How would you like to earn $379 per day? Of course you would; you’re likely earning a lot less than that right now. The Simple Financial Success Website says that you can do that with their system, and all you have to do to get started is to see if there are any jobs “in your area.”
I went ahead and checked it out and much to my surprise, they said they had 9 positions in my area, and that they could offer me a “certified, proven, and guaranteed” home based business job that would let me earn $379 per day.
Great. So what’s Simple Financial Success all about? Is it a scam?
Read on for the full Simple Financial Success review.
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.
How would you like to earn $1200 per day, every day? Of course you would. Who wouldn’t? What if you could do that with a Website that takes less than a minute to build? That would seem pretty exciting, no? That’s what they’re promising if you sign up for the Affiliate Millionaire Club.
The Affiliate Millionaire Club is a moneymaking system that lets you earn money through affiliate marketing, and their system allows you to create Websites to promote products for which you can earn a commission. All of that sounds interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what Affiliate Millionaire Club is all about. Is Affiliate Millionaire Club a scam, or is it the real deal?
Read on for the full Affiliate Millionaire Club review.
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?
I write a lot of product reviews here on my site. It’s not all I do, but there are tens of thousands of products in the make money online niche and people are interested in knowing if they’re any good before they spend their money on them. I don’t blame them; most of the products in this niche are scams of some sort, or they’re selling rehashed information that might have worked ten years ago but won’t help you make money now.
I go to a lot of trouble to make sure that my product reviews are accurate, and I rarely review a product for which I don’t have access to it. I want to see what it’s about before I tell my readers what they might be getting into. My traffic stats show that it’s the reviews that bring most of the visitors to my site. Funny thing though – my email suggests that a lot of these people aren’t reading the reviews at all.
I get a lot of questions about making money online. Often, people will ask me about specific products. “Will this product allow me to make money?” I say no. “How about this one?” I say, “I reviewed that, and it’s not a good product.” “Is this one any better? I need to make money!”
Questions like these are common, but they’re also the wrong questions. A lot of people see ads for products in the make money niche that claim they’ll make it easy for you to earn $100, $500 or even $1000 per day. Often they’re sold with claims of “push-button ease,” “autopilot profits,” or “make money while you sleep.” Some of these products are actually capable of helping you make money, but if you’re new, you’re destined to fail, even with the good ones. Why?
How would you like to earn $10,000 per day? How would you like to turn one dollar into $532,491? That’s what Michael Wright says you can do with his Zulander Hack system. He says it’s easy to do, doesn’t require a lot of money, and has “nothing to do with binary options.”
OK, that sounds interesting, and Zulander Hack is certainly talking about a lot of money. Is there really something to it? Is Zulander Hack a scam, or is it the real deal? I decided to find out and take a closer look to see what’s going on.
Anytime someone publishes a book about how to make money online without doing a lot of work, it sells well, because people are always interested in easy money. What about making money with no work at all? That’s pretty appealing, too, and that’s the idea behind Lotto Crusher, a book that says it will show you a system for making money via the lottery.
The site has glowing testimonials about how people have won the lottery more than once in a relatively short period of time, winning $5000, $22,000, and even a whopping $1,242,000. They say the formula is easy to use and accurate, so I thought I’d take a closer look. Lotto Crusher is sort of outside the area of books I usually review, but this one sounded interesting, so I gave it a read. Is Lotto Crusher a scam, or is it actually useful?