Another product full of empty promises. Though getting paid to take surveys seems to be a legit thing online, it worked out to be a lot more work than I anticipated.
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I received a phone call and a guy got on the phone and said that he works for Amazon Associates. He then started to tell me that he had a great opportunity for me. There were thousands of people already working from home, selling products on Amazon, and I could do the same. He just needed to see if I qualified to work with them.
Ugh. I knew right then that is was another scam.