Tag: scam detection

Presenting a friendly challenge to bubblews users who once earned a bubblews e-check but now claim bubblews is scam

This is an open letter to my friends we met on bubblews. This is to put straight some of the confusions that are surrounding the uncertainty of the payments earned by some/all the current bubblews users.

If someone asked me to give a brief description about the experience I have regarding bubblews, here is what I would say:

“Bubblews is a writing site of which the owners initially underestimated its earning potential and as a result got overwhelmed by the work it had attracted, based on their high pay rate. Now that the owners of bubblews have attained their targeted goals earlier than they expected, they no longer require the services the bubblers are supplying and yet the bubblers need bubblews.”

I know you are about to ask why I came up with this theory. Here is the answer to your question;

I am not saying that bubblews is not a scam, and yes, it isn’t. I have personally suffered non payments to several redemption requests, totaling to over $500 dollars, but I am yet to be convinced that I have been wasted, for I can blame that on myself for having accepted their terms of use, which I did not take time to read to exhaustion.

If you are still complaining, then show me that you did not accept their terms of use; whereby there was a clause explaining that, ‘the site could decide to change the terms without reason or notice.’

Now here you are. Pointing fingers at the site which gave you the first opportunity to earn online, and no longer requires your services, in other words, contract terminated without notice, whereby you are now persistently working there at your own risk.
Doesn’t that make it clear that bubblews no longer need your services, and yet you are claiming that it is scamming you?

If you really need to confirm my findings, try to request them to delete your account so that you won’t have any relationship with them; I believe they will do so without the second thought. Or if you decide to remove your posts from their site, they won’t give a damn.

The funniest thing is that, some of the scam complaints about bubblews are getting posted to other earning sites that it will take the users a lifetime to be able to earn the income equal to what bubblews paid in one time, even if they get paid consistently. Doesn’t that make those sites more scam than bubblews, only that they are delaying what bubblews paid you in advance?

Now, show me any great online site that you are able to earn a decent income for the tasks you performed on bubblews.

Aren’t you challenged, dear bubblers?

Fake reviews about scam sites that target cautious online users and direct them to real scams

It is similar to jumping the boiling water into the fire itself if the suspicious online user tries to put into check any online work site suspected as SCAM, only to discover that his scam detection research has led the internet user to the real scam after basing the reliance on the scam review.

There is no single legit online job site that has no negative reviews floating in the web. This is meant to bring in confusion to the users unsure of joining a given website with the intention to make money online.

It is a matter of caution for most vigilant online workers to perform due investigation about the legitimacy of the site they have on list to trying to earn from and ensure that their efforts are not wasted when using the site.

In order to be on the safe side of online investment, one would like to see the views of other users about the given site as well as the personal testimonies about the benefits/disappointments of using the site.

This is where the user has to be more careful, for not all the reviews about a given site being scam are meant to help you avoid getting scammed; instead the reviewer is intended to divert your attention to his own scam site, making you believe that he is the saint from heaven to show you the legit ways of making money online.

In fact some reviews are just paid reviews to divert the attention of the online users from joining some legit sites to the real scam, giving out false testimonies about how personally the reviewer has benefitted from using the stated money making ways.

Since the online users who attempt to check the legitimacy of the sites to join sites to assist them earn online are always expecting to find some alternative ways, they are easily swayed away to believing that the one exposing the scam is doing it out of good faith.

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