Tuesday, June 07, 2005

Blogging for Money

Some blog for fun, some for money and some like me for both! And why not? So, I decided to post some articles /links here, that could earn you some money, hopefully to cover some of your costs - hosting, domain name etc.

I came across GreenZap that pays you some money for free! GreenZap is a global online payment solution provider. They provide a fast, easy-to-use and secure way for you to safely send, receive and do just about anything with money online. GreenZap can be used to purchase goods and services on EBay(r), Yahoo Auctions(r), Craig's list(tm), or any number of other consumer-driven sales sites.

Opening a GreenZap account, is F-R-E-E and once you do, you'll be a part of my community and rewarded with $25 to spend online...just for signing up! You will also be rewarded for anyone and everyone who joins your community and becomes a GreenZap member. Simply click on this GreenZap link.
Hat Tip: Bradsblog

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

GreenZap is another facet of Damon Westmoreland’s Mazumah.biz, a known MLM operation.

Linda Murphy is Mazumah’s VP of Marketing and is also involved with many of Damon Westmoreland’s other "get rich quick"-type businesses. She registered GreenZap with San Diego California’s Fictitious Business Names on March 10, 2005:

GREENZAP FBN #2005008722 Details

Number of Businesses 001
Business Name GREENZAP
Number of Owners 001
Filing Date (CCyy/MM/DD) 20050310
Expiration Date(CCyy/MM/DD) 20100310
Business Conducted By Individual

http://sandiego.craigslist.org/sls/68985003.html Linda Murphy posted job offer for Mazumah’s internet-based banking and payroll division

Pictures of Linda Murphy and Damon Westmoreland
http://www.mazumah.biz/index.htm Click on PICTURES tab

Greenzap is a Damon Westmoreland company no matter who is listed as President, CEO, etc. Run a Google search on Damon Westmoreland, Caruba International (also arubatradewinds or Tradewind Holding Co) tele-card network, mypaysystems, BestOf.com, Card Global, jet99 and too many others to mention.

A few CARUBA articles:
http://www.abcnews4.com/news/stories/0305/214999.html Attorney General Warns Against Pyramid Scheme

http://turideas.com/2caruba.htm Westmoreland Executive Vice President and Ivan Shew-A-tjon (AKA Ivan F. Shew) President of Caruba International

http://www.sandiego.bbb.org/commonr…d=3002153&code= BBB report on Tele-card Network showing Damon Westmoreland as owner

FTC and Tele-card Network:

Washington, D.C., Nov. 18, 1996 (DLD Digest) — In a massive crackdown that is the broadest federal-state coordinated effort of its type, the Federal Trade Commission and enforcement officials from 25 states last Friday announced that they have taken more than 75 law enforcement actions so far against get-rich-quick self-employment schemes, including work-at-home scams, pyramid schemes often pitched on the Internet, and pre-packaged small businesses involving everything from vending machine frauds to sophisticated medical billing services.

The actions are the result of "Operation Missed Fortune," launched early last summer. This federal/state effort targets scam artists who capitalize on downsizing, the growth of computers in consumers’ homes and other trends by promising people "proven" and "lucrative" opportunities to gain financial independence and to "be your own boss." The firms charge up-front fees ranging from $30 to tens of thousands of dollars. Officials said the fraudulent companies make false promises about high earnings, sometimes refer consumers to phony references or "shills" who give glowing, but false, reports about the business, and frequently fail to provide consumers with detailed business disclosure documents required by federal or state law. The FTC staff estimated that consumers lose tens of millions of dollars to get-rich-quick business scams every year. Officials will be filing more actions as part of this project in the coming weeks.

FTC Operation Missed Fortune: http://www.ftc.gov/opa/1996/11/misdfortlst.htm look under California for Tele-card Network

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Is this GreeenZap thing for real? I've registered but am not sure...

Please do lemme know


6:43 AM  
Blogger SatishTalim said...

As of now, we don't stand to lose anything. I will definitely keep all of you posted on further developments.

10:05 AM  

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