Why do so many sites ask you to PAY them to start making money through them?
April 20, 2008 2:58am CST
I really don't get why anyone should have to PAY a website to start making money through it! I mean it's not like it's an honourary service or anything! The website's going to make a percentage of it's profits too! I believe that the website uses the heavy initial payment as an incentive to make the freshly registered individual work harder. Most of us realize that the site's a scam only after we register for it. However, by charging an initial amount, these websites tempt us to recruit other innocent individuals and get them trapped in the circle just so that we can recover the money we lost by signing up in the first place. The website keeps gaining as people struggle to either break even or make money by scamming others. I would never want to sign up for anything that charged me to make money with them on a profit sharing basis. If the site was truly authentic, then they would not need to charge anyone a cent. The write a 5000 word essay on how their system works so perfectly! Why then don't they deduct that initial payment from the first money we make through their so called "perfect" system? Is it that the system itself is fake and the site doesn't believe in it itself? I guess mankind will always make things harder for himself due to greed and a complete lack of ethics and humanity.
20 Apr 08
The money you pay them is like an investment, for example you invest in a company and you take a your share of the profit. Plus when you give money they know you are serius and will not leave their website - they have your money. Most of those sites are scammers like those money "loopholes". They can also take money from alot of members and then shut down the site and run with the money or they could let you earn some, you put in 5 bucks you earned a dollar then you don't earn more and they say you can only withdraw money after you've earned 10. Waste of time, only some make it on the make-easy-money-online biz.