This is such a scam look at this before you waste your money

United States
December 13, 2006 3:21pm CST
i am search for a work at home job and i come up to several jobs saying that you can make 10-20 dollars for each thing u process. it already sounds like its to good to be true. so i checked it out and you have to send an email to some one requesting more information so i did that and i get replies back saying what you will do how much you will make and for the training materials you have to send a range from 5-20 dollars, so i got really tired of these so i finally sent a email to all of them telling that that what they are doing is very illegal, and that i wont pay that amount til i get some proof that they are not going to scam me and not sent me the materials, and whats so funny that is none of them has emailed me back i though i would share this with everyone since people are out doing this around christmas ro scam people it pisses me off that people are so evil. who agress with me?
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@becca650 (60)
• Canada
13 Dec 06
HEY I HAVE ONE THAT IS NOT A SCAM! IT IS FREE YOU DON'T HAVE TO PUT A DIME IN IT NOW OR EVER! ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS SIGN UP AND GET THREE OTHER PEOPLE TO SIGN UP AND DO THE SAME AND IT GOES FROM THERE! ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS COPY AND PASTE THIS LINK AND YOU WILL BE ON YOUR WAY! http://bestcashrewards.com/affiliates/t.php?rid=2058
@mauier113 (688)
• Philippines
13 Dec 06
You're true to what you're saying. My email inbox had been floode by these people, since I visit their websites iquiring about these at home work and allof them are asking for fees to have started guaranteeing it would give us alot of income from home. But there was a certain post a few days ago it wa a scam.That's why it's better to read a lot of discussions here to be informed about all these scams.
1 person likes this
• Philippines
14 Dec 06
you have to send an email to some one requesting more information so i did that and i get replies back saying what you will do how much you will make and for the training materials you have to send a range from 5-20 dollars, so i got really tired of these so i finally sent a email to all of them telling that that what they are doing is very illegal, and that i wont pay that amount til i get some proof that they are not going to scam me and not sent me the materials, and whats so funny that is none of them has emailed me back i though i would share this with everyone since people are out doing this around christmas ro scam people it pisses me off that people are so evil.
@shmeedia (1044)
• Canada
14 Dec 06
LOSER......i don't usually flame people, but you are just as bad a scammeras the people in question in this discussion topic thread!!! how insulting to have your own message copy and pasted and regurgitated bac to you in your own thread!. please stop that, you've been reported!
@redazun (131)
• Malaysia
14 Dec 06
liar! - liar!
liar!
@Shaun72 (15961)
• Palatka, Florida
13 Dec 06
I don't blame you. I hate doing or making money that you have to pay out for first.
14 Dec 06
Unforunetly a lot of work from home scams come up on the net! The scammers know they will grab people's attention and get them to sign up thinking it's the perfect job too.
• Philippines
14 Dec 06
good thing you emailed them... its sad that Christmas brings out the good and bad on people.
@1986ankush (1241)
• India
14 Dec 06
I DONT THINK THAT THIS IS SCAM
• United States
14 Dec 06
Scams are wrong, the people behind them are wrong. On the note of scams has anyone ever been paid by www.inboxdollars.com, www.hits4pay.com, and the other sites like these? Just out of curiousity, Im not sure if I am wasting my time with them or not.
@1angeldee (589)
• United States
14 Dec 06
the only honest ones I found are posting images and photos (and its free)this one pay you when http://www.scipym.com/index.php?ref=2649 and my lot for answers http://www.mylot.com/?ref=1angeldee selling on ebay, half.com, and amazon
@raisushkr (1399)
• India
14 Dec 06
u have done the right things .i would have done the same thing
• United States
14 Dec 06
There are a lot of scams out there for making money from home. One thing that sends up a red flag for me is that you have to pay them to get more information. I avoid these kind of programs and don't ever let them have my email address. Also keep in mind that you aren't going to get super rich online. There are no programs that I have found that pay you $1000 a day or whatever they offer. Scamers offer you big money to get you interested. They hope that your desire to make more money will overrule you common sense. Sounds like you showed them that their game doesn't always work. Good for you.
@ram_18y (275)
• India
14 Dec 06
ya online is scam
@reinydawn (11649)
• United States
14 Dec 06
You have to be very careful and do your homework. Looks like you did a great job at spotting what's probably a phony. You have many responses, and some that I read have great advice. I have a home-based business that I do on a part-time basis. It works our really well for me, and if you are interested I can give you more information. It's totally legit, not a scam, the company is a member of the Better Business Bureau. I'm very happy with this and would gladly help you get your own business started also. Good Luck to you!
@metal333 (251)
• India
14 Dec 06
ya thats a good thing to do...its good u mailed them...these guys just want to waste ur time and money...i hope these guys get caught soon
@cherhost (1072)
• United States
14 Dec 06
it is a scam i fell for it. but the only thing i can say is that they give an ebook... that is what you are suppose to promote. the ebook is legit because i called the companies.
@flakom (87)
• Ireland
14 Dec 06
I think the best solution to avoiding scammer is to get a real job and stop expecting income from the internet.A word is enough for the wise.
@padewy (129)
• United States
14 Dec 06
alost all work at home operations seem to be scams. I haven't found or heard of any that aren't so be leary when someone tells you that you can make $1000 a day working at home. If it sounds too good to be true then it probably is
@frederik (481)
• Belgium
14 Dec 06
everybody knows alread that such a things are scams. Don't wase your money if it sound that it's to good to be true.
• India
14 Dec 06
yeah good work ! even i got many times into scam , after giving hell lot time , i came to know always from people that it is scam ! so better make undersatanding about such sites in mind !
@schummi (925)
• India
14 Dec 06
yeah i think that its time now that we stop expecting anything from them and be very very practical. and if such a thing might have existed then there is no need to go out to do work,,everybodywould have been at their home happily with their kids and familyand no need to take tension...sounds cool na?????wake up now....this isnt reality ok .