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  1. Great review of EZ Bay Payday! There are so many online scams out there it is important for people to be able to have resources to protect themselves. It’s great that there are articles like this out there to help protect people from these scams and mentioning warning signs, like the “only 20 spots left… hurry now!” What would you say the number one warning sign of a scam is? Thanks again for the awesome article, the more of these the better!

    • I am glad that you found my “The EZ Bay Payday Review – Scam Or Legit?” scam review informative and I thank you for your comment Kohl.

      That’s right, the more of us are pointing fingers to these scams the better. This will help to get them out of business, otherwise the Internet will just become a rubbish tip and it will ultimately collapse. That would be a great loss for such a fantastic invention.

      Well, Kohl, there are so many tricks the scammers and spammers are using, and they are finding new ones every day. For that, I have a rule of thumb: “If it is too good to be true, it most likely is”. Also, any offer that claims that there is no work need to make money online is simply a scam!

      Fortunately, there are some very serious and legit money making opportunities out there, but it requires some work to learn the ropes, and they normally would offer a full on training, they are usually free to join, like the world famous Wealthy Affiliate program, for example.

      I look forward to seeing you here often Kohl, and I wish you a very Happy, Healthy and Successful New Year!

      John

  2. Whoa! Huge red flag that you’ve pointed out, right from the git-go. He doesn’t even use his correct name? Hmm. Could that be because he doesn’t want to be found out or investigated for creating a phony business opportunity? As Frank Barone used to say, “Holy Crap!”

    Then there’s this: “You will only need to spare 20 minutes a day to succeed.” In other words, it’s a get-rich-quick scheme, in so many words. Twenty minutes a day isn’t much time at all. That’s getting rich awfully quick.

    And, of course, at this point, you’re just getting started, aren’t you? Obviously, there’s too much phoney-baloney here–not in your article, but in what you’ve reviewed–to take seriously.

    Thanks for a good review of what to avoid. I’m looking forward to more useful tips from you.

    • Thanks so much for your great review Kevin. I do appreciate you taking the time to read my “The EZ Bay Payday Review – Scam Or Legit?” scam report. That’s right, the more we are bringing to light these scammers the less chance they have to make money, and that will help some of them get out of business.

      Of course, they are not giving out their real name, otherwise they will be tracked down online and more precisely on social networks. And most importantly, their friends, neighbours and relations would point their finger at them and shame them to death.

      Usually, these sort of scammers borrow a name that is very common so that they can get lost in the crowd.

      I hope that you have subscribed to my newsletter (right column of every page of my website) so that you will be notified the minute a new article is being posted. In the main time, I am inviting you to check on my latest scam report ~~> Instant Email Empire – A Scam Program tell me what you think.

      Best wishes,

      John

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