I Can’t Believe The Nerve of These Guys…

This blog is supported by sponsored links & ads. But “Eddy with a y” only personally recommends companies I trust and researched.

Three of my loyal subscribers (Callie, Tiffany & Annetta) had the audacity to ignore what everyone else out on the web has said about opportunities such as paid surveys, and get paid to try offers and actually decided to go it on their own based on some of my advice.

Face The Music…
And wouldn't you know it? They paid for it! They actually made money at home! The nerve of these folks. Instead of spending hours upon hours per day limiting their work at home searches to data entry and typing jobs that don't exist in large numbers. Callie, Tiffany & Annetta went outside their comfort zone and took action on some of my favorite opportunities.

MySurvey.com

PineConeResearch.com

FusionCash.com

If you ever read some of my articles, or watched any of my work at home videos and thought to yourself, "Eddy is full of it!" (And I know some of you have.) I've decided to include links to a few of our successful loyal subscribers (Callie, Tiffany & Annetta) to address these doubts. But more importantly, I think the comments from your fellow work at home seekers should act as a source of inspiration for you and others. I know what it's like to hunt down a work at home job and to be totally devastated when you never hear back from an employer or when you join a home based business opportunity thinking you've finally found something that will make you money but quickly realize you won't.  I think we've all been there in some capacity.

So that's why I encourage you to read their stories (Callie, Tiffany & Annetta) . We have enough negative Nancies out on the web crying foul and scam about every opportunity. I think its about that time we focus on solutions and success stories.

Makes You Wonder…
Now with that said, my question to you is what is stopping you from taking action and making money like these successful loyal subscribers? Would it really kill you to take a few minutes out of your day to actually sign up and work for companies that are actively pursuing you? Wouldn't that be a switch? Imagine not having to hunt companies down, but instead just picking and choosing who you want to work with.

Look, I'm not asking you to stop searching for legitimate jobs at home. You can continue to do that. All I'm saying is make some money while you're doing it by taking action on my recommendations like the subscribes above did.

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Here's My Tin Cup…
I can't believe I'm going to do this. But I really want to see you good folks make money, so I'm going to resort to begging. If that's what it takes, then here we go. I'm on bended knee asking you to take action and make money with any of the companies that appeal to you that I've discussed in the past. It doesn't even have to be the ones these loyal subscribers tried. You decide what's best for you. But for God's sake, please take action. If those loyal subscribers can do it, why can't you?

Can You Do Me A Favor?

If you're one of the folks that have been taking action and succeeding, then why not share your experiences below and be a source of inspiration to others.

Let's learn to give back to each other. It cost you nothing to share hope and inspiration to your follow job seekers. Help them feel the joy you feel making money at home. It's the least we all can do for each other. So please and post your successes below. Feel free to provide which companies you decided to go with based on what you've read on this blog. Inquiring minds want to know.

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Eddy "with a y" is a Blogger & Affiliate Marketer with over 10 years of SEO experience in writing engaging blog posts that drive traffic, sales & leads. Furthermore, he's a pain in the ass dad & husband.

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Eric - July 20, 2011 Reply

Hi Eddy! Thank you for this site! 🙂 I started my many income streams about a month ago and here’s how it’s going for me:  I use instant cash sweepstakes daily and am close to the minimum payout, I have earned $1.60, and it’s a lot of fun! Hits4pay is cool, I’ve earned about 13 bucks there, some days I get 20-30 emails. I use Swagbucks all the time (I actually found you on their search :] ) and I can get a $5 payment now if I choose. Swagbucks is a no-brainer for everyone, it’s so easy. I’m also about to get my second check with Pinecone Research, and at $3 per survey it is well worth it.  Opinion Outpost has also been good to me, I’ve earned $10 and counting. That is a handful of what I do, and some of them I’ve been doing for just a week or so.  Thanks for all the help!!!

    Eddy Salomon - July 20, 2011 Reply

    WOW, Eric you’re really running with the ball my friend! Great job! Is it nice to know that you can earn money online legitimately even if it’s not a lot. It all adds up! Keep it up my friend!

