And it was such a generous offer, too. Waaay more than their scam fee. See their reply, then Richard’s counter offer below it. Dear Richard, We thank you for your interest shown in our program Dataentrybusiness. We accept onetime joining fee of $49.95 upfront. This fee ensures that we maintain the quality of our workforce […]

Dear Dataentrybusiness.com, I was so excited to find your website! Thankyou thankyou thankyou! It’s a beautiful thing your doing, showing pipple how to make money so they can live our dreams. I can’t wait to get started but I don’t got $50. Would you take $15 plus 20 percent of what I earn my first […]

Want to get regular scambusting updates? Sign up for e-mail or RSS updates. Another one bites the dust. I keep hoping for a legitimate data entry job, but this one is not it. Dataentrybusiness.com cannot possibly fulfill its promises. It’s heavily promoted by top-paying-online-jobs.com, which should be ashamed of itself. It won’t, of course, because […]

Want to get regular scambusting updates? Sign up for e-mail or RSS updates. Hmm…a philosophical question: do I review the program itself, or the website that promotes (and presumably profits from) the program? I’ll go for a minimalist approach and let you draw your own conclusions, except when I draw them for you with such […]

If you know me from any of my previous sites, you’ll know that I’m a huge advocate of SurveySavvy. Online survey “companies” are a dime a dozen these days, but SurveySavvy is one of the few companies that will actually pay you to take online surveys. Make Money with Online Surveys From my experience, SurveySavvy […]

This post is the next in a series of “How To” posts to help you find and keep legitimate work-at-home jobs. Unlike other sites, we’re not going to sell you an outdated employer list or an e-book about working at home. You’ll find no Satisfaction Guaranteed! links or pitches here. Just tried and true advice […]

I’ve tried it five times, in fact. Yes, count them: five! The oldest is 15 (going on 18), and the youngest, who I’ve mentioned before, is almost two. I don’t think I’m very good at fatherhood. At least not the part that comes after the child is born. And the part before that, you don’t […]

Financial Peace University’s promotional website claims that its participants have on average saved $2700 and paid off $5300 in debt by the end of the 3-month course. Having nothing to lose (except money, and I lose that all the time), I paid my $90 to enroll in Financial Peace University and will tell you all […]