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    why you are forced to go out to work,and get humiliation of your boss?
    why you are doing all these sacrifices? instead staying at home and make some clicks daily

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    Re: NEOBUX ptc ( paid to click ) trust not scam

    The charming scammer trying to advertise here is pushing NEOBUX. What a bummer his link doesn't work. I was so hoping he would post his bank statements and tax returns.

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    Re: NEOBUX ptc ( paid to click ) trust not scam

    "It's virtually impossible to violate rules ... but it's impossible for a violation to go undetected, certainly not for a considerable period of time." Bernie Madoff
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    Re: NEOBUX ptc ( paid to click ) trust not scam

    Go scam 'em Ribshaw!!! This one is a real loser!!
    Don't get ripped off!! Stay informed!

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    Well, I'll be hornswoggled, how did THAT happen ??
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    C'mon boys and girls.

    Viewing websites / autosurfing / manual surfing ???

    You're kidding me, right ??

    That is so old fashioned, the last time anyone made any money doing it, Moses was still playing quarterback for the Israelites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by littleroundman View Post
    That is so old fashioned, the last time anyone made any money doing it, Moses was still playing quarterback for the Israelites.
    If my football recall is correct, Moses had a heckuva game for the Israelites in the Desert Bowl matchup against the Pharaohs. The precise date the game was played remains unclear, but historians reckon it had to occur between 1391 and 1271 BCE.

    On the passing front, Moses reportedly was 10 for 10 in almost flammable winds, truly a command performance. As a rusher, Moses deked the entire Pharaohs squad with a spectacular, untouched run up the middle. After the dramatic touchdown, Moses didn't even spike the ball; he just calmly handed it to the official.

    "Here ya go," he reportedly said.

    After a touchdown break in which live actors at the 50-yard-line reminded the crowd that wine flasks were available (and on sale) at the refreshment stand near the Lion's Gate of the Desert Bowl, the live commentators of the time reportedly observed that Moses's run up the middle was "like the parting of the Red Sea."

    Those moments are apt to live forever in football lore, though perhaps apocryphally. That's because NBC inexplicably cut away from the game with Moses in mid-stride to show a repeat of "Heidi Versus The Egyptians."

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    Re: NEOBUX ptc ( paid to click ) trust not scam

    I have been using Neobux for quite a while and making money from it(at least more than enough to pay some of my bills)with some effort.Whoever said you could become rich from or be a millionaires using sites like this is lying.It is quite possible to make some money(quite a trickle,really) with them without risking losing any cash(can't say the same for time spent),just don't expect to quit your day job .

    I'm not sure what the OP was trying to do(site gone) or was it a recruitment drive?Neobux have some rather severe restriction for getting referrals.

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    Re: NEOBUX ptc ( paid to click ) trust not scam

    Quote Originally Posted by Nourjan View Post
    I have been using Neobux for quite a while and making money from it(at least more than enough to pay some of my bills)with some effort.Whoever said you could become rich from or be a millionaires using sites like this is lying.It is quite possible to make some money(quite a trickle,really) with them without risking losing any cash(can't say the same for time spent),just don't expect to quit your day job .
    The problem with paid to click sites is that you have to be very knowledgeable to know what not to click. I was silly and clicked on a site that a telephone sales person was trying to sell to me, the day before yesterday. I will not click on it again but if anybody here has the confidence to try, some feedback would be welcome.

    Do not click unless you are an IT person http:// .www .ammyy/en

    I asked my computer software support specialist to take a look and his first impression was that the site was legal but that the telephone salesman who rang me was using it illegally. He said that he thought I had not been infected as I had not clicked on the green box which the salesman was urging me to do.

    I ran Spybot Search and Destroy as advised by my support people and sure enough that picked up three trojans on my computer.

    I was stupid to fall for a telephone call asking me to click on a site and that experience taught me the danger of clicking sites without having enough knowledge to get rid of nasties. I may have to ask Jason to have a look at my computer as my man gave me some detailed instructions and I am a bit scared of doing more harm than good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by path2prosperity View Post
    I ran Spybot Search and Destroy as advised by my support people and sure enough that picked up three trojans on my computer.

    I was stupid to fall for a telephone call asking me to click on a site and that experience taught me the danger of clicking sites without having enough knowledge to get rid of nasties. I may have to ask Jason to have a look at my computer as my man gave me some detailed instructions and I am a bit scared of doing more harm than good.
    Actually you do not have to be a security expert. Avast Antivirus automatically scans all scripts, images and videos that are downloaded by browsing Internet. So when suspicious file comes in you get red warning box in bottom right column and loud sound. If the thread is serious, website will not be allowed to open. Keep Spybot Search and Destroy as a secondary defense, it is not as good as regular antivirus.

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    Re: NEOBUX ptc ( paid to click ) trust not scam

    The problem with paid to click sites is that you have to be very knowledgeable to know what not to click. I was silly and clicked on a site that a telephone sales person was trying to sell to me, the day before yesterday. I will not click on it again but if anybody here has the confidence to try, some feedback would be welcome.
    So far, all the things I clicked from Neobux are cleared by my antivirus software.In general ,established PTC and PTR sites are more careful and more thorough in their own screening than the less known ones(they have a reputation to stand on, after all) and you can always report back to them if you find anything suspicious(they act quite fast on that).Having said that, it is always best to use a more secure and well protected computer for such task(some people who could spare the resource even opted using multiple PCs for different functions).

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    Re: NEOBUX ptc ( paid to click ) trust not scam

    Quote Originally Posted by fromthehood View Post
    Actually you do not have to be a security expert. Avast Antivirus automatically scans all scripts, images and videos that are downloaded by browsing Internet. So when suspicious file comes in you get red warning box in bottom right column and loud sound. If the thread is serious, website will not be allowed to open. Keep Spybot Search and Destroy as a secondary defense, it is not as good as regular antivirus.
    I use AVG, Spybot and Malwarebytes but there are always new or unknown threats. I am not sure why Spybot picks up some threats which they call trojans or viruses that are missed by AVG. I did read something that said these were not viruses in the truest sense but it was a long time ago.

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