OMG now they are advertising “mail processing” and “other easy jobs” at our college. i went downstairs to make a phone call and saw the advertisement of http://www.studentypay.com (if you go there, please protect yourself from popups. they don’t go away) i tore off one of the paper slips from the ad and it said Mailing/Other Easy Work, Can Fit Your Schedule, No Esp. Req. Up to $938/wk
i thought we already talked about that this is a scam. now they are attacking colleges?! and what the hell does “No Esp. Req” stand for? “No Especially Requirements” – you mean “No Special Requirements”?! this is so ridiculous arg..
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That’s so true! In high school, my friends and I wanted to do that so much. I couldn’t come up with the $49 startup so I didn’t, but she didn’t. It was a scam. I wonder, if it was a scam, how come no one stopping it?
That’s so true! In high school, my friend and I wanted to do that so much. I couldn’t come up with the $49 startup so I didn’t, but she didn’t. It was a scam. I wonder, if it was a scam, how come no one stopping it?
No Exp Req is “No Experience Required”. Like I said, it is possible to make money stuffing envelopes, because I’ve done it. Just don’t expect $1000/week. I only got $80 doing it, and I didn’t pay any kind of set-up fees.
well it’s not “No Exp Req” it’s “No Esp. Req” XP
wtf? I think it’s a scam, and I’ve been sitting here trying to figure it out. lol Maybe it’s “No Especialties Required?” lol, I dunno.
That’s pathetic! Hopefully no one signed up, especially since it’s college students. “No ESP Reguired” Good, so you don’t have to be physcic! 🙂
LOL i like your translation!
Thanks to dictionary.com 😀
Well it’s still happening, because it’s now 2009 and I just found one of those today on a bulletin board at my school.