I don’t know about you, but I, like most people, regard $1225 per week or $7000 per month as a fair amount of money. That’s especially true if you were only working about 10 minutes per day to earn that money. That’s how much time it will spend to increase your account balance at News Person, and the site says you can easily earn those amounts by doing relatively little work.
The work, they say, involves reading news articles, and that sounds easy, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what’s going on at the site. Can you really make $1225 per week reading news articles, or is News Person a scam?
According to the Duty Kid Website, many of their members are earning $300 per day and upwards of $5000 per month. I’ve also seen that posted around the Web, so a lot of people must think that there’s money to be made with this site.
On the other hand, there’s little information on the home page itself, aside from a stretched and out-of-proportion photo of a young woman and the phrase, “Start Earning from Home Today!” OK, so what is Duty Kid all about? I decided to sign up and see what’s going on there.
Can you really make $5000 per month with Duty Kid? Doing what? Is Duty Kid a scam?
How does $1500 per week sound? How does earning $1500 per week without doing much work sound? Even better? That’s what Poke Lazy is promising, and they’re saying you can make easy money and join their site for free.
There’s no shortage of people who are interested in making money without doing much work, and people all over social media are saying that they’re making fat bank with Poke Lazy, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what the site is all about. Is Poke Lazy a scam, or can you really make money with it?
How would you like to earn $1500 per week for doing almost no work? That’s what My Pay Pot claims you can earn at their site. Not only that, but you get $25 added to your account just for signing up. What’s it all about? The site claims that they’re basically paying you to advertise and that they’ll make money from the people you send to the site.
Sounds interesting, so I thought I’d have a look and see what My Pay Pot is about. Is My Pay Pot a scam, or can you really make money with it? Read on for the full My Pay Pot review.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned from using the Internet, it’s that people like giving their opinions. That can be good or bad, but people like to tell people what they think. In the marketing world, that’s a good thing, as companies like to know what the public thinks about their products.
For that, they take surveys, and they use that information to improve their product. Most of the time, people are happy to give their opinions for free, but Part Survey, a relatively new Website, says they’ll pay you $14 every time you answer a few questions about a video that you can watch on the site. They say you can earn up to $1500 per week, just for completing their surveys.
That sounded interesting, and I haven’t reviewed a site like that in a while. Is Part Survey a scam, or can you really make money this way?
Well, if you’re going to name your product The Huge Pay, you’d better be promising….well, huge pay, right? I don’t know that they’re promising that; their home page says you can earn $90 per day. Still, $90 per day is a fair amount of money, if not a huge one, and if you earn that every day of the year, you’ll be taking in more than $32,000 annually.
That is a lot of money for simply sharing a link, so if that’s all there is to it, I thought I should check it out and see if you can really earn that kind of money. Is The Huge Pay a scam, or is it the real deal?
Site: www.trendyrock.com Price: Free Rating: zero stars
I’d rather not spend all of my time reviewing sites like Trendy Rock, but sites like Trendy Rock are all anyone seems to talk about these days. That’s because a lot of people are drawn to promises of making a lot of money without having to do much work. Truth be told, I’d find that appealing, too, so in order to save my readers the trouble of finding out what Trendy Rock is all about, I decided to sign up myself.
Trendy Rock says you can earn $300 per day and $5000 per month by doing a fairly simple task – sharing the link that they provide. That sounds interesting, so I thought I’d sign up and see what it’s about. Is Trendy Rock a scam?
People are always interested in making money online, and most people want to make money as quickly as possible. That makes sense; if you’re going to make money, why not make it right now? That’s what Pay in Night is promising, and they say that you can earn $500 today and that they’ll guarantee that you’ll earn $1500 your first week.
Even better – Pay in Night says that their system lets you earn this money with just a simple task that takes 5-10 minutes to perform. That sounded interesting, so I went to the Pay in Night site and signed up to see what it’s all about. Is Pay in Night a scam?
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.