I receive between 5 and 20 emails per day offering fantastic new ways to start a home based business. I want to share one with you.  

I had placed an ad on Craigslist explaining the blog and what I am doing. I got emails for all types of services and opportunities.

I received this email from a gal (although it could be from anybody) named Cristy. Here is the first email. Notice the little fish icon at the bottom. Being a Christian I know what it means, the email was from a fellow Christian.

I answered the email and asked for more information. She is a fellow Christian so I can trust her (we’ll see).

Here is the reply. At this point the offer is from Partner with Cristy.com. Notice the fish icon again, this time she (or he) added a religious quote.  Wow, and I am one of the first five to respond (not likely).

I sent a reply stating I would like more information, but if it is more hype and no information, don’t bother. Here is the 3rd reply  3rd Reply part 2.

Now instead of Partner with Cristy ,I am looking at an offer from Daily Income network. Then they post a link to Free Cash Machine and EC Marketing. And all of a sudden I am no longer one of five, but one of hundreds.

By this point I am both intrigued and sure this will end up being another waste of time. But, I figured I would visit the site.

The link goes to a YouTube Video from Daily Income Network. The first thing the video claims is (once again) No Hype .Then proceeds to give you 27 minutes and 43 seconds of nothing but pure hype.

The video goes on to explain the offer is now from Zip, Nada, Zilch (not Partner with Christy, Free cash machine, EC Marketing or Daily Income Network).

Zip, Nada, Zilch has been identified as a pyramid scam by PayPal. They no longer pay anyone (they probably have never had a relationship to this company to begin with) using ZNZ.

ZNZ claims they have had a relationship with PayPal for ten years. The company (ZNZ) was formed in 2007. It is now 2011 that’s four years not 10 years. Remember folks, do the math!!

So far the whole thing ends up being another site like FusionCash. They send you trial offers and you can receive compensation for completing the offers.

The problem is most of the offers they give you cost money (not free) to get involved. The even go so far as to give you a screen shot of the offers.

They then show you a dozen offers. 3 of them pay 1.00 credit (not sure what a credit is worth, but I’ll bet it’s not much) for completing the free offer.

If you look at the other 9 offers (in green boxes) they pay 1.00 credits as well, but cost you anywhere from $1.95 to $15.99 to complete. Now here comes the math again, if you receive 1 credit for a free offer then why would only get 1 credit when you spend $15.99 for an offer?

So far we have heard nothing about the multiple payments of $20 from PayPal like they promised in the video.

Here is the pay-off pitch. The program doesn’t want to pay you for completing offers, they want you to refer people to the program. And then they supposedly pay you $20 for each referral.

Want to know how to lose a friend in less than a month? Get them involved in an internet marketing scam.

As you already know I don’t use the word scam lightly. This, my friends is a scam.

I would bet, whoever supplies the offers, pays ZNZ (or whoever they are) a commission for people who sign on and complete the offers. There is nothing of any real value offered, just the opportunity to take advantage of people looking for honest work at home opportunities.

I guess I just don’t have the heart to take money from people, when I haven’t earned it. And I also guess this is not a problem for many. This is one more reason for me to keep this blog up and running.

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