Friday, May 18, 2012

HOW AND WHO CAN HELP UGANDANS GET WORK ON-LINE?

Have You Ever Considered Working Online? By: AMANDA WINSTON Career Journal Investigator | Your Daily Finance Wednesday, May 16, 2012 Abana Mensah-Ansong from Kampala never thought that she would work online, until curiosity got the best of her and she filled out a simple online form. Before she knew it, she discovered her secret to beating the recession, and being able to provide for her family while at home with her three children. I read Abana's blog last month and decided to feature her story in our weekly consumer report. In our phone interview she told me her amazing story. "I actually make about $5,000-$6,000 a month working from home. It's enough to comfortably replace my old jobs' income, especially considering I only work about 15-18 hours a week from home. Working online has been a financial windfall for Abana, who struggled for months to find a decent job but kept hitting dead ends. "I lost my job shortly after the recession hit, I needed reliable income, I was not interested in the "get rich quick" scams you see all over the internet. Those are all pyramid scams or stuff where you have to sell to your friends and family. I just needed a legitimate way to earn a living for me and my family. The best part of working online is that I am always home with the kids. Thanks to the Online Career Package Kit I am giving my kids the childhood they deserve." I asked her about how she started her life-changing journey. "It was pretty easy, I filled out a short form and applied for a work-at-home kit. There is a small activation fee; it's not really free but it was under $2. I got the kit and within four weeks I was making over $3,500 a month. It's really simple, I am not a computer whiz, but I can use the internet. I don't even have to sell anything and nobody has to buy anything. Companies are constantly recruiting people for this, you should try it." The companies you work with are worth over 100 billion dollars and are the most used sites in the internet market place, like Amazon, Google, Walmart, Delta, Apple and more... You're using the top ranked sites in the world, over 50 percent of all internet traffic flows through them everyday. It's a great opportunity and this has been helping people work at home for over 5 years. Why not get in with the internet's best and biggest companies? There are plenty of scams on the internet claiming you can make $40,000 a month, but that is exactly what they are - scams. From my conversation with Abana, "I am making a good salary from home, which is amazing, under a year ago I was jobless in a horrible economy. I thank God every day that I filled out that form." Quickly, Abana Mensah-Ansong was able to use the simple Online Career Package to make it out of the recession. "I actually make $5,000-$6,000 a month from home." -Abana Mensah-Ansong Working online has been a financial windfall for Abana, who struggled for months to find a decent job but kept hitting dead ends. "I lost my job shortly after the recession hit, I needed reliable income, I was not interested in the "get rich quick" scams you see all over the internet. Those are all pyramid scams or stuff where you have to sell to your friends and family. I just needed a legitimate way to earn a living for me and my family. The best part of working online is that I am always home with the kids, I save a lot of money." Abana had never shared her story before, and with her permission, we are putting it public. Here's how to get started: Step 1 Go to this link, fill out a basic online form and hit submit at Home Income Cash System Step 2 Follow the instructions at Home Income Cash System and set up your account. Then they will give you the website links to post. Start posting those links. Everything gets tracked. Step 3 You should receive your first cheque within a week or so. Or you can start to have them wire directly into your bank account. (Your first cheques will be about $500 to $1,500 a week. Then it goes up from there. Depends on how many links you posted online.)

46 comments:

  1. Is that a real story or just a modern deception? Because I have been impressed and I want to join the business.

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  2. one word fro you guys SCAM!!!

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  3. Nice story. please post me the actual link and if possible the telephone or email address of the successful lady. i really need her help

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  4. plz get me her contacts on my
    email

    marimahyid@gmail.com

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  5. Scam!!! I have found this exact same story several time on the internet with this same lady but coming from different places. She has been Abana Mensah-Ansong from Kampala, Abana Mensah-Ansong from Windhoek, Abana Mensah-Ansong from Accra and Abana Mensah-Ansong from Mountain view (with a small v) If it's too good to be true then it usually is. Sorry.

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    1. U are likely right! I have done my own homework and realize the story is a fallacy-has inconsistency and thus most likely not true!! Her residence keeps changing, now she lives in Dar es salaam. And while the response are over 100 only 7 are shown. And now there is a deadline for free trial application, its to-morrow! finally it attached itself as headline in one site where i found it, anywhere u click, it opens the same page for u to fill in. I quit, and on coming back it was no longer there! disappeared!

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    2. LOL, this lady called Abana Mensah-Ansong comes from sooo many countries. They've given her multiple identity disorder! LOL

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    3. Also from Mombasa.

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    4. the article i read said she is based in Harare, what made me question it was her name it did not look zimbabwean

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    5. She's also from Kinshasa now...

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    6. Thanks be to God! 2 days ago I attempted to fill that form with a deadline of 28th Feb 2013 but went to check with my bankers about my visa card, when I went back home I perused through the net only to find the same story but this time in the names of Ivie Oni from Lagos, she too claiming the same! In fact, the contents are the same apart from the change of names! People of God, beware - its actually a scam!

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    7. wiziiii wizzz mtupu

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    8. It is true that this is a scam because I had read that she stays in Nairobi.

