I've Tried That » Archive of ‘Known Scams’ Articles
Thinking about taking a job with Norman Cooper at SEOMagent? Well, you’ll want to read this article first.
“Could” is the key word. I “could” also become Mr. Universe and “could” marry Megan Fox and we “could” retire to Fiji. But it ain’t gonna happen.
Two reviews in one post? No, it’s just the same scam operating under different names. It also won’t earn you $4,000 per week.
The Better Business Bureau has started to notify consumers that Twitter is now being targeted by scammers. Be warned that any website offering you a “job” to post links to Twitter is most likely a scam.
There are hundreds of Web sites running the same hidden-fee Google scam as Google Treasure Chest and Google Money Tree. Check this list if you’re ever in doubt.