Saturday, August 21, 2010


There are a lot of moneymaking schemes on the World Wide Web. If you are anything like me your inbox and Spam folder already hold hundreds of these offers. Most sound too good to be true. This is where the adage “if it sounds to good to be true it usually is” has been proven time and again. You can find numerous blogs and tweets from people just like you and me who’ve been suckered in by these crafty scam artists. Though there are no 100% fool proof ways to tell which are scams and which are the real deal  but there has to be a way and things you can look for that will save you time and ultimately money. I am no expert as a matter of fact I am just starting out and like so many of you I am hitting and missing. I would welcome feedback of any kind.

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