P Major - June 20, 2010 Reply

Hello Eddy,

First of all I want to say thank you! I have been using your site http://www.WorkAtHomeCareers.com for the past two years and I’ve found employment there several times. But the jobs did not last that long, so I decided it needed to take action on my own. I’ve been taking paid surveys since the year 2000 and have received somewhat of an income from the paid surveys. But it was becoming more difficult to support myself with just doing those, so I decided to get even more paid surveys and to begin affiliate marketing. I also decided I needed a website and I wanted my website to be patterned after http://www.WorkAtHomeCareers.com (I I love that site; it fed and sheltered me!), and I wanted to affiliate with that site as well. So I clicked on “contact us” which brought me to work at home no scams.com and I was blown away because you look like me-lol. I knew I was then on the right track.

That was about a month and 1/2 ago and I’m now affiliated with many traffic exchanges, PTC sites, and many more paid survey sites. I am also working on my own website; it is my first one. It is going to take me many years to develop a site like yours with the polish and superior knowledge that you provide, but I’m working on it. If you’re able to I would love for you to review the text I written and give your honest opinion of what needs to be improved and why it needs to be improved, so I can put out a quality product like you have.

Hopefully your followers will take action and do what many of your followers (and me) have done so they can work from home and be in charge of themselves and their futures. I still have a long way to go and I know it is not a get rich quick scheme, so I’ve accepted the pitfalls as well as the benefits of working from home, just like you did. (I look forward to being close to the top of the ClixSense referrals list-lol.)

Thank you for all of your help and knowledge.

TheKnowPro

Chad - March 27, 2010 Reply

Hi Eddy

Well you have done a good thing here Eddy. So thank you. I’ll post any more money made my way lol 🙂

Chad

Chad - March 26, 2010 Reply

Well I’m very new, very new!!! So new that i’m not even sure this is where I’m supposed to be typing at. But I have been looking over Eddy’s website here for a couple of weeks. I have taken the suggestions to check out Fushion Cash, which I’ve made 44.50 with. I’ve also been sent a brand new ten dollar bill from someone who wanted me to fill out a survey.I think it was from Bigspot.com, or My survey’s.com but not sure. I first thought the ten dollar bill was fake. I was about to throw it away when I noticed it sure was real. So I filled that thing out, and sent it back in. Maybe next time they will send me more money in the mail. I’ve also made money on Clixsense.com, but I imagine who hasn’t. So this is my deal, I’ve never come across anyone, ever, never who said go do this and you can make some money, NOW! So..that being said, I’m taking every suggestion and wealthy affliate is this trains next stop.

    Eddy Salomon - March 26, 2010 Reply

    Hey Chad,

    That was a wonderful comment and yes you did it right. Message received loud and clear. lol Thanks for sharing your inspirational story. For someone that is so new, you’re starting off on the right foot. Continue on your path and I’m confident that you will find more and more success. What you’ve already achieved is amazing. So keep it up! Thanks for sharing this with us!

honey belen - September 29, 2009 Reply

hi ireally wanna try this work for home.. im so broke.. and looking for jobs about 3 months now.. i need to start earning income asap! but i dont have any kind a money to buy a kit.. can you helop me?

Katurah - August 17, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy,

I have so many questions, but first and foremost, you have stated that data entry jobs are hard to find when looking online for a data entry job from home, but you do have administrative/clerical job in the work from home companies links. Isn’t that the same thing as data entry?
And another thing. I have been looking for a job for over a year, and I have often wondered about the surveys and the message forums that pays. I terrified to look or check them out in fear because I might have to give money, or give away my personal information. My twin sister was a victim of identity theft 6 years ago and it is still coming back to haunt her. Will I have to give out my personal info or any money?

PLEASE HELP!! Thanx!

Katurah

    Eddy Salomon - August 18, 2009 Reply

    Hi Katurah,

    When you visit the companies page, you’ll notice I state how difficult it is it actually land these jobs. You may apply but actually getting an interview or hired may take months or longer assuming you actually get a reply. It’s also the reason why I wrote my Medical Transcription article listed here: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/typing because I know those type of jobs are actually available in larger numbers. You’ve been searching for over a year so it sort of proves my point about these clerical jobs.

