Rebate Processor Jobs, Scam or Work At Home Miracle?

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In any event, in the last week or so I've received tons of emails and comments about these Rebate Processors Positions listed all over the web. It's seems to be the new hot thing on the web right now. Anyone that has been reading my blog for a while knows that I do my best to keep it real and help people avoid work at home scams. I know a lot of people are very hopeful about this whole processing rebate opportunity but I hate to be the bearer of bad news. Basically like many of those typing and data entry ebooks that cost $39.95 on clickbank, rebate processors opportunities are just another misleading rip off. I can't call it a flat out scam because what they're teaching you can work but they're totally misrepresenting the information.

Here's What You're Promised As A Rebate Processor

The sky, moon and stars. Okay seriously you promised the ability to process various rebates for all different companies which can pay anywhere from $10-$15 per rebate processed. Training is allegedly provided and you'll be able to make money right away! Sounds pretty good? But of course you can't start this so called job without paying the going rate of $29-$49 bucks!  Hmmmm, something smells funny and it's not me this time as I just took a shower. I know, too much information Ed.
Here's How Rebate Processor Work At Home Positions Really Work.

  • The authors of these ebooks or systems provide you with a list of products to sell.
  • The companies that own these products offer you a commission for every one you sell.
  • You're then provided a list of free classified sites.
  • You're also provided with ads to put on these sites.

You're then instructed to visit these free classifieds sites and post ads which are basically designed to encourage people to buy the products you list. However in your ads you have a statement that reads you'll pay people that buy the products you list some money back. (also known as a rebate) Because you get a commission every time a product is sold, you can afford to pay these rebates to people that buy your listed products. That's the rebate processing scam.. I mean opportunity.

Now let's clarify some things.

Yes, it's true companies will pay you a commission for selling things or simply just for referring people to their sites without having to make any sales. I know this for a fact and make a very good living doing this (You can too, click here to see how!). I especially focus on the latter referring people to free sites. But the creators of this processing rebate ebook has done a horrible injustice by misrepresenting the opportunity. If they called it “make money selling stuff by encouraging people to buy your stuff by giving them some of the money you earn opportunity”, that would be a total honest representation of this work from home opportunity. But I'm sure many of you wouldn't really give it a second look based on that description. The creators of these ebooks know this so they cross the line and put a totally unbelievable spin on the opportunity.

So the problem lies more in the presentation and not the actual information. The techniques that they teach you can work. But they won't for most people because you're going in there thinking it's a regular work at home job when it's not. Obviously, this is going to piss you off. You won't actually try the techniques listed because it's not what you want to do. As a result, you're going to call this company a scam. But the scam of it all is how it's represented. The actual information listed is viable and legal.

Infomercials have a habit of doing the same misrepresentation. For God's sake our president did it too with the whole weapons of mass destruction nonsense. Now does that make it right? Hell nah! But marketers walk the fine line between marketing and straight up lying everyday. In cases of the rebate processors, data entry and typing ebooks they just flat out stomp across the line. So just keep that in mind any time you come across these systems or ebooks that cost $49.95. Chances are they're misrepresenting the opportunity or rehashing information that can be found for free like in the cases of paid surveys.
It's Spreading All Over Like A Nasty Rash!

Chances are you'll find these so-called rebate processor opportunities everywhere, even on some of your favorite legitimate work at home sites. (I think I've even seen them on some of my sites. ) Usually this occurs because the ads are automatically displayed by Google across thousands of sites. Google administers that ads that pay web site owners. I think in time they will get rid of these ads like they have been doing with the fake data entry and typing scams. But now you have the facts. So no matter where you run into this so called opportunity and no matter how good they make it sound, you'll know to keep your money in your pocket!

Are There Any Legitimate Free Rebate Processor Jobs?

