Paypal money site. Is that true?

@Ammudoll (549)
India
September 20, 2009 2:03am CST
Today I happened to see a blog and it says we can make money through paypal. She mentioned in the blog that she started receiving money in paypal after sending $1 to 6 members each - whose Ids are listed in the blog. Once we transfer 6 dollar to 6 members #1 person name will go off from the list and #2 to #1 etc we will become 6th person. one week later she had $25 in her account it seems. Anyone here know about it?
4 responses
@daliaj (5683)
• India
20 Sep 09
That sounds interesting, but I am not sure. I have not heard about something like this. You should be very careful about dealing with such things. I think the progress like this is called CHAIN DEVELOPMENT. There were lots of chain developments in my country, but finally they ended up to be scam. I mean they worked well for sometime, and later somebody else ran away with the whole money. So, be careful.
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@Ammudoll (549)
• India
20 Sep 09
I felt it must be scam that's the reason I started a new discussion here, the lady wrote few sentences in spanish or french Iam not sure what language was that. But I understood it is something a chain processing business. You are right in India there are many such chain development sites, one of my online earning friends have suggested me to register in such site called Time2Rich and we have to pay Rs 350 to be a member of that site.
@wwkeen (247)
• Malaysia
20 Sep 09
not heard this kind of earning stuff before, but for me if anything that request my money 1st before they give me any, surely i will not try it out as most of them are scam, so be careful when you join that. good luck
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@Ammudoll (549)
• India
20 Sep 09
I had doubt on that earning site so I wanted to know from mylot members. No I'll not join in any site which asks me to pay first. Because my sister already got bitter experience few years ago. she paid Rs 1500 and they gave us a CD to learn how to earn but never heard anything again from them. so sad
• United States
20 Sep 09
Sounds like this is like a digital version of those chain letter scams that used to come through snail mail. A person would send a letter out to 6 people and ask those people to send out money and so on. They were scams. Plus, for anything like that to work you have to rely on everyone on the list to even follow through, which is why they never worked for anyone. But yeah, that's the same exact concept.
@Ammudoll (549)
• India
20 Sep 09
Yeah, only few members will get paid. Something like first come first will get money and the members promote their site. once they had enough money in their pockets they will pack their bags and will disappear. To confirm I asked for all mylotter suggestions. thanks for the response.
@calai618 (1779)
• Philippines
20 Sep 09
Haven't heard anything like that regarding paypal. If it's true and legal then it should be on the Paypal site. But seeing the mechanics, it would really be hard to get people to pay a certain amount first before they would be able to earn. A business like that may be legitimate at first but I think it would eventually vanish. It's just hard to keep up with that kind of system.