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ashton777
05-01-2008, 08:10 PM
DOes it really work?!


Ive tried a website called bux.to

supposedly you can make money fast and easy... I just started it today and you should try it to... It looks very interesting and my friend actually said he made 120$

So does this really work? Poll now if uve tried it or if you do try it and actually make money like im trying to... (not spam, dead serious, I wanna know if other people have made money)
If your signing up now, use my name as a referal, ashton777, it would be greatly appreciated.

WHO MADE MONEY!?

Gavel
05-01-2008, 08:12 PM
It worked for me. It's in my sig.

Nodd
05-01-2008, 08:13 PM
I laugh at internet scams and the people that fall for them.

Gavel
05-01-2008, 08:18 PM
I laugh at internet scams and the people that fall for them.
... .


It worked for me. It's in my sig.

It worked for me.

It worked for me.

It worked for me.

It worked for me.

Oh wait, i forgot. You're nodbarnacle. Your word is law.

ashton777
05-01-2008, 09:20 PM
Did you actually try cashing in a check and what not, of course it would work, but im guessing it takes forever to get money without any refereles... How could i get some, cause this actual is real and not no spam...

Fr0zEnPh0eNiX
05-02-2008, 11:54 PM
Let me give you some valuable links...

http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/03/17/surprise-the-buxto-pyramid-scheme-is-a-fraud/
http://www.gordonmedley.com/2008/01/27/buxto-a-scam-if-if-smells-like-poop
http://www.cashjuke.com/bux.to-scam.html

or my personal theory...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramid_scheme

"The key identifiers of a pyramid scheme include the following:

* A highly excited sales pitch.
* A reassurance that it is not, in fact, a pyramid scheme, possibly with a false account of what a pyramid scheme is.
* Little to no information offered about the company unless an investor purchases the products and becomes a participant.
* Vaguely phrased promises of limitless income potential.
* No product, or a product being sold at a price ridiculously in excess of its real market value, or a product with minimal or unrealistic market potential. As with the company, the product is vaguely described.
* An income stream that chiefly depends on the commissions earned by enrolling new members or the purchase by members of products for their own use rather than sales to customers who are not participants in the scheme.
* A tendency for only the early investors/joiners to make any real income.
* Assurances that it is perfectly legal to participate.
* The insistence they are not here to pressure you but merely to guide you.
* The idea that there are no bosses, only coaches and mentors.

The key distinction between these schemes and legitimate MLM businesses is that in the latter cases a meaningful income can be earned solely from the sales of the associated product or service to customers who are not themselves enrolled in the scheme. The FTC also warns that the practice of getting commissions from recruiting new members is outlawed in most states as "pyramiding".[6] However, the absence of payment for recruiting does not mean that an MLM is not a cover for a pyramid scheme. The distinguishing characteristic is whether the money in the scheme comes primarily from the participants themselves (pyramid scheme) or from sales of products or services to customers who are not participants in the scheme (legitimate MLM)."

Also, for a more accurate scam model see:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matrix_scheme

ashton777
05-03-2008, 08:36 AM
Well... doesn anyone know any good ways to make money online then O.o!?!?

Gavel
05-03-2008, 09:30 AM
Let me give you some valuable links...

http://www.techcrunch.com/2008/03/17/surprise-the-buxto-pyramid-scheme-is-a-fraud/
http://www.gordonmedley.com/2008/01/27/buxto-a-scam-if-if-smells-like-poop
http://www.cashjuke.com/bux.to-scam.html

or my personal theory...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pyramid_scheme

"The key identifiers of a pyramid scheme include the following:

* A highly excited sales pitch.
* A reassurance that it is not, in fact, a pyramid scheme, possibly with a false account of what a pyramid scheme is.
* Little to no information offered about the company unless an investor purchases the products and becomes a participant.
* Vaguely phrased promises of limitless income potential.
* No product, or a product being sold at a price ridiculously in excess of its real market value, or a product with minimal or unrealistic market potential. As with the company, the product is vaguely described.
* An income stream that chiefly depends on the commissions earned by enrolling new members or the purchase by members of products for their own use rather than sales to customers who are not participants in the scheme.
* A tendency for only the early investors/joiners to make any real income.
* Assurances that it is perfectly legal to participate.
* The insistence they are not here to pressure you but merely to guide you.
* The idea that there are no bosses, only coaches and mentors.

