I Fell Prey to a “Make Money Online” Scam

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In the article I posted yesterday, I gave an overview of four legitimate ways to earn money online.

Unfortunately, where you can find opportunities to secure online jobs, projects, and gigs, you will also run into the risk of getting scammed.

Many advertisements for earning money online are complete scams.

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Bonita Jewel

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I offer advice and insights on literature, writing, working from home, and related topics. I love popcorn, petrichor, and homemade chai. ko-fi.com/bonitajewel

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