Well I recently read an interesting concept online. Someone suggested, hanging out around major electronic stores and offering to pay people for their receipts and the UPC codes on the boxes of the products they buy as they walk out the store.
Then you just head home and process the paperwork and collect the rebate checks. I guess this is feasible because I know I rarely take advantage of the rebates printed up by my local Best Buy or Circuit City. But you really need to have a good approach otherwise people may think you're trying to scam them or something.
What's The Last Word? You Tell Me…

Now you have my thoughts about this whole rebate processor program. Depending on your point of view, I can totally see how some of you would think of it as a total rip off, fraud or scam. But that's not really for me to decide. I'm just giving you the information and it's up to you to run with it.

What do you guys think? Are you still willing to give this whole processing business a try now that you know how it really works? Are you open to the free version I laid out here? As always I'm interested in your thoughts. Who knows your comments may be the subject of my next blog post and can help others dispel some of the other crap that's out there! So leave a comment in the form below! By the way, if you're still looking for something legitimate to invest your time in,  you may want to explore a work at home career as an affiliate which is what yours truly does. If so click here for more details.

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Shelley - March 1, 2015 Reply

Hi Eddy, I noticed there haven’t been many comments lately, but wanted to add my own. I, for one appreciate the info you provided, the rebate processor position I was looking at seemed legit until I did a little research! I was happy to find your article that gave a very good summary of how they actually work. Lot’s of double speak and out right lies about what can be reasonably expected. I call them “clickbank whores”. So thank you for your help! I also decided to look at your link and I just signed up today. I’m impressed with all the information! Have a great day! (oh by the way WMD is weapons of mass distruction…I don’t know why that poster took issue with you using that as an example, but anyway, that is what it stands for….)

    Eddy Salomon - March 2, 2015 Reply

    Hey Shelley,

    I’m so happy to hear this article helped you avoid this scam. It’s been quiet for this one because I assumed the scammers moved on to something else. But I guess they’re still peddling this nonsense too. It’s a good thing you did your research! I’m glad you decided to give my recommendation a shot and you like the information. You’ll quickly see why I’ve been a member since 2007. Thanks again for chiming in. I appreciate it!

    Shelley - March 3, 2015 Reply

    Oh no, lol they’re still out there, and you wouldn’t believe the emails I get asking me to be a “liason” between sellers and buyer in foreign markets!!! I had a company want me to receive 2 packages a week, open them up, take pictures of the stuff, reseal the shipping box, put the included shipping stamp on it and take it to the post office…these items came from places like California, Utah, etc…and then were shipped overseas! I notified the FBI on it and sure enough it was all merchandise purchased with stolen credit card numbers!! OMG!!! I can’t BELIEVE the lengths some people will go to, to try to rip other people off!! I’m a humble, low income mother, with multiple chronic autoimmune diseases and as a result can’t work out side of my home, I have no immune system to speak of..so it is especially tragic when people just like me want to believe they just found an answer to their prayers and instead get sucked in to a debt creating nightmare. I again want to thank you for being a “watchdog” I will definitely recommend this site to my friends, especially the one’s who work from home like I do.

    Eddy Salomon - March 3, 2015 Reply

    That’s crazy. I guess if it still works then why stop, huh?
    Sorry to hear they try to hit you with the old reshipping scam. Man it’s a nasty one where I’ve helped hundred people avoid but just as many or more have fallen victim because they found my article after the fact. I’m just happy I can be here to help some people escape this garbage.

    Thanks for supporting my site and sharing it with others. I appreciate it!

Wpoa224 - May 4, 2012 Reply

I was interested until you through in the comment about WMD’s.  You might want to think twice about comments like that. 

Eddy Salomon - February 24, 2011 Reply

Uhhh, I’m just stating the facts about this so called “rebate processing” nonsense. And yes of course I’m going to provide legitimate alternatives that are up front about what they’re providing you. Furthermore this is my site so I can recommend whatever I want. People come here looking for recommendations it’s not something that I hide. Anyone that has read this site and taken action knows that my recommendations are legit, make them money and me money in the process. So this isn’t a secret and nothing I’m ashamed of.

Allcot - February 23, 2011 Reply

Hmmm interesting how you put the rebate processing business down but then turn around and offer something of your own.

Kelly C. - February 3, 2011 Reply

It is good to know the twist. Everyone is out to make money, just some have no conscience. These people who have no conscience have not evolved with most of society.

