Work From Home Tricks – Ways to Make Money & How to Make a Fortune on the Internet
This piece looks at some work-from-home tricks. But there are ways to make money on the Net, which aren’t shady. I talk about how to make a fortune on the Internet in this commentary; and I talk about things, which you should avoid. The World Wide Web offers average people, like you and me, a financial opportunity to get rich quick.
You’ll find Websites say their opportunity is a way to easy money, but quite often they’re just rip-offs. If you’re looking for financial security on the Internet, it’s a real possibility. Some people have found financial security to the tune of billions of dollar; but you need to be careful.
Many opportunities to make money on the Web are for real. But fortune seekers need to be aware that some Websites, which tell you how to make easy money in return for little work, could be work-from-home tricks.
Online work-from-home tricks can advertise up to $75 an hour income in exchange for taking surveys in your home. Many schemes target women that want to know how to make money on the Internet, so they stay at home with their children.
P.T. Barnum said, “A sucker is born every minute”. Unfortunately, he was accurate in his appraisal of human nature. There are numerous predators on the Internet who will happily take your money and only offer an empty promise as a way to make easy money, and they take your money for access to a Website with which an Internet genius would have difficulty.
Some survey sites promise $5 to $75 an hour income, but they’re work-from-home tricks because you have to pay $34.95 or more just to get a chance to do it. Then, you you’re directed to another site where you could have gotten involved with the same surveys for free.
I’ve seen Web-shots, which have scrolling deposits in their Online accounts, ‘proving’ that they made $60,000 in six months. Then I discovered that it costs $99 to get access to their Website. They don’t tell you how much of that money on the screenshot came from the $99 sign-up fees. Do the math. It would only take 100 people at $100 a pop, and that’s how to make 60 grand in 6 months.
Take the time to look into it. One good way is to check out how long they’ve been in business. If they’ve been in business for over 5 years, and are financially solvent, then it’s probably a legitimate business.