The reason I find this so surprising is that this particular blog, for whatever reason, has 0 PR. Not sure why, it simply does not. Course it’s also still relatively new and I haven’t exactly been working that hard on keyword rankings either. Given that I’m only getting 30 – 50 page views a day, that’s probably a factor. Whatever. Back to the point….
So, let’s get started: As I stated earlier – why would anyone want to link to a PR-0 site from a PR2 site? Mystery but whatever. Who is Leinka Mills? Well, we’re not so sure because if you do a Google search on her she comes up as a spammer who is well known for sending out this EXACT email for a variety of sites. OK so let’s see if she actually owns these sites….ummm not so much. According to Who is records, the sites are owned by someone who uses the email: email@example.com (like that is so real *ugh*). …. So let’s take a quick look at these sites….first of all, I find it highly amusing even that she / he / it has not included an actual LINK to either of these sites in this email. Makes her look like less of a scammer/spammer I guess. Wait though, it does get better….Of course, this “person” is working on some freaky link building scheme. They’re not asking you to pay for linking but they are TRYING to suck link juice from you to make sure that their scams get promoted. Oh! Did I say scams? Yes, I found more than one. Let’s take a look at two links I picked out of their website <ready?> You can look at the others and determine for your self what the deal is there but the two with the red arrows intrigued me.
So tell me who buys a URL that reads like this? http://www.onlinemoneyme.com/ seriously? This is the “best way to make money online (not)” website. Of course all you will find on there is a link to the “instant payday” program that tells you how to attract other scammers suckers people to do the same thing and you of course will make thousands of dollars a day (same crap, different name)….so let’s look at the OTHER site that promises “Make Mass Money”…. +First of all, the site name actually matches this time. But the site will eat your eyes out of your head. It brings UGLY to a whole new level – because I don’t want people to have to click through to these scumbags, I’ll show you a quick clip: And, here’s the kind of English you can expect
Thanks For Coming To Are Site. Here Are Some Great Software. Tell Everyone So They To Can Get These Software For Free Why They Last. We Post New Software All The Time So Make Sure You Check Back. Thanks AgianSo I checked out their three links without clicking on them, I simply rolled over with my mouse and GUESS what I found:
HERE’S WHAT THE WORST PART OF THIS SCAM IS:Join these sites for free (supposedly tested sites right)
1. Zip Nada Zilch – proven scam
2. WAZZUB - another (unproven) scam
3. AW Surveys – and their TOS is fascinating with this clause (and I quote directly) “(L) Yearly Earnings: The maximum amount that can be claimed during 1 fiscal year (Jan 1st to Dec 31st), is $550. Amounts over this must be held to the next fiscal year to receive payout.” … which means they are scamming the IRS!
So lady/sir whatever you are…. take your spam someplace else and when you are interested in getting links from legitimate sites you should vet your scamming buddies better. Important note: It appears that as of May 6, 2017 these sites have disappeared from search engines and now show as unused. This is GREAT news for those who are looking for legitimate work at home opportunities.