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  1. #1
    artistic wings
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    Default Making money online - thank you... :)

    Thank you for your kind email and warning - I promise not to pay anyone to

    work from home". Any legitimate employer of any type is not going to require

    money up front - unless you're going into business with a company like Avon,

    Herbalife, or another like enterprise.



    I'm just simply looking for legitimate companies which as you say, are in

    short supply at this time. I know how to work from my home - have done so in

    many ways over the years and am currently just in a "down" spot. As for

    someone recommending parties for children? Thank you, no. I raised mine -

    did that enough already. Not that it wouldn't be good but - there is so much

    involved I don't think my physical location (30 miles to the nearest town)

    would be a plus with fuel costs as they are. I feel the right thing will

    come along eventually.



    What is truly irritating is that I was sent a link privately from someone

    who recommended a site that is simply listing all of the "other survey sites

    to sign up with - and none of them legitimate for actually making money

    without SPENDING it first. The majority of the offers say you need to

    complete 2-3 "gold or silver" offers before your cash will be available.

    Talk about an oxymoron. I will be very careful what I ask/wish for from now

    on, I can tell you. The old bait and switch sure is out there in full swing

    - and I am thankful I used an e-mail I set up specifically for such things -

    the spam mail is amazing!



    Thanks for all the replies - something will come along. At the moment I'm an

    aspiring artist with a block but the painting urge is about to return and I

    might just be listing my art on eBay in the near future. First I have to

    paint a bedroom! LOL

      

    Roxanne



    From: pscheiner





    Roxanne,



    Be careful. There are many, many scams intended to fleece you out of

    $20 (handling cost they claim) to give you more information on the

    home work opportunity. True internet paying jobs are few and far

    between right now.












  2. #2
    angies_groups
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    Default Making money online - thank you... :)



    Here are a few things to stay away from:

    http://www.associatedcontent.com/art...will_part.html

    (again, I hope the link comes through
    okay).



    …angie








    From: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of artistic wings

    Sent: Wednesday, July 09, 2008
    9:12 PM

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    Subject: Budget101.com : Making
    money online - thank you...








    Thank you for your kind email and warning - I promise
    not to pay anyone to

    work from home". Any legitimate employer of any type is not going to
    require

    money up front - unless you're going into business with a company like Avon,

    Herbalife, or another like enterprise.



    I'm just simply looking for legitimate companies which as you say, are in

    short supply at this time. I know how to work from my home - have done so in

    many ways over the years and am currently just in a "down" spot. As
    for

    someone recommending parties for children? Thank you, no. I raised mine -

    did that enough already. Not that it wouldn't be good but - there is so much

    involved I don't think my physical location (30 miles to the nearest town)

    would be a plus with fuel costs as they are. I feel the right thing will

    come along eventually.











  3. #3
    certified
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    Default Making money online - thank you... :)

    You won't get rich doing surveys online but the extra money always helps. Dedicate yourself to doing every survey as soon as it reaches your inbox. Some I know have a separate email for surveys only. Here is a site that lists only good, solid trustworthy companies. Sign up with as many as you can. http://www.webspawner.com/users/danie3304/index.html I don't sign up for any that do sweepstakes as 'prizes'. I want cash or points that will add up.

    Alma Certified, One of a Kind... Friends _Freebies


  4. #4
    Rustey
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    Default Making money online - thank you... :)


    Alma, thank you so much. You’ve been very informative --- it’s
    appreciated!

    ~ 14.0pt;font-family:"Blackadder ITC";color:#7030A0;">Rustey
    11.0pt;color:#1F497D;">

    <div style="border-top:solid #B5C4DF 1.0pt;">
    10.0pt;">From:10.0pt;"> Budget101_@yahoogroups.com
    [mailto:Budget101_@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of certified

    Sent: Friday, July 11, 2008 1:51 AM

    To: Budget101_@yahoogroups.com

    Subject: Budget101.com : Re:Making money online - thank you...




    You
    won't get rich doing surveys online but the extra money always helps.
    Dedicate yourself to doing every survey as soon as it reaches your inbox. Some
    I know have a separate email for surveys only.





    Here
    is a site that lists only good, solid trustworthy companies. Sign up with
    as many as you can. http://www.webspawner.com/users/danie3304/index.html





    I
    don't sign up for any that do sweepstakes as 'prizes'. I want cash or
    points that will add up.









    <span style="font-family:"Comic Sans MS";color:#8080FF;">Alma


    <span style="font-family:"Comic Sans MS";color:#8080FF;">Certified, One of a Kind...


    <span style="font-family:"Comic Sans MS";color:#8080FF;">Friends _Freebies

    <span style="color:




  5. #5
    Rustey
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    Default Making money online - thank you... :)

    Thanks, Angie.

    It's helpful !!!

    ~ Rustey in DE



    From: ] On

    Behalf Of angies_groups



    Subject: RE: Budget101.com : Making money online - thank you...








  6. #6
    Candy
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    Default Making money online - thank you... :)

    Why Associated Content? I know several people that make money writing for

    them. Me I can't write. lol

    Candy





    On 7/10/08, angies_groups <angies_groups@comcast.net> wrote:

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    > Here are a few things to stay away from:






 

 

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