I have DSL and have been getting paid even while I sleep!

United States
December 18, 2007 8:24pm CST
I never thought this was possible. Actually i used to do it before everything was on the net. I got paid to report computer usage to an independant company. Now they pay me in realtime. Ok so I'm not gonna make a zillion dollars but $10 to $45 a month is a good deal when I don't have to do anything but use my computer.
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@funfreak2k2 (1740)
• India
19 Dec 07
i have also been a member of gomez peer. but i have not reached payout yet. have you been paid? how are your earnings? mine are a little slow may be because i am from india.
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• United States
19 Dec 07
that may be. Also it is best if you keep something running all the time. I choose big downloads of a gig or more. i limit the down load to 25-50k while I am away. This keeps the computer active and the internet active which it what it monitors. You may want to check your computer settings as well to make sure you don't have the comuter do an auto powerdown of your CPU or HD. Hope this helps.
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• India
20 Dec 07
yeah. i follow the same rules to keep my connection active. anyway, thanks for reminding ! :-)
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• United States
20 Dec 07
no problem. have fun
@aries_0325 (3062)
• Philippines
3 Jan 08
Thats awesome and you are lucky to have that earning without working on it. I hope we have that here in my place so that we can earn also like you. By the way, what is your ISP provider. And where is your location.
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• United States
3 Jan 08
I am in the US. Verizon is my provider. I hope it works for you. If not take a look at my profile. The first banner tells you how you can make up to $180 a month. I believe it is available everywhere too.
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@nevaul (84)
• United States
19 Dec 07
While it does sound nice, I would be a bit concerned with the privacy issues someone has when it comes to monitering my system useage through a DSL link up. More to the point whether they're just monitering it or actually have access to the hard drive and the like. I'd hate to be going, "Oh cool, $45" only to turn around and find out that my account was getting suspended due to these people accessing my email to send out spam or using your IP to mask any possible illegal activities they may be doing that you don't know about. If they can moniter, chances are they can most certainly access as well.
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@loralee (542)
• United States
19 Dec 07
I am curious to know who is paying you to do this?
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• United States
19 Dec 07
Take a look at my profile. Under the Project Payday logo is the banner for this site. They don't let everyone in. But if they let you in, it's worth it. I leave my computer on 24/7 earnings are about $45 for a month. Try it out.
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@chunter (1761)
• Singapore
19 Dec 07
Well, $10 to $45 is alright if you are just using your comp....but I think you are missing the point that you have DSL bill and electricity bills to pay...which amount to much more than $10 to $45 a month if you add them together
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• United States
19 Dec 07
Well first of all I had DSL before I got on that site. Second, I have my computer on all the time anyways. Thirdly you get paid whenever you are online whether it is DSL or dial up. Whether it is 24/7 or 1 hour a day. So yeah to me this is a big deal. on top of that I have several computers and I get paid for each one.
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@nevaul (84)
• United States
19 Dec 07
Computers and modems use up less electricity than the average light bulb in the long run as well, so excess costs aren't a serious issue. Though not restarting your computer every now and then can lead to system instability.
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• China
19 Dec 07
Wow,really?You are really a luch man!haha!
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• United States
19 Dec 07
I suppose you are being sarcastic. Not a good thing because there are quite a few who may be interested. If you're not then fine, just watch the sarcasm please. If you were not being sarcastic then sorry.
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• China
19 Dec 07
Sorry,I typed a wrong word,it's luck,not luch.Really,sorry!
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@sdiaz411 (111)
• United States
15 Jan 08
Thanks for the information double. This is good for my computer i leave it on a lot also. so i hope it helps me a bit would be nice to see. never thought they had something like this. if the pay could be better would be a lot better maybe. but like i said i will be checking it out i will come back or leave discussion sometime in the future. thank s again!
@ltmoon (1008)
• United States
15 Jan 08
hmmm, sounds interesting but let's say I'm skeptical
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• United States
15 Jan 08
It is no "BIG MONEY" maker, but it does work. And Gomez does pay. Try it out if you want. It runs in the back ground and I never even notice its there.
• India
22 Dec 07
Hi, doubleloveyou, its for people in the US and Canada.. so guess I am out! :(
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• United States
22 Dec 07
No they said they are taking applications for several areas around the world. You may want to check it out again.
@tinabme2 (90)
• United States
21 Dec 07
Im a member also how long have you been with them? Tina
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• United States
22 Dec 07
To tell the truth I have not been long with Gomez. Although I have heard good things from them and they don't bog your system down like other do.
• Canada
20 Dec 07
wow how did you get that job? did they call you and ask or did you ask them about it?
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• United States
20 Dec 07
You have to apply for it. Not everyone gets to join. They have been VERY selective lately. They are really looking for more dial up applicants. I believe if you are dial up they give $2.00 just for signing up and getting accepted.
• India
19 Dec 07
Hi ! How you could make $ 45 a month ? Can you please tell me ? Miku1bhatwadekar.
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• United States
19 Dec 07
Does it work with cable also? Thanks f or sharing
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• United States
19 Dec 07
It sure does. It's not a processor hog like other such programs. Go to my profile sign up and see. If you decide you don't like it simply remove it. It's htat easy.
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