Can someone tell me how they cancel all the offers after they sign up ?

@Carrie26 (1587)
United States
May 30, 2007 10:25pm CST
I was wondering how everyone cancels the offers they sign up for.Like for example the free 30 day trial ones that pay you to sign up for them.Like on Treasure Trooper,Cash Crate,ect.I know that they have free offers that you dont have to cancel and you get paid for them as well.But I had signed up for Paid TO Try and they paid me around 60.00 but I had to write down when I signed up and when I had to cancel the free trials that I signed up for so I wouldnt be charged on my debit card.It seems like it can be a hassle at times when you sign up for the ones that are for a 30 day free trail because some of the ones that I called said are you sure you want to cancel.?Some though just cancelled me and never gave me no hassle about it.I was just wanting to know other peoples methods of how they manage thier time and cancel the 30 day free trial ones.Also I have read on the forums here that people have made good money from doing Like Treasure Trooper,Cash Crate,ect.I was wondering if you can tell me how you do it.I am a Stay at home mom and I do pay per clicks as well.But I am kind of wanting to make a little more money.
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@wmaharper (2316)
• United States
31 May 07
Carrie, it's true, you can make good money doing some of the trials and things. I found, the best thing to do is to buy a prepaid visa gift card, you can use it like your debit/credit card, but you don't have to worry about your cc number being all over the internet, and if you do forget to cancel, if you keep the balance fairly low, they won't get a lot of money out of you! your local walgreens should carry them, otherwise you can order one on line, and some of the gpt sites even have that as an option for a payout. you will make A LOT more money doing offers like this, trust me. If you need any more tips, I have a blog with a lot of tips for gpt sites, and about 20 sites that I like. Good Luck!! wmaharper (melissa) www.worksfromhome.blogspot.com p.s. as far as keeping track of them, I put it in a special calandar that I bought just for my gpt sites, when I sign up, I write down all the info, (account number, email address used, and which site, to make sure I did get credited for it) so it's easier to find when I need it.
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@Carrie26 (1587)
• United States
31 May 07
I have appreciated all of your responses and help.Thank you all so much.
@wmaharper (2316)
• United States
31 May 07
Hope it helped! THanks for best response!
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@vampoet (825)
• Singapore
31 May 07
I usually have a record of how many 30day free trials i have and how many 60 days free trial I have. So on the 29th day I cancel all my 30 day free trials and on the 59th day cancel all my 60 day free trials. I find it less hassel when I do it this way.
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@Carrie26 (1587)
• United States
31 May 07
Thank you for your response.It has helpede me greatly.:)
@sedel1027 (17854)
• United States
31 May 07
I have a notebook I track things in that has cancel dates, name of the offer, what site it belongs to, etc. The I go through the notebook at the beginning of the week and see what I need to cancel.I just tell them I want to cancel and they usually listen. I also try to do offers that allow you to cancel online. Many of the sites have free offers. My first month I made $200 just on freebies one 2 different sites. Check out my blog as I have a bunch of different sites that are listed and am always adding new opportunities as I get paid by them. http://interesting-tidbits.blogspot.com/ Feel free to contact me as I do have some tips and tricks that I don't post on the site, but am more than willing to give out to new comers.
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