There are a lot of different applications for smartphones these days and there are some that can actually make you money. I haven’t tried a lot of them out, but there are a few that I have given my time to. So what is the On My Way App? Well you’ve come to the right place as I’ll explain exactly what it and if it’s worth your time at all.
This particular app is available for both Android and iPhones so there should be no issue with either camp giving this particular app a try. I will say though that it will always want to have access to your location which is necessary if you want to earn anything from this app. Well without further ado, let’s check out the On My Way App.
Phishing emails seem to be more prevalent these days and it seems lately that I’ve been getting more and more of them. I’ve talked about some of the ones I’ve received in the past especially those that are supposedly from Apple, Netflix, and Amazon, just to name a few.
Obviously they’re not real emails from those companies and I’ve talked about what to look out for in which it shows they are phishing emails trying to get your precious login information to the actual companies you have accounts with. I’ve even shown aPayPal phishing emailthat I’ve received in the past.
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For anyone who hasn’t heard of Superpay.me, it is a free site that you can join to make a little bit of extra money a few different ways. There are surveys, offers, videos, contests, and more that you can do to make money. I’m going to be taking a look at all of it and determine if this is really a great way to make some money.
There are so many scams out there online especially just waiting for you in the inbox of your email. I’ve talked about the different kinds email phishing scams out there ranging from PayPal, to Apple, and even Netflix.
Well today, we’re going to be taking a look at another that involves a very popular online retail giant. I’m going to take a look at what makes it a phishing email such as the email address itself, to the body of the email, and any common spelling and grammatical mistakes that you see in these type of emails. The email is an Amazon phishing email and so without further ado, let’s take a closer look.
There are many different kinds of apps made for your smartphone and a lot of them claim to make you money in some kind of way. Some are surveys, some promise to bring you traffic to something you’re promoting and others claim to make you money for pretty much doing nothing other than using your smartphone.
I’m going to be taking a look at a specific type of app for your phone that claims to send you money instantly based on your actual 9 to 5 job. Sounds like kind of an interesting concept doesn’t it?