I am sure you must have seen this ad “Google pays me $76 an Hour” “Google has blessed me with a $7,300 job at home” “Read How”. Clicking the Read How or the whole ad would take you to some site, which asks you to do this and that, but you have to buy this software first. All this is total BS. The boy in the ad claims he is getting $12,160/month ($145,120 per annum) for working approximately 8 hours a day for 20 days. Now that’s more than the average employee salary working on Wall Street. How can he do that, simply – Making fool of people like you and me.
How to identify if these ads are fake or not.
- If it’s too good to be true, it usually isn’t.
- If someone is making handsome money, why would they let you know the secret of it. People are after all known to be the worst social animals on the planet.
- As a thumbnail rule, whenever you see an ad offering easy money - Never Click – It’s a scam and stay away from it. (Read 1 and 2again).
Hope this helps.
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