*scam * alert*
February 24, 2008 2:35pm CST
*SCAM * ALERT* I know a lot of you Mylot folks are after the internet bucks. Scams abound on the internet and as good neighbors we should expose the posers, pretenders, and plain old rip-offs that we encounter while surfing the internet. There are no "easy" bucks to be made on the internet, but we have a right to be dealt with honestly by these companies and receive what they promised us at sign-up. It's long past time and we need to expose these rip-offs and take back the internet from the scam artists. After a month of non-responsive emails with customer service, it is time to drop the hammer on www.thissiteisforreal.com for failure to credit activity and payout. Automatic payout is supposed to be $10 minimum, and they still haven't credited me for $17.00 worth of activity. Canned responses sent by an auto-response email system to problem-tickets is not effective member service. This supposed survey/gpt site floods your inbox with offers that they do not credit your account for trying. Do not enable this site by being suckered into joining. If you are already a member and are experiencing similar problems, speak out and let other know!
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24 Feb 08
I belong to a site (NocturnalMails) where the admin lets his members know immediately of sites that are dubious. His latest information regards a site called Makbux which has been hacked :( I am not a member there and don't recall seeing it mentioned here at all but I feel I could mention it here in your discussion.
• United States
24 Feb 08
It is my considered opinion, that there is only a few ways to make money from your pc. One must have goods or a service to provide, or if your a daytrader. Helium falls under service, you are writting for what you earn, and you are paid based on how well you can write.