Kelly C.

    Eddy Salomon - February 4, 2011 Reply

    Indeed. But as long as you do your research it’s easy to avoid nonsense like this. If everyone did this then these guys couldn’t make money.

Jullie - December 11, 2010 Reply

Love the plan but hate the wait time of -6 weeks to get paid. Besides the fact of being arrested for solicitation or loitering is not at all appealing (then who would pick up the rebate checks?). I have a small question though aside from rebate processing bologna. I am a site owner with many affiliations and building but have no clue how to advertise without having to write long articles. I do not sell anything personally. I let the companies I give free advertisement to the opportunity for that as I try to get customers keyed into their products. However my site traffic is only me checking on the traffic. If you have any advice I would certainly appreciate it. I realize a big key is SEO which is a totally new concept to me but I’m learning it as I go. I found your site searching google for “work at home order processor jobs” as the 2nd listing. Thank you for the opportunity to read this informative insightful article. Happy affiliating!

    Eddy Salomon - December 11, 2010 Reply

    You’ve answered your own question. You need to learn Internet marketing. SEO is key. That being said not writing articles will definitely work against if you want to be successful with SEO or your site in general.

eddie Gutfeld - August 6, 2010 Reply

Hey! thanks!
It is a company called Smart Tools. They process rebates for FHA and HUD that people are due on their homes.
I have not seen any negative responces. I have watched the video and will continue due diligence…
just thought you might have heard something…
your a big help!!!
honest ed

eddie Gutfeld - August 6, 2010 Reply

p.s.
I noticed an ad on this page for one such company…

honest ed eddie

eddie Gutfeld - August 6, 2010 Reply

@eddysalomon:
hello fellow Eddy…
You mentioned possible rebate scams…
Do the The FHA or HUD rebates fall in this catagory?
seems legit and can’r find many complaints directly tagetted at this particular rebate target.
Do not promise the moon, but the 100 or so to start with them sounds reasonable
until you think that maybe 100 people a day or week may be biting the bait…
Any thoughts?

eddie

    Eddy Salomon - August 6, 2010 Reply

    Hello Fellow Eddie,

    I don’t know anything about the FHA or HUD rebates you’re referring to. The only thing I can suggest is that you always do your research to know for sure. Follow the steps in my scam video: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/scams and that should help you with your due diligence.

    In terms of the ads you may find on this site, the same advice apply. Do your research. Don’t assume because an advertiser paid to be here or on TV, Newspapers or magazines that they’re on the straight and narrow. I make it very clear what I personally recommend because I will write an article about it and usually have a video documenting that I have used said company. So never assume any ads on this site or any medium gives it legitimacy. Many websites have the same business model as your favorite TV network where the advertisers pay the bills so we don’t have to charge our users. Hope this all makes sense.

    You can find my personal recommendations here:
    http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations

    Good luck.

oldbuck - July 23, 2010 Reply

Eddy: I haven’t touched base here for over a year.
I see you are still trying to help folks help themselves.
There’s that old saying that plays well here:
You can lead a horse to water but you can’t make him drink.
To anyone that see’s this.
All the “information” you will need to be successful is here,
However: The “stimulation” or drive to succeed is only found “inside yourself”.
You will need both to win.
Good luck. from oldbuck

    Eddy Salomon - July 25, 2010 Reply

    Oldbuck,

    Has it really been that long? Either way too much time has passed by! 😉
    I appreciate you chiming. As always you have a creative way of expressing the truth and your observations. It’s definitely frustrating, sad and annoying when you provide folks the tools to help themselves and they just choose to ignore them because it requires just a little more effort on their part which on this site is nothing more than reading.

