Carnival Scam, the real Agloco, free MLS listings

Carnival Scam

WiseBread, the blog I read daily, gathered a few videos that I find very entertaining. The Real Hustle, a UK television series, uncovers scam behind some of the fairground attractions. It is pretty amazing how easy it is to fool people in believing the game is fair. Check it out

Carnival Of Scams – Top 4 fairground cons at WiseBread

The real Agloco

I wrote about Agloco before. What I didn’t expect at that time is just how popular it will be. I guess old tricks can work just as well when you put new wrapping around them. Trader’s Narrative explains why:

How People Think it Works:

  1. Spend Some Hours Surfing
  2. Get Gobs of $$$

How Agloco Really Works:

  1. Spend Some Hours Surfing
  2. Get Limited Agloco ‘hour units’
  3. Convert ‘hour units’ to Agloco ’shares’
  4. Agloco Goes Public
  5. Agloco Becomes Profitable
  6. Agloco’s Board Declare Cash Divident
  7. Agloco ‘members’ Receive $

What Everyone Ought to Know About Agloco at Trader’s Narrative

Free MLS listings

Talks about real estate bubble don’t make your head spin yet? Jonathan from MyMoneyBlog uncovers some savings in listing your house at MLS for free. That is probably just around $500 but in times when real estate prices go south, each penny counts

Iggys House Beta (via MyMoneyBlog)

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2 Responses to “Carnival Scam, the real Agloco, free MLS listings”

  1. 1 XynamaX Mar 27th, 2007 at 7:17 pm

    Hmm, free MLS. The national association of realtors wouldn’t approve this…

  2. 2 Yan Mar 27th, 2007 at 7:57 pm

    Thanks they don’t have to. I used a realtor services before. The amount of their pay off compared to what they actually do makes me think this is the biggest rip off out there

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