I can't believe that MSN will have the scam advertisement.

@youless (91495)
Guangzhou, China
September 5, 2011 9:30pm CST
I noticed that there is an advertisement banner on the left in my Hotmail box page. And it is about a survey website which claims you will earn a lot from it. Then I click inside to visit this website. However, I have to pay for nearly USD50 to join it and I am alerted. Since a honest survey shall be joined free of charge. Then I search this survey website via the net and I learned that it is a scam. So whenever you will join a new earning website, be careful if it asks you to pay for it. I just don't understand why MSN will offer this kind of cheating advertisement.
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@imkong (30)
• India
6 Sep 11
Thats the point. That is spam. Last week i got an email from the LIBERTY RESERVE saying that i was awarded $500 for being selected on their lottery draw. The url was same as the original website. But on further investigation i found out that it was fake. The url look like this... http://www.libertyreserve.com.l-en.l-account.l-prize.aspx.l-id.7b.x3.pq.lr.v4.b6.chtimi.com/ From above url we can see chtimi.com. Thats the thief. The url is that of chtimi.com with its sub-domain libertyreserve.com Beware of such spam.
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@youless (91495)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Sep 11
We have to be much more careful to it. When the website claims to offer you a lot of money, just don't believe it and keep alert. Usually it is a scam.
@imkong (30)
• India
6 Sep 11
Exactly. There is nothing better than to "be careful".
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@ebuscat (5949)
• Philippines
6 Sep 11
For me yes it is happened because no business would get not bad in this time all actually became bad.
@youless (91495)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Sep 11
Thanks for your response.
@jerzgirl (8013)
• Gloucester City, New Jersey
6 Sep 11
Youless - never ever ever pay for the privilege of earning money. If they make you pay them, then YOU are helping THEM make money and that's how they're probably paying the first people who sign up. A pyramid scheme. Totally illegal. Definitely a scam. Don't trust anything like that, not ever. Please!!
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@youless (91495)
• Guangzhou, China
6 Sep 11
I totally agree with you.