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- Data entry jobs: Stay Away from Dataentrybusiness.com—This review has saved lots of people $50. Will you be one of them?
- Data Entry Jobs: Fusion Cash Review—Same pig, different lipstick. Don’t sign up for anything that has “data entry” in the title.
- Is InboxDollars a Scam? Can you get paid to read emails?—Probably not. Some people do, but Inbox Dollars is known for cancelling accounts for no reason just as the minimum payout is reached.
- SurveyLot.com (and MySurvey.com): $1000 per week taking surveys?—Not in this lifetime.
- Is Agloco Another Get Paid to Surf Scam?—We have high hopes, but the program has yet to pay out.
- SaveOnGasCards.com Does Not Deliver (also tryitforgas.com and CP Deals)—Sadly, there’s no such thing as a free tank of gas.
- Project Payday Review: Complete one free sponsor offer to access this review—They don’t mean your Payday, silly!
- Don’t get scammed again: Free product and program reviews? Hardly—Is Mark Hodges the most obnoxious online presence (now that Rich Jerk has gone down in flames)? Steve thinks so.
- Cashcrate.com Review: It’s a really small crate.—You won’t get rich, but Cashcrate.com is less objectionable than some other programs like it.
- Googlepack Review—Free, high-quality software. Does it get any better on a family-friendly site?
- Snoskred on Fake Checks Scam—Scambaiter extraordinaire Snoskred guest posted on I’ve Tried That. Learn all about fake check scams and avoid the traps.
- Fake Checks from Surveylot.com—They’re not really from Surveylot.com, but lots of fake checks are surfacing.
- A Money-saving No Brainer: Entertainment Books—Free money? Yes, please.
- John Chow’s eBook—The Holy Chow gives away for free what other, lesser-known people are charging for: an ebook about how to make money with your website or blog.