Scam, Scam, Scam

Internet Scamming

I am one of probably millions of people looking for (easy) ways of making money with my computer. I have devoted a lot of time to this quest over the past few months and have amassed a grand total of 25c to date. That 25 is through starclicks.com, which, if i am to believe what i read on some websites is a scam anyway. At this stage i have signed up for hundreds of ''FREE" survey, writing, affiliate etc, sites in the hope of eventually finding the one which is going to make me rich. I have been lucky in that i have not been stupid enough to spend a lot of money on these sites. The only one i did waste money on was Daniel Youngs Push button Cash site. Now after over two months of joining this i have yet to get any return and i am still receiving spam mails telling me i have to join and there are only x amount of places left. I spent approximately 15USD on this product and in my own opinion now it is a big SCAM. When i used my user ID and accessed the site i was brought straight to another product that i must buy, but my question is, if i buy this is there another product waiting on the next page for me to buy, and the next and the next.




I have also joined Clickbank's Affiliate program. This is a website which i am completely unsure of so far. Yes it is free and to be honest i dont think it is a scam but it is not easy to make money off. I will just stick with it and see how it ends up. I think i really need a website of my own to best utilise this product.



Ok that brings me to the survey sites and there are a lot of them, none of which seem to be free, despite the banners they portray on other sires. In my opinion every one of them is a Scam and you should stay away from them, they just want your information which may then be sold to other companies.

In general i have found that any site that charges a fee for its 'Money making' tips and/or services should be taken off the web as they are all scams. If you think about it they are charging you to show u how to make money, why dont they just keep it to themselves and make a fortune!


At the beginning of this personal quest of mine i started getting the guru mails, the ones which claim that they are making 100's of thousands of dollars per month. When you go onto these sites they all have letters and emails from happy customers, with big cars and houses. I have tried to locate some of these people on google and on facebook, but have yet to find even one. Maybe they are too busy spending there money to be on the net!!! Again as i said above any site which charges a fee for its services is a Scam.


I have now come to the conclusion that there is no quick and easy way to make money online, however there are ways of making money. The best ways in my opinion is through Affiliate Marketing, but again you do really need to have a website. I ahve set up an Amazon account and it is linked to this page, which is easy to do. The hard part is choosing the correct products. We will just have to wait and see how it works.


My advice to any one seeking to make some money online is simple, stay away from sites that charge money. read every email you get carefully, develop yuor own opinions on them and most importantly give yourself lots of time and be patient. You will find that it is possible to make money, just not in a hurry. And also just a tip,I have an old email address that i use now solely for all the survey sites, gurus etc. This means my personal email is free from spam, which i get a lot of, probably about 200 mails every day. I would advise anyone going searching like i did to do they same.


I hope this is of some help to someone, either in saving or making money.

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Phil Plasma 5 years ago from Montreal, Quebec

Yes, too many people are sucked in to those sites claiming fortunes. I'm going to stick with Hubpages and see how this works out as a revenue generator. So far in my first seven days I've earned nine cents. Not terribly promising, but I'm going to keep going to see what happens when I have considerably more hubs. Good advice here earning you a vote up and useful.


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tmheffernan 5 years ago from Middle East Author

Much appreciated Phil, have joined a few months but only getting into hubpages in the last week or so, so your comment is a big help to me. Im going to give hubpages a go for a while too.


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Nell Rose 5 years ago from England

Hi, I think we all go down that route, with this scam or that, I am just sticking to hubs, not much money, but then I do write about the things that nobody wants to buy! lol I love history and get carried down that path, cheers nell


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sangre 5 years ago from Ireland

You've made some valid point there. It's really about trial and error. I review all the sites I've joined to see if they are scams are not.

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