April 3, 2009 2:35pm CST
You know what? I am tired of all these make money fast schemes. And I'm also really tired of people that come along and are all "are you tired of money making schemes?" Then, wonder of wonders, they turn out to be money making con artists themselves. I invite you to look at this site. http://myonlinewealthsecrets.com/?t202id=25374&t20kw= Yeah, read this guys seemingly genuine story, about how he was struggling, blah blah, all bull crap we've heard before right? Well, because I'm so tired of these schemes, I've made it my life to get in behind the scenes, and tell you the truth about these so-called no strings-attached money making schemes. So I go to myonlineweathsecrets.com, I read the guys supposedly heart felt story, and then the first sign comes up. What's this, a $2.95 fee for shipping and handling for the kit? Well, of course that is no biggy, I mean I'm supposedly going to be making tons of money really soon so no biggy. But wait, after my credit card information has been entered, what's that waiting for me at the bottom of the screen? Oh yes a lovely bit of fine print, that mayhaps I would have missed if I'd just pressed the submit button. This fine print reads as follows: By submiting this form, I authorize Google ATM ("SEOSup") (DRI*SEOSup)to immediately charge my credit card $2.95 USD for the setup of the Home Business Kit for Google. I hereby request that Google ATM (DRI*SEOSup) activate my account and authorize them to advance funds as indicated. Monthly service fees will commence seven days from the date of this purchase, and will be billed monthly thereafter. After the seven day trial You will be billed Sixty-nine-Ninety monthly for the continued access to the Google ATM Money Making System. No refunds will be given for failure to use the requested and provided services. We reserve the right to transfer your billing to a third party merchant of record. Yes, I'm really looking forward to paying 60 to 90 dollars monthly for a service that offers no guarantees that I'm going to be making enough to support it. Yes, I see the photos of a supposed check that Mr. genuine made using this money making system, but that's all it is a photo. With technology as it is, it is way too easy to use fancy photo programs and still have no solit proof. So needless to say, I promptly navigated away from the page, and I know there are hundreds of other such schemes out there. I ask that others that have come across such fine print, do as I'm doing and inform others looking for a little extra income to beware of the fine print. Really, the honest to goodness make money online opportunities are few and far between, and I'm starting to believe non-existent.