Who wouldn’t want to make money sitting at home on their computer, almost passive income ?
This I don’t believe is greed, just folks wanting to make a living for themselves and their loved ones, nothing out of the ordinary in ordinary people wanting a decent standard of living.
I Make Money Online dot co dot uk (I don’t want to promote the guy’s site so no links), randomly appeared at the top of my Google search results, my inner entrepreneur working wonders. The “site”, erm page is a cliche marketing page which generally turns me cold, but one of the clever’ist one’s I’ve seen.
Make money online virtually no risk, £1200 per day … nice … where do I sign …
Online Casinos that haven’t thought out all the odds (don’t make me laugh!). Tells of a system for European roulette where you can win £1 virtually every time you play, explains said system in detail.
The marketeer has a lot of clever things to make you trust him …
157,798 people like this on facebook a couple of days ago … don’t make me laugh, 157,398 people like this now, what a crock
Checking the real facebook.com forward slash I make money online dot co dot uk, and how surprising only 59 real likes, presumably all the scamster’s “friends”
Me and my dream car … yes I’m just like you, dreaming of a yellow Ferrari … wrong again, I’m a scammer trying to persuade you that my scam is legit.
His “system” stands up to some scrutiny and is fairly well thought out. Keep betting on red or black, keep doubling your bets, until you win. Occasionaly, every so often, you’ll lose, but basically you’ll win 99.69% of the time. So why not, win 1000 times lose 3, that’s £993 profit, right?
Wrong, dead wrong. You would win 993 times correct, a pound a go, so you’d make £993 … however each lose would be £511, so 3.1 times statistically you’d lost would cost you £1584, so it’s a net loss of £591 I’m afraid…
What’s the How and the Why then ?
Oh My Dear God, £591 loss, not exactly “making money online” is it?
I imagine the guy who’s marketing this website is in for a cut of your losings from the casinos, at the very least he’s getting paid for every customer that signs up at each of the four casinos, I’ve heard he’ll get maybe £35-40 per signup, so multiply that by 1000 signups and yes he’s £35-40000 richer.
The scam works on many levels, there is a lot of reassurance that he’s a genuine ordinary guy with dreams just like you. The system seems to work and appears well thought out, until you look at it carefully. The little box at the end for donations for charity gives him an altruistic look, “I’m Robin Hood take from the Rich give to the Poor”. But basically this guy is just a liar and a thief.
Final note the guy has another website omg method dot com … exactly the same
So be careful out there, don’t be a cynic, but use your brain, making money is usually a little bit harder than this !