The key distinction between these schemes and legitimate MLM businesses is that in the latter cases a meaningful income can be earned solely from the sales of the associated product or service to customers who are not themselves enrolled in the scheme. The FTC also warns that the practice of getting commissions from recruiting new members is outlawed in most states as "pyramiding".[6] However, the absence of payment for recruiting does not mean that an MLM is not a cover for a pyramid scheme. The distinguishing characteristic is whether the money in the scheme comes primarily from the participants themselves (pyramid scheme) or from sales of products or services to customers who are not participants in the scheme (legitimate MLM)."

Also, for a more accurate scam model see:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matrix_scheme
Dude, this isn't a matter of convincing when the people you're trying to convince have already used it and have already received results from the thing you're trying to bag on. Read before you copypasta. The Paypal money I earned from this bought me an airsoft gun.

The thing that I read about this was that they delete your account once you earn a high amount of money (say $75+). And since the convertion over to your Paypal account takes them a whole month, for some reason, you wouldn't get your money. But that never happened to me since I only made/needed 50 bucks. My accounts probably dead now since I haven't used it in months since I found a better/faster way to make money that doesn't involve signing up for something (besides Paypal).

CriticalDesign
05-03-2008, 12:49 PM
Well... doesn anyone know any good ways to make money online then O.o!?!?


Yeah, except you can't be lazy when doing such things.

Nodd
05-03-2008, 03:57 PM
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Oh wait, i forgot. You're nodbarnacle. Your word is law.

yeah, try your best not to forget next time

Fr0zEnPh0eNiX
05-03-2008, 04:08 PM
Dude, this isn't a matter of convincing when the people you're trying to convince have already used it and have already received results from the thing you're trying to bag on. Read before you copypasta. The Paypal money I earned from this bought me an airsoft gun.

The thing that I read about this was that they delete your account once you earn a high amount of money (say $75+). And since the convertion over to your Paypal account takes them a whole month, for some reason, you wouldn't get your money. But that never happened to me since I only made/needed 50 bucks. My accounts probably dead now since I haven't used it in months since I found a better/faster way to make money that doesn't involve signing up for something (besides Paypal).

I never said you can't get money from it, but that doesn't make it any less of a pyramid scheme. Just give it a while...

Think about it, you were simply high enough on the pyramid that you can benefit from it. I did read your posts, jeeze. Even so, I wouldn't recommend using it because its still quite obviously a pyramid scheme.

Gavel
05-03-2008, 08:03 PM
I never said you can't get money from it, but that doesn't make it any less of a pyramid scheme. Just give it a while...

Think about it, you were simply high enough on the pyramid that you can benefit from it. I did read your posts, jeeze. Even so, I wouldn't recommend using it because its still quite obviously a pyramid scheme.
What's with the "jeeze"? I'm not busting a nut on you.

I didn't have time to read about the pyramid scheme thing, so where would this bite me in the end, really?

Oh, and you don't have to not recommend me from using it. I don't use it anymore anyway. I have a better way to make money for Paypal than to stare at a website for 30 seconds and get 10 cents out of it.

Kitsune
05-03-2008, 08:16 PM
If I want to make money from the internet, I'll plaster ads on all of my animations and join a trustworthy site like this if I'm desperate.

Schwa
05-04-2008, 05:29 PM
Oh, and you don't have to not recommend me from using it. I don't use it anymore anyway. I have a better way to make money for Paypal than to stare at a website for 30 seconds and get 10 cents out of it.

Would you be willing to share this better way?

Fr0zEnPh0eNiX
05-04-2008, 06:41 PM
What's with the "jeeze"? I'm not busting a nut on you.

I didn't have time to read about the pyramid scheme thing, so where would this bite me in the end, really?

Oh, and you don't have to not recommend me from using it. I don't use it anymore anyway. I have a better way to make money for Paypal than to stare at a website for 30 seconds and get 10 cents out of it.

Right, but it wasn't my intention to stop you, it was my intention to show other people that this is a scam so they don't get into it when it's too late.

the afro ninja
05-07-2008, 09:58 PM
Its slow as **** and will not get you anywhere. DONT BOTHER.