Back in the “old days' of the Internet, they used to tell you NEVER to use your real name for security purposes.
Back then, simple scams were everywhere.
But we've come a long way (mostly) since people were trusting enough to send money online to made-up Nigerian princes… right?
People may be a lot more “Internet savvy” when they use their phones or laptops these days…
…But in the survival/prepping community, a whole LOT Of them are still making a MAJOR mistake.
And that mistake, well… it's the sort of thing that separates the real survivors from the ones who are just pretending – even if they don't realize it!
Doing This Makes People “Fantasy Preppers”
See, I'm old enough to remember the early days of the Internet, when it was kind of a “Wild West” out there in terms of the information available.
You could find just about anything you wanted on Internet bulletin boards…
…and some of it was even true.
But while most of us have gotten a lot smarter about who we trust online, and who we give our information to…
…some of us are STILL falling for a new type of scam.
Instead of taking people's money and not sending them anything, THESE scams are selling false security, giving people information that doesn't work and that the seller doesn't care about.
See, some people in the survival/prepping/self-defense communities are still taking advice from just anybody on the Internet.
They go on YouTube, look up a video, and believe what some tiny channel with no followers (and no clue) tells them.
They find a random post by “MallNinja12345” (I made that up) on Reddit, and they think it must be true because it sounds plausible.
Basically, they treat the Internet like a Ouja Board, asking just any old random person to give them advice on life-and-death matters of survival.
And that, Amigo, is the absolute WORST advice there is.
It treats survival like fantasy – and playing at being a prepper will get you hurt or killed when something real happens.
(You know, like a world-ending, economy-destroying pandemic?)
Now, I know you're not going to stop looking at survival information on the Internet, and I wouldn't want you to.
But if you're going to be able to tell fact from fiction, if you want some clue as to whether a source should be trusted, you have to have a good background in multiple survival topics.
That means you have another problem:
HOW do you study “all of survival and self-defense” overnight?
Well, I found a deal that provides you with an “instant library” of solid survival and self-defense information.
With just one click, YOU can have this entire library at your disposal… which will help give you the background you need to make informed decisions about the “Internet survival info” you see.
Just don't put this off until later, okay?
These offers get taken down periodically, so you don't want to miss out.
Watch your backs out there, and online… and don't send any bitcoins or gift cards to imaginary royalty, okay?