The only reason these scams continue is because they work—to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars. And did you know some version of this scam been around since the 1920s? (Source: Snopes.com) So keep those synapses fired up. It’s the best way to prevent yourself from becoming a victim.
One of the easiest ways to earn a few dollars and build a passive, recurring income online is through freelance writing. Check the following list for some of the best paying companies to write for.
If you’re serious about making money online, running a website is your answer. Blogging is incredibly easy to do, anyone can become a blogger, and making money with a blog is relatively simple. Will you become rich just by owning a blog? Probably not. But, you could make over four-figures a month with enough dedication and hard-work.
Data Entry jobs are arguably some of the most controversial jobs we’ve reviewed thus far. It’s safe to say that nearly all of them are scams, but here is a compiled list of legitimate jobs. Be warned: it’s short.
Paid surveys are a very popular way to make a little extra money online. The following sites provide surveys by market research companies. These companies value the opinion of consumers and thus are willing to compensate you for time spent giving feedback on different surveys.
A recent comment was posted outlining another success story. Getting your money back from a rebate processing scam or Angela Penbrook specifically is a bit of a challenge. Use the advice below to learn how to get back any money you sunk into a “rebate processing job.”
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At this point BANS is not for the Noob who has no experience with script, HTML, uploading, SEO, and everything that goes with marketing on the internet. If you are so new that your not understanding how to do the basics would cause you to ask a question on the BANS forum, then you should think about saving your money to try another venture.