AOL jumps on the get-rich-quick bandwagon.
February 14, 2000 10:24 AM   Subscribe

AOL jumps on the get-rich-quick bandwagon. "Every time you generate a new member for AOL who stays for 90 days, AOL will pay you $15. Imagine how much extra cash you could make! Make $20,000, $40,000, $80,000, $100,000 - the sky is the limit!" Wow, it almost sounds easier than working...
posted by mathowie (1 comment total)

 
Why, it's fast, fun AND free! And you only have to sign up 6,667 friends to reach that $100,000 target!

Fortunately, AOL is eager to help out. Last week a new category appeared on my friend's AOL IM: "Mail contacts online".

It looked like it was trying to tell her I was online. I wasn't. This is what happened when she clicked my name: "An AOL pop-up encouraging me to sign on a friend appeared."

Five minutes later two more of MY friends showed up on HER "Mail contacts online" list. It seems to be grabbing names from email headers.
posted by kcchip at 5:31 PM on February 14, 2000


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