We’ve all run into an advert which claims to make you thousands every month by working from home, using their strategies/products, but how many people actually make money, other than those who are actually doing to scamming? I stumble across websites with guys lounging on beach chairs on islands claiming to have made millions, what a load of nonsense! I don’t believe it for a single second!
I performed a Google search for ‘work from home’ and was presented with over a hundred pages of results, which at an average of 10 results per page brings us close on 1000 results all about making money online. Multiply this by say 4 or 5 different search engines and you can see how many scamming websites there are on the Internet, and these are the ones which are actually indexed! How many people click into these things, read the persuasive content and end up pay for more information, only to find themselves getting no where? My guess is thousands of people!
“Earn thousands every month from home” ~ krap
“Drive your dream car” ~ krap
“Live the life you always wanted” ~ krap
Each of these websites manages to have a fantastic list of people who have made thousands through them, with pictures and references ~ how much have these people been paid to do this? Isn’t this a sort of fraud?
The part which bugs me most is that there is no way of stopping these things. Making money online with Adsense, for example, or PayPerPost is the real deal – Proper reputable companies with a basis which is worth trusting, anything else is pure scam and too many people don’t realise this.
I often feel that I would like to make a website, where each time I come across one of these scams, I would make a post about it ~ and hopefully many people would reach it and realise that it’s all nonsense. It would be a great source for those looking to make money the easy realiase that you can’t make money the easy way!
I would actually love to talk to someone who has signed up for one of these programs and actually made anything off them and more specifically made money after the first month of signing up, because if I was to do a scam like this, I would make sure those people who sign up make a killing in the first month and then from the second month onwards I would make sure that I cover all costs ten fold, and I’m sure this is exactly what happens! Imagine you sign up for a service and in the first month you make several grand, the chances are that you will tell all your friends about it, so they will sign up and then do the same, each person realising in month 2 that they have been scammed.
This is something I read on the Mail & Guardian website a few months ago about work from home scams being illegal..
Advertisements offering certain work-from-home opportunities are now illegal, said the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) on Wednesday.
The ASA welcomed the regulation, which was issued by the Department of Trade and Industry.
“The regulation makes various work-from-home ‘opportunities’ illegal. These include opportunities to ‘fill envelopes’ and ‘type labels’ — two scams against which the ASA has issued various rulings,” said the ASA in a statement.
“Consumers are reminded that if they see ads of this type, they can lodge complaints with the ASA on firstname.lastname@example.org or fax 011 781 1616.”
Take action people, when you come across one of these websites, report the people, get these silly scams offline, so people who are actually trying to do things correctly can rank better on search engines and receive more traffic!
PROGRAMS WHICH WORK: With many years of experience, there are some programs which actually do work. I’ve used these two programs to earn money online successfully:
As you can see from the pictures above, I’ve successfully made money with these programs!