Thousands of people, every day, try to develop a way to make money at home. With all the advertisements and proposed get-rich-scams, one cannot help but to delve into the unknown, as a banner, pop-up, or some flashy icon grabs their unsuspecting attention. “Looking to work from home? Click here to make a realistic $4000-5000 a month!” Sound familiar? It becomes agitating to look a little deeper, only to find out that its not understandable and buying into the program to make a purchase, only to find out that it’s severely outdated and provides little to none of value assistance. If you write and get paid for a living, read below to find a helpful alternative.
It can be overwhelming having to condense all the hype and “secrets” that make you tons of money. First there is BBB.com which one can just copy and paste the URL of the website to find the legitimacy of its services and products. I use BBB to determine whether or not the site practices safe business processes but BBB offers limited information and one cannot determine all the facts just because the business happens to be accredited.
If you are really interested in finding out what a programs offer and which sites are competent enough to provide you with a service, you will want to find a website that globalizes all the information into a single website with easy and searchable topics. Getting started with your home based projects should, on your part, be analyzed and assessed to differentiate the true values of service and products; before you waste any more money on useless crap.
A lot of the stuff out there just doesn’t live up to what the seller claims and usually is a desperate attempt to leech as much money as possible because of their failing entrepreneurships. If you are a writer or just an ‘honest’ person who wants to do their part in making these scams known, you can make money just by writing a simple review or giving your opinions and experiences with various websites; keeping others from getting scammed with your research into the websites catalogued within “The Report Card.” I am a member of, The Report Card, and I write for a living. I found this site to be particularly helpful in supplementing my income and knowledge.
The Report Card is basically, like a teacher grading a student’s assignment. If you have experience regarding proposed get rich scams or useless services, we would like you to write it down and we will catalogue it for you; the best part is, you get paid for it. You can do some research on various sites or choose one from the list and grade it, comment on it or just choose a product on the list to see if it is actually a legitimate one and if it suits your needs for whatever you necessitate. The Report Card is a community of people who fell victims to these scams or have experience with a lot of scams; even just people who want to police the cyberspace and report the useless ones.