I've Tried That » Archive for July 2007

July Contest Announcements

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Entries for the July Contest have officially been closed. We have the list of top commentators for the month of July and will be giving them each a number between 1-10. Tomorrow morning I’ll write the ten numbers on pieces of paper and will have someone else draw two numbers from a hat. Good luck! […]

I Was Scammed by workathometop10.com

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A Pox on both your servers! Yesterday I wrote about work-at-home web sites to avoid because they explicitly tell you they’ve weeded out all the scams to bring you legitimate jobs and “work from home businesses.” They then try to sell you an ebook or paid memberships to things like data entry scams we’ve been […]

Web sites to avoid

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I’ve written before about how you can recognize hook ads on Craigslist and other job directories. A hook ad is one that pretends to be offering a job, but is actually selling you something like a paid membership or an ebook. Once you have the basics down, you can recognize these ads in a matter […]

Around the Web and Week in Review: July 22nd-28th

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Week in Review Joe finally gets a response to his burning question of whether or not the Freemoneyforumla toolbar contains spyware. I’m going to make you hang on to the edge of your seat for now because I won’t reveal the answer here. Dame Ramsey’s Financial Peace University review finally comes to a conclusion. The […]

Is Agloco Another Get Paid to Surf Scam?

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There has been a lot of interest generated in Agloco since it’s inception almost a year ago. In just a few short months, they have managed to establish a strong user base consisting of millions of members. Their premise is straightforward: install a viewbar for advertisements, surf the web, get paid. But just how simple […]

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