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Is Get Paid Taking Pictures a Scam? — 6 Comments

  1. I really wonder how all this crap appears on the internet. I review products almost every day and come across different “amazing” products but this one, i.e. GPTP is really something new for me. The program smells like a complete BS. Anyone who has some experience in internet marketing knows very well that the idea of making a few thousands of dollars just for uploading pictures is not realistic. I think with all these endless scams online the only solution is a proper education.

    • Hi Rufat,
      I was amazed by the claim that uploading a picture can lead to thousands of dollar revenue. This guru is not explaining the system in the sale video. All he does is pitching the low cost entry product, and bombard more in the future. A real opportunity will give the overview on how the process works to make money. The moment he mentioned “Secret”, I know this is a poor program to join.

  2. Thanks for the information. I like you have experienced the same tactic – something that starts at one price (I have seen discounts go from $197 to $7). The scam to me seems to be go low enough such that people start saying to themselves “its only ____, that is not much.”. We need to ask if we find ourselves in this situation, how can they afford to discount the cost so much if the product is actually as good as claimed. The answer is they can’t and they only get away with bit because the product is worthless and cost them nothing to support.

    • That’s absolutely right Jaks!
      Why would they keep lowering the cost if the system is so darn good. The answer, is that they are afraid to lose money from someone who are about to leave the page. I really don’t recommend buying this product. What would happen to innocent people that don’t know the discounting trick. I am sure they will get pissed off when they know this trick.

  3. Dear Edy,

    I can easily relate to you on online scams, its not cool to have your hard earned cash go towards something that won’t help you but rather it helps those who are behind the online scams more. I have run into that same scenario where I paid some $97 one time fee to try Home Internet Careers out, and when I refreshed their page, the price went down to $77. I was like: what is going on? Am I seeing things or is this just pure imagination? I tried them out for few days, but quit since I was literally on my own, and I couldn’t get any online support with the questions I had from them. I hope to seek a way to warn others of the signs that could be a scam or not so they don’t fall into doing the same mistakes I did and be trapped.


    • That’s right Angel. There are tons of fake program that don’t work. I personally have tasted most of them. The problem lays on the support system and tricky pricing. Very bad sign for a newbie to online marketing. They will keep doing this to innocent people online, That’s WHY I will try my best to help those folks make an adequate dicision toward their online success!

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