We take our first look at “Free for Seniors,” a book and e-book being sold through various outlets. The quick version: I wouldn’t buy it. The longer version: I would not buy it even if I were a senior.
It started last week. My phone rang and an unfamiliar number flashed up on screen. It was (949) 540-0781. I ignored, but they called back again. And again. And again. Finally, I was fed up and I answered. Big mistake.
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Get paid to take pictures. Is it really that easy? Of course not, but the following list of sites will help you get started with selling your photography and turn your hobby into an extra bit of side cash.
Normal people like you and me won’t get grants for daily living. There is no such thing as free money. And above all, stay away from the “Grant Every Day” CD.
We received a tip about TextBroker.com on our freelance writing jobs directory page. Halina, who had signed up for TextBroker after reading the comment, has offered to share her experiences since joining the program.
Are you a baby boomer looking to retire in the next couple of years? Before you turn to the Internet to supplement your income, read these warnings first.
At the post office, they would be detected as fakes and the person who cashed them at the bank arrested. I heard the guy in this case was arrested. He tried to make contact with his ‘beloved’ but it was too late. The scammer scrapped his e-mail address, bought a Mercedes and took friends out for drinks to celebrate his success.