toiletLet’s face it, most are scams, or too good to be true, and most of those pushing them are like drug dealers preying on the weakness and desperation of people, predators looking to prey on anyone gullible or naive enough to fall for their snake oil so they can make a buck…

used car salesmen selling lemons to little old ladies, bottom feeding unethical creeps looking for the next sucker to come along…

the Internet is full of these predators…and they thrive on sites like Twitter where they can con as many gullible people as they can into parting with their money on some pipe dream fantasy of independent living…

they’re the guys/gals who can strip an old lady of her life savings and not lose a wink of sleep over it…bottom-feeding scumbags who are only concerned about ripping people off to line their own pockets…

con artists who cite and chant the mantra of their master P.T.Barnam ” There’s a sucker born every minute.”

Are any legitimate opportunities??? Sure. But you’d have as much luck finding them on a place like Twitter or on a random search of Google as you would winning the lottery.

Your best bet would be going to a place like where you bid on jobs you can do from home. It won’t make you rich, and there’s no guarantee you’ll get the jobs you bid on, but they’re legitimate jobs.

If you want to get rich quick, buy a lottery ticket…don’t waste your time getting sucked into some scheme by some bottom-feeding snake oil salesman who preys on your desperation to succeed.

By admin

Former Freehand Freelance Graphic Illustrator... been online since 2004 ( late starter ), blogging since 2005, presently writing a suspense-thriller e-book that began as a screenplay.

2 thoughts on “Home Based Business: Is it real? Or just a sucker’s bet?”
  1. Home based businesses are possible if you are willing to do everything yourself, are going to work very hard, and are good at what you do, Apple started out in a basement and so did Google I think?

    I have grown a small Internet business into a small office, but it took me quite a bit of money and two years of my normally expensive time, but really how can you put a price on freedom?

    Its a very meager living, but it supports my modest lifestyle just fine so I’m not complaining. Mind you we actually sell physical objects as opposed to ad space.

  2. Scam artists have always been around. I can remember the envelope stuffing mail order jobs from the 50’s and 60’s. On one level some of those were legitimate, on another level, they paid so little, you could have made as much if not more picking up bottles from the roads and returning them for the deposit. Come to think of it, folks would probably make moe doing that than they would doing “sponsored tweets” 😀

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