Ginsberg too, his customers who have failed to extract the true potential of his systems, for whatever reasons, have been quick to jump on to the internet band wagon and started calling Mr. Ginsberg a fraud and his systems a scam.
Many of his failed customers have questioned Mr. Ginsberg’s intentions in selling his systems to the public, when he could keep them for himself to prevent competition and earn more money off of the internet. Sure Mr. Ginsberg could do that, but why would a businessman develop a successful product and not sell it in the market? It does not make good business sense. If an entrepreneur has invested his own time, effort and resources in developing a unique product, and if he stands to profit more from selling his product in the marketplace, then it makes perfect sense for him to do so. And Adam Ginsberg does exactly that. Occasionally, there are complaints about the high prices that Mr. Ginsberg charges for his products. Again, like any successful businessman, when Adam Ginsberg has faith in his products, their uniqueness and what they can earn for his customers, he has all the right to charge what he feels is appropriate for his products. Profit is, after all, the prime objective for any business, and the fact that Mr. Ginsberg has been successful, and has helped many others to be successful too, is probably the strongest argument there is against the alleged “Adam Ginsberg fraud”.
So, the question to ask is whether we should believe everything that we read on the internet without making an effort to verify the facts for ourselves, or if we should try and gather as much information for ourselves before we form our own opinions about a person and his business. Especially when you see something labeled a ‘scam’ or a ‘fraud’, you’ve always got to check to see who’s complaining, and for what reasons the complaints are being made. If you have heard about the Adam Ginsberg fraud story, and want more information about this alleged fraud, you can get all the facts directly from Adam Ginsberg himself by contacting his office and making an appointment to speak to him.