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    Is there any possibility of earning extra money whilst doing work for a company at home? I doubt there is any legitimacy about any companies that claim they do pay you.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Is there any possibility of earning extra money whilst doing work for a company at home? I doubt there is any legitimacy about any companies that claim they do pay you.
    Theres plenty of money to be made online but nobody is going to tell you. You have to work it out for yourself.

    I do work online as well as go to college. Because of that I don't need to do *****y jobs on the weekend. Work smart not hard.
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    (Original post by ExamLeak)
    Theres plenty of money to be made online but nobody is going to tell you. You have to work it out for yourself.

    I do work online as well as go to college. Because of that I don't need to do *****y jobs on the weekend. Work smart not hard.
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    (Original post by ExamLeak)
    Theres plenty of money to be made online but nobody is going to tell you. You have to work it out for yourself.

    I do work online as well as go to college. Because of that I don't need to do *****y jobs on the weekend. Work smart not hard.
    The flip side of the coin is you go out and get a job with a reputable company developing real skills to add to your CV rather than try to make 'I fill out surveys for 30p an hour' look good on your CV.
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    (Original post by pmc:producer)
    The flip side of the coin is you go out and get a job with a reputable company developing real skills to add to your CV rather than try to make 'I fill out surveys for 30p an hour' look good on your CV.
    "While everyone is on a journey to achieve financial freedom, there are two divergent roads and approaches. The path the gurus sell you is regime of manual, slave labor – a trade of your precious time for money in a job you most likely hate. That’s climbing a pyramid.If you choose the Fastlane route, you slave to create a machine that will do the work for you."

    Get your head out of your arse.

    P.s. I don't fill out surveys, I give them out.
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    (Original post by Jamie Vardy)
    Is there any possibility of earning extra money whilst doing work for a company at home? I doubt there is any legitimacy about any companies that claim they do pay you.
    I once lost over £1000 in one of these work from home schemes, don't buy in to it!
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    (Original post by ExamLeak)
    "While everyone is on a journey to achieve financial freedom, there are two divergent roads and approaches. The path the gurus sell you is regime of manual, slave labor – a trade of your precious time for money in a job you most likely hate. That’s climbing a pyramid.If you choose the Fastlane route, you slave to create a machine that will do the work for you."

    Get your head out of your arse.

    P.s. I don't fill out surveys, I give them out.
    Really? You're going to quote pure drivel from a cheap American 'entrepreneur' website about how online surveys are the bee's knees - and tell me my head is in my arse? I've heard it all now.

    The next time you want to act like you have credibility - don't cite 'The Millionaire Fastlane' as your source. It only makes you look more pathetic.

    P.s. keep us updated on how 'I clicked on PornHub clickbait and now I earn 30p per hour's work for an American get rich quick guru' works for your CV.
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    If you're gonna work from home, work for yourself. No middle man.
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    (Original post by pmc:producer)
    Really? You're going to quote pure drivel from a cheap American 'entrepreneur' website about how online surveys are the bee's knees - and tell me my head is in my arse? I've heard it all now.

    The next time you want to act like you have credibility - don't cite 'The Millionaire Fastlane' as your source. It only makes you look more pathetic.

    P.s. keep us updated on how 'I clicked on PornHub clickbait and now I earn 30p per hour's work for an American get rich quick guru' works for your CV.
    As I said before I dont fill out the surveys. I am affiliated with ad networks and whoever fills them out puts money in my pockey - 0 effort.

    If you haven't read the book you can't comment on its authenticity.
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    (Original post by ExamLeak)
    As I said before I dont fill out the surveys. I am affiliated with ad networks and whoever fills them out puts money in my pockey - 0 effort.

    If you haven't read the book you can't comment on its authenticity.
    Sounds like a top job. I think its best if we cease communication now - I find it hard to buy in to cults or followers of cults.

    P.s. don't assume I've not read that rag I mentioned. And it is just that: a rag.
 
 
 
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