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First and foremost, I would like to apologize to my loyal subscribers about last week. I usually make it a point to post an article at least twice a week. But I was helping my wife, her family and friends prepare for our first Baby shower.

Honestly, I'm so happy I'm a man for so many reasons. lol I couldn't believe all the energy that goes into the preparation of a baby shower. These women are nuts. They hand made the invitations, thank you cards, the favors, table center pieces, etc. If it were up to me I would've went straight to the local Hallmark store and just bought everything premade! But then again, I'm a dumb guy. What the heck do I know? In any event, that's why I've been away from you guys. But just in case you think I'm lying, Here are some pics for your enjoyment. Dudes, feel free to scroll pass them and jump into today's article.

Back To Business…

A few weeks ago I wrote an article discussing the concept of the "Best Work At Home Company". If you haven't read it, go and do so now. I'll wait…. Hopefully you went and read the article. If not be sure to read it later. In a nutshell, I argued the best company for me isn't necessarily the best company for you. But I know some of you were still wondering what are the best companies that Eddy works with. Since you've twisted my arm about it, I've decided to create a video on one of my favorite BBB listed work at home companies. I've been working with this company for years and have made some great money and also acquired a lot of free gadgets such as TVs, Ipods, and much more. (The gadget thing will become a lot clearer when you watch the video.) In either case this company has consistently made me money and has a good standing among work at home seekers that are smart enough to join the company and take advantage of all the ways to earn with them. Hopefully you'll enjoy the video and will decide to join the company I've recommended.

Warning!

I'm going to be real with you, This isn't one of those videos where I show you how I made a million dollars in a year. I recently saw one of those videos and it was impressive. But I know that seems out of reach for people. So this video is one of my modest ways of making money. I'll eventually show some videos on how I made hundreds and thousands of dollars per month with certain money making things I do. But we'll build up to that. I think it's important you get your feet wet with some sure fire easy ways of making money at home.

So keep that in mind when you're watching it. I'm almost positive that there will be comments such as: "That's not that much money!" or "That's not worth my time!". My answer is very simple to those "Negative Nancys". If you're already making money spending hours per day searching for work at home jobs, then you're right!  You shouldn't join the company I'm suggesting in the video. But I would argue 99.99% of you aren't making a dime "searching for work at home" and if that's the case, then you'll appreciate seeing some type of income coming in. If that's you, take action after watching the video and join one of my favorite work at home companies!

Let me know what you guys think by leaving a comment below. By the way, if you feel someone else may appreciate the video feel free to share it with others.

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Tinacravens - April 4, 2012 Reply

For those of you calling Eddy a scam artist, please , please, humor us by coming back in a few months when you have lost your ass from an online scam you have gotten yourself into.. Look forward to hearing from you but I bet that will not happen.. It is like this people, would you buy a new car without test driving it, or would you purchase a house sight unseen. I think not, everything these days needs to be researched to the end of the earth and back we live in a very sad world where scams like Eddy exposes are EVERYWHERE.  

    Eddy Salomon - April 4, 2012 Reply

    Amen Tina! Thanks for chiming in.

Eddy Salomon - April 4, 2012 Reply

You’re a perfect example of how people don’t read anymore. As I stated in the video, points can be redeemed for cash which from what I remember can still buy you things like milk or whatever else you heart desires. And this is why everyone should be skeptical of when someone calls a company or person a scam. Sometimes it’s based on absolutely nothing as your claim was here. But thanks for further proving my point on why people fail at work at home: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2012/03/13/top-5-reasons-people-fail-at-work-at-home/
and why you can’t believe all the scam accusations online: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2012/03/26/top-3-reasons-its-not-a-work-at-home-scam/

Your comment illustrates my points perfectly! Thanks for chiming in!

Pat - April 3, 2012 Reply

You are a scam artist …oh by the way can I buy a gollon of milk with a voucher? Is there some special grocery store out there that does that? Please  do not waste my time with your … I have no idea where you make your money but it sure is not here. Discustred… 

Eddy Salomon - April 2, 2012 Reply

Hi, We’ve always argued that surveys can’t be used to pay your bills. They’re just good for extra or supplemental income. That’s why we list real jobs every day here: http://www.workathomenoscams.com and recap them every week here: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/category/work-from-home-job-leads/

We’re a big proponent of multiple streams of income. So we will always provide various ways of achieving that. Not everyone is looking for replacement income. Some folks just want a few different ways to make a little extra money on the side and surveys and other opportunities are perfect for this. So it’s all about choices and picking what’s right for you. Fortunately this site offers enough options for everyone.

