Online Scam Review Blitz: Round V
Round five is more than likely going to conclude our series of mini-reviews on various scam programs. The quick mini-reviews have been fun, but we need to focus back on actual in-depth reviews. However, of all the comments received, one request for review popped up time and time again and it was no surprise really. So, tomorrow we will conclude the mini-review series with programs we’ve found to actually work in making money online. Stay tuned. For now, keep reading for the next round of scams.
You might think to yourself, “C’mon, how good could your review be if you’re throwing it up after a short look at the website and by not signing up?” Well it’s like this: we have swum in scam sewage for a year now and it doesn’t take us long to spot a bogus claim. We’ve seen them all before. In fact, the day some scammer comes up with a truly original way to take your money, I’ll be truly excited. So even though these blitz reviews are short and fast, we’re right!
- Hollywood Profiles at http://www.hollywoodprofiles.com/
What they claim: For a $96 one-time setup fee, they guarantee an acting or extra job within 30 days.
What they are: Thieves, apparently. There are hundreds of complaints out there on unauthorized charges to credit cards and a refusal to grant a refund. Scary. I wouldn’t touch this website with a ten-foot pole, let alone give them any personal information.
What you should do: Stick to Craigslist ads for acting jobs or casting calls. It’s free, and they won’t steal money from your bank account.
- Easy $20 Now at http://www.ez20now.com/
What they claim: For just a $20 investment, you can receive thousands of $20 payments for the rest of your life. Not too shabby.
What they are: Well, they aren’t liars that’s for sure. They tell you exactly what you’ll be doing in their presell page. You’ll be creating a website EXACTLY like that one in order to sucker people in to buying websites that sell websites exactly like that one. Confused?
What you should do: You should never be confused when it comes to giving away your money. If you don’t know what the hell is going on and someone is offering to give you thousands of dollars after giving them $20, you should get the hell out of there.
- Data Entry Bucks at http://www.dataentrybucks.com/
What they claim: It amazes me that people are still sending in emails asking if these type of data entry websites are legitimate.
What they are: People, listen to what you’re asking about! These websites are claiming that you can make the equivalent to some of the highest-paid individuals in the world, for simply FILLING TEXT INTO BOXES.
What you should do: If this was even remotely true, poverty wouldn’t exist. Everyone in the world would be multi-millionaires because it doesn’t take much to move your fingers to type letters into a box. IT’S A SCAM!
This concludes the fifth and final round of our online scam review blitz. I hope you enjoyed the mini-reviews. We will be moving back to regular full sized reviews on Friday. Stick around though. Tomorrow we’ll be mini-reviewing sites that actually work.
Missed a previous round one? Don’t worry.
Round Four: Doubling Stocks, International Data Entry at Home Institute, Home Staffing Experts
Round Three: Top Dollars, Global Domains International, Strategic Research Network.
Round Two: Work at Home Paid Job Search Review, Top 10 Work at Home Jobs, The Best Online System.
Round One: Software Millions, Unique Marketing, Earn by the Hour.
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