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Do you trust thosse "Earn easy money online" sites

Do you?

  • Yes

    Votes: 2 6.7%
  • No

    Votes: 21 70.0%
  • Some of them are trustworthy

    Votes: 7 23.3%

  • Total voters
    30
M

moneyman

New Member
I have tried to ignore all of them. In my opinion they are all scams. People fall for them since those sites have so appealing designs and well made fake proof. Anyway, it is nowadays so easy to search which site is trusted and which not.
 
unbel

unbel

New Member
Those ads are scams 99% of the time. No goals are unrealistic but those ads claiming "you can make $500 a day from sitting at home" are all lies. Do not trust them. There are realistic methods of making money online, but you want to stay away from those ads.
 
V

vash

New Member
If I know a way to earn money easily online, I wouldn't share it (if) it will create potential competitors.
Under most circumstances, people are not generous enough to create competitors for themselves. So that's why in my opinion most of these claims are false or rather scam.

Don't get me wrong. There are plenty of ways to make money online, but nothing comes truly "easy".
 
Rube

Rube

Member
Anything you do online to make money involves a lot of time and effort. Sadly some people believe those programs that promise you can make money simply by spending a few minutes online each day or with very little effort. Some schemes do not even explain what it involved until after people have paid money to register. Then they are given complex instructions to follow.

I would never want to subscribe to anything online that has to do with money markets or arbitrage betting, because I know I will never be able to understand number charts or rising/falling figures. Yet people who know nothing about Internet marketing sign up for programs that they have to promote if they are to earn anything.

A lot of 'easy money' schemes depend on recruiting new members. Some people think all they have to do is some free advertising, or write a post saying how wonderful it is (before they have even earned a cent from it).
 
D

damachine

New Member
Absolutely not. Neobux is a paying site but they know exact how to keep you at their site with leaving you at a loss with them. They is no easy way to get money. You have to work for your money if you want a legit site.
 
Chynamp

Chynamp

New Member
No I don't trust those sites. Making money from home is definitely feasible, however, it is not easy to begin with. Most of the opportunities saying you can make $500 in a day are scams. If making that much money in a day was so easy everyone would be doing it. My dad always told me, if it sounds too good to be true it probably is.
 
Mr.Panos

Mr.Panos

Community Team
I don't trust any of those scam sites, people must be stupid to fall for those type of things :p
I agree. I have received some emails which have ads for those sites. I deleted them and blocked their email. They are not trustworthy according to my AntiVirus and according to my opinion. Some years ago, I was very curious so I went to an Internet cafe, I went to those sites and they had porn content. -_-
 
Nymph

Nymph

Member
Here's the thing: Some of these sites may employ techniques that are plausible for the level of income they claim they generate, but you'd have to have been one of the first hundred or thousand people to spread your referral links and such around the web. Furthermore, they target people who in the very beginning are not going to put in much effort into what they have to offer to feed off of that desperation, hence the earn "easy" money part. My general rule of thumb is, if it looks like a scam, works like a scam, and has little positive reviews or no reviews at all, it probably is a scam.
 
M

mkcookin

New Member
I never have, and never will. Anyone who is gullible enough to believe you can press a few button and magically make thousands of dollars online, just needs to send their money to my Paypal check account.

While the internet is a great way to make thousands and millions of dollars online, it takes work like any other type of business. This mean working several hours every day, learning new skills, and being able to invest money into your business to see it succeed.
 
ozadin

ozadin

New Member
I vote no. Those sites usually come out as a scam. You may invest in something, or sign up for something, and start earning money, but there's a specific payout rate like $100 with at least a month of registration, or time on the site. Once you're a day away from cashing out that $10000, the site shuts down, and you lose your time as a result. I typically stay away from too good to be true sites.
 
Yorozuya

Yorozuya

New Member
I don't trust any of them. This is a hard lesson I had to learn while trying to learn how to make money online. So here is the thing:
  1. You CAN make money online.
  2. There is no free money. You always have to work for it in some way.
  3. If it sounds too good to be true, then it usually isn't.
As long as you keep these in mind you are unlikely to get scammed :) Some people get fooled easily because they want to believe that there is a way to make free money. Sadly, there is no such thing :)
 
I

isp

New Member
I don't trust them because at most they will shell out a few dollars for a person.
 
wasi90lk

wasi90lk

Member
There are some ridiculously easy ways (PTC, posting in forums, GPT) of making money online, but those methods will not give you much money.

If you want to make serious money, you will have to work hard.
 
G

Guru

New Member
Nope, almost all of them are scams one way or another. Making money online isn't easy and it takes hard work and dedication and it certainly isn't something that you can just do overnight like these ads make out. I stay away from them, and I advise anyone else to too.
 
N

Nixon Marcion

New Member
Most of those get rich quick websites are surely scams and sometimes they try to sell them so cheap. So if you can teach someone how to make $5000 per day why would I have to pay a one time fee of $29.95. So they try to manipulate us in stealing our money. It is possible to make this amount of money over the internet but some guru pops out of no where and claims he can walk you into it, Oh how comforting. Be careful less they scam you.
 
Barry.Lejieg

Barry.Lejieg

New Member
No way, most of the time they make no sense at all. They say they will learn you how to make $1000 per day, if you pay them $20? Sometimes I even laugh at them. However, you can learn a lot from them if you ever bought anything from those scammers.
And the best lesson would be, never trust make money guides. No one it's dumb enough to show you the secret of how he's making money for $20. He/She will either do it for free, to help you, or will do it for a stupid high amount of money.
 
Kristy

Kristy

Active Member
"Easy money" sites do exist but the problem is that it isn't very much money. But any site that claims you're going to make a ton of money every single day is just full of it. If making tons of money every day was that easy everyone would be doing it.
 
davidj212

davidj212

New Member
Any site that claims that, is obviously a gigantic scam! Has anyone else here realized that all the scam sites pretty much have the exact same layout? Any program that you have to purchase to be able to make money, is either a scam, or a gigantic pyramid scheme!
 
P

protoboard

Member
If it sounds too good to be true, then it usually isn't.
That's right. And that's what makes scams easy to spot. If it promise lots of money without any work you are better keeping away from that one.
 
S

smoothmarketer

Member
Most of those sites exaggerate the earning potential and that attracts unsuspecting newbies to fall for the scams. Many people do actually make good money online, but it's really dishonest to market their success as a quick and easy way to earn. It takes hard and smart work to achieve success online or offline. We need internet police to prosecute the owners of scam sites.
 

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