Marcos Esteban - April 2, 2012 Reply

This is for users that have way to much time on their hands, it does not generate enough income to pay REAL bills. I have been doing surveys for quite some time and found out that in order to make real money you have to glue your butt to chair and sit in front of a screen 16-20 hours a day which is ridiculous.

Eddy Salomon - March 25, 2012 Reply

Unfortunately that can happen with market research companies. Although it shouldn’t happen every time!

You can try the following companies where you’re always guaranteed to be accepted and earn something:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2010/07/19/is-instantcashsweepstakes-com-a-scam/
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2011/12/05/is-paidviewpoint-com-a-scam/

Don’t let this one company turn you off. Just move on to something better.

Rdtice - March 24, 2012 Reply

I was a member of mysurvey.com for several months and 8 out 10 surveys that I attempted to take I was disqualified for in the prescreening questionaire. Most of the time I got the message ‘we have enough people that fall into your profile’. Mysurvey.com was a complete waste of my time.  

Angelitgatorres2012 - March 22, 2012 Reply

Eddy i like the video and after looking at it i felt like why not give it a shot, because it’s like you said when you are looking for work on line you do not get any money at all. But doing this survey you can earn some money. So thank you for all your help, please keep up the great work helping all of us who want to work from home.

Eddy Salomon - March 21, 2012 Reply

It amazes me how loosely the word scam is thrown around on the web. People seem to use it anytime they don’t like something about a company. Rather than the real meaning of a scam which is a company is stealing money from you or deceiving you.

In any event, as I explained on the following article: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2007/09/11/is-mysurveycom-nfo-aka-my-survey-a-scam/ the points can be redeemed for cash and other stuff that people want. Like many legitimate companies they just points as their own type of currency. This way folks can pick and choose if they want cash or some of the other options. I’m not really big on these fake currencies that some of these companies make up.

But at the end of the day it’s a minor annoyance to deal with as long as I’m able to be compensated for my efforts which you are. Although lately, this company seems to haven fallen off since their merger.

Eddy Salomon - March 21, 2012 Reply

Well thank your Ron! It does my heart good to hear that I’ve given you new life in this industry! Your attitude is definitely an inspiration to me. I’m confident that you will be able to find something that will help you achieve your goals. Keep the positive attitude and take action on whatever appeals to you. Thanks again!

me - March 20, 2012 Reply

I just followed the link above and it is saying you don’t get paid…only voucher points. How is that not a scam?

Eddy Salomon - March 6, 2012 Reply

Hi TS,
Thanks for the kind words. I really appreciate it! It’s definitely not a secret that I get paid for what I do here.

I like helping people but I have bills to pay like the rest of you. lol So I’m very blessed to get paid to do what I love which is to teach people various ways of making money on their own. So it’s a win win for everyone.

I’m definitely not ashamed for being an affiliate. I find that most people want me to get paid for the valuable information I provide so it works out well.

Thanks again for chiming in!

    Ron Lopez - March 20, 2012 Reply

    You have been answer to many many prayers; your site has been a breathe of fresh air in the midst of the stale air of scammers and get rich quick schemes. I v’e become disabled through many different ways that have left me totally out of the the norm and have to find a way to make a living for my family. I’m only 56 and very far from throwing in the towel and waiting for the Government to take take of me. Bless you my Brother and Thank You!

Tsscibelli - March 6, 2012 Reply

Hello Eddy. I just found your site today and I wanted to tell you, it looks great. the layout, how MUCH info you have and share, your honest opinions, as well as the concept of truly trying to help and educate people while you build popularity (and income, I’m sure) for yourself. Heck, we’re all trying to make money out there! I can’t fault you if you’re only trying to do the same via great information. I’m brand-new to all this internet and affiliate marketing stuff and I look forward to learning~and earning!!!~ all I can from you.

“you can’t do better than trying to do good.”-(I just made that up and I like it! ; ])

Sincerely,

-T.S.

Marie - February 10, 2012 Reply

I dont know how much money you can make just by taking surveys, but i think they are a fun way to express your opinion and know that it can actually count for something.  i am one of those people who wastes hours a day on facebook too, but i enjoy that too.  i think some of these people should learn how to balance the two and find a happy medium somewhere.  i for one would like to thank you, Eddy for taking time out of your busy day to show us how to improve our lives a little!!

