10 DOLLAR CLICK A SCAM?! YES!!! YES!!! ABSOLUTELY POSITIVE SWEAR ON MY LIFE
10 Dollar Click is like the movie "Hostel".
In Hostel, American boys and girls, seduced by the promise of sex and fun, are lured via train to Eastern Europe to their deaths. If there's a trio, it happens one at a time, meaning that the remaining members of the party always begin missing friends and get worried and suspicious. They begin to retrace their steps until discovering that the new batch of whores on the next shift are giving the same set of lines to whom they believe are new clients. We're just going to spa. You should come...
As is the phenomena of today's biggest and most thoughtless internet scam...Ten Dollar Click...a scam that has thousands of people too smart to work for balding ridiculous supervisors at monkey jobs early in the morning...staying up until midnight just to sit through five ads for scam companies and click the ads for their excruciating mini-mercials. Five months later the idea is that you're supposed to get ten thousand dollars. Like Hostel, Ten Dollar Click is an overseas scam that hates Americans and wants to screw them, and when it comes to this American (me), they did quite a job.
It doesn't matter that you know it's a scam, because there's a new client for them to grab on the internet any minute.
We have to take these people down. They're in the Philippines. I know their IP address.
Who's inciting violence? I'm inciting indictments. Bench warrants. Paddles.
Put those people in a federal pound-me-in-the-ass prison. The inmates will see why these bastards have arrived because they all watch the news and talk shit to each other all day. Watch as they visualize their own grandmas getting screwed out of their life savings, or their friends still on the streets who are ex-cons getting klinged out of their money by people like this as they try very very very hard not to be criminals again. Ten Dollar Click thinks it's not robbing people due to not taking a cent from anybody, huh? They should let their advertisers click their own ads then god dammit.
Work-at-home scams advertise on ten dollar click. The same way that Zuckerburg was able to make money by presenting board members with a website that gets a 91 percent return on visits...is how these work-at-home scam companies make their money. All this time you wondered how some assholes who collect thousands of dollars from people under false pretenses don't ever get sued -- well -- they do. They stay in business because of Ten Dollar Click and others like it, because people keep clicking their ads over and over again every single day!
You're not allowed to reach a payout until 10,000 dollars...a payout with a waiting time that extends 15 days past the paypal deadline for MAKING COMPLAINTS...they put up all kinds of witness testimonials that the thing works...look...anyone who goes on and tells you this shit is legitimate is committing a crime. They think because they're way out there and we're over here that they're beyond the jurisdiction of wire fraud?
If you've done 28 clicks (with over 950 to go), it will say you made -- 28 times 10 -- 280 dollars right? Well a big banner then appears over the screen that has your screen name and a statement that says "I just made 280 dollars!"
People keep using 10 dollar click until they get to 20, 40, 60 thousand dollars! And THEIR banners sell the company on everyone else.
You think it's like some kind of wonderfully kept secret...like the working world would fall apart if people knew they could make money this way. Maaaaaan.
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