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?
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?
Would you like to earn $500 per day working from home? Of course you would. Who wouldn’t? That’s what Home Wealth Remedy is promising, and they say that if you sign up with them, you’ll get a “guaranteed home job” that will allow you to earn $87 per hour.
That sounded interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what Home Wealth Remedy is about. Is the program worthwhile, or is Home Wealth Remedy 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?
Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past seven or eight years, you’ve probably heard of Bitcoin. It’s a digital currency that only exists online. There are no actual “coins” with Bitcoin; it’s virtual currency that’s created through the process of “mining,” which involves many computers working on complex mathematical equations.
Bitcoin4u says you can become a Bitcoin millionaire in a short time using their system, and it only costs a relatively small amount of money (about $25 as I write this). I’ve had a passing interest in alt-currencies for a while, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what Bitcoin4u is all about. Is Bitcoin4u 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?
Price: Free to join; $500 minimum to particpate
How would you like to earn thousands of dollars per day? How would you like to do that with other people doing most of the work for you? Of course you would, and that’s what the Cash Tracking System says they can provide. With the Cash Tracking System, you can sign up for free, and then, they say, earn up to $10,500 at a time.
Not only that, but once you get just two people to sign up under you, you’ll be making that money pretty much on autopilot, with people wanting to pay you money contacting you about it. That sounded interesting, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what the Cash Tracking System is all about. Is Cash Tracking System a scam?
It’s one thing to work hard to earn money, but it’s even better if someone hands it to you. That’s why millions of people play the lottery every day in the United States. Of course, winning the lottery isn’t something you can plan to do; it’s all luck.
Or is it? The author of Lotto Destroyer says that it’s not luck, and if you use their system to determine which numbers you should be playing, you’ll likely win quite a bit more than you have been. That sounded interesting, and I enjoy a bit of gambling every now and again, so I thought I’d take a closer look and see what Lotto Destroyer is all about. Is Lotto Destroyer a scam?
I’m always interested in sites that promise to pay people for doing little or no work. Not because I want to make money that way, but because they seem to attract a lot of attention and it’s sites that attract a lot of attention that I enjoy writing about.
I recently wrote about a site called Duty On Time, and that review got a lot of views. That site has a sister site called My Early Cash, and they’re also offering a guarantee that you’ll earn $1500 in your first week for doing 5-10 minutes of work. That’s easy money, assuming, of course, that they’ll pay you. So what does My Early Cash require you to do to earn all that money? It must be pretty amazing, right? Or is My Early Cash a scam?