Internet Money Making~~~Hope or Hype
November 7, 2007 9:33pm CST
I was sitting here wondering if you can really make a living from income earned off the internet. I have visited tons of sites, and noticed that almost everything costs a small fortune when it comes to earning from home. You pay for the information, you pay monthly access fees to some sites, then after you pay, you have to pay out some more for software, or for "additional" info.. Has anyone truely had success with working from home on the internet or is it all a bunch of hoopla? Been scammed or got your moneys' worth? Lets hear it.
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8 Nov 07
Hi Jeanrenea.. Hearty welcome to mylot Fratenity.. Only persistance pays.. It needs a lot of hard work.. Everyday you definitely will learn a lot. Just check your friends profile, blogs you see..and analyse from it the true nature of the site. My tiny bit of advice.. Dont pay for any site that asks for anm upfront.. and dont believe in a site that promises a lot.. But one thing i can say.. You can EARN ONLINE ALL FOR FREE, WITHOUT SPENDING A BUCK.. If you are really interested, just take look at my blog, which i have linked in the profile. Happy mylotting.. Take care..
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8 Nov 07
I agree that you should never have to pay upfront. If you have to. its probably a scam..and I am about to go check your blog. Also, I am not trying to get rich quick. I just want to make a couple extra bucks. Thanks for the info.
9 Nov 07
I wouldn't necessarily say I've been scammed but I've certainly wasted a lot of money over the past three years on programs that really were very unlikely to work. I guess at the end of the day it was my own fault because I didn't really look into them properly before I signed up. Of course the trouble with a lot of the programs around is that you don't really get the chance to find out much about them until you join! Nowadays I only promote one business because it's the only one I've found that I've made decent money from plus my total financial investment in it over the past year I've been a member has been $35 and $30 of that expenditure was my own choice. I didn't have to spend that extra. I don't make a full time income from it but I do ok. So for that one I've certainly got more than my moneys worth. The banner is on my profile. There's also a Yuwie banner on there but I wouldn't recommend that one as a money making opportunity. It's good just as a social networking site though. I guess the thing is to do some research on anything before you sign up to it. Also take everything that people say about earnings with a pinch of salt. If they're trying to get you to sign up for something of course they will say they are earning thousands of dollars a week.