Welcome back and time to take another look at those pesky email scams I’ve been talking a lot about. Well folks, I have to ask the question, why is my PayPal account locked over and over?! I always get these emails saying there is suspicious activities and that it has either been locked or temporary limited.
Name: Survey Junkie
Overall Rank: 55 out of 100
Survey Junkie Overview
I’m going to review another survey site and see if it’s worth your time and how you much you can potentially earn. You may have heard about this particular site before as this is one of the more well-known survey sites. The question that you and many others may have is how much money can you make with Survey Junkie? Is it worth your time or is it just like all the other survey sites where you give them a try only to be rejected? Read on to find out!
Owners: Prodege, LLC
Overall Rank: 50 out of 100
It’s time to take a look at another make money website and see if it really does make you some decent money or is a time waster. Today I’m going to be taking a look at the site Swagbucks. So what is swagbucks.com? Well, for starters, they offer different ways to earn some money on their site, but you earn what’s called swagbucks.
It’s time for another review of a make money site and see if it will really earn you a decent amount of money. Today, we’re going to be looking at a site called paidverts. What is paidverts.com, you ask? Well, I’m going to get into that, but to sum it up, it’s an advertisement site where you can earn money and even promote your own ads. Now some of the other sites I’ve viewed let you click ads to earn money such as Superpay.me, but they don’t let you create your own ads to promote on their site.
Paidverts.com is based out of Scotland and are owned by a company called LINSTOW LP. I came across this site from a YouTube video that was showing a certain way to make money from this particular site. I found it very interesting, but the method that the video was promoting, doesn’t appear to be found anywhere on the site, at least since I joined. Well without further ado, let’s get into it.
I’m back with another look at phishing emails. I want to take a look at how PayPal phishing emails are getting more sophisticated and that may be true for phishing emails in general. This is in regard to a particular phishing email I received not too long ago.
If you’ve read some of my previous posts regarding phishing emails, such as the one regarding an Apple phishing email, you’ll have read some of the specifics of how to spot it being a fake email and not become a victim of these type of scams. I will also talk about those again here because I want everyone to have the information needed to not fall victim to one of these types of emails.