Stop the internet - we 've found the best T&Cs ever

11 July 2011

You've no doubt seen dozens of these spammy, scammy pop-up ads before:

Bitterwallet - spammy, scammy pop-ups

This one offers the secret to working from home and earning sackfuls of cash every month, and provides true-life to make its point:

Melissa Johnson from Bristol is a regular mum who lost her job last year, after an unsuccessful job hunt she started working online.

"It was pretty easy, I filled out a short form and applied for a work at home kit. I got the Kit and within a month I was making over £4,000 a month. Its really simple, I am not a computer whiz, but I can use the internet. I fill forms and post links, I don't even have to sell anything and nobody has to buy anything."

But before we rushed to pay £30 for our Home Income Cash System kit, we decided to read the caveat at the foot of the page::

It is important to note that this site and the stories depicted above is to be used as an illustrative example of what some individuals have achieved with this/these products. This website, and any page on the website, is based loosely off a true story, but has been modified in multiple ways including, but not limited to: the story, the photos, and the comments.

Brilliant. We're off to buy a hat so we might doff it at these utter shysters.

TOPICS:   Scams


  • Dick
    Most of it is correct. The story is that she uses her computer, when really she is just a low-class prostitute going for £30 a pop.
  • Brad
    I actually believe this one could be true, I mean fingering yourself on the webcam can quite the money spinner im lead to believe?
  • Leslie G.
    I never made a single £

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