positive and negitive experience of making money online

@willy6 (492)
Jamaica
March 23, 2010 1:30pm CST
Althought it is not all negitive of making money online one must be very careful because a lot of time you spend your money one site that promise success and end up in failure not all site are what they present it self i have spend money one site that look promising and a lose my money i have decide then and there that i am not going to spend my money to make money so i mostly gravitate to the free site without paying fee at the end of the day i will not be losing money I know there are sites that are not scam but it is a 50/50 chance that the one that you chose is genuine before we chose a site let us do back work check to see if it is genuine
3 people like this
7 responses
• United States
24 Mar 10
I think the most important thing is to try a lot of websites. Once you have gotten paid by different ones you can then see which ones are giving you the most bang for your buck...and then you can upgrade/invest in those as you see fit. also do your research and make sure other people are consistently being paid.
@megamatt (14327)
• United States
24 Mar 10
I have had both experiences with my attempts to make some extra moment online. There have been some attempts that have gone rather well. I thought my time spent on that particular website was spent. It yielded some actual cash in my bank account. That is always a positive experience, that I actually get paid for my work. The fact is that I actually find websites that are legit and not a scam is actually a good thing. Then on the flip side of the equation, I have been burned. Thankfully not as bad as some people have been burned. I did not lose any money in the site. Just some time within the website and frustration that I had trusted that website. I have been jaded to an extent. For right now, I am only sticking with the websites that have actually yielded some gains for me. Just sticking with what I have verified with my own experiences. No offense to anyone, but there is so much scam on the Internet, I would not put it past websites to plant people and proof that the website is paying. Would you really be surprised if that happened?
@salonga (27954)
• Philippines
24 Mar 10
I have never been scammed in all my online activities. It is just simple, don't ever pay for anything you work for. Why should I pay first before I could earn. So many offers promise big returns for us as long as you pay the registration, or the software, or the program. I never do that so I have never been scammed by anyone.
@umit_umit (1986)
• India
23 Mar 10
its very true friend,really when you work so har and it proves to be a scam!doomed
• United States
23 Mar 10
I have been earning online many years. There are many legit programs in all areas of online earning. As long as you do your research you can save yourself a lot of wasted time. Sure there is always a chance that a program can close their doors...but once you have been doing this for a while..you will be able to spot the warning signs. I also have never paid anyone for an opportunity to earn.
@Trykro (241)
• Romania
23 Mar 10
You are right in what you say and I know it because I've also been scammed by some sites on the net - the difference is made by the fact that even if I've been scammed, I didn't lose any of my personal money. How can these be - simple, I never invest in a site from my personal money - the only exception I did, was to charge my credit card with 1.50€ to get my PayPal account verified. In other case I only invested what I've been profiting from that site and only after I've done at least one withdrawal to my PayPal or Alertpay account.
@crackx (628)
• Belgium
23 Mar 10
I'd say there is a smaller chance where you don't get scammed for all your help. I'd say like 70/30, even though some sites are more known, it might look like there are more trustworthy sites, but when it's a scammersite you'd only know in the end. The less known sites are usually the scammersites, which makes me conclude the 70/30 (as 30 would still be a lot, but to keep thinking positively)