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CPA At 17 years old?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by anhilation, Sep 15, 2011.

  1. anhilation

    anhilation Junior Member

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    Hi, My name is Jonas. I'm 17 y.o and currently doing IM full time. Right now i make my income from Rebranding plr products and listbuilding. But i have an awesome cpa method in mind that i want to try, but you have to be 18 y.o to apply to the networks i have in mind "Hydra, Azoogle Ads, Copeac, Neverblue, and Flux Advertising" and i'm only 17 :S! do you think they wont pay me? and will they check my ss number? and what happens if i make like $10.000 and they find out i'm only 17? also if i'm paid by check, is there anyway my bank can see that i submitted myself to the network as an 18 y.o? Also, what about tax information?

    All help is appreciated!
    thx.
     
  2. robertaccess

    robertaccess Newbie

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    good luck :)
     
  3. kathrin

    kathrin Newbie

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    ask your parents?
     
  4. facebookdude

    facebookdude Elite Member

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    Just say you're 18, that's what I did. Fuck it.
     
  5. bornformoney

    bornformoney Senior Member

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    1 + (Idiots x CPA) = $Money$

    Like FbDude said, I said 18 as well, when indeed I was 17. As for the tax form just get it from your parents.
     
  6. VanillaH

    VanillaH Regular Member

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    When I was doing IM at 15, I pretented to be 18; as long as you make money, most companies truly don't care. :)
     
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  7. anhilation

    anhilation Junior Member

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    ok thanks for all the great responses! but my problem is that i live in Denmark, and the taxes is like 70% here if i have to use my moms tax form, but if i use my own i can make 6k without paying taxes.
     
  8. anhilation

    anhilation Junior Member

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    Also in my country, our SSN is also our tax number, so should i just use that? but how can they pay taxes to our autoritys?
     
  9. macdonjo3

    macdonjo3 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I just changed all my birthdays to some even decade i could remember, with the same month and day.

    So if it was:
    January 17, 1993
    Then I would put like:
    January 17, 1990, 1980 or 1970 or something.
     
  10. Yupefer

    Yupefer Regular Member

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    Just to let you know...
    I'm 17 and I used my real SSN on a few sites and got accepted