Anybody want My Free Google AdWords Voucher

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Last week I received 2 RM 150 FREE Google AdWords  Voucher . When I tried to register with my old Google AdWords account, it doesn’t work. The voucher only works with new Google AdWords account. So if you want my RM 150, just let me know. I will give it FREE. I  got only one so first come first serve.  (The voucher valid RM 150 until May 7 then it will become RM 100 until 28 May). I just want to maintain one account only. Easy to track and monitor payment.

I have been using for quite some time Google AdWords but my account suspended for empty debit card :). But I already solved that by using my new Gold Credit card. So far, the traffic from Google AdWords is great. You will be charged for the click you got. So no worries. For the type of payment, you can choose prepay or using credit/debit card. (if Debit Card, make sure you have enough balance 🙂

For prepay, you have to bank in first around RM 40 before you can start your first campaign.

pfxf

Method of payment is easy since you can pay using PFX as your e- payment channel. You can use local banks like Maybank, CIMB, Bank Islam and Public Bank. SO NO worries. Only RM 40.

In order to attract new visitor thru your ad, make sure you write a creative ad. This is essential to get click. Google AdWords  will provide tools and guide to new user. Trust me its easy to set up your campaign ad.

4 Benefits of Google AdWords

  1. Get people to search for your product to come to your sale page/website
  2. PAY only when someone clicks on your ad. Means no CLICK no MONEY even you have placed it for one week.Full control of your budget. You can set maximum click per day.

  3. Show your ad at potential customers that will be interested in your product. You can target your customer, Malaysia, Asia or US.

  4. Easy to create in just minutes. This free voucher is the right moment to test Google AdWords.

If I am not mistaken, Google is currently promoting  free voucher for new signup. You can check it at Google Adwords .

Happy Blogging!

Tips on Transfer PayPal Money to Malaysian Bank

Hi Guys,

Its look like I have been busy with Facebook all this time, well  a lot of bloggers tend to spend more time on Facebook. Its a platform  that you can socialise with your friend, share update and not forgetting great online game. I was addicted especially to Barn Buddy and Mafia War until I decided to remove it all because i think I should do much more important thing than watching my virtual plan to grow.

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Nevertheless, it has been a lot of update in Making Money Online especially in Malaysia. Where now you can transfer your PayPal money directly to your local bank. Isn’t it easy.Now I have nothing to blog about :). But bare in mind you still need the Credit card or Debit card to get PayPal verification. Below are 2 tutorial that teach you how to link and withdraw your money to local bank

  1. How to link your PayPal account to your Local Bank.
  2. How to withdraw money from your PayPal to local bank

Its very simple step to follow with picture step by step.

Few things that you should remember

  • Your name on PayPal account must be the same with your Bank account. If not than there would be some problem.
  • PayPal will charge you if you give them wrong info to link with your bank account so be extra careful.
  • There are 21 total banks in Malaysia that are currently supported by PayPal
  • The transaction will take up to 2-3 days
  • A fee of RM3 will be charge if your withdrawal is below RM400 around USD 115
  • If your withdrawal is above RM 400, no fees will be charge.
  • The default withdrawal limit is RM2000 a month. But you can change the amount once you verified.
  • You can add your PayPal money simply by add money to Debit/Credit card as PayPal will charge directly to  your card when you made payment using PayPal. So no worries when you dont have money in PayPal account.Easy.

 

PayPal just launched blog for South East Asia called PayPal UnBound. So its good to get update, event and latest tool available.

Welcome to PayPal Unbound, a blog written by the PayPal Singapore team about our company in Southeast Asia (Thailand, Malaysia, Korea, Vietnam, Philippines, Indonesia or Singapore) and India. Here you will find announcements about PayPal events as well as insights from our marketing managers to our tech team to our colleagues in finance. We want the blog to be a meeting place for sharing ideas, exchanging information, expressing opinions, discussing suggestions, answering questions, and responding to feedback. PayPal users, developers, buyers, sellers, shopaholics, savers, spenders, and all are encouraged to join the conversation here and at our other networking sites:

  • Facebook – support their fan page as their need more fan to establish
  • LinkedIn

 

 

Last word, merry xmas and happy new year to all my friends..enjoy your holidays 🙂

Cash Out Your Money from PayPal using Maybank Debit Card

April last year, I did compare Tune Prepaid Visa Card with Maybank Debit card to show how Tune Card is good tools for making money online.

But now, Maybank has upgrade their Maybank Debit Card so the user can use it for internet transactions.

So the famous application for Debit Card Malaysians is to withdraw money from PayPal account. If this is the first time you heard about about PayPal and have no idea about it. Don’t worry. it just an internet account for online transactions. It’s free to use, easy to receive money from online advertiser and you can buy credits for your Barn Buddy game in facebook. 🙂

Ok, the first step to withdraw money from PayPal using Maybank Debit card is simple actually. You must have Maybank2u account and already change your ATM Maybankard to Debit card like this one:

maybank-bankcard to this

I already changed it when my ATM Maybankard broke because of my fat  sharp azz hehe. FYI, PayPal is free to register. They charge you USD 5 per withdrawal.

