I just read up a bit about them. They pay you $2 a month for collecting the numbers of 20 licence plates in your vicinity, then it works like a pyramid sles things where you sign up other people to do the same thing so you can build, but of course if no-one else wants to do it, you are still left earning $2 a month? Is that correct?
That is right IzzyM, however many will join with you once you join in, just in one month I have had hundreds of hits and over a dozen have joined thus far. It''s not a scheme.
I make $2 for every 20 tags I enter into the data base which can be done in less than a hour. once a month, When they get 20 that do the same I make $20, when they duplicate that again it I make $200, again $2,000, again, I make $20,000, again I make $200,000, etc. Also everyone who does this will be able to make the same or more depending on their efforts on spreading the news, which is easy since there are nearly 7 billion (7,000,000,000) people on the planet. My guess is that since this is free and I'm in it for the long haul, if I can get (this is realistic to me) just 1,000 people with me in one year, I'm fine with that. That alone would make me tens of thousands each and every month. I'M ALL FOR THAT and it didn't cost me a dime.
Over all my purpose is not to just think about how much money it is to be made (however with many people working with you it will be very profitable) but how many lives could possibly saved, stolen cars can be located, and such. it's a great idea that will be around for a very, very, long time and I'm glad to be apart of the solution. I think it's genius.
It is not a scheme since the work is very beneficial for the betterment of our neighborhoods. Since many will join, many more lives can be saved and criminals can be put away in addition if your car gets stolen it's more than likely to be found with this kind of network in your area.
It's about time someone did this.
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