Make 1500$ Online In First Week
Scams and fake get rich quick schemes are escalating on the internet over the past two decades. The fake work from home concept is not new to the experienced internet marketers but might be a genuine concept for those who just joined the online community for the first time after finished their college/school exams.
In those fresh groups, some are intellectual enough to identify the real offers and many are still oblivious to such fake work at home part time jobs. We can’t blame on newbies as they’re new to the internet jobs. As a matter of fact, I was in the same boat too in the past.
Anyway, I am about to show you few fake sites that might target you by some form of ads in future. Don’t you want to know who they’re! Get it here.
Noticing Same Site In Many Forms
But what really surprised me is that there are multiple supercharged websites under many forms floating around on the internet in recent times offering “Free to make money online”.
Also I am still noticing thousands of affiliate links all over the internet posted by its affiliates in blog comments, forum posting and comments under YouTube videos, and it doesn’t stop there, these fake sites also coming under many different forms of “Get paid to click or get paid to refer program”.
This is not my first incident to see these types of fraud websites on the internet, of course, there are innumerable fake sites still around.
Yet I want my dear fellows stop promoting such fake sites online, so I decided to bring the nature of those sites in this post so you can take a safety measure before getting killed.
Newbie Is The Victim Of Free Job Offer
There was one reason which compelled me to write this post because newcomers always getting banged repeatedly by fake sites in spite of warning them that all job offers are scams.
Very sadly, those who have already joined still promoting online assuming they will get paid for the referrals and for the hard work they do. Understand, very clearly how internet world operates before promoting or registering with any job-based sites.
There are no legit websites on the internet that would pay you if the condition was not met. On the contrary, some fake sites suck your blood till the last but never pay.
Alright, enough beating around the bush…let’s get to the point
The Scam sites are as follows, operated by one idiot:-
You might find these fake sites all over the internet by direct ads or by its affiliates. According to me, there are so many people promoting these fake sites hoping one day they’ll receive the money for the hard work. Unfortunately, it’s not the case.
The above-listed sites are utter scams. I am 100% confident that these sites will fade away but will come in different domain names in coming days. I presume there could be a one person behind this scam, also the name of the website is repeatedly getting changed.
At first these sites generally invite people to sign up with a bonus of $25 along with the big claim like “Dummy can earn $1500 in the first week guaranteed.
After seeing the statement on the websites, the normal folks assume that it is possible to earn money like as its claims, however, it is not. Since the program type is free to register, many people mostly fall prey to such schemes.
I have noticed lots of comments along with affiliate links in the YouTube comment section, also blasting free ads all over the internet. It’s really upsetting me seeing innocent people getting scammed again and again.
Though I’ve replied to many members stating that it’s a scam. Hmm…but seems like not many listening to my word!
- Don’t forget to read this related post – Payripo.Com Scam – Make $1000 In Just One Week-Review
25$ Signup Bonus – 1500$ Is Fake
Look, guys, you will never be able to make $1000 in just one week nor do these fake sites pay you simply because you had invited few affiliates to the sites! There are so many professional bloggers still struggling to make five figure incomes online.
In my opinion, the online job is similar to an offline job. The scam sites, in general, claim big payout and referral commissions, but what you don’t know is that they take your email id and sell it to the advertising companies.
What will happen next!!!
You’ll start to get lots of spam promotional emails with some affiliate products linked to it. I know it’s hard to believe if you’re a newbie to the internet but let’s face the reality of it.
Don’t ever waste your time with some bogus sites thinking you’ll make thousands of dollars in just one week or in a month.
It’s all spam techniques and get rich quick schemes sites. I’ve already written a simple review about one of its sites so I advise you to read the post, and I am sure that will help you to make a good decision. Always stay safe and don’t forget to wear a helmet. Cheers!!!