    But you’re absolutely right if folks don’t have that self motivating catalyst, there isn’t much I can do than to help the folks that do. So thanks for reminding of that! Sad thing is someone will probably just ignore the great advice you just gave in this article. lol

    In any event, you’re missed. Don’t wait a year again to chime in. Your comments are always entertaining and useful.

andy hillard - July 23, 2010 Reply

send me info

Esther - November 18, 2009 Reply

Eddy, thanx for your good work and guideline. But, (yes BUT), you said it was free, free of charge. When I saw the payment bit and just couldn’t believe it! Eddy, it’s not about money that you charge (after going through all your videos and clicking the READY button, there was some dollars needed to sign up) NO Eddy, it’s about integrity. Honesty is very important, especially to some of us who have been scammed in these work at home schemes. Please let people know they will have to pay right from the begging and then they will choose the way to go. All of these schemes have proves of pay, videos etc, what would set you aside Eddy from all the scammers would be transparency, it surely wouldn’t be the videos, the websites etc. Correct me Eddy if I am wrong, but I am sure I got it all well, marketing or not, misleading put people off, big time! I know nothing is for free but why not mention it or may be omit the phrase ‘IT’S FREE’ in your Video? I need clarity clarity, if you may. Thanx Eddie, Hope to read yours soon.
Dissappointed Esta

    Eddy Salomon - November 18, 2009 Reply

    Esther,

    I have no idea what you’re talking about. I don’t own a rebate processing site nor do I charge for any information I provide on this site. So I’m totally lost.

ebony - September 30, 2009 Reply

Hey thanks for all your insight on jobs, but I do know of one work @ home job that is legitimate its called liveops.com it’s customer service based all you pay is $50 for your background check and then they will supply with everything you need. I have been looking all over the site I’m not a Medical Transcriptionist but I’m willing to work @ home I work a company called GSI and I answer for American Eagle I have years and years of Customer service are there any jobs out there in this field? I didnt do liveops b/c talking to ppl all day is a bore id rather have my info sent to me something like Data Entry.

Mia - July 16, 2009 Reply

Hey. I love this website a lot of useful information. I love the idea of working from home and still having a life. Having to answer to no one. I have been checking out this links for data entry, processor, shopper. anything to take up my time. If any one can help just give me a link of all these. I feel like i click on one site and it brings me to many more. Thanks for any information and help. haha It may just be me.. not knowing how to work this.

Tatirah Glenn - June 29, 2009 Reply

Hello Eddy,
I am looking for extra money and I am a person who is very skeptical of work at home jobs but after reading your posts I might just go ahead and try one of the ones you recommend. Thanks!

Callie - June 7, 2009 Reply

Wow … very well said Eddy & Old Buck.

Within your words there’s enough motivation and inspiration for any work from home seeker to gain encouragement from in order to continue searching for their home employment passion.

I’m a living example of how my “I’m not giving up” attitude eventually paid off nicely in terms of finding legitimate work from home.

Keep up the “babbling” Eddy! 😉

Ray Buck - June 6, 2009 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
Eddy: I probably learned that quote from you.

Makes me wonder how many others out there you may have taught things
and they don’t realize or remember where they learned it. :0)

What a winning combination.
You do what you love, for people you care about, and make money for your family at the same time.
This should serve as a great example for all those out there
considering your line of “work at home”.
oldbuck

    Eddy Salomon - June 7, 2009 Reply

    Maybe Old buck. lol It makes me wonder too. At the end of the day it’s just good to know that I’m making a difference in some folks lives. Some are nice enough to shoot me an email or post on the blog. But either way it’s just good to know I can do my part to help folks like yourself that support this blog and make my success possible. After all if none of you thought my babbling was useful I would still be working for an idiot boss some where.

    In any event as always Old buck you have great words of wisdom to share. I agree with you 100%. Make work at home something you love and not something you have to do. Too much of our lives are spent on jobs that we have no real passion for. With work at home if you’re patient and choose the right industry you too can get paid for what you love. If I can do it, we all can do it!

