Paypal booster? Probably just another scam!

Philippines
July 27, 2012 10:16pm CST
I was clicking ads on Clixsense when this ad caught my attention. It claims to generate $700+ to your paypal account daily. By the way, it is an ebook by Infinity 800 something Co. Maybe, a dummy's guide or something. It currently cost $9 since it's on sale. The creator claims that it would cost $60 and up once their "site" goes operational(whatever that means). Well, that sounds too good to be true. What do you think?
2 responses
@Jshean20 (14376)
• Canada
28 Jul 12
I also feel that it sounds too good to be true. I haven't come across any big money makers online unless you invest some of your own money. Besides mylot though, I know of 4 other sites which I have recieved money from for doing things online. I don't know if you're looking for other money makers online like that, if you are feel free to send me a private message I can send you the links if you want.
• Philippines
28 Jul 12
Thanks for the offer but I think I'm doing pretty fine on my own online. But, in case I change my mind, you'll be the first person that I'll be thinking of.
• United States
28 Jul 12
I think if it sounds too good to be true, then it is too good to be true. And this one really sounds very too good to be true. My advise would be: Don't buy it.
• Philippines
28 Jul 12
Thanks for your friendly advice, Bill. I have no intention of buying it but if someone here in mylot could otherwise prove it to be legit, then maybe I could think of buying it.