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Discussion in 'The Shit List' started by Uptownbulker, Jan 6, 2008.

  1. Uptownbulker

    Uptownbulker BANNED BANNED

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    Looks like an online version of "Stuff Envelopes At Home For Big Bucks!"

    hXXp://www.dataentrymadeeasy.com/half-price.php?id=4926_13_3_62__

    Remember the Xs, children!
     
  2. ceoguys

    ceoguys Newbie

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    Yeah, looks like a scam for you to loose all your money with PPC. They really don't tell you that you need a bank of about 5g's to get started.
     
  3. monytree

    monytree Newbie

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    It's amazing. People will still fall for these types of scams.
     
  4. Uptownbulker

    Uptownbulker BANNED BANNED

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    You guys got it, right off the bat!

    WOO HOO!
     
  5. cashsalute

    cashsalute BANNED BANNED

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    bwahahahaha

    I can't believe people still fall for this bs... but until we rid the world of suckers... they'll keep falling for it... :)

    so keep tricking em until they wise up!
     
  6. odd-job

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    Net or not it's always been a scam.
     
  7. frequency

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    It's a rare situation where one can profit instantly with a large amount of revenue. I don't understand how once the initial sting of the "quick money" incentive quickly results in either a waste of time, money, or both.

    Doesn't the old saying start out, "Fool me once...?" I can share a bit of empathy for those involved and scammed, however that quote couldn't be more applicable here. It's an attempt to become unorthodox in your methods and stop expecting instant results that could be the savior of the day.

    Expect a few tutorials in the next few days on the Blackhat SEO sub-forum on creating bot profiles that generate revenue, continue to be lucrative despite the best efforts of the site's filters and administrators, and which marketing products out today can be used in conjunction to illuminate methods previously overlooked.