So I clicked on the christian ad... and this is what I found from clicking on the google ad on TA
My name is Beth Fisher. I'm a full-time mom of 3 from Asheville, NC and a devout christian and believer in Good things happening to Good people. Despite my full time job of taking care of the household (and, YES, it is a full time job!), I found great part-time employment on my computer from home! I work about 15 hours a week and bring in an extra $1300/week on average. I love what I do, I can stay home with my kids and still make money on the computer, and anybody can do it! Read my article below to see exactly how.
So I kept scrolling down and I found this little nugget
So after reading all of these success stories I decided to give the money system a try for myself. I got the kit right away and started trying to make it work for me. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to figure out how to do the jobs and postings that they wanted me to. I am not very computer savvy so that may have something to do with it. I am very sad as I really thought this was an answer to my prayers :(
Then one last one with the site scammer/creators response to a reply
Beth - I purchased the kit after reading your blog and so far have had a little luck. I was able to make $1000 last week, but it took me around 40 hours to accomplish this. You mention that you have managed to cut your work week down to 20 hours or so. How do you go about doing this? I have a newborn son that I want to spend more time with, but as it is, I am strapped to the computer most of the day working.
@Matt - First off, congratulations. $1,000 a week from home is an AMAZING accomplishment. You are truly blessed.
haha what? He is blessed because your crappy scam ware makes him do slave work?
When will people ever learn. There is no get rich scheme on the internet.
Then I started thinking "wait this is a christian web site" they will follow/believe anything :P
sad... just sad
Do you think christians are more prone to joining/signing up for this sort of thing?