    Eddy Salomon - February 11, 2012 Reply

    Marie, you have the right attitude about these type of opportunities. You can’t really depend on surveys for consistent money or a lot of it but they’re fun to do and you’re getting paid for something you usually wouldn’t. So it’s a pretty good opportunity.

    I totally agree with you people spend tons of wasted times on places like facebook but if you used that time on places like these survey sites or other recommendations: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations you can actually make a bit of money and that’s better than earning nothing. So I’m glad you can appreciate that. Thanks for sharing! I really appreciate it. It’s always great to meet people that get it!

Emjt - January 27, 2012 Reply

I don’t know if you’ll see this, but you need to check your math.  127295 points at $10/1000 pts (or $.01 per point) is $1272.95.  I’m glad you’re not my accountant.

Eddy Salomon - January 26, 2012 Reply

Yeah they do this every couple of months. Keep checking back. It will be back.

ddunn11965 - January 26, 2012 Reply

Wish I could join MySurvey.  Got a message saying “MySurvey.com is not currently accepting any new registrations on our website. Please check back at another time.”   I’ll just keep trying the site at a later time.

Oralia Alamilla - January 23, 2012 Reply

Hey Eddy,
I just watched your video and will be giving it a try…thanks a bunch for the information. Ora

Shirley - January 12, 2012 Reply

Hi Eddy,
 I just finished watching your video and it sounds interesting, I wil give it a shot. I have been on disability for the past 6 yrs and it doesn’t pay the greatest, but I’m thankful for it. I just need to make a little extra income to help with bills that fell behind when I had to quit working. Thank you so much for the info.
                                                                                                                                Shirley

Eddy Salomon - January 9, 2012 Reply

You’re welcome! Glad you enjoyed it! Be sure to check out my other recommendations:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations and subscribe to my site if you want to read more of my articles:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/subscribe

Thanks again!

Nomadiapk - January 9, 2012 Reply

My name is Paula, my husband and I watched your video an found it very informative. Thank you.

Eddy Salomon - December 21, 2011 Reply

First and foremost, I’ve made very clear surveys aren’t a consistent way to make money. They’re one off opportunities that are nice to get when you qualify for them. They should be one of many multiple streams of income that one should have online to make some decent money if you can’t land a traditional work at home job like the ones we list daily here: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/jobs

That being said if we want to get into the detailed number crunching of what’s worth someone time. You should calculate the number of hours wasted online every day on facebook, youtube, email and other time killers. You add all that time up and you’re making nothing with those activities. At least with something like this and various other recommendations: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations you can actually earn something for otherwise “wasted time”. Last I checked that’s always better than earning nothing but my math may not be as strong as yours.

But thanks for sharing.

Acurac32a - December 20, 2011 Reply

127295 points 
1000 points = $10
$127.29 pay for 4243 surveys rated at 30 points eachor even worse $127.29 for 353.58 hours that is 4243 surveys at 5 minutes each surveyI mean yes you get to work at home but if you but the time spent online picking and choosing surveys plus the time spent actually filling them out times the cost of kilowatt hour for electricity you are more likely loosing money 

Syg Chana - December 5, 2011 Reply

Is this available in srilanka?

LaQuetta - November 27, 2011 Reply

How long did it take you to accumulate all those points? I’ve used the inboxdollars.com since like 08 or 09, and I’m just getting to $30 and I do surveys often as well as getting paid $.02/email I confirm. So just wondering how long it took you to get all those points.

Thanks. Sounds like a great opportunity.

    Eddy Salomon - November 27, 2011 Reply

    Hey you have to keep in mind that I run two popular websites that reach thousands of work at home seekers like yourself. So many of those points are a result of my ability to refer a lot of people who are interested in making money with surveys like this. So it didn’t take me that long. But obviously that wouldn’t be the case for someone doing this on their own. That being said you can earn on your own. Just understand it won’t be something that you can live off. Surveys are just nice one offs to have on occasion for extra money.

Felix - November 19, 2011 Reply

If you have made a million dollars with this business, what are you doing running this web site pal. If I made a million dollars, I would not be sharing the idea with anyone..that’s what most business people do.  So you are sharing your idea..wow !

