Has anyone recieved an email $17 to $73 IN 9 minutes? It's from Angela Christia

United States
May 21, 2008 11:59am CST
She says processing things from companies we can make money daily. Also, saying that she can only take 125 people at one time. It cost $197. Or something like that. I do surveys and get small amounts of money here and there. I am always on the look out for something to make more. I am leary of this and don't want to pay to make money. I am however aware that sometimes to have to put out some to make some. Can anyone help me on this one? Thank you everyone that replies!
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9 responses
@nupats (3564)
• India
22 May 08
i keep getting loads of such mails..pls b careful...i have lost quite some money on net jobs on payments they r fraud....so my advice chuck it off.....b safe
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@athinapie (1152)
• Philippines
22 May 08
I agree with you... we should all be careful.
• United States
22 May 08
I agree too. I also have paid for things and they have not turned out to work, at least not for me. The credit card machine thing for companies. I paid alot to get into that one. Supposedly in one year if not satisfied I can get my money back. I will see in about 4 more months. Thank you for replying.
@nupats (3564)
• India
22 May 08
i wish u all happy net surfing and blogging...pls b safe to avoid cyber crime...i have an article on cyber crime (when my hubby was doing his Cyber Law course) an intresting case study u can chk that out as well...
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• India
22 May 08
Bang on!! Here you go.. I'm one of her customers. The company is called 'Process at home' and her website that you can check is processathome.com. I paid $197 for it on 14th May and I got the material. It's a good secret that she has to make money!! But what I dint like is that you pay $197, to join a free account that you could have done even without her package. Add me as your friend and pass on your email ID, I'll send you a link to her secret and you can start working from home using the free account. I can also pass on the material that I bought to you. Then, you might want to buy her package too.. because her support team is good and she has composed her lessons well too. Her name is Angel and I like her content. I'm not against her!
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• United States
31 May 08
Oh my thank you so much. I do have to apologise for being so long getting back to you. My grandson got lots of viruses on my computer and I ahd to take it to get fixed. It shut down on me completely. I've been back a few days and just now came across your reply. I will do as you request. Thanks again.
• United States
1 Jun 08
I added you as a friend and waiting for you to accept. My email is Shahla5017@yahoo.com I was looking for a way to send it to you and saw none. Thank you again and I'd love any info you can help me with. If you get anything for referrals I will use you.
• United States
22 May 08
Don't do it, delete it! That type of site or email is a scam. You are better off taking the $197 and giving it to the red cross or something like that. You do not need to spend money to make money. If these people have so much faith in the system they why can they not take the fees out of the money that you make. It is just a big rip off. - Reverend James, FL. USA -
• United States
22 May 08
upps, too late. But I will probably get another one since they have my name. I did fill out their form. I just did not give them any money when they told me how much. I will next time I get one like it. Thank you cyber.
• United States
22 May 08
Oh thank God. I get so mad when I hear about people getting ripped off by emails like this. I don't fall for them but I do know that some people do.
@billyoo (17)
22 May 08
Do not hand over any money without really doing your research, check messageboards to see if there is any negative feedback. People that are legit do not say we can only take so many people and that fee is every big and i do not want you to get scammed. Like i said do some research beforehand and yes i can understand that sometimes you need to spend to make but if a company is looking to take on people to process things for them they do not charge people to do this they pay you.
• United States
22 May 08
It was for doing something for alot of other companies. But I didn't like that I had to make a decision right then. I took a chance and ran right to you all and asked what you thought. I needed feed back from people in the know. And you all are the ones I trust. Thanks alot.
@zabawaus (1733)
• United States
21 May 08
I am receiving bunch of similar e mails do not even makepayments they are %100 sams and will take your money and you will never hear from them again ever. And there is also possibilty that they can find an access to your personal informations which would be a disaster. Be careful!!!!
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• United States
21 May 08
Thank you so much for your kind reply. I will as always be wary of these things. I do forget that these people can get personal info. Thank you again.
• China
22 May 08
really?
• United States
22 May 08
I don't understand...But thank you for replying.
@athinapie (1152)
• Philippines
22 May 08
hi there! I don't know... and honestly, it sounds kinda fishy. Maybe it is another scam. It's quite impossible for somebody to give that big amount of money in just a short time.
• United States
22 May 08
This is just how I felt. Thank you for your reply.
@grnbne (13)
• United States
22 May 08
I believe this is a scam. Do NOT pay for this.
• United States
22 May 08
Thank you for your reply. I deleted the email.
@dodoguy (1297)
• Australia
22 May 08
Hi moondancer, Here's an absolute rule about earning money from the Internet - NEVER EVER pay anyone for an "opportunity" to make money. Anyone who tells you that you have to pay them if you want to make money - is a crook. Even most of the so-called "affiliate programs" are just disguised ponzi schemes, where the revenue made from new recruits goes to pay existing members. Even if they seem to be selling something, look closely at what is being paid - if it's more than what they're selling is worth, than most likely it's just another scam. The email that you mentioned here is just a crooked rip-off scam. If you send them any money, you'll get ripped off. There ARE lots of ways to make money on the Internet, but they involve effort and time and selling something of value to other people - NOT paying someone else for an "opportunity" to make money.
• United States
22 May 08
Thank you so much, this is a good rule to keep in mind. I am disabled and use to be a very hard work-a-holic. It just kills me not to be working and really contributing to the house finances. So I try hard to find something to pay me to work at home. That I would be able to do with my limited abilities. So many kind people have replied with good advice and you are one of then, thanks again.