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How are you protecting your Internet wages-Article Podcast

Dear Perceptive Readers, Podcasts Notifications and manuscript You May Have Missed:

What is your policy for protecting your Internet wages?

Dear Perceptive Readers, I hope this post finds you all well; if not better than good! For professional and legal reasons, you state at times your policy and mission statements when are in an organization or business. When you are the sole proprietor, you at times do not need a lot of bureaucracy in place to make decisions. You deal with your customers and clientele in an honorable way. When you make a deal to trade this service for that service, etc; you can often say “good trade.”

There have been times when entrepreneurs and professionals decided to limit some of the services they provided due to not receiving income for the valued product of services they were providing to the public. The reasons for the deficit was not due to contractual customers no longer fulfilling their end of the bargain; it at times is what was happening in the beginning, middle of the transaction, and at the end.

People were siphoning the professional or entrepreneurs resources. In this technological age; these are items that are stolen; the same way a thief can steal a loaf of bread, money, and material:

Examples: Website traffic, social media followers and likes. Sells. Contacts, intellectual property.

I’m sure you get the point. Does it matter to you if the above currency is censored, siphoned, and laundered to another entity or person?

Just know, in one scenario, the following happened to a professional:

It doesn’t matter if someone says to you “it doesn’t matter.” It is not their place to withhold wages from you period; being a judge over you in that way. Side thought: Some of these very persons who keep saying that, may be the very person’s complicit and actively participating in taking your (internet currency) wages ** Book of James**

People at times will even try to cause you to think your time and resources are not even worth anything. When really, just because a person does not value what is being brought to the table; it must be worth something, for them to think up elborate means to take your wages and intellectual property.

So Perceptive Readers here are my questions for you:

Have you ever experienced the above?
What policy and actions do you have in place to resolve the above problem?