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There are several scams doing the rounds, some of these are old whereas others are new and ingenious. One such scam is the disability scam. The National Consulting Institute recruits you to inspect business facilities for violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Part of this law requires businesses to improve access for people with disabilities. For this, you purchase an ADA license for $10,000 and are promised a pay of about $45,000. You are to inspect businesses at a fee of $100 and earn about $400 to $1000 to provide compliance solutions to the business.

The catch in the whole scam is that you are asked to purchase skid resistant adhesive worth about $10,000. This chemical is meant to make the floor less slippery and safer for wheelchair users. You are baited with a $5 profit on every gallon of chemical sold by the sales reps of the company is your area.

Initially, the company will issue small orders of $100 or so but over the months, the orders cease and you are left with gallons and gallons of harmful chemicals. The point of the matter is that the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) does not require floor to be skid resistant. Hence, any business is not under obligation to buy the chemical. Eventually you realize that the chemical makes the floor more slippery and is useless. By the time you understand that you have been conned for several thousand dollars, the company vanishes without a trace.

Many people out there capitalize on disabilities and disasters. Not only do they lack integrity but are also morally corrupt. Unfortunately, many people fall victim to their scams. A lucrative pay and a respectable job make many people lose money to scams. Usually, people get no refund but in some cases, federal authorities have been able to seize these cons and some of the victims can probably hope for refunds.

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