Hits4pay, ssshhhh I think they know something

United States
January 3, 2008 6:21pm CST
I am 15 cents away from payout and then I was going to close my account. They never send more than 5 emails per week. Now all of a sudden I just got 14 emails! What would you do? Quit or stay?
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7 responses
@SachseMom (449)
• United States
4 Jan 08
The same thing happened to me recently. I can't get my last 20 cents so I can cash out. I thought about leaving but I keep thinking well it's extra money so stay and see how it goes.
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• Australia
4 Jan 08
I would stay just to get the cheque - that's what I do if a site doesn't send too many emails
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• United States
4 Jan 08
No I meant leave AFTER I get my first check. I am definitely staying til I get my check, count on that!
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@Carnanco (70)
• United States
4 Jan 08
I do hits4pay while I'm surfing traffic exchanges or even posting here. So I don't really pay much attention to it and generally only log in once a week or so. But I usually have 15-20 to look at. Check your interests list. Some categories get more emails than others.
• United States
4 Jan 08
Good idea on the surfing thing. They do pay well....hmmm something to think about. Thanks for giving me another idea.
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@mummybec (685)
• Australia
4 Jan 08
although I have not heard pf this site before, is there a way to turn off the emails? if not maybe get your payout and then see how you feel about it - make your choice then whether yo saty or go.
• United States
4 Jan 08
I think they have a vacation feature which stops the emails for awhile. But if I turn off the emails it defeats the purpose of trying to get more emails that make it worth my time to stay with the company.
@mummybec (685)
• Australia
4 Jan 08
ahhh ok I get it... sorry I didnt understand what the emails were for... so in other words you want more emails from them? I get it now
• United States
5 Jan 08
yes, more emails mean more $$$$$$. They pay very well but not enough emails
@coffeebreak (17820)
• United States
4 Jan 08
If it isn't costing you anything, takes hardly anytime at all to do, and all the little bits add up to a nice chunk of change and you got 14 to do, why not just do them and let it all add up?
• United States
4 Jan 08
Its costing me time so far. The timer is really long there and I could use that time to post here in mylot. But I will stay until I get my check. I might stay if nothing else comes up, thanks
• United States
4 Jan 08
You should post and run the timer at the same time. I use the current version of Internet Explorer and open different tabs. I'll have myLot in one tab and Hits4pay in another. Let the timer run in one screen while your type in the other.
@anniepa (27248)
• United States
16 Jan 08
I would definitely NOT close my account. What do you have to lose by keeping it open? As you said, you're cents away from payout so once you see you really get paid, why quit? Annie
• United States
16 Jan 08
Its nerve racking thinking about going thru this again, getting close to payout. There are so many scams out there. I would rather have lower payouts and get paid than put all my time into one with high payout and they might not be around for payout.
• United States
4 Jan 08
It boils down to what you want out of the program. If you don't mind the lengthy time investment (provided that you don't have a bunch of referrals and it's just passive income) then keep doing what makes you happy. If it's become tiresome and monotonous, which is did REALLY fast for me, then it's time to step away and find some other, more profitable programs/online endeavors. Best of luck in your decision.
• United States
5 Jan 08
I couldnt put my finger on it until now. Your comment is exactly how I feel. I just get bored on this site with all the waiting. I think it became so frustrating that 30 seconds just seemed like 30 minutes, LOL. Well said!