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    9. She is also coming from Freetown! This online business may be true but this lady may not exist. It is unbelievable that one person with same names comes from different countries.

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  6. If you think this is not a scam look at this http://www.careerjournalonline.org/newsupdate/workfromhome/vc/0a34jkm/za/ and explain how does the same story happen in Uganda and South Afica to 2 different mothers? Or at leaest prove that this Amanda Winston Journal Investicator is for real I trid the name is linked to same story in different country. People dont be fooled!!!

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    1. U are likely right! I have done my own homework and realize the story is a fallacy-has inconsistency and thus most likely not true!! Her residence keeps changing, now she lives in Dar es salaam. And while the response are over 100 only 7 are shown. And now there is a deadline for free trial application, its to-morrow! finally it attached itself as headline in one site where i found it, anywhere u click, it opens the same page for u to fill in. I quit, and on coming back it was no longer there! disappeared!

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  7. It appears the woman is now from Lusaka, Zambia.If they are willing to pay so much for whatever work is being done, why not make subscription free instead of asking for $19 which they say is half price.I smell a sewer rat.

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  8. Useful information ..I am very happy to read this article..thanks for giving us this useful information. Fantastic walk-through. I appreciate this post. home income system

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  9. Be careful with that lady, don't play with fire. Now days there are a lot of WILDCARDS around the internet. Just ask your self and think critically.

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  10. They want to steal money from poor africans ! The world is full of hate ! This lady abana mensah - ansong cannot possibly exist if she comes from many countries. I read that she came also from nairobi. i come from nairobi, i am kenyan, and that does not sound to me like a typical kenyan name. They just made up an african sounding name and a story. That child of hers in the picture is half white. Which white man is called ansong ? well, maybe, but never heard of it. Dont let these people rob africa !!

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  11. most of these are scam.... what is the guarantee that this is real??

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  12. Now it says she's from Mombasa.
    Let me put it this way: No Name does not exist in any of the 40 something tribes of Kenya. Not any of the neighbouring 5 countries, therefore cannot claim to be a refugee!
    I rest my case. Oooh! Pass me a glass of water.

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  13. Now, it says she's from Mombasa.
    Let me put it this way: The name does not exist in any of the 40 something tribes of Kenya and neither among any of the 5 neighbouring countries, and therefore she cannot claim to be a refugee in Kenya!
    I rest my case. Oooh! Pass me a glass of water.

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  14. The name is actually Ghanaian, from West Africa.
    I almost fell but on checking and realising gthe woman is from every city in Africa, i thought twice. she is even from Ouagadougou!!!
    SCAM! SCAM!! SCAM!!!

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  15. people that scam!

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  16. Yeah this is definately a scam but everyone here checked it out, me included :), there is no such thing as get rich quick it takes effort, faith and a bit of patience plus consistency here's where i learn to make money http://www.wealthyaffiliate.com?a_aid=91095c01 p.s its absolutely free no promotions or anything just schooling on online business

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  17. Guess what she is also from Kenya. This has made me doubt the sweet story she is telling. Definitely a scam

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  18. we have to be careful African's, there cant be such easy money!!!

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  19. Has anyone noticed the dates for the 7 posts keep changing? 1st time I checked, they were all in Decemder!!!

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  20. These are one of hundreds of "sucker scams" on the web today and are easy to create, be careful, think wisely..and remember that when something is too good to be true, then it propably isnt. GOD BLESS AFRICA:)

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  21. I wanted it to be so true but now I am only confused, to earn those dollars would make you rich in Malawi I read about it from here
    http://newsonlineweekly.com/africa/finance/ and I still want it to be true just want to try it and see for myself.

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  22. why then the confusion abt that lady and subscription fee

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  23. What makes me suspicious is the fact that she is from many cities in Africa but if you are familiar with the name, it shows that she is from Ghana. I have learnt that in life, you need to work to earn an honest living. If you try some of these ventures, you might end up losing what you have in your bank account through computer fraud. My advice is that you just need to be sure very before remitting your money using your master or visa card. Be warned!!

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  24. and it should be Abena (Tuesday Born)and not Abana

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  25. Oh thank you for that good analysis. I am a Ugandan and the name does not sound Ugandan at all. I almost fell in the trap but i decided to look for the lady's page on face book. That is how i landed on these good comments. I hereby conclude that this is a real scam and should be avoided totally.

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  26. Now she is from Gaborone Botswana...

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  27. I can also conclude its a SCAM!!! I tried finding the people whose testimonies were posted at their website and could find a single one of them.I have been at different sites and indeed such people have been traceable.

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  28. She is now from Ndola, i almost fell for this scam but for my insufficiently funded account and when i googled her, the story was posted in 2010 depending on the site.

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  29. THIEF... THIEF...THIEF.

    Ugandans, don't believe this story. Abana Mensah-Ansong is supposed to be from Accra, Ghana. She doesn't even exist.

    Try a google search on "MUM MAKES $ 7000-$8000/month" before you even click anything.

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  30. IT is a Ghanaian name, I am a Ghanaian and I almost got fooled too till I read this blog!

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