    Eddy Salomon - November 19, 2011 Reply

    Uh, I never said I make millions of dollars with this business. Although considering all the years I have been doing it, I probably have when you add it all up. lol But keep in mind I get paid for sharing companies with you. So it’s stupid to keep all this information to myself. I make more by helping people make money. That’s the way business should be anyway. You should get paid to help people not hoard all the money and secrets to yourself. It’s that type of attitude that makes the world a crappy place. Just my two cents and as you can see it pays very well. 😉

Nicnienat - November 4, 2011 Reply

Eddie, I am trying to check out MySurvey.com on BBB, but am not coming up with anything. Why is that?

BiggDogg - November 4, 2011 Reply

I think that it is a great opportunity for the right person, however I think everybody should keep in mind you get out what you put in ONLY!!

    Eddy Salomon - November 4, 2011 Reply

    That’s definitely true especially for people getting a home based business.

Eddy Salomon - October 23, 2011 Reply

Check back in a week or two. MySurvey opens and closes registration. So that link will probably work again next week.

Rriggs - October 23, 2011 Reply

My Survey won’t load

Link - October 14, 2011 Reply

Eddie,
I was wondering do you have any real job for people who lived outside the US?
God bless you

Eddy Salomon - October 12, 2011 Reply

Betsy,
Sorry to hear about your personal experiences with surveys. The first misstep that you made was purchasing a list and believing the ridiculous claims of money that can be earned with surveys. It obviously set up an unrealistic expectation for you. We actually wrote an article about this here that is probably worth a read for you:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2007/08/21/paid-surveys-online-are-they-all-scams/

If you would have visited a site like this where we have reviewed surveys for free on a number of occasions: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/searchresults/?cx=partner-pub-9910655346658810%3Ad9mnmd-ceyj&cof=FORID%3A10&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=surveys&sa=Search&siteurl=www.workathomenoscams.com%2F2007%2F08%2F21%2Fpaid-surveys-online-are-they-all-scams%2F

You would have learned the following facts we always stress to people.

1. Surveys aren’t guaranteed money! They’re based on supply and demand. If you don’t fit a profile that is hiring a survey company, you’re not getting a survey. It’s nothing personal, it’s not a conspiracy, it doesn’t mean the survey company you signed up with is a scam. It just means your demographic isn’t attractive to some of the companies right now. It’s part of life.

2. You’re not going to earn hundreds or even $20 per hour as some of these paid survey sites will misrepresent. It’s more like a few cents here, a dollar or 2 here and there. The only type of market research that pays large sums of money are focus groups and you have to leave your home for them but totally worth it. We’ve discussed them here:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2008/01/08/focus-groups-got-paid-150/

3. You can’t support your family with surveys. See the first point I made.

Surveys are a nice way to make a bit of money when they are available. Unfortunately for certain demographics (which you may be in) you won’t see as many or any surveys. It sucks but that’s just how the cookie crumbles in marketing. Think about it from their perspective. If you’re selling products for people diabetes, does it make sense to pay people that don’t have diabetes for their opinions about a product meant to treat diabetes. It’s a waste of money and time.

In terms of the screening surveys, a lot of us agree with you on that. There are certain shady survey companies that do “screening surveys” which a lot of suspect are the full surveys but aren’t paying us for it. Fortunately there are great companies like Mysurvey listed above, PaidViewPoint http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2011/09/26/paidviewpoint-com-first-look/, ICS http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2010/07/19/is-instantcashsweepstakes-com-a-scam/ and others that still pay you for the screener surverys. That’s the way it should be but unfortunately not all survey companies feel that way. So in that case, screw them. Don’t work with them. It’s that simple. That’s what we do.

I understand your frustration. Unfortunately you were grossly mislead. But your statement that all paid online surveys are a scam is totally false. Like many people running around calling companies and certain industrires a scam, a lot of time it boils down to people being misinformed or upset something didn’t work out for them. It’s less about the company not being legitimate. Don’t get me wrong there are bad survey companies out there and middleman that add on to this. But just like in life there are also good companies out there.

In any event, don’t let your experience make you jaded. Trust me when i say it won’t make you money. Learn from your experience. Do research before you join something as we always suggest and have made easy with our scam video:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/scams

If you do you’d avoid the nonsense you went through. Ultimately there are tons of legitimate companies out there:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations

It’s just a matter of knowing where to find them which should be easier now that you’re on this site. Hopefully you actually take the time to read it and avoid making anymore blanket judgement calls. There is a world of possibilities out there for you if you don’t allow one negative experience to ruin it for you.

