Another red flag….when it starts off with the story of a person being dead broke, living on the streets, with 3 pennies to their name, a wife, four kids, and a dog to support (they’re all pretty much the same sad stories) just stop…. ditch the video and forget about it. You’ll be better off in the long run.
I guess there isn’t muich we can do apart from stay on the look out and trust all the reviews on google. Thanks for making me aware of this scam, I came across one just like it, a pyramid scheme too, just a while back. They advertised it just like an everyday job and wanted to have face-to-face interviews with me, it’s just a good thing I never paid any money and got out when I did.
Let’s go ahead and get this out of the way. There are all kinds of websites that will pay you for various things, such as shopping, taking surveys or testing products. No, I’m not getting paid to promote any of these and no, these websites won’t make you a millionaire, but they are great for earning some extra cash. I’ll leave out the scams.
When you’re ready to send your items to their next homes, use an online consignment store like Cash in My Bag or a Facebook garage sale group. And don’t underestimate social media — Facebook groups are a great option.
Almost every online job that I list here are free and require no fee. In fact, any work at home company that asks for a sign up fee is likely to be a scam. Think about it, would you pay a company offline and out there in the real world to work fro them?
Another benefit that could be worth a lot more than you think: a health savings account. To qualify for an HSA, you must sign up for a high-deductible health insurance plan. In 2016, you can contribute up to $3,350 to an individual HSA or $6,750 to a family plan. Over time, contributions to an HSA can add up because HSAs offer a triple tax advantage: Contributions are sheltered from income taxes, the money grows tax-deferred, and funds can be withdrawn tax-free in any year for medical expenses. About half of large companies match contributions to an HSA; the average employer match is about $900.
Street performing, also called “busking,” can quickly produce a nice pile of currency if you’re in the right location. What if you have no performance skills? Put on that outfit you wore for Halloween, and see my post on how to make money dressing up in a funny costume.
His clients included top name brand clients such as The Body Shop at home, Virgin Cosmetics and Dorling Kindersley Publishers. Since selling his company Mark retired but that lasted all of 15 minutes before he got bored!
How can I tell if an alleged “Business Opportunity” is actually a ponzi or pyramid scheme? I just started a $2 weely subscription with a company called RWJ Marketing, But now… I’m starting to worry that the claims they are making are too good to be true And I’ve possibly fallen for a scam! 🙁
I had really good 2017 and I’m of buying another car in the $250K to $300K range. The question is should I actually buy the car or put the money into investments? What do you think? Let me know! How To Live The Ultimate Dot Com Lifestyle I have many internet products and services that makes me money while […]
Asking for help wasn’t my forte, but I had to make it happen. Within months I had a lawyer, editor, personal trainer, part-time chef, and other personnel. It cost me a fortune at first, but eventually helped push me into the million-dollar mark. Most people won’t ask for help because their ego is in the way.
The (my millionaire mentor) program claims that you will get $500 after watching the video, but what really happens is that you are asked to pay $49 to get access to the program. If you sign up for it and pay the $49 you will almost immediately get asked to pay $89 for “website hosting”.
Many times I “friend” or add a millionaire on Twitter before I ask to connect. You can start to build a relationship by retweeting or sharing their content. Engage with them first and then connect with them later.
Great article! We definitely teach different sides of the same coin, but at the end of the day – this is possible for everyone. Personally, after my foreclosure but still being able to hustle up some cash flowing rentals, It shows anyone can do it (even people like me – not born rich, who didnt have perfect credit, but we have a job and income, and can be creative)….Its open to those who believe in themselves. Im no where near a millonaire, but im comfortable…and like you, all I really want is for people to understand that: yes it can be you. And we’re here to help where we can. Good article!
To start, there are many different websites that promote this My Millionaire Mentor program. Whether you came across it on yourpersonalmentor.co, or mymillionairementor.co, or any other site, it doesn’t matter. They are all the same scam and the sales videos are all the same with the exception of some testimonials that they changed.
This list is not exhaustive, but it should help create some momentum and spur creative thinking on how to grow your business. While it is true that some of these tips may be applied more readily to some businesses than others, those that appear most foreign to your industry could be most valuable as it is less likely that one of your competitors has used them.
Ryan (or anybody): sometime back, I wanted to open up a Vanguard account. Long story short–that company won’t let me do so because I’m an expatriate (American living and working in Taiwan) with no USA address. Can you name some comparable companies that accept US expat investors?
If you are comfortable taking off your kit then why not try life modelling. Sit there in the buff while budding artists capture your every curve (or pokey bits) in frightening detail! Try RAM, a website especially designed for these kind of jobs.
I am now a multi-millionaire, and I have never had my own business, invented anything or inherited one red cent. What I have always done is paid myself first. Especially in your twenties, max out your retirement deductions, or at the minimum put in an amount that maxes out your company match. The money I contributed in my twenties now accounts for ⅔ of my net worth, even though I contributed much more each year in my thirties and later. Such is the power of compound interest!