Find Out If Paid to Place Is A Scam!
Date: Saturday, May 18
From: Paid to Place Scam
Dear Opportunity Seeker,
The answer to your question is just a moment away! But first allow me to give you a "quick" education and
some cold-hard facts about Paid to Place Scam.
I had to put this website up to help against the damaging attacks from fake review sites and my competition trying to hurt me.
It's really sad but thats the way it is. When I was younger I played a lot of sports and this type of
behaviour would be know as "cheating or "playing dirty".
Almost every review site you will see and or read is a scam in and of itself. Why? The answer is simple! Because these sites
make it a point to try and discredit all of the different programs and make them appear as shady. When their main intent
is to simply sell a program they are promoting.
A lot of them will operate under the guise of an "official" sounding name and or address. When in reality they are just a deceptive
way for them to market something.
But don't take my word for it because you can real all about it right here.
Fake Review Sites
Fake Business Opportunity Review Sites Expose
The Biggest Fake Review Site On the Internet Reviewopedia.com
Reviewopedia has a "credible" sounding name and then uses it to cast a shady light on all products except the ones they are promoting. Their sole
business model is to drive traffic to their site and get people to click on their Google Adsense ads (so they get paid) and purchase
products with their affiliate link.
Which is clever because 95% or more of the visitors don't realize this. They think they found a great site. Read what was said about Reviewopedia being a scam.
Problem is that they are not giving honest reviews of the products so how can they be trusted? They seem to care more about visitors clicking
on their ads and buying programs with their affiliate links instead of a good review for you or your pocketbook.
Almost every site has never even purchased any of the products that they review. In addition a telltale sign is at the end of the review there is
always a product they recommend. Why would they do that? Simple! Because they want a commission no matter what they have to do or say to get it.
The Pros: the reward that awaits you in Paid to Place is a skill you'll now possess for the rest
of your life. Imagine, how you can make any place in the world your office if you want! That's totally cool!
The Cons: It was really hard to find a flaw in this system. It gives you exactly what you need to succeed Online. The
only thing I could find that's a "con" is the fact that you have to put in a little elbow grease at the beginning and
and upkeep throughout the week.
Here's to you making money,
Paid to Place
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