If you like to read about frauds, do check the article about the best unethical life hacks to make money. It is a very interesting topic and now Insider Monkey has published an article about it. The frauds you will read are not unfamiliar, but it’s important to keep them in mind! We can never know who wants to cheat us or our family members, relatives, friends.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked two best unethical life hacks to make money from their list.
The first one is to have breakfast at the Four Seasons. “If you’re hungry and it’s between 6am-8am you can get free continental breakfast from pretty much any hotel you walk into. It helps if it’s busy.” This one is absolutely, 100% bum-level stealing, but you weren’t googling “11 ways to get to heaven” when you came across this article, so why bother trying to cover it up? If you have some decent-looking clothing and the will to get up at 7am, you can totally walk into a busy hotel breakfast buffet and gorge yourself. According to the Sydney Four Seasons site, breakfast is 42 Australian Dollars per grown up, which is approximately 33 USD. If you manage to do this a couple of times a week, and take some croissants home so you’re set the next day, you could be saving up to 75 USD a week. Just be careful not to get caught. The second life hack for now is to buy cheap and resell expensive. It’s probably one of the easiest life hacks on Earth, and it’s not even that unethical; if people choose to buy expensive old shit, that’s their choice, their problem. It’s fairly easy to do, you just need to locate the cheapest flea markets in your city, or even shop online, and buy anything that might pass as “distressed”. For example, a piece of furniture with the paint scraped off, or a worn out leather jacket. Then all you need to do is promote it on any online shop: “handcrafted wooden bookshelf from the high mountains” SOLD! “Real vintage biker jacket worn by actual gang members”. SOLD! You get the idea.
For any further useful information, read Insider Monkey’s article about 11 unethical life hacks to make money.