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Mike Richardson Work at Home SCAM - Tom Chilton, Los Angeles Tribue $5,000 to $7,000 Per Month Work at Home Lie...

Mike Richardson Work at Home SCAM - Tom Chilton, Los Angeles Tribue $5,000 to $7,000 Per Month Work at Home Lie...

I was on the New York Post and up pops an ad claiming to be some from fake Los Angeles Tribune about some fake guy named Mike Richardson written by some fake reporter called Tom Chilton -- claiming this fake, non-existent Mike Richardson makes $5,000 to $7,000 per month working less than 10 hours per week.

Yeah, right!

(Here's the URL they are working under now, called and Steals at Least $50 or $100 Per Month from Customers...

...those who don't dig past the lies of only $1.87 to download some fake report that probably doesn't tell them a thing anyway, and find the terms and conditions and searches thru all the crap for dollar signs and finds out:

"The monthly membership fee of $40 plus the monthly maintenance fee of $9.95 that I am authorizing will be automatically drafted monthly from my Credit/Debit Card or Checking Account..."My Search Cash" on my statement...

After 7 days, a $49.95 recurring monthly fee for My Search Cash membership will be billed to the credit card..."

So I don't know if those scamsters are charging people $49.95 or double that each month -- but I've heard they make it hard to cancel once they get those credit card numbers from unsuspecting people who just want to make money online.

Yes, You Can Make Money Online...

But most likely not from those scammers.

Now you see where they get the money to run those profitable ads all over the net -- but I don't see why Google won't stop them. Guess the money is too green...

Anyway, making money online is hard work and takes time and energy (a lot more than 10 hours per week) -- I spend at least 40 hours per week or more working online running different websites, and I'm praying my Google Adsense income will at least hit $1,500 this month.

I've made $5,000 from Google online in the past -- but that was before my site got banned, and let me tell you, it took the hours of a full-time day job and then some.

So don't fall for the scams. It takes hard work, prayer, and you can find out how to make money with Google Adsense or Amazon Affiliates or programs like that for basically free -- but you've got to invest the time to search around and read what real webmasters like me (and Darren Rowse at have written about in our archives to do it.

Not the get-rich-quick-kind-of-way. Because the only ones making money thru those schemes are the scammers stealing people's credit card numbers thru deception. May God bring them down soon.


Some of these guys are ruthless with their scams. But i don't understand how people still fall for these tricks even though thousands have already been through the same thing and have warned them of it. Some people are just stupid i guess...
Some of these scams are so obnious its not funny. I mean the fact that these people still fall for it is just unbelievable!
I Love Paula said…
You would think with the economy as bad as it people would wise up and for that matter would not have any extra money to give the scammers in the first place.
WHy are people still falling for those kind of scams? I guess they should really really be careful in what they are entering before they jump into it.

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