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You can not have missed this, thousands of make money systems are offered online. You can’t see the forest from the trees anymore. And one promises even more and more beautiful than the other. Who can you trust today on the internet? You hear so many stories about scams. Webpages, certificates and payment proofs look so genuine.
The truth behind the revenue models online.
Free proven online money making systems
There are money making systems which run on autopilot. I have my doubts about the honesty of programs like that, I feel they will make a lot of losers. Strategies like that will make more people unhappy than happy. I truly doubt they are legitimate. Also, an advertisement with no start-up cost for making online money. Those systems give me the jitters. And when I read about a simple money making system, then my thoughts immediately go to a money printer in the basement.
Whatever system is advertised with the words lying on the couch and getting rich asleep, it’s all bullshit.
When you are surfing the internet for making money online sites, you see a lot of proof notes. They claim to earn the world on revenue. Whole lists which should proof the earnings they received. They look like this one. I found this proof of earned money on some website.
You can do two things: Believe it or not believe it!
To show you how easy it is to make a list like that, I made this one in MS Excel with some fake data, 5 minutes work, a screenshot and there is my “proof” of earned money.
Payment proofs like this are totally worthless. They are very easy to make yourself in MS Excell. Looks nice though, I wished I made that kind of money every month 😉
These lists are NO proof of earned money online!
I am a big fan of Google and filled in “fake payment receipt” …watch the results…
Fake certificates of being the most skilled entrepreneur online. Online certificated teachers? A school certificate or diploma? You need to check this thoroughly!
FAKE COLLEGE DIPLOMAS – FAKE COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS – HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMAS – FAKE GED CERTIFICATES – DIPLOMA & TRANSCRIPT SEALS – FAKE BIRTH CERTIFICATES
A certificate like this you can order for $ 60 online, and it looks very genuine, but it is a fake! You would easily believe the accreditation of Stephanie Johnson. Stephanie Johnson is a character from the soap opera Days of our Lives. I firmly believe that there is also a real Stephanie Johnson, but the signatory on this certificate is certainly a made-up person.
Searching for money online you will find thousands of this kind of fake claims on landing pages.
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! For whom? The advertiser I presume!
12 Weeks – 2.79 Million
Why did this person not made the front pages of all newspapers worldwide? Pay 18 bucks and earn 2.79.000.000 within 3 months. That’s really amazing! I would sign for that kind of profit right away! You really do not understand that people still fall for it. Or would the list of new members also be false?
Fake Social Media accounts
It doesn’t surprise me anymore. Everywhere I look at the internet, I see fake, FAKE. I just got a few new followers on Pinterest, and look, again FAKE. Arggg…
So, today I checked my followers on Pinterest and blocked all fake accounts. That’s very easy to do.
You hit either the flag and block the account or you hit the three dots on top. For some reason, not all profile options are the same. Some have a flag, some only the dots. I show you the differences in the screenshot below.
The most honest “taxpayers” order tax deducting recipes online. When it comes to paying taxes, we all become a bit frigid. We want to earn a lot, but prefer not to pay taxes. We don’t really realize that the more taxes you have to pay, the better off you are in this world.
Who knows the real truth?
You have to be very careful online before you give your credit card data! Don’t believe everything that they proclaim to be. You can fake almost everything online. You can fake pictures and profiles. You can fake receipts and certificates. You can download a fake diploma. You can fake earnings and websites! No problem at all. The internet is full of opportunities for criminals to get your money!It was shared on Facebook and Twitter, so it must be true 😉 Click To Tweet
4 RULES TO FOLLOW
1. Don’t give your credit card data!
Be 200% sure of your case before you give that to anyone on the internet! Know the person or company to whom you provide the data. After all, you cannot see through your screen who is behind the website and what exactly that person has in mind.
2. Don’t you ever give your 06-12345678 number to compete for a prize!
Before you know it, they get rich over hundreds of SMS messages send to you. And that could be very annoying for you, because how do you prove to the telephone company that you have been scammed?
3. Don’t give any bank account data pin codes or passwords!
No self-respected bank or official company would ask you to enter any of this detailed info to them. All official institutions have the agreement not to ask you for pin codes or authorization data via email or otherwise.
4. If it’s too good to be true, then it’s probably true.
Unbelievable offers, so cheap or so very tempting are very often a scam, stay alert!
I hope this article will help you to separate the wheat from the chaff.
Good honest websites
Luckily, there are still honest hardworking internet entrepreneurs, who do not fake the numbers. Entrepreneurs who spread transparent data. I run my websites on the Wealthy Affiliate education platform. Where transparency, security, and honesty still is the no #1 priority. The affiliate marketing training and the members guarantee an honest approach. You can read here my full Wealthy Affiliate review.