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Is there any work at home website where you actually make money?
which one?1 year ago - 3 answers
There are only scams.
Silly goose: They are all scams. All of them.
How old are you?
Because it's only little kids that think that they can make money online
^ some sort of cartoon must have this on
Here is how one of the scams work - so you can educate yourself.
From Consumer Reports
'Start an Internet business'
"Learn how to make $107,389 in six months, just filling out forms and doing searches on Google and Yahoo," said an ad for the Google Money Tree kit. The fine print disclosed that it's not affiliated with Google. A ticking "Order now!" clock added urgency; the price of the "free" CD kit would shoot up to $197 in just 15 minutes.
You must give your credit-card number to pay $3.88 shipping for the CD. By so doing, you consent to let Google Money Tree charge your account $72.21 a month for access to its Web site if you don't cancel within seven days.
The Web site and compact disc give disorganized information on selling on the Internet. The BBB has 478 complaints on file against the company related to unauthorized credit-card charges; it failed to respond to 460. Calls to the company for comment took us to a call center in an undisclosed location. Managers promised to pass on our request to the company.