There are numerous sites out there that are hosting their own version of the Tesla Generator. Most of these sites claim that they have acquired a copy of the original Tesla Generator blueprint and most of these sites are just a ploy to scam you of your money.
The 411 on the Tesla Generator
The Tesla Generator is the brainchild of inventor and Father of Free Energy, Nikolas Tesla. It would a shame to his name if instead of getting your energy free from the generator you pay a huge sum without getting any working blueprint at all. Thus you should have enough knowledge to protect yourself, and your wallet, from blueprint scam.
You can get blueprints of this wonderful machine online. It is not for free and no site will be hosting free blueprints. You have to buy it fair and square. But unlike other alternative energy sources, you will spend much less than your month’s rent and electric bill in building this machine. Other green energy sources need solar panels, revolving blades, and turbines attached on your roof or anywhere else. Acquiring these parts will cost you a lot of money, assembling them will use up a lot of time, and the installation will only make you go nuts with complicated patterns and proclaimed blueprints. The Tesla Generator aims to change all that by providing you with a wireless and cheap energy source for years to come.
Choosing Legitimate Blueprint Sources
First off, you should always check the website’s homepage for accreditation logos. There are many online accreditation companies out there that will guarantee that you get your product in exchange for your money fair and square. These companies, once another company have applied for their accreditation services, will place an accreditation logo of their company on their client’s website and is usually seen on the homepage. Once you click these logos, you will be redirected to protected pages that guarantee that a certain sites are accredited. If you click any accreditation logo on a certain site and is not redirected to any page at all, then be sure that that page is a scam.
Making Sure that Your Purchase is Secure
You can also check the payment terms page of the site. Normally when you enter sensitive personal information you will be redirected to a site with an “https” URL and not an “http” URL. The HTTPS URL guarantees that the site is secured and your information will not be leaked or used against your will. Any site that asks you to enter sensitive information such as bank account and number to buy a certain Tesla Generator blueprint without an “https” URL is surely a scam.
Checking the company legitimacy will also help you determine if a certain Tesla Generator blueprint hosting site is a scam or not. Look at details such as location, owner name, and the hosting company and check online for its legitimacy.
Lastly, when somebody is scammed by a certain website he or she will quickly warn other people of this scam. You can search for customer reviews of a certain site and check if it is genuine or not.