I wish you the best either way and thanks for sharing your personal experience. It’s definitely not what I’ve experienced and I’ve been getting paid for taking surveys for years. So have thousands of others that have visited this site. Best of luck to you.

Eddy Salomon - October 12, 2011 Reply

Betsy,
Sorry to hear about your personal experiences with surveys. The first misstep that you made was purchasing a list and believing the ridiculous claims of money that can be earned with surveys. It obviously set up an unrealistic expectation for you. We actually wrote an article about this here that is probably worth a read for you:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2007/08/21/paid-surveys-online-are-they-all-scams/

If you would have visited a site like this where we have reviewed surveys for free on a number of occasions: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/searchresults/?cx=partner-pub-9910655346658810%3Ad9mnmd-ceyj&cof=FORID%3A10&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=surveys&sa=Search&siteurl=www.workathomenoscams.com%2F2007%2F08%2F21%2Fpaid-surveys-online-are-they-all-scams%2F

You would have learned the following facts we always stress to people.

1. Surveys aren’t guaranteed money! They’re based on supply and demand. If you don’t fit a profile that is hiring a survey company, you’re not getting a survey. It’s nothing personal, it’s not a conspiracy, it doesn’t mean the survey company you signed up with is a scam. It just means your demographic isn’t attractive to some of the companies right now. It’s part of life.

2. You’re not going to earn hundreds or even $20 per hour as some of these paid survey sites will misrepresent. It’s more like a few cents here, a dollar or 2 here and there. The only type of market research that pays large sums of money are focus groups and you have to leave your home for them but totally worth it. We’ve discussed them here:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2008/01/08/focus-groups-got-paid-150/

3. You can’t support your family with surveys. See the first point I made.

Surveys are a nice way to make a bit of money when they are available. Unfortunately for certain demographics (which you may be in) you won’t see as many or any surveys. It sucks but that’s just how the cookie crumbles in marketing. Think about it from their perspective. If you’re selling products for people diabetes, does it make sense to pay people that don’t have diabetes for their opinions about a product meant to treat diabetes. It’s a waste of money and time.

In terms of the screening surveys, a lot of us agree with you on that. There are certain shady survey companies that do “screening surveys” which a lot of suspect are the full surveys but aren’t paying us for it. Fortunately there are great companies like Mysurvey listed above, PaidViewPoint http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2011/09/26/paidviewpoint-com-first-look/, ICS http://www.workathomenoscams.com/2010/07/19/is-instantcashsweepstakes-com-a-scam/ and others that still pay you for the screener surverys. That’s the way it should be but unfortunately not all survey companies feel that way. So in that case, screw them. Don’t work with them. It’s that simple. That’s what we do.

I understand your frustration. Unfortunately you were grossly mislead. But your statement that all paid online surveys are a scam is totally false. Like many people running around calling companies and certain industrires a scam, a lot of time it boils down to people being misinformed or upset something didn’t work out for them. It’s less about the company not being legitimate. Don’t get me wrong there are bad survey companies out there and middleman that add on to this. But just like in life there are also good companies out there.

In any event, don’t let your experience make you jaded. Trust me when i say it won’t make you money. Learn from your experience. Do research before you join something as we always suggest and have made easy with our scam video:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/scams

If you do you’d avoid the nonsense you went through. Ultimately there are tons of legitimate companies out there:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations

It’s just a matter of knowing where to find them which should be easier now that you’re on this site. Hopefully you actually take the time to read it and avoid making anymore blanket judgement calls. There is a world of possibilities out there for you if you don’t allow one negative experience to ruin it for you.

I wish you the best either way and thanks for sharing your personal experience. It’s definitely not what I’ve experienced and I’ve been getting paid for taking surveys for years. So have thousands of others that have visited this site. Best of luck to you.

Betsy - October 11, 2011 Reply

i have never made money from surveys at all, ever,!! so yes surveys are scams, i have purchased list of surveys and signed up for free,which turned otu to be the same companies and have not made a dime off of them , i always get the same thing after going through the whole survey that they have enough people already that fit my criteria!! and that is it , you either get all the way through and nothing to show for it, or you dont get to finish it an dhave nothing to show for it. so yes in my opinion survey taking is a scam you do not make money from them and if you do it is nothign as they claim!!

