Legal or not?

January 30, 2007 12:27pm CST
I have a question. I've tried all the posible busyness online and i've realised that all this work is good just to make money to eat a pizza and a coke. Except GDI i can't find anything that could bring me enough money to live. All aroud the world stealing is a good business, i'm not saying that this is a form of living, is not good, but as far as illegal businesses are succesfull. What do you think a good business could be? What would you enjoy to do in the near future if you would had money?
1 person likes this
2 responses
@WebMann (4732)
• Canada
30 Jan 07
Well those that put the time in to find ways to make money by having others earn for you will certainly tell you that you haven't done your homework. People that look for a quick buck are usually only going to find little money and will more than likely spend more than they earn. Go to commission junction, find some affiliates you find interesting, start promoting them in more than just free places and you can earn any amount you want. Just start with one, get it earning and move on to the next and get it earning and keep doing that. The time people spend complaining about not earning money could be spent actually earning money.
@kd5cqq (22)
• United States
30 Jan 07
You mentioned, GDI. How does that system work/ What do you do? About an how long did it take you to get to the point where you could live off of it. I am looking for something that can bring me home an extra $500.00 a month. Would this work for me? I am so tired of the scams, junk e-mails for processing payments, etc. I actually tried one of those because I had received the e-mail invitation with the info that they had seen my resume at Career Builder. I thought it was legit. When the money orders came in, I tried to cash them and landed in the police station for about 4 hours. Luckily, I had the e-mails with me and it was ascertained that I had been a victim. I really want something that I can do from home.