Ray Buck - June 6, 2009 Reply

@Eddy Salomon:
Eddy: I couldn’t help making a suggestion.
You could have included the old quote from Thomas A. Edison: I have not failed, I’ve just found 10,000 ways that don’t work.
And after all that: we have electric lights today. :0)
That’s determination & dedication, and what one might need to succeed, as you’ve suggested here.
You ‘turn lights on” for people everyday with your “helps & cautions” for at home workers.
From:
One of your biggest fans,
oldbuck

    Eddy Salomon - June 6, 2009 Reply

    Hey Old Buck!
    Always great to hear from you. I’ve actually used that Thomas Edison quotes in one of my workathomecareers.com job alerts or on my quote of the day tweets on twitter. It’s one of my favorite quotes. Most of the successful people have lived this quote. Its words to live by for anyone. So thanks for mentioning it here.

Danny - April 20, 2009 Reply

First off, I would like to say that your site ROCKS!!! I’ve been searching for an online business for about three years but with no success yet.. It’s been hard to research a company with lack of information. Then I’ve found your site, and I just have to say “AWESOME”. I can research a company using your site with no hassle, it’s totally easy.. Thanks for your effort and time into this site.. Now enough about that..I have one question for you, hope you don’t mind answering.. Exactly how long have you been a member with Wealthy Affiliate University? How much do you average in income per month? Finally, how long did it take to reach your potential income? I am really interested in this program.. Thanks

    Eddy Salomon - April 20, 2009 Reply

    Hey Danny,

    Thanks for the kind words man. I’m glad that I’ve restored your faith in the work at home industry. It’s brutal out there with all the crap.

    To answer your questions.

    1. I believe its been about 2 years now.

    2. I’m a bit shy by nature and don’t want to sound like those gurus touting about all the money they make. But let’s put it this way. I own a condo & live in a pretty nice suburb of New York. My wife no longer needs to work. She is now home with me raising our princess. I fired my old fortune 100 company that was paying me nearly 90k per year to work for myself full time. I take 2-5 vacations a year & I’m actually in the process of looking for a vacation home to purchase. So that should give you an idea of how much I’m making.

    3. Now the road to this point was over 10 years. It would’ve been a lot shorter if I wasn’t such a penny pincher and invested in courses, ebooks, etc. Instead I learned everything on my own and made a lot of mistakes. But I can’t complain because those experiences shaped me and made me a better affiliate & person. But it was very costly in terms of all the years I spent working for the man and making them rich. Ironically the year I decided to spend thousands of dollars in affiliate courses, ebooks, mentoring, etc is when I finally broke free of my dependency on “the man” & his job. But even prior to that I always made some decent side money with my affiliate career. I think once you receive your first payment or make your first dollar with affiliate marketing, it opens your eyes to the possibilities. I remember thinking to myself, “Wow, you really can make money at home without a job! I need to figure how to do this full time.” And so I did. But it wasn’t without sacrifices. I can’t tell you how many times I failed with trying to make money at home. However i’ve learned that most successful people tend to be the same way. The difference between them and others is they’re not afraid to fall. Instead they say failures as one step closer to success. And that’s how I was.

    That’s why when you read my article:
    http://www.workathomenoscams.com/aff I emphasize the fact that you need to have an unwavering dedication to succeed. You have to be willing to run through obstacles because you’re bound to meet them on this road to freedom. You have to be willing to work harder than you’ve ever done before. You have to be able to block 99.9% of the population that are going to say you’re crazy and can’t make it. And some of those folks are going to be the people you love the most. Quitting isn’t an option for those that want this to work. So that’s what you need to consider before getting involved in this career. Sites like http://www.GoWealthyAffiliate.com can teach you the ropes and help you avoid the pitfalls that folks that go it alone will suffer. But ultimately it’s really up to you whether you succeed or not. So keep that in mind.

    Sorry if i sound like a negative nancy. I am really happy that so many of my visitors are now interested in this career. I just want to be real about what to expect. Because it’s not for everyone and it takes a certain type of mentality to succeed with this career.

    In any event, I hope this helps. Apologies for the babbling. I really love this career so I tend to ramble on. lol

Williams - April 14, 2009 Reply

No i’m not ignoring at all and if i was i would have probably paid the fee already to sign up for it months ago but i haven’t nor will I. This is why i apreciate this site and others where you can get access to all of this information before you make a decision. I just wanted to know if that person really got actually earnings as he/she says they did & whether or not they found the opportunity online or elsewhere.

