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Invest money or spend it? What to do?
I just received about 50$ in my PayPal account, and now I do not know what to do. Spend it on e-bay or invest in some online program to earn more? If you know some great site to invest please let me know...
First of all, congrates! Depending on what you need is what you should, Buying or invest in online program is a strictly NO! Why? All of them are scam. Trust me.
A quick one, I did invest in some site got and serious with it. Invested USD 50 and within 1 month, I got myself USD 350. I felt something was a mist on the second month and I redraw my money. Thankfully, I got it but within 3 weeks later, the site went scam and shut down.
So, don't ever play with such sites or programs. Not worth it.
How about get yourself a treat for the hard work? Or spend it with your love ones.
Spend it and buy yourself a nice present! Investing money I would do when you have a little more:-)
Congrats on your $50. Unless there is something you really need, you should use the money to pay down any debts you have. If all your debts are paid off, then you should invest it.
I wouldn't spend it on learning more about earning more, mostly because I think you can get that information for free online and through the library.
Put the money in a savings account where you can earn some interest until you get your next $50. These chunks will add up to big money.
We should invest a part of money and also spend another part of money. Just spending or just investing is not useful for the economy.
I am not a technology master therefor I don't know any sites like the ones you need right now, but I believe that investing your money until they are multiplied and gine you a bigger credit to do your shoping as well is needed here. Good luck!
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