Go Virgin and Make Money

If you are really a mobile person and you love to talk on mobiles or rather your job requires you to do, then you can now switch to something that will pay you for using the services.

About Offer
This is an Exclusive Offer; just for Indian users, from Virgin Mobile Services. Now you get paid for using virgin mobile services.

How?
Simply use your mobile and every income call you receive will get you 10-Paisa per minute (0.10 INR). Not much but at least you are receiving some thing on an incoming call.

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No more blah blah, asterisks and no more fine prints. You get money even if you finish you calls in 30seconds. The theory is again simple virgin actually pays you 1-Paisa (0.01INR) per 6 seconds of your call.

About Money
Do think positive ways, you will not get money to actually buy you a dinner or get a check or cash, but the money you will make will be credited in your Virgin Mobile Account and you can use to make calls of this money, anywhere in the world.

So, now you don’t have to actually worry about your mobile bills anymore, if you are short of some balance get some incoming calls for your mobile and your mobile is recharged again.

Therefore start thinking creative ways to get more incoming calls to make more money for your mobile.

Spam Alert: Google blocking accounts

Nigerian scam spammers are using Google Calendar to find a new gateway into the corporate world.

According to Web security firm BitDefender the emails are personalized with a different link sent to each recipient, making URL-based filtering much harder.

“This is a new and untried social engineering approach,” said BitDefender CTO, Bogdan Dumitru.

“The fact that these things are being spammed in huge numbers is a bit odd — usually there is a testing phase, to evaluate the response rate. Normally, after testing, some techniques are found ineffective and never get used again. This one’s different.”

The “Nigerian” scam works by telling the recipient that they have inherited or are due a large amount of money from an unlikely source. The spammer then tells the recipient to provide banking details in order to receive the money.

BitDefender says Google support has been notified to block the accounts used in the scam.

Written By Mike Sachoff