The simplest and easiest way to spot scams online is, LOGIC. Seriously simple logic. The example I’d like to use is a screenshot of one I came across in the PTR industry.
If the above is anywhere near as true, logic asks,
Why is this person trying to get you to sign up under them instead of enjoying themselves? And why would they use such a horrible photo!?
I would never say you could make that kind of money on Annika’s from surveys or focus groups but SOME the virtual jobs will lead to that and more. But those are real jobs. They take some sort of education, drive, or talent. They aren’t like clicking emails. Virtual jobs are things like someone wants you to create them a website, graphic, or the other end of the virtual jobs are selling products from home like Mary Kay.
If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is. If you’d got the talent, the drive, check out the virtual jobs and enjoy! In the early days I use to do a ton of them. It certainly does help make ends meet and pay back debts faster. http://www.amylynn.org/home/virtualjobs1