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  • NOTHING online is 100% safe
  • I've been using a program to make money online and it seems to be pretty safe. I'm making a good bit of money on it and so are a lot of people.
  • NOTHING is 100% safe when it comes to the internet, and NOTHING is 100% safe when it comes to money. No.
  • My second job is an online one. All I do is stay in front of the computer for several hours, email some companies and wait for them to respond. Then, I report to my boss. It's 100 percent safe. But of course, I'm speaking for myself. I believe that generally, there's no 100 percent safety when we talk about online activities.
  • ABSOLUTELY! Making money online is EVERY BIT as safe as anything else! Like: Riding a bike Crossing the street Driving a car Flying in a plane Swimming Cooking over an open flame Waling to the store by yourself Changing the valve cover gaskets on your car Being sexually active Surgery fo remove your tonsils Anethesia for dental work Shaving with a razer Operating a hydraulic press Using sheet metal sheers Target shooting Fishing from a boat in the middle of a lake Handling fiberglass insulation Pouring hot water over tea bags Meeting your online blind date for the first time Drinking alcoholic beverages Going on a safari Turning your furnace on to stay warm . . . . . . CR*P! I just realized something! NOTHING is 100% safe! AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH! Seriously, it depends on HOW the money is made. People run scams all the time, the internet is just the newest medium to do it on. So some research, ask professionals, and stick with well known organizaions when doing business on the internet.
  • I work in adult texting and so far no problems. Its like others have said. Nothing is 100% safe on the internet but sometimes as in every day life you just have to take a chance.
  • how could it be...? making money offline isn't 100% safe...
  • the best way to make money online is to buy and sell stock on the stock market. with a ten thousand dollar initial investment, you could make a hundred dollars a day. stocks go up sell, stocks go down buy. I know a few homeless guys who do that. they clear at least three grand a month.
  • 50% no
  • Noooooo.... some site ask for credit card number and steal all your money. Therefore choosing right website is very very important. Some are genuine sites which provide numerous ways to earn genuine money but your really have to search. I am earning through one site which i found quite reliable and from lat 1 year i never encountered any problem. But my previous experience was miserable. Therefore my friend all figures are not equal. Choose them with care.
  • Excellent question! I have been there, done that! They say that online scams account for 98.4% of all supposed money making schemes. I truly can believe that because it takes a LOT of looking. After you think you've found a 'legitimate' site, then the real works begin. You have to check with Better Business Bureau, scam alerts and all kinds of other sites that protect the consumer. If you feel pleased that this company has a great track record, then, and only then, you can proceed and maybe take a chance on a small monetary investment. Please note that don't take a chance with anyone that doesn't offer a full money back guarantee and be wary of sites that don't have addresses and phone numbers.
  • It is if you do it through a reputable company. I strongly recommend Amazon for bookselling, Amazon Associates, and Amazon Mechanical Turk. Here is an article I wrote about that and some other money making ideas: Living On A Wish And A Prayer http://hubpages.com/hub/Living-On-A-Wish-And-A-Prayer I hope you enjoy it! :) Suzanne
  • You've received mainly good answers. I believe you can make money on Ebay if you have the goods people will want to buy. The goods don't have to be new; people are looking for bargains, particularly in electronics. You might check out Ebay and see the various things people are selling to get an idea if you have similar things you are ready to part with. Also one person I know specializes in buying and fixing Barbie dolls and then selling them on Ebay. She does very well.
  • E-bay!
  • If you're actually making money, and not doing anything illegal, then sure, why not?
  • Nothing is 100% safe. There are certian things that can be done to mitigate the risks however.
  • 100% safe such as doing a real job over the internet like telemarketing and tech support for dell, yes. Ebay no.
  • nah its not 100% safe.
  • Buying and Selling online is never 100% safe, even top sellers in what ever industry will rip you off. Paid work online from employers? Yes.
  • NOTHING is "100% safe." People have been scammed by friends in real life. Anytime you deal with money, there is a degree of risk involved. The best thing you can do is research an enterprise before you buy in.
  • Old question...but what the heck! The safest way to earn money is to get a job...but in reality...THAT'S NOT SAFE EITHER IN REALITY... When you consider the number of people who have been laid off this year, last year.... And then you have those who kept their jobs...but where the company has canceled or scaled back benefits...or cut cost of living raises, and bonus' usually handed out....that negates the expected perks those jobs had. In some ways becoming your own boss...is safest...and even that depends upon your choice of business and your business smarts with how you run YOUR BUSINESS! If you are selling something that the consumer wants to buy on line...it's basically safe, although, if you are smart, you wait for funds to clear, before you ship the product/goods...and you let the buyer KNOW that the funds need to clear before you ship!
  • I can't understand why people are saying it's not safe. Many people gave example of Ebay. Fine, it's a great way. But think about them who started Ebay, Amazone etc. Aren't they making money online? I don't know why people don't think with a broad mind. Only think that everything is scams. NO IT'S NOT. There is 100% safe way to make money online. Only you should follow the proper root. I am a Software Engineer and I earn double than my day job. It's depends on person. OK, now many may thinks that I am lying. I don't have any problem with all those looser at all.
  • Each time you hit your transmit button on your computer, someone throughout the world is watching and reading. These people are hackers and are constantly looking for ways to steal your money. The hackers are just about in every country on the planet. Money transactions online? NO.
  • It's a matter of belief if you believe there is nothing but scams out there you will be drawn to the scam. Nothing in life is 100%. As far as on-line making money online safe: http://makemoneyonlinesafe.weebly.com/ (Remember the one thing that can not be taken from you is knowledge.)
  • My brother has been making money on Ebay for the last 5 years so I geuss it is safe.
  • Treasure Trooper is as close to safe as you can get. I signed up last week and have already made $20. They deposit it right into your PayPal account. You get paid to fill out simple surveys, "sign-up" for free trials (you can cancel them right away), or just for clicking links. I was skeptical at first, but after I got my first check, I started to believe... Check it out: http://www.treasuretrooper.com/573511 Joe
  • There are many ways to make money online ... There are many sites that are legit and fraud ... so you should try to learn more about that site before you go any further site ... There are some sites that give you warning about Fraud sites.... Scumscam.blogspot.com is a such scam warning site.....
  • Yes- depending on what it is.
  • i hope so since ive thought about doing it
  • No and if you think you can make money to suppoort yourself i.e., pay rent and buy groceries then think again. Anybody who wants you to spend money first - run.

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