From the desk of Scott Welch......
There is a new wave of advertising that is sweeping the country - mobile advertising. This is advertising placed on moving vehicles such as cars or trucks. Advertisers have realized this is a great way to promote their product or service at a substantially lower cost than billboard, television or radio advertising.
This type of advertising can also benefit people who are unemployed, as the advertisers need average everyday people to drive these vehicles. Whether you are unemployed, working part time, or are just looking for some extra income, mobile advertising may be the solution for you. Some advertisers pay $400-$3,200 per month to people who drive 800-4,000 miles per month, live in a well-populated area, and are willing to have a removable vinyl advertisement placed on their vehicle. Some advertisers are offering free, brand new cars for people to drive for 1-2 years, maintenance free, which already have advertisements on them. The car will not be yours to keep, but you can drive it for free, for up to 2 years, and you will only be required to pay for gas - no maintenance. That is not a bad offer for someone who doesn't already have a car, or is currently driving an unreliable car.
Unfortunately, internet scammers have become aware of this type of advertising, and are using to rake in your hard earned money. Hundreds of web sites have popped up claiming to be able to help anyone get a free car, or a job driving an ad car within a matter of days. They entice you with thoughts of driving around in a brand new Corvette or Hummer, and many even state that you will get a free car AND get paid $3,200/month for driving that car. That will NEVER happen.
The fact is, if you want a free car or a job driving an ad car, you will likely have to wait 3-12 months on a waiting list. While that is still a nice offer, these internet scammers do not make you aware of that. Also, very few people will earn $3,200 per month driving an ad car, unless they drive thousands of miles every month, in a hugely populated city, and drive daily routes that the advertiser specifies. Typically, most drivers earn closer to $300-$400 per month for putting an ad on their own car. Most of the "free car" web sites we've reviewed also have the following downsides:
1) Outdated directories & resources with non-working links, phone numbers, & email addresses.
2) No customer service or help in getting a car, or getting paid to drive.
3) No refunds if you are unsatisfied - Most of these fly-by-night free car web sites claim to get you a car or job within days. Then they do not respond to your refund requests, and once their web site gets shut down due to complaints, they start another one under a different name.
4) Poorly designed sites with confusing navigation systems and information, and non-working pages.
After going through hundreds of "free car" web sites, talking to their owners, and reviewing their member's areas, we can safely recommend the following 3 "free car" web sites, as they have proven to be legitimate sources for free vehicles and/or driving jobs. We've done thorough research with these sites, spoken with the owners many times, and applied for vehicles and driving jobs through their sites. These sites are legitimate, and make visitors aware that it may take several months to receive a free car or a driving job. They also don't try to mislead you into believing everyone will make $3,200+ per month if they do get a job as a driver. And best of all, they each offer a 90 day, no questions asked, 100% money-back guarantee. So you really have nothing to lose.
After joining the sites below, and applying to several of their resources, we were placed on several waiting lists. After 4 months, we were offered a 2004 VW Beetle to drive for free with an advertisement on it. After another 2 months went by, we were also offered $400 per month to have a vinyl, removable ad placed on one of our own cars. Even though we were required to wait 4-6 months, we were quite happy with the results. After all, if someone told you to wait 4 months and you'd get a free car, who wouldn't take that offer?
- Scott Welch
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