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Do you want to make a living playing Internet Bingo from your home computer? So would lots of people but in the real world, it’s not likely to happen. The first thing you need to keep in mind when someone tells you something like “You can make thousands playing Internet Bingo” is that they’re probably trying to sell you something. The next thing you need to remember is that what they’re trying to sell probably isn’t worth anything.

One of the most common scams of all times goes something like this. There’s an advertisement in the want ads section of a newspaper that reads, “Would you like to receive 100 envelopes every week with $5 in each? Send $5 to …” and finishes with an address that’s usually a post office or drop box number. Maybe you wouldn’t send this person the $5 because you can see through the scam, but many people do. This person has been out the cost of a classified ad and a post office box, and will probably come out with a tidy profit. The same happens in a variety of forms everyday, and many intelligent people just don’t recognize the scam for what it is.

The most successful scams usually involve relatively small amounts of money. That’s why someone may tell you that they’ll share their secrets of internet bingo success for only $5 or $10. Five dollars isn’t a big investment. And there’s always that little bit of doubt – what if this person really does have an inside track or some useful advice?

The bottom line is that there are some very nice prizes to be won playing internet bingo. And there are some sites that are going to take your money without ever offering any return. Most people enjoy internet bingo for the thrill of the game, the bingo promotions, and for the chance to win some of those prizes. Just keep your goals reasonable and you’re very likely to find that you’re a very successful internet bingo player.