Pages tagged with Scam

The curtain call of supporting cast of the satirical prose about a former far away kingdom cum social writing site frequented by macro-bloggers, neo-vagabonds and republicans this Is the synopsis and unforgettable characters behind the epic fail.
On line writers; lemmings running off the cliff or waiting for the toothfairy?
An analysis of the Scam Bubblews, a 'writing site' which was created to rip off the public
Father and I are on our way to Unitown. The plan we discussed during our assembly, led by Jake Mervin on Friday, was that Father and two farmers would pick him up and then go to Pretoria, where they would see all the important people that can help fight the water pollution.
Waldorf the handyman is having a conversation with Father. A rather serious conversation. He's quite desperate. Apparently, both of his bank accounts at two banks have been emptied on the same day.
Yesterday I finally wondered how long Paypal needs to resolve the case of the money stolen out of my account, so I rang them up. They say it might take up to ten days.
Do any of these on line business's work. I have been doing this for 8 months now, and it seems I am spending all my investment, the only place I have made a little money is called micro workers. I make about 20 dollars a week. I started this other one and I paid for what they said, bu...
Why the name and style change of the online publishing site Factoidz to Knoji.
A personal observation of the author on the proliferation of plagiarism in macro blogging. a serious crime that can put anyone into trouble be it a professional, or a student.
Three minutes to decide whether you will be ripped off digitally. This is the result from a study of Google employees. Go counterfeiters before professionally, almost one in two users’ falls for the scam.
Those of us who've contributed to, and supported loyally the site known as Bubblews have become quite sick of particular treatment by the staff there. My opinion is not necessarily representative of that of anyone other than myself.
How do you know when a scam is in progress? Scams come in different dimensions, shape sizes and people. Millions of people are scammed online everyday by poetic speakers and writers who promise them some sort of information or riches in return for a little cash
Scammers are all over the world. Be on guard all the time! Don't believe everything you're told. Do what I did.
I know you are here because you want to know if Bubblews is just another scam online money making site. Let us first know what really Bubblews is.
Dealing with the recent scam letter being sent to many of Wikinut users
A woman named Jennifer is sending me propositions via e-mail. Some of them, indecent. Excuse me, have we met before?
A primer on the infamous Jamaican Lottery Scam, how it works and who it targets
Get-rich-quick schemes have been exposed time and again but some people still fall for them. Be on the lookout for scammers' schemes by checking your greed meter and knowing about the tell-tale signs of fraud in investment dealings.
Sometimes something starts out very promising, but with time soon turns into disappointment. This is relevant to
Shocking news for Liteforex because it's labeled as a scam company now. Be careful if you want to deal with them.
A simple method of how to rewrite and republish items you've put on ripoff sites
How to avoid being ripped off online. Don't be come a victim of internet scams. Learn how to take precautions against fraud.
So here is my experience with iwriter.It is one of the worst sites I have worked on.
I got scammed by one websites. I did all of my work and they deleted my accounts, lost all of my posts, and they never reply to my emails. No service support at all, is that a legit business, probably not. There were many like me. Spend all their time on there, and never get paid eith...
SCAM…SCAM… SCAM! *Sigh*… Arrrggggghhhhh… I got scam! How to avoid scam? How to identify scam site since the first time?
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