I’ve learned a couple of things in my time running this site. One of them is that lots of people want to make money online. Another is that lots of people want to make money online by doing as little work as possible. If you are in the second group, then you may have already heard about a site called My Cash Duty.
My Cash Duty says it is the easiest way to earn money online. All you have to do, they say, is sign up and perform a task that takes just 30 seconds. After that, they say, they will pay you $10. That sounds interesting, so I thought I would take a closer look, sign up, and see what My Cash Duty is all about. Is My Cash Duty a scam, or can you really make money with it?
I’ve been giving a lot of zero star ratings lately. I guess that’s because those sorts of products are pretty common and they’re more fun to write about than the average, run-of-the-mill product that kind of works, but not really. In this case, we’re going to talk about a site called Duty On Time.
Duty On Time says you are guaranteed to earn $1500 in your first week by doing five to ten minutes worth of work. That’s certainly interesting, and I’m all for doing little work while earning a lot of money. I mean, who wouldn’t be? So I decided to sign up and see what Duty On Time is all about. Is Duty On Time a scam? Of course it is, but I’ll write about it at length anyway.
Site: www.quantumincomemachine.com Price: Free to join (plus $250 to use) Rating: (zero stars)
Want to make a million dollars? Of course you do. Who wouldn’t. The problem is that making a million dollars requires having money to start with, as well as some sort of system for making money. Most people don’t have either, and that’s why we spend our days working at jobs we don’t like all that much.
Julia Burke, the spokesperson for Quantum Income Machine, says it’s really easy using her system. In fact, she says that if you sign up for Quantum Income Machine, you can earn a million dollars in just 90 days, and it all happens automatically. That’s pretty impressive, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what the system is all about. Is Quantum Income Machine a scam?
Read on for the full Quantum Income Machine review.
Site: www.obcasio.co Price: Free to sign up (deposit required to use)Rating: (zero stars)
There’s no shortage of people who want to make money, and there’s also no shortage of people who want to make money without doing any work. Obcasio founder Michael Watson says that you can do just that using his specialized software. In fact, you’ll be able to earn $2000 per day, automatically, he says.
It gets even better. According to the video on the Obcasio site, Michael turned 100 people into millionaires last year, and he intends to do so again by giving away his automatic moneymaking software to 100 people. I lucked out; the site said there were only 12 spaces available when I signed up. What did I find out when I joined? Is Obcasio a scam?
Site: www.startofnews.com Price: Free to join Rating: (zero stars)
I’ve reviewed a lot of products in the make money online niche, but few of my reviews get the attention that my reviews of paid news sites do. There are a lot of them out there, and they all promise the same thing – to pay you a lot of money for reading news articles. Start of News is the most recent, but there are others, such as Fifty News and News Prof and countless others.
Start of News is no different from the others; the site claims that you can sign up for free and earn up to $10,000 per month reading news articles. Not only that, but you can earn even more if you refer friends and family members to the site using the affiliate link that they provide. Ten thousand dollars a month for reading news articles sounds impressive, so I thought I’d give Start of News a look. Is Start of News a scam, or is it the real deal?
This might be the easiest review I’ll ever write. The real trick is to see if I can manage to write 1000 words about it, which is about the length I target when writing reviews. I’ve been told about a product called Dollar Cell, and the Website says that it’s about “Earning from home, made easy!”
Well, I’m all about earning from home and I’m as interested in easy as the next person, so I thought I’d see what was up. Even better – Dollar Cell says they’ll guarantee that you earn $1500 your first week. Oh, and it’s free to join, too, making it a no-brainer to sign up. So I did, and in this Dollar Cell, I’ll tell you what it’s all about and what you’ll be doing to earn that $1500 per week.
Is Dollar Cell a scam? Read on for the full Dollar Cell review.
When you first visit the Millionaire Biz Pro Website, you’ll see a video where Megan Elizabeth of Erie, PA, tells us that she earned $1179.17, and a few moments later, someone else, whose name is also shown as being Megan Elizabeth of Erie, PA, tells us that she earns $5000 per week from Millionaire Biz Pro.
What do these two people named Megan Elizabeth, who both apparently live in the same town, know about Millionaire Biz Pro that we don’t? I had to find out. The video went on for about 8 minutes, and lots of people talked about how much money they’re making with this system. Great! Let’s find out more. So I looked a little more to see what it’s all about. Is Millionaire Biz Pro a scam?
Site:yes.clickfunnels.com/100k Price: $49 (plus thousands in upsells) Rating: (zero stars)
If you’ve been in the Internet marketing business for a while, you’ll eventually end up on a lot of mailing lists. I try to stay on the useful ones, and unsubscribe from the ones that peddle junk or offer no value. Today, I received a message from a usually helpful list about a product called the Millionaires Challenge System.
“If you’re sick of the ups and downs in your business and really want to create a solid, predictable income flow online, watch this…” I went ahead and clicked on the link and was taken to the Millionaires Challenge System page, where Shaquir Hussyin told me that he’d show me his system for earning $100,332.86 per month. That’s certainly interesting, and I generally trust the sender of the message. So what’s it about? Is Millionaires Challenge System a scam?
Read on for the full Millionaires Challenge System review.
Site:www.coffeeshoplifestyle.org Price: $49 (plus major upsells)Rating: (zero stars)
I spend a lot of time here and there on the Internet, looking for popular moneymaking products so that I can review them. Some of them are interesting and some are not. Most make outlandish claims of making money that just don’t hold up to scrutiny. Of course, those are often the most fun products to review.
The latest weird one I’ve come across is called Coffee Shop Lifestyle. I’m not sure what they name is really about, as the site doesn’t make that clear. They do make it clear that you’ll be able to earn a lot of money without having to do much work, and that it’s really easy. Great! I’m just as interested in easy money as anyone else, so I decided to take a closer look. Is Coffee Shop Lifestyle a scam?
Read on for the full Coffee Shop Lifestyle review.
This is a somewhat difficult review to write, as I’ll freely admit that I do not have access to the product I’m reviewing. That’s usually not the case, but in the case of the Facebook Cash Code, a bit of digging has made it obvious that you’re not going to benefit from buying it, so I don’t see any reason to pay for it only to come to that conclusion, anyway.
Facebook Cash Code is a program that says they’re going to show you how you can use Facebook to earn $397 per day for doing about an hour of work. That’s intriguing, and worth checking out, so I did just that. Is Facebook Cash Code a scam? Read on for the full Facebook Cash Code review.