Is 1 USD Riches legit?
October 6, 2012 7:10am CST
I normally delete all spam emails, but this time, I thought of reading this email, and I decided not to delete it. Here are some parts of the email that I copied: [i]I wanna to let you see this GREAT COMPANY, ONLY ALL YOU NEED TO BE RICH IS 1 USD. The 1 USD after 1 DAY will be 10 USD. Then Invest 1 USD again and WITHDRAW 10 USD again, and again again again,... etc.. I recived 130 USD from this Great Program till this moment, and Still PAYING[/i] The website is http://www.1usdriches.com .
6 Oct 12
Yes this site will make someone decent money, the site owner. LOL Every single site that is based on one of these matrices is built by a scammer. You can't seriously expect to make money from nothing. The banks make sure of that. :P In the future though it probably would be easier to search for a listing with scam sites already tabled and tested for you. I trust most of them, but I don't have a specific one bookmarked at the moment. I think there was one posted at the beginning of this thread. Anyways, good luck in your search for that elusive quick buck or two.
• Chennai, India
6 Oct 12
First thing, you may have to have a business account or premium account with your payment processor. (I have experience with another site 1dollarriches. Without a business account, you can't earn. Even if we have a business account, we earn just 32 cents per sale. The remaining 68 cents is covered as fees. Why should we involve in such a nonsense?) Besides, mostly these admins steal the sales from their affiliates. When you promote your link, most probably your visitors may not sign up. When they decide to sign up, these admins just steal it and you won't even know it. (I have tested this with onedollarriches, fivedollarmoneybomb and few other sites.) Stay away from those filthy junks.
• Garden Grove, California
6 Oct 12
wittynet thats a dirty foul low down scame cannot yo uo s ee th at, and its older than Moses. you are too smart to be caught in this.snopes it and you will see its a lousy scam.'doi not be fooled by the rhetoric.eventually you will be broke.
7 Oct 12
I never joined the site. I posted a discussion to get advice from myLotters. Can't you see? We have something to discuss now. That's my point. It's always the best thing to do when we encounter site like this. We need to make a research. There's nothing wrong with my post. It's a proof that I'm not just joining the site I see just because it promises a huge amount of money. I'm gathering information first and based on the information that I gathered, I'll decide if I'll join or not. That's also what I did when I joined myLot.
6 Oct 12
mysdianait, as per myLot guidelines, we need to "Make sure to post useful links in discussions when necessary to provide authoritative guidance or to refer to a third party article." I used to believe that you're always complying with the guidelines. There's nothing in the guidelines that says INSULT other members. I am so disappointed with your post and with your attitude. Let me add that one of the DON'Ts is "Anything derogatory that is directed at a myLot user is strictly prohibited." [b] Did you really read the guidelines? Did you really use your brain when you read them?[/b]