    In terms of giving out your personal information, that’s unavoidable. How can they pay you if they don’t know your address, etc. You’ll also need to fill out a tax form.
    In terms of surveys they ask for even more information because they need that to use in their database to qualify you for surveys. At the end of the day, most scams can be avoided just by doing research:
    http://www.workathomenoscams.com/scams (Watch the video and read everything on that page including the comments) Furthermore i’ve listed surveys that I actually trust and have provided my own personal information with and have had no issue. http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations That being said, I’ve also taken the extra precaution of investing in identity theft protection. So as long as I do my due diligence and have that in place, I will be protected as best as I can. It’s awful what happen to your sister because that type of crime can ruin you. But like anything in life, use that as an experience to learn from and take the proper precautions. Hiding under rock isn’t going to save you if you know what I mean. I hope this helps. Good luck.

kaylane - April 9, 2009 Reply

i’ve been applying to all of these jobs for the last 3 and a half weeks and have not had any luck getting a job i have not limited myself to one type of job but i still have no luck what am i doing wrong ?

Eddy Salomon - January 11, 2009 Reply

Hi Shane,

Thanks for contacting me and the kind words.
All you need to do is go to our scam page:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/scams

Watch the quick video listed there and follow the steps in the video.
You’ll know if these sites are scams relatively quickly using the techniques in that video.
That’s pretty much all we do to figure out if a company is a scam.

Our personal recommendations for opportunities that you can make money with are found on the following page:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/articles

I hope this helps.

Eddy

P.S. You may want to read the following page as well:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/ask

Shane - January 11, 2009 Reply

Hi
I wanted to know if you can give me your opinion on these sites:
sixfigureyearly.com
overnightcashexplosion.com
ezcashflyer.com
and if they are worth working for and they really pay what they say they are going to pay and that they are not scams. I am only eighteen years old and it is tough for me financially so please tell me the best and accurate information and I would look forward to talking to you soon.

P.S. Thank you so much for your time and the patience to put up a good website that really helps people. Hopefully it could benefit them in the most positive way.

Eddy Salomon - October 26, 2008 Reply

Hi Nigel,

Thanks for contacting me. Escaping the rat race is very simple, get the skills that will pay the bills. That is to say, if you want to work at home full time making decent money then you need to go after the careers that make decent money like programming, medical typing http://www.workathomenoscams.com/typing, becoming an affiliate http://www.workathomenoscams.com/aff etc.

Too often people looking for work at home get fixated on the job they want and not what is actually available and that’s how people get scammed or disappointed. Speaking of which I think you may want to read our ask page:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/ask

We have listed a few items there about these so called “data entry” companies that you may want to read before you proceed with this dataentrybucks company.

The sad truth is that the only clerical jobs that are available in great numbers is medical transciption not generic typing or data entry jobs:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/typing

So don’t fall for the hype.

Eddy

Nigel Hercules - October 26, 2008 Reply

I just joind D.E.B and saw your add sounds intresting how can you direct me to make some cash to be able to get out of the rat race spend more time with family insted of days away from home and so underpaied what i have going is lots of time on my hands on work to make money on line will you help me thanks in advance Nigel.

Eddy Salomon - October 25, 2008 Reply

Hi Sunny,

Did you just read the article above?
People are working at home. It’s just a matter of taking advantage of the non-traditional opportunities that are actually available.

However since you’re disabled you may want to visit our work at home for the disabled article:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2008/01/23/work-at-home-for-disabled/

I hope this helps. But the point of the article above is to help you understand that landing a traditional work at home job isn’t all that easy and can take months or years. Whereas non-traditional work at home opportunities are available now. So if you don’t mind waiting months or years to land one we have resources listed on the following page: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/jobs but the people that have been successful on our sites are the ones that decided to play both sides of the fence by getting involved with non-tradtional work at home opportunities while still applying to traditional jobs.

The folks that just focus on non-traditional jobs end up doing a lot of waiting without earning a dime and become increasingly frustrated and often times scammed because of desperation. Don’t let that happen to you.

Good luck.

Eddy

Sunny - October 24, 2008 Reply

If you truly have a free work at home please let me know, I am handicapable and need to increase my income to live. Please email me if you truly have such a job, I can work 40+ hours. Thanks.

amyliane - August 17, 2008 Reply

Great advice, I have had some success in surveys but learn it takes more than just doing the survey it self. To be successfully you must keep your self organized or you will end up short on cash in the end.

Eddy Salomon - July 2, 2008 Reply

Hi Bill,

Unfortunately like most work at home opportunities this is limited to the U.S.

However you may want to look into the following pages which is open to people outside the U.S.

http://www.workathomenoscams.com/aff
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/international

Hope it helps.

Eddy

Bill Macfarlane - July 2, 2008 Reply

I live in the United Kingdom will this be OK?

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