Freebie trading is completely out of control. After 17 years of online marketing, I’ve never seen anything get so popular, so fast. But I’ve also never seen anything get so corrupt so fast.
“Freebie trading sites” are the hottest work-from-home, fast-money scheme to hit the web in a long time. Because of the fact that the U.S. economy has been in such a terrible place over the past several years, massive amounts of people continue turning to these freebie trading sites.
So how does it work? Well, its really a bit complicated, but, essentially, the marketplace revolves around these things known as incentivized freebie trading sites, also known as “IFWs”. They are sites that provide goods and trial offers and cash-money-prizes to individuals who register to get one of these offers, and get other people to basically do the same thing.
The owner of IFW, Gabriel Hunter says, advertisers spend their advertising dollars with us so we’ve got the cash to to buy our members gifts or even give you cash.
Although IFWs do not technically give you the money and prizes directly it amounts to the same thing. They call it a finders fee. But it’s the same thing. So it’s all how they choose to word it but either way you’re getting paid with either gifts or cash each time you refer another person to go and duplicate what you did by trying some offers. They usually pay between 40.00 up to 120.00
Although some people are saying they’re making over $5,000 a month from these freebie trading sites, the scammers have completely infiltrated this emerging on-line marketplace while it’s been growing. Financial experts are also saying this whole infrastructure is simply not sustainable, especially considering how many people continue to pile into it.
Everyone is trying to make a fast buck these days. To make a long story short, this whole thing is extremely concerning. Project PayDay, the business that essentially began this entire trend, does not list their address or phone number on their own site, and the alleged founder of this whole thing, “Monika St. John”, is said to be a puppet head for the actual genius behind this whole pyramid.
You could find a few successful people doing this if you look hard enough but I certainly wouldn’t recommend you get involved with this. Think about it like this: If this actually worked exactly as they claim, everyone you know would be doing this.
I personally tested it for the purpose of writing this article and I can tell you it’s frustrating to say the least. It’s just simple math that tells you to avoid “freebie trading sites”. Since I test all these so called money-making programs for a living, you better bet I actually know of a few system that can help put food on the table during this rough economy. You can either click here or get on my newsletter if you’d like to see the real money makers.
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