Take surveys, earn money – does this seem like a familiar refrain yet? Survey For Moms is yet another attempt to get people involved in the idea of earning money through surveys. Not surprisingly, the site offers the usual collection of surveys, contests, games and cash prizes.
I got a shockingly large amount of spam this week. Enough so, that I’m going to take an hour out of my day to complain about it. The 3 places that I received ads for in these emails were CL Dominator, BP Dominator, and EZ Ad Blaster. The spam came to my gmail inbox, but specifically it was sent to my email address associated with this domain, nathaniell [at] onemorecupof-coffee.com. Whether I was a target of a spam campaign or my address was scraped from somewhere is unclear. In fact, the only reason I received these spam messages rather than them going to my junk folder was because I set a gmail filter to never send emails going to my domain email into my spam folder.
I did not purchase this software because it’s quite pricey and I’m on a budget this month with tax season this month. However, I’ve collected quite a bit of information about the product and what they offer. # Red Flag is the amount of spam they send my inbox.
Email marketing and Facebook pages are legitimate marketing techniques and ways to make money online. But collecting email addresses in this manner is against Facebook’s Terms of Service, and it’s likely you’ll get banned from Facebook, or at least annoy the people you advertise to.
It’s a sad world we live in when someone can produce the crap that you see in the sales video. Their product is just as bad – spamming YouTube with “make money products”?
Work at Home Institute is a clone site of a famous work at home program that goes by many names. I do not know if I can call it a scam, but there are a lot of lies you need to understand before you get involved with their program. They tell you that it’s easy to get paid to post links, then the training tells you something else. I’ll give you two guesses as to whether or not I recommend it. Hint: No!
Auto Affiliate X is free but it simply does not offer any kind of quality training. The pre made website you made will not rank in Google, and you do not have a budget for paid advertising. You’ll be left spamming your affiliate links to social networks or to friends and family. This is not a formula for success.
Zonepa is just another clone site of Firepa and Earnfire. It’s the same design and offers the exact same product line. I’m sure it won’t be the last version of this massive spam campaign on YouTube.
This is not a product you can buy, but it’s a showcase website for other products to buy. All of them are spammy, low-quality products designed to make you think that making money is easy and simple.
A few days ago I started getting several comments and private messages from people saying they made thousands of dollars on firepa.com or variations of this general idea. This is not a paid product, it’s a ‘gateway’ to other paid products. See links to individual reviews of products featured on Firepa.com in on this page.