Archive for the Category "Suspicious and Scam Systems"

Prizerebel Review – Watch Out for This Site, They Delete Accounts!

Prizerebel.com review, read my experience with this type of online earnings. Filling out questionnaires, collecting points in your account, and later changing them into cash or Amazon, iTunes, Steam or Walmart gift cards. This is the prizerebel.com portal, in a nutshell, it boasts with eight million members registered in twelve years of operation, as well as millions of dollars paid out. These are impressive numbers, aren't they? It is a pity that the Prizerebel doesn´t boast as well how many accounts have been deleted and earnings not paid out. And that's what this review will be about.  Read more >>

Paid to Click / Read Sites – Why Are These Jobs Waste of Time?

Is it possible to earn money by watching and clicking on ads? In the following review (based on my experience) I would like to focus on a topic that is a favorite one for many of us but also controversial – PTC (paid to click) websites and various PTR (paid to read) email systems. Something on this topic I already shared in the article ad systems of Adfox, Adsense and others. Before I start, I will kindly ask all of you who support statements as: "It is for free, so why not try it?" or "I am already getting the emails I read for free, so why not to be paid for reading other emails? ", do not read any further. Read more >>

What Is My Experience with eRmail.com? Did I Get My Payout?

Is Ermail a legal PTR email site or just a scam? Today, I would like to share with you my experience with portal eRmail.com that should have provided me with making money by clicking only on the ad emails they sent. My current experience with PTR email sites is more than miserable. I am not sure why, but so far, out of the 15 PTC ad portals I was not able to get a single dollar from any of them.  However, I put a lot of faith into well-known and recommended portals of e-Rmail and Neobux.com (for an article about this company click here). What is the result? Is this a Read more >>

Neobux Review – My Experience with This PTC Ad Website

The most famous worldwide PTC site Neobux.com – scam or the real deal? If you follow my site for a longer time, you definitely know my opinion on the PTC (paid to click) ad sites that promise users the option to make money quickly and of course without any effort. I criticize these systems and, in my opinion and based on my experience, it is a waste of time. Neobux.com is a different one, they say. Everyone is happy about it and claims that they actually pay out. Although I do not want to be connected with this online way of earning, I've decided to make an exception and write a review on this world's most famous PTC site. Read more >>

Webet4you / Backoffice4you – A Few Facts Why It Is a Scam

What is Webet4you (backoffice4you) and how does this project work Recently, many questions are coming to my mailbox about online business called Webet4you / Backoffice4you. Most often you do ask me whether it is a serious project, how long it can work and whether it makes sense to invest in it. I've been betting for maybe 20 years, and I know a lot of betting strategies. One of those, which I got a lot from in the past, is also allegedly using by Webet4you. That's precisely why this online business got my attention, and why I decided to have a closer look and write a review about it. Read more >>

Review of Skyway Capital – A Few Facts Why This Business Is a Scam

Picture of Hyperloop, that would be able to transport people safer and environmentally friendly. A transportation system that will allow the transport of people and goods on rails placed above our heads. Safe, friendly to nature, minimal operational cost of such a track, that is precisely what is expected from the Skyway project today by its author - Anatoly Yunitskiy. It promises investors a long-term passive income, which will also benefit the next generations from. Is that really true? Is the revolutionary business finally here, or is it just another scam for people? I hope you will get answers to all your questions in this review. Read more >>

They Promise Easy Earnings by Transcribing 4 Digit Codes

Wusmoney.club offers earnings by typing some codes. I sit by the computer like every other day and search on the internet for some exciting and especially real offers for work from home, which I would post on my site. Recently, however, I have noticed a slight increase in mysterious advertisements in which their owners promise a simple job, and perhaps the most catchy, lucrative earnings. And all this by just transcription of some numbers. Although the earnings promoted in ads look unreal, I decided to look at this online business in more detail and find out what is it all about Read more >>

Bereal Estate – A Few Facts Why This Business Is a Big Scam

Is rent of real estates by Bereal real or is it a scam? Every one of us has already heard about the so-called miraculous online companies that promise to earn a lot of money by doing nothing. Invest, buy funds, pay a membership fee, and money comes in so quickly. In certain exceptions, this may be the case, but does it work this ideally with BeReal Estate's investment business as well?I've decided to write a review for this online business because, although it was registered recently, in August 2016, it has recently begun to gain enormous popularity.  Read more >>

Paid to Surf – Why Is It Good Idea to Avoid This Type of Earnings?

Ads appearing on the unknown software bar that you install in your computer. Have you heard about the so-called surf bars (paid to surf sites)? I mean different surf systems, which offer easy money by watching ads and browsing the web. According to the person who invented this tool, there is an excellent opportunity for you to make money online in a simple way. But what is true about this “unique” option? If you are among the beginners looking for ways to earn some extra cash on the Internet, but you do not have a bright idea what works, and what would be a wasted time, a scam, I recommend you to listen closely! Read more >>