Williams - April 14, 2009 Reply

Hi Eddy. Did the person by the name of Paige who posted the message(on May 24, 2008 at 12:45am) about doing data entry at home and processing rebates give anymore details on how others in this community and work at home industry can get access to this opportunity?

    Eddy Salomon - April 14, 2009 Reply

    Umm, they advertise these type of sites all the time. You can do a search in Google and find tons of them. But I’m assuming you’re choosing to ignore the advice of the article above.

L J - March 29, 2009 Reply

Ed,

What do you know about a lady by the name of ” Mary Gersten ” ?

I have done some research. Some say she a rip off, other claim she not.
Who`s telling the turth ?

Thanks L J

Aleshia - March 13, 2009 Reply

Hello All,
I’m new to this site, however, I wanted to share my story. Just recently, I too was scammed into the whole rebate processor scheme. The only difference is that I paid $197.00 to get started!!! Eddy is so right! The way that they hook you is by telling you that all you need to do is pay X amount of money to get started & you will get all of the training that you need. They also tell you that you will have 24/7 support via email or phone, but if you email, you could be waiting for days to get a responce & if you call their TOLL FREE # then you would be on hold for what seems like FOREVER! I never did actually talk to anyone when I called, I always got angry & hung up!
It’s not until you pay the money to get started that they tell you, “OH, BY THE WAY” we don’t actually send you the companies to process rebates for, you have to sign up on this other site, there you will be able to chose which product(s) you would like to process rebates for. Then you need to market and promote that product as much as you possibly can. When someone clicks on your affiliate link and buys your product only then will you get a percentage of the cost of that product. Also, you have the choice as to weather or not you want to give your customers a rebate.
The problem with all of that is that not everyone is good at marketing for one. Plus, there is soooo much stuff on the internet already that you’re most likely not going to get noticed at all unless you pay a fortune for advertising. OH, & there is ALWAYS someone out there that wants to give you some more advice if you pay for it! Plus, the only way that you can make money is if you have “A LIST”!
The way that they really real you in is by telling you that there is a 100% money back guarantee, which by the way is also a bunch of BS! I’ve been fighting for my money back for quite some time now!
Don’t let them scam you like I got scammed!

Jeff - February 19, 2009 Reply

Thanks for all the suggestions. I think your information helps us newcomers. I’ll keep reading!

Kathie Knudtson - January 30, 2009 Reply

@Cheryl Long: Hi Cheryl, I know how you feel. When it rains it pours. I had a good god as a live in care provider. I was taking care of a guy who had an artificial leg, artificial eye, a pacemaker, and alzheimers. I had started taking care of him when I was hired by a gal who was just trying to get her own company up and running. On Dec. 3rd of 2007 The man’s wife(they didn’t live together) asked me to move in and take care of him. The offer was $3,000 a month + room and board. I jumped at the offer as I had been working split shift 7:30am-12:30 pm then 4:00pm-8:00pm and since I was living 15 miles away and the gas prices were crazy, who wouldn’t jump at it. Well the first moth I was paid $1180. The next 6 months I was paid $2500 a month. And I was buying ALL the groceries!!!! That man ate like a horse. I was spending $500 a month to feed him plus I made not 1 but 2 trips to my home town (100 miles away) to get all the food that I had in my house before I had moved down to Bismarck. Both of my car and truck were broke down. The man’s wife told me she was going to put his house & her house up for sale and buy a condo and move him in with her. I spent all the money that I had to fix my car and truck. I now had no job and no place to live as my pipes had froze up and busted in my home in Douglas and there was no longer any propane tank for heat and no money. I had to go through the labor board to get some of the money from the man’s wife. By the time I finally got some money from her my bills were piling up so the money was gone before I got it. I stayed with my oldest daughter and her family for awhile. My car broke down again and my tranny went out in my truck. No money to fix either one. I stayed with my daughter & then they got an eviction notice so I moved in with my youngest daughter, There was no phone, no transportation there so I moved in with my son and his girlfriend for awhile and babysat for free in exchange for a roof over my head. My ex called me and told me that there was new owner at one of the places that I used to work that was looking for help so he came up and picked me up and brought me down to his place let me take his truck to apply for the job and the guy said he would get back to me in a couple of days, Well the guy ended up in the hospital as he had a blood clot in his leg and had to have surgery. In the mean time, my son sent me a message on msn and told me that when he got home, my car was gone. I called Minot PD and they said it was impounded as the owner of the apartment complex had it towed for snow removal. I called the towing company the next day and they said it would be $203.25 for the tow bill plus an additional $30 per day that it was in their impound lot. Well I had no money to get it out and when I moved from my live in job, I had just enough money to rent a small storage unit and what ever I couldn’t fit in my storage unit I had in my car or my truck. Well when I went to get my personal belongings from my car they said that I couldn’t get any of it unless I paid them $50 + give them the keys and title to my car. So here I am screwed again. There are no jobs in this town, I am staying at my ex’s place and have no transportation. You talk about suicidal? That would be ME!!!!!!! If I can’t find some way of making money on line as this is my LAST resource, I have no other choice. I really have nothing else to lose. I have found another truck like mine that has a good tranny in it for $400 but I have no money and no way of getting any at this point in time. God help us both Cheryl, Kathie P.S. if you would like to email me you sure can. kathiekk@hotmail.com also if anyone out there has any suggestions please let me know ASAP I am getting desperate not to mention depressed.

