This is getting annoying and I really don’t want to go on reporting on the scam as it progresses. I feel like it’s my duty to do so, however, so I’ll continue.
I guess I can stop reporting on the scam when the perpetrators stop scamming people. This, in itself, is probably wishful thinking.
I honestly don’t know the point of the scam. Perhaps it’s to get the unwitting participant to fill out surveys and other such nonsense. Perhaps the perpetrator (or perpetrators) is making money out of all this.
Or perhaps they’re just collecting valid e-mail addresses to sell to some spamming organizations.
I may be reporting on this every month from now on (or more often), which may seem like forever. My goal is to get anyone who searches for any of the domain names involved to end up at one of my articles about it.
So far, I’ve reported on:
That’s four domain names so far. If I make it to 12 (which seems likely now), I’ll be seriously disturbed by all of this. Wait, I’m already disturbed.
It may not be as fast as you would like it to be, but at least you will get paid.
Write articles for me. Sign up with whatever advertising service you want to take part in. You can use my domain name if you’re not already signed up with one of your own.
Use the contact page and let me know if you’re interested. How much you can make will entirely depend on how much you want to do. More details are here.
I just received a message from a reader indicating they are also using FixWeekly.com as yet another domain name. I went there and it’s an exact duplicate.
Please go to this alternate page if you would like read or post comments.
Categories: House and Home
Tags: dollarinpocket, dollarinpocket.com, fixweekly, fixweekly.com, make money, monthlyfixpay, monthlyfixpay.com, poormantorichman, poormantorichman.com, referral, scam, theweeklypaid, theweeklypaid.com
Previous and Next Articles (if any):
Please read some of my more important pages if you have the time: