Earn $4,000 a Month For Doing Nothing

@carolbee (16241)
United States
February 28, 2009 6:56am CST
I just saw an ad that offers a free to join site where a member can earn $4,000 a month for doing nothing. Did a little investigation and saw furter in the ad the cost to join is $20.00 plus another $99.00 later. This isn't free and I doubt there is nothing to do once a person joins. In one section of the ad it mentions you have to do nothing and further down in the fine print an area where it mentions you will be earning more if you are active. How frustrating! I'm not promoting this site and didn't join because I believe it's a nice way to get stiffed. I see myself sitting on a beautiful beach, in a comfy chair, drinking those little drinks with umbrellas placed in the fruit and watching the water flowing back and forth from the ocean to the beach. My earnings is out of site for doing nothing. If this was reality, many people would quit their jobs and flood this site and the folks who are not working would join in a heartbeat. Do these sort of ads drive you bonkers?
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23 responses
28 Feb 09
Hi carolbee, I hate those kind of adverts, I think this is just one big scam, they are only interested in taking your money and you get nothing in reality, thats what it is, I just ignore that sort of things. Tamara
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
28 Feb 09
Oh I agree. I didn't join the program. No way I am paying them to join and I get to do nothing but earn huge bucks..lol This is a major scam. Thanks so much for responding.
@Musicial (471)
28 Feb 09
That seems to be the way with those sites its free but its not free, earning money doing nothing but you have to do something, if everyone could earn even just $1000 for doing nothing There would lots of people on the beach with you!
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
28 Feb 09
No kidding..lol The beach would be rather crowded with people like myself doing nothing and being paid! Thanks so much for responding.
• Singapore
28 Feb 09
HI carol, I don't believe any of these sites. They are out to get your money. They are earning almost $120 per person. Imagine if there's 10 people who joins, that's $1200, easy money for the owner, isn't it? Anyway, most of these sites do not really reveal how you are going to earn that kind of money, just glazing over the surface, with some fantastic ideas on how to spend the money you are never going to receive. Be careful!
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
28 Feb 09
Thanks for your feedback, Sydney. I did not join the site. Knew right away it was a scam. Just thought it was interesting how it was put together and what it offered. Never did offer anything except to earn and do nothing. Thanks so much for responding.
@ronnyb (6120)
• Jamaica
28 Feb 09
That sounds like a perfect scam and i too would stay far from this site .If they start lying at the begining then who is to say that there arent lying about everything else.I have often been told that anything that is too good to be true usually is and this ia prime candidate for that .Firstly like you say the earnings are far too high and if this was true then many persons would be a part of it .I think what they are doing is trying to get as many 20 and 99 dollars from as many persons as possible for nothing .Imagine if 2000 persons joined then they would have gotten 100000 dollars without doing a thing adn it could be more if more persons joined
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@carolbee (16241)
• United States
28 Feb 09
Exactly. Glad you did the math. Was too lazy to get out the calculator. I would have to assume that many myLot members wouldn't be here but instead would be earning the big bucks on this so called site. Thanks so much for responding.
@pierone (1895)
• Italy
28 Feb 09
That's totally true. They says A MEMBER can earn $4000 a month. What you not well understood is THE MEMBER they are talking about is not you. Is the founder, that earns more than $4000 a month thanks to the peopole that joing the site, giving him $20 + $99. Probably after you paid that money, you will be invited to open your own site giving other people this "fantastic opportunity" ;)
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@carolbee (16241)
• United States
28 Feb 09
Yep, you are right. The founder/owner is racking in the money on these sites. If I could earn $4,000 a month for doing nothing I'd be a happy camper. Thanks for responding.
@sadiq007 (334)
• India
28 Feb 09
Hi Friend, I don't any money is possible without any hard work.... so there is no short cut i think... keep it up
• Philippines
28 Feb 09
oh well, sites like that are pretty annoying!..they are somehow trying to fool people just for the sake of earning money..well well,,and nowadays people who really want to earn should do something and shouldn't be fooled by those kinds of acts..right?..
@carolbee (16241)
• United States
28 Feb 09
I agree. I think desperation and false promises make people interesting in checking out this offer. Thanks for responding.
@ronnyb (6120)
• Jamaica
21 Dec 09
Well that is the nature of many of these so called get rich for doing nothing schemes .Thers is always a "catch "there somewhere and it is usually in the fine print .In additon there is always a small fee and if you add this small fee by the number of participants then you will see where your earnings are coming from .In fact it is these people who will earn from you by doing nothing
• India
14 Oct 09
hi, u can not trust any site.Usually they always tell us its free then if we read further, there is always something behind it. The key is to make sure to read everything and make a research.they make money from receiveing money from the members then the money cycle but the question is even after taking the money would they pay when it is due to members.
@prasanta (1947)
• India
13 Mar 09
Well! I do not believe in earning without doing anything. I work hard to earn money. Even in myLot, I put lots of effort. So, I do not think that site will genuinely pay. Do not join there, you may lose your money.
• United States
4 Mar 09
that is why i never join anything that cost money. It is probably just a scam. You really can't make that much for nothing. Itis too good to be true and everyone would be doing it.
@gracypure (530)
• Philippines
4 Mar 09
So often, i receive this type of offers and even in simple search job magazines the're just anywhere.. not intereted in these type of scam lines, so annoying.
• India
2 Mar 09
i'm very much interested, plz send the details to join that site.
• India
2 Mar 09
can u help me for this site?
@leeesa (885)
• United States
1 Mar 09
Unfortunately people still fall for these scams! Usually the only way you make any money is by turning around and scamming other people the way you just got scammed! This is what free enterprise gets us!
@IWINNIE (11)
• United States
1 Mar 09
carolbee, I appreciate your taking the time to expose these types of money making scams. With the economy being as it is there seems to be a great number of these popping up. People are desparately seeking for ways to make money and your information gives great insight as to how important it is to throughly investigate these "to good to be true" creative crooks. Keep up the good work, and if I come across any that I find to be rip offs I will share them as well.
• Philippines
1 Mar 09
It looks funny if it is true, now if it is true many people from all types of walks of life will join this site and earn for doing nothing, ha ha so funny its a scam, they free to join and you have to pay for a certain amount of $, its no longer free. The problem there is where they get the money to pay their member? I always read some site like this kind of offer but I'm not aware to check their TOS, I just leave it...
@dalyme3 (88)
• Philippines
1 Mar 09
It can drive people bonkers for sure but nonetheless, anyone with a sound mind can always say that that is a scam. Oh, scam people loves do these things. They never tire out since they know that there are still some people gullible enough to be fooled into signing up. I dunno why they do it continuously but I pray the would change their ways before they get punished severely.
• Netherlands
1 Mar 09
They drive me completely bonkers and I wish there were laws passed to make what they are doing illegal! I learned a long time ago that nobody is going to give you anything in this life, you have to go out and earn your own way and if anyone is foolish enough to Believe this malarkey then they deserved to get stiffed for $20.00, $99.00 or however much the sites are asking for! Like the old saying goes: if it sounds to good to be true...it probably is! ;)
@lovesummer (1162)
• Malaysia
1 Mar 09
funny.. thank you i have seen such site.. i think they make money from receiveing money from the members then the money cycles.. but i am not sure how it works though.. i hope it is not a scam!