The Games that Scam the Most, Win.

Great write up over on TC on the various scams on Facebook and Myspace.

Gotta love Mike bitching about scams on facebook with ads like this appearing on the same page of his site:

Another Scam

Sounds like the pot calling the kettle black. That or maybe by clicking that ad, the majority of people can make $1000 per day from 60 mins a day of work.

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2 Responses to “The Games that Scam the Most, Win.”

  1. […] The unknown from me, and I’d note Shukla touches on it, is how many of these dubious ads are delivered automatically as part of a network, vs a complicit action on behalf of OfferPal and others to show them. If you want an excellent example of automation, check out Quadzilla’s post on the issue, where he notes that against the same post on TechCrunch appeared a “make $1000 a day” ad…likely one of those get rich on Google scams that have been going around this year. […]

  2. […] (FYI, the SEO Blackhat site points out that TechCrunch itself has been know to run some less-than-entirely-legit ads. I haven’t seen any of them myself on the site, but I can’t say I’d be surprised to find them.) […]