All you have to do is order a twitter cash starter kit for $1.95, but that’s how they get your credit card info and then later charge you a monthly fee of $47.

But wait, there’s more. By signing up for the program you get to create your own fake newspaper site to recruit others. For each new victim, you get $47 bucks…a pyramid scheme.

“First thing you should ask yourself is how someone could make ten thousand dollars a month from home. Usually, it is impossible. It cannot be done unless it is a scam,” said John Hinkle, Internet Fraud Attorney.

A scam that’s hard to fight, because these sites that promise fast cash for little work can disappear in just a few days or weeks.

This scammer must be caught and sentenced to 100 years in prison. Another Ponzi scam.

It is possible to make $10,000 a month from home, but not from this Twitter Cash Starter Kit.

And if you have realised that your credit card information has been passed to the wrong hands, what should you do? Call your credit card company immediately and block it off. Don’t waste time whining yet until your credit card company is informed. They will issue you a new card with a new number.


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