I’ve talked about OLSP before and how it’s a system designed to make you money through Affiliate Marketing. While the OLSP System uses Affiliate Marketing to make money, it does do it a bit differently than Wealthy Affiliate and it does make you commissions faster as well, provided you take action by what is taught there.
In myreview of OLSPand some other information about it, I’ve mentioned that they have a bootcamp which comprises the beginning of the training and that if you complete it, you’ll get paid $20 (as long as you’re a new member and do it within 14 days of signing up).
A lot of people are very familiar with Windows Defender as it is a legitimate program from Microsoft that helps your computer system stop threats such as viruses, malware, and other threats. I use another system instead that better defends my computer against viruses, but Windows Defender is still nice to have as a bit of a helpful backup. So if Windows Defender is a legitimate program by Microsoft, and is included in the latest versions of Window, then how is it possible that there’s a Windows Defender scam?
Well I will get into that next, but I do also want to mention that scammers will use whatever they can to try to scam you to get money out of you so even if there is something legitimate, scammers will try to use that against you to get your hard-earned money. If you want to read about some of the other phishing email scams that I have received, you can clickhereand go through my list.
Well folks, it looks like I’m due for a tax refund! I received an official email from the IRS saying that they owe me over $500! All I have to do is click the claim form button in the email and it will take me to their official website where I just fill out the form that they need and I’ll be able to get a refund! I mean, there’s no ways this could be from an IRS scammer!
This is definitely legitimate right? I mean it’s not every day that I get an email from the IRS saying that they owe me money. In fact, I can’t think if any other time I’ve ever gotten an email from the IRS so it definitely must be from them. Even the email address looks like it’s legitimate as it says irs.gov.
It’s time to go back to phishing scams because unfortunately, this is the time of the year they can get really bad. The holiday season is now officially upon us and that means scammers are going to go into overdrive to try to take away your hard-earned money.
I received an email the other day that was supposedly from a very well-known online retailer and at first glance, I briefly thought it was a legitimate email from them. Then I decided to open the email fully and read what it said as well as clicked the link inside of it and I quickly learned that it definitely was not from this online retailer.
It’s that time of year again where Wealthy Affiliate has their Black Friday special! I’ve been locked in at their Black Friday special price for a few years now and it has been well worth being a premium member. Things are a little different this year at Wealthy Affiliate as they do have a new membership type available that’s above premium. Trust me, after reading this, you’ll want to take advantage of the Wealthy Affiliate Black Friday Special.
The good news is that the premium plus membership will have its very first Black Friday special at Wealthy Affiliate and it is one heck of a deal. I will be going over what each membership level has and why you should take advantage of the Black Fridays specials if you haven’t already at Wealthy Affiliate. I’ve been a member of Wealthy Affiliate for at least 5 years now and it is worth every penny.