Robert - January 13, 2009 Reply

Dear Eddy, thank you for the good article on GDI. I don’t think I had any problem cancelling out with my phone call. I’d asked for it a few days ago from my direct sponsor. So, I called them today and cancelled. I hadn’t yet paid them any money. I still want to get a web-site going. I need to read some more and investigate. Have you seen http://www.callingcards.com? Looks like a good affiliate program. I haven’t tried it yet. Thank you, Robert.

Eddy Salomon - January 13, 2009 Reply

Hi Robert,

I am sorry to hear you fill victim to this misrepresented opportunity aka a lie. ;).
I definitely put it up there with envelope stuffing. That was a great example!
In any event as luck would have it, another friend of the site has asked us about GDI so I went ahead and wrote a review listed here:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2009/01/13/is-gdi-global-domains-international-a-scam/

I think it should give you some insight. Definitely take the time to go through our site, we have a wealth of information and so many ways you can make money from home that are legitimate. It’s just a matter of taking the time to read through all the material. If you do it will be worth your while.

I would suggest the following pages:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/articles
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/ask
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/scams

It should cover everything you need to know. If you like what you’re reading and want to stay current on new articles we launch, be sure to subscribe on the following page:
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Hope this helps.

Take care.

Eddy

Robert - January 12, 2009 Reply

Dear Eddy, Thank you for the Rebate Processing article. I, too, was swayed by the misrepresentations. To some people, a lie is not always a lie. It depends on who you’re telling it to. It reminds me of how they used to misrepresent the old envelope stuffing “opportunities.” They’d say, “The envelopes and postage are provided.” They don’t tell you that you need to put ads in publications asking people to send you a self-addressed envelope with postage on it for you to send them your flyers selling things. Here’s something pretty new. What do you think of Global Domains International (GDI)? They are hosting new web-sites with the new prefix of .ws, for only $10/mo. The opportunity is you recruit people and GDI pays you a dollar a month for as llong as that person you’ve recruited to have a web-site stays with GDI. Plus, they pay that down a few levels, so its mult-level marketing of web-sites. I signed up and they gave me a web-site with my name in it and my own domain name and I haven’t paid them any money yet. But I have to soon if I want to keep with it. Or, call them on the phone and cancel out. Please tell me if you’ve heard of GDI. If you haven’t and you’d like to read the promotion, I’ll give you the web-site they gave me. But I don’t want to appear to be trying to sell this in your community. I’m looking hard for some way to make money at home with my computer. I haven’t looked at much ofl the information you’ve provided yet but I plan to. Thank you again, Robert.

Lisa - January 5, 2009 Reply

@~ Callie ~:
I was wondering how does this work

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