Mary - September 28, 2011 Reply

Mary

I was wandering what is the best online job for biomed tech, I love music, shopping, food.

Danielle - September 20, 2011 Reply

Hey, I’ve been part of this for months and have indeed redeemed Amazon gift cards and they came fine.  For the first time on MySurvey, I decided to redeem my points for PayPal instead.  That was on the 9th and it hasn’t come yet.  How long do you usually wait for PayPal, Eddy?  I’ve been wanting to have enough to purchase something online before the coupon expires and the wait is making me a bit paranoid.

    Eddy Salomon - September 20, 2011 Reply

    Danielle,
    Just from my experience they are a lot slower to send electronic gift certificates and payments than they use to be. I’ve had stuff delayed for weeks where a few months back it was redeemed within a few days or less. So I don’t know what’s really going on with them of late. Since their merger things haven’t improved in terms of redemption times. I get more surveys but if it takes forever to get my prizes, it’s not really incentivizing me to do more.

    Danielle - September 21, 2011 Reply

    Looks like I actually received the one from the 9th yesterday only hours after asking you here.  So it went from the 9th to the 20th.  Hm, it’s definitely a longer wait than, say, Swagbucks or ICS but I do feel better knowing that it’s not some big problem with MySurvey and PayPal.  There’s nothing quite like doing two hours of work and being paid $30 for it even if it takes a while for the money to get to you.  I just wish MySurvey posted an expected range for their rewards to arrive.

    Eddy Salomon - September 21, 2011 Reply

    Glad to hear it finally came. Better late than never. And you’re right it’s easy money. But I agree they need to follow suit with other companies like Swagbucks and ICS who send out prizes and payments relatively quickly. Thanks for reporting back! Enjoy your money!

Linzo - September 19, 2011 Reply

wow, I have been looking for a website like this for 10 years!!!  I am speechless!!  there is a truth!!  thank you Eddy!!

    Eddy Salomon - September 19, 2011 Reply

    Linzo,
    You’re welcome buddy! 10 years? Wow, I wished you would have found us sooner. Better late than never. Glad you did find us though. Take the time to read many more of our articles in particular my recommendations page: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations and you’ll be well on your way to the success you’ve been looking for!

Eddy Salomon - September 9, 2011 Reply

You’re welcome Dawn! Glad you appreciate the information and my corny humor!
Thanks for the blessings, I can never have too much of that. God bless you and your family as well!

Dawn - September 8, 2011 Reply

Hi,
 I just came across this site last week and I’m soooooooo following in your footsteps(smile)!!!! I joined ICS and now I’m going to join My Surveys. A million thank you for such an informative, educational and funny website and may God keep on blessing you and family each and every day.

Tc - August 25, 2011 Reply

Thank you Eddy for your quick response. I am new to your site in my search for a true and honest work at home position. I have already spent alot of $$$$$$$$ and wasted alot of time and resources. I was curious about your opinion of Clickbank.com.

    Eddy Salomon - August 25, 2011 Reply

    You’re welcome TC. We’ve all been where you are. But I’m confident as you read the site and take action on the various opportunities of interest to you that we’ve recommended you’ll be in a position to make money like many of the other people who follow this site.

    With that said, we list new jobs every day here:
    http://www.workathomenoscams.com/jobs
    It’s actually posted right on our facebook fanpage as well:
    http://www.facebook.com/workathomenoscams

    You should also read our work at home guide:
    http://www.workathomenoscams.com/workathomeguide it’s been a life saver for people like you.

    In terms of clickbank, it’s another affiliate network which is a great place for trained affiliates like myself: http://www.workathomenoscams.com/wareview
    But if you’re not a trained affiliate marketer, I don’t think anyone has any business trying to promote any products from there or any other affiliate network.

    I see a lot of newbies that make the mistake of trying to be a click bank affiliate without any real knowledge of internet marketing. And to me that’s like me trying to perform brain surgery when I never went to medical school. It’s just a bad idea. lol

    But I do like clickbank for finding new products. But like I say in many of my articles, always do your research before joining any opportunities or buying any type of products. We make that super easy with our scam video listed here:
    http://www.workathomenoscams.com/scams

    In any event, I’ve given you a lot to work with. So my suggestion is to spend the next couple of days reading the information on this site. And I’m sure within a few days you’ll be making money assuming you are open to the various options we provide.

