Paid to Read? Paid to Surf? Paid to Click? Paid Surveys? Are they for real?

Have you ever been tempted to join any Paid to Read, Paid to Click, Paid to Surf and Paid Surveys online programs before? If you have or worst doing one or more right now, please heed our following advice. Stop whatever you are doing right now and read what I got to say about them.

To be honest, not every one of them are genuine and it would be quiet impossible for the common people to distinguish which is one is valid or otherwise. I was tempted to try out a few such programs before and every one of them turns out to be scams! Internet frauds! With the rising costs of living nowadays, people everywhere in the world are hoping to find financial salvation from the Internet. Desperate and gullible people are their easiest prey and the numbers are rising worldwide. This is very alarming and it is time that we educate ourselves with the necessary knowledge to avoid ourselves from being blindly duped by such scams in the first place.

Luckily for us, there are numerous online websites and organizations that can help us in identifying scams from the whole lot. All you need is just to search for them by using keywords such as ‘internet scams’ on any major search engines. That would be a great start towards educating yourself. I have a few recommendations that I believe would help you in doing that. Whenever I received or read something that sounds too good to be true, I would immediately visit the following websites and seek their remarks or comments on the matter:

  • PTRPolice.Net
  • Fair Trade Authority
  • Scamfreezone
  • GPT Police

You can also practice what I have successfully practiced in the last few years in order to protect myself from being scammed. This is all depends on you alone:

  1. Spend some time researching on the programs that you are interested upon from anti scam websites such as those that I have recommended above.
  2. Seek inputs and feedbacks from home based business or online business forums. Most likely you would find postings from past victims.
  3. Don’t simply listen to what people say no matter how close they maybe to you. Most online scam victims were lured into such programs after hearing wonderful things about them from close friends. Let’s face it. People would normally share good things that they think they would get at the end of the rainbow with their close friends. Now, do you think that they would talk about their failures after they found themselves being cheated by scams? Of course not.

If you follow my simple but effective tips to a full T, then you may start looking into such online money making opportunities. I wish you all the best of luck!

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