We ran our own little scambait here at I’ve Tried That. But it’s nothing compared to the real pros. Come find out where you can hear about the mother of all scambaits.

Our goal here at I’ve Tried That is to warn you about scams before they hook you. The idea is that people who are about to buy “Secrets to Making a Million Dollars Without Work” will pause before hitting “buy now.” During that pause they’ll do some research and find out the truth.

So I—and almost everybody else in the country, finally—am looking for ways to improve my gas mileage. There are lots of tips in the news lately: keep your tires properly inflated, get a tuneup, brake and accelerate slowly. You know the routine.

We’re still believers in Craig’s List, but you have to be just as much on your guard there as anywhere else. Be smart and cautious; there are telecommuting jobs to be found online. But as you know, it’s also easy to step in bear traps while you’re looking.

Don’t cash checks from Al Snyder. It’s a scam and you’ll be left holding the bag. A ship has come in, but it’s full of rats and holes. Don’t get on it. Sink it!

Here are a few lists of ways to make money online. This is going to be the biggest, most comprehensive list I’ve created yet. I’ll continually update and add to this directory as I come across more legitimate opportunities of making money online.