Eddy Salomon - August 25, 2011 Reply

I think you’re referring to get paid to offers not this company. In either case, you have to do what makes you comfortable. No one is suggesting or encouraging dishonesty. The fact of the matter is most of the companies already know that many of the people doing offers won’t make them money. They’re betting on the ones that will and have already figured this math in terms of how much they’re paying folks to give their product or service a try.

If they weren’t going to make money they wouldn’t even allow you to get paid for trying such offers. That being said if that type of opportunity doesn’t sit right with you then just focus on the ones that do. It’s the reason we provide a lot of different options here:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations You have a lot legitimate choices in this industry. It’s just a matter of picking what works best for you and avoiding the ones that don’t.

Tc - August 25, 2011 Reply

When I tried something like this before I felt I wasn’t being like totally honest with people. Not really being interested in the products and not really having money to spend, I am just trying to fill out the offers to make that little extra money. Does this make since to anyone ? I felt like I was deceiving people.

caressa christison - August 24, 2011 Reply

EDDY, I HAVE SIGN UP TO DO A LOT OF SERVEYS BUT IT SEEMS LIKE I NEVER QUALIFY. WHY? PLUS ON TWO I HAVE WORKED HAD ON STILL HAVE NOT REACHED THE CASH OUT LEVEL OF 30.OO AND IT HAS BEEN 6 MONTHS. WHATS UP WITH THAT? 

    Eddy Salomon - August 24, 2011 Reply

    Read the comments below. I’ve already explained about how surveys work with demographics.

Kalishc1 - August 13, 2011 Reply

Hey Eddy,  I’m also new to your site and must commend you for providing such generours information to the public.  God bless you for sharing your strategies with the less fortunate.  An average businessmen looks only at his own profit, but an extraordinary and truly successful one considers his and all others’ profits into consideration.  I think you fall into the latter category.

    Eddy Salomon - August 14, 2011 Reply

    Thanks so much for these kind words. I’ve never heard that quote but I feel honored that you think it applies to my work on this site. Thanks again!

Eddy Salomon - August 9, 2011 Reply

You’re quite welcome. Glad to hear you’re reading the articles and taking action. Be sure to check out the rest of our recommendations here:
http://www.workathomenoscams.com/recommendations

tg317 - August 8, 2011 Reply

Hi Eddy, I’m new to your site, but I must say I appreciate the information you make available regarding work-from-home jobs.  I just signed up with mysurvey.com and earned 15 points within 30 minutes.  I’ll let you know how it works for me…I saw in some of your previous comments, that the amount of surveys received is based on demographics.

Margolynette07 - July 15, 2011 Reply

Hi Eddy,

Im looking to make some “real” money. Recommend any particular sites?

    Eddy Salomon - July 15, 2011 Reply

    I wasn’t aware that anything we cover was fake money. Visit our jobs page:
    http://www.workathomenoscams.com/jobs for traditional jobs if that’s what you’re looking for. Mysurvey does provide “Real” money. It’s not a lot but it adds up and you also have to keep in mind you aren’t making any “real” money for your opinions now. So keep that in mind.

Vikki7577 - June 23, 2011 Reply

Hi Eddy, I`am looking for a genune work frm home site, and I`am still to go through your recommended choics. I have cme across a site which unlike all says to be good and legal. But I suspect it be so, because any link on thepage(or site) leads you to the same page asking you to buy th product. I clicked on all possible ad available tab onthe site( Home, About us, Politics, Sports, Entertainment) all were linked to one same page. let me know if his is a scam. The link to that site………..  

http://newsdaily7

malikah - May 19, 2011 Reply

I have been with MySurvey since November 2010. The surveys are great and even if you don’t qualify you still get 5 points! I have redeemed 2 CVS gifts cards already!!! 

Judi - May 17, 2011 Reply

Just wanted to pass on some important information here regarding mysurvey.com  as of this moment, they are not accepting referrals nor are they sending out referral emails for their friends and family referral program.  If you log in and visit the “my friends” tab, you will see for yourself. 

    Eddy Salomon - May 18, 2011 Reply

    Thanks Judi, they sent out an email about this awhile ago. It’s an un-welcomed change. But I guess that’s life. Thanks again.

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