If you have all this three items than you are ready to withdraw your PayPal money to Maybank Debit Card. Ready

First Phase : Register your Maybank Debit Card to Secure Online Shopping Registration

 

 

 

1. Please login to your Maybank2u account.

  1. Then look under Utilities and Click on Maybankcard Secure Online Shopping Registration

Notes :
To access Maybank Secure Online (MSOS), a credit/debit card link to either MasterCard or VISA is required.
Please fill out all fields.ALL fields are compulsory.

  1. Next fill in the MSOS Password and  Personal Assurance Message. (PAM)

Notes :

Your Personal Assurance Message (PAM) will appear whenever you asked for your password whilst shopping online. This confirm that you are only providing your password to Maybank and you should check to make sure this message is correct.

  1. Then Expired Date, CVV (Refer your Maybank Debit Card ) and then Hint & Answer.
  2. Remember all this PAM and Hint & Answer. Write it somewhere using your secret code. You might need it.

Maybank2u Cash Out

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Money is NOT Everything

Image by Getty Images via Daylife

Hi guys,

How is your weekend? . Good, I hope. All the while I have been telling you to work hard on making money online, rite? So today I want to share with you a true story about how money can tear a family apart.

Family Man

This is based on a true story. Mr. Z worked in the Air Force as a low rank officer. He and his family lived with his brother in law somewhere in KL. His wife sold nasi lemak at a Gas Station near their house in the morning. Mr. Z rode a motorcycle to work every morning. Sometimes he would travel with his family back to the kampung by riding  his motorcycle from KL to Muar with his son sitting in front. After work, he would play with his son at the park. They lived happily without much problem except for their sister in law who had been having some kind of an attitude towards them. She did not like Mr. Z and his family living there. However, his brother in law was a kind person. He told Mr. Z just to ignore his wife.

Opportunity

As life goes went on Mr. Z got promoted and  held a position in the Tender and Project department. After sometime, he managed to understand how tenders were given and set. When you are already very familiar with it, you are in the position to control it, rite? A lot of contractors/vendors will do anything to seduce you to either take bribe or set the tender in their favor. Since money was always the biggest need for Mr. Z, he was not strong enough to fight the temptation. He started to create many new tenders in favor of his clients. Earning from as little as a few thousands and up to hundred of thousands per tender, Mr. Z became a rich man.

He bought a couple of expensive cars and houses but he would still go to the office by riding his motorcycle to cover his tracks. He bought a new house and moved out from his brother in law’s house and lived in one of the houses that he bought. His family lifestyle has changed all in of a sudden. His wife stopped making nasi lemak in the morning and he bought expensive clothing and jeweleries for her. At the same time, he helped his relative financially, especially when his brother in law almost lost his house when his wife lost her job. At least, he had paid their courtesy back.

Image by Getty Images via Daylife

Dirty Money

As time went by, people started to talk behind their backs. How could an army officer live a luxury life like that? When it involves corruption and bribery, it is dirty money. No matter how nice you are, it will turn you into something bad eventually. Mr. Z started to enjoy, going to night clubs and GROs. His wife, believing that he was having an affair, started to become suspicious. They always fought and argued. Their son always became the victim. No more happy family time as it used to be. The problem got worse when Mr. Z wanted to get married and at the same time, the Anti Corruption Agency was investigating him.

His grown up son always ran away from home when he knew that his father wanted to marry a GRO. The family is now really torn apart and in a bad shape. From a happy family, now they are facing a huge family crisis.

My 2 Cents

First of all, it’s not my intention to humiliate this family. I just want to share that money is not everything. We still need money to survive, pay for car loan, education, credit card etc. But happiness is priceless. So there is no meaning for  being rich but you can’t find peace in your family and spend quality time with your kids.

We must work hard in making money offline or online but make sure it is legal. For offline, don’t take bribe,because it is just like taking drugs. Once you have tasted it you will hunger for more. Seriously, it is contagious. For online job, please don’t do click fraud or exchange clicks for making money online with Google Adsense. Don’t trick people to buy your e-books/products by using false claim. This are the dos and don’t that you should remember.

In Islam, we called it rezeki barakah, if you earn it the right way it will benefit you in some ways and bring happiness to you. If you steal from other people, the money that you earn will cause you a lot of trouble. Just remember, what you give you will get back. 🙂 Make your life decision wisely.

CIMB Click Pishing and SMS Alert

A few months ago, Muridi Mohammad from Perlis was shocked when his money has been missing from his CIMB account.He received an SMS telling him he had won RM14,000 in an Akademi Fantasia 6 (AF6) competition. All he had to do to claim his winnings was to telephone the number given.

When he called, a man claiming to be from Astro asked for Muridi’s bank account number to deposit his winnings. Though he was hesitant, he did so. Fortunately he had enough sense to give an account with little money in it.

“I gave him the account my tenant uses to pay the rent.” The CIMB account had a balance of just over RM300.

Although this case is not new, but this poor Ustaz still want to try his luck. He just gave his account number just to see wether the scammer will deposit money or not. But it turns out, the scammer manage to withdraw money from his account two times. About an hour later he checked the account and found that two payments of RM120 had been made to “I-PYMT TO COLL”.

The BIG question here, how this criminal manage to withdraw money just using user account’s number. Really strange. I think this guys are really professional,even CIMB never release a statement about their system flaw.So just use thumb rule, if the offer is too good, then it is a scam. Don’t try to outsmart them. Maybe your are dealing with international criminal :). (more…)

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