Are there any paid to play sites for international members that actually pays?

@Emiese (994)
Sweden
June 7, 2008 9:35am CST
I am interested in joining paid to play sites. However, so far I have only found a couple, and they only allow members from US and Canada. I am therefore curious if any of you international members are using any paid to play sites. I searched through old discussions here before I wrote this, and I have found a few discussions, but they are about a year old. They talk about sites like Wealthwars and Prizee. The discussions were written by people that had recently joined those sites. Maybe you can tell me if you have gotten paid or if you think it is a scam now, a year later? Also with Wealthwars and Prizee it is impossible to see wether international users are allowed, as well as knowing if it is any good to join if you are an international member. (Some sites allow such members but still have no offers or surveys etc for them, so you do not make any money). What is your opinions about those sites? Do you have other paid to play sites that you can recommend, and in that case have you gotten paid by them? Are you from the US or Canada or are you an international user, and how does it work for you?
4 responses
@gerald_lian (2193)
• Australia
7 Jun 08
I know of a French site that pays in Euro via Paypal for playing at the site; the only catch is that the whole site is in French language so you might experience some problems in understanding what they try to say to you. But no worries, because I'm not from France and I don't know any French language, but I'm still able to navigate my way through the site and play the games with no problems. The site is www.yacado.com, and if you need any online translators to help you understand some instructions on the site, just go to the free translating site translation2.paralink.com and choose the appropriate options for translating French to English. I'm halfway through to getting paid, but I trust the site quite well. Besides, even if I don't get paid, I'm enjoying myself playing the games on the site. Good luck, and I hope you'll sign up and find the site exciting too!
@Emiese (994)
• Sweden
7 Jun 08
Thank you, I will definitelya have a look! Not only a challenge to make money, but one to understand how to! I do not speak french at all, as a matter of fact the only thing I can say in French is "I cannot speak French", so I guess that is no good. :) Could be an interesting experience as such!
@Emiese (994)
• Sweden
7 Jun 08
I tried to sign up to that site, but I keep getting error messages that the code that I am writing is not the same as the secret code that is shown. I am certain I am using the right letters, so I wonder if it is not the keyboard that is different in France.. This could be a problem!
• Australia
7 Jun 08
Gee, I'm not from France too and I've never had that problem when I signed up at the site. Maybe there's something on your computer or on the site that's preventing you from signing up. Anyway, you could try using another computer to try and sign up, perhaps one in your workplace or in the cyber cafe. By the way, reading the response below mine, I read about Prizee, a site which I'm joining too. Just for your information, you can earn cash from Prizee, but only in the form of a cheque in EURO. So if your currency is not Euro, then I don't think you will be able to earn money from that site. But Prizee offers presents too such as soft toys etc., so you can still give Prizee a go. The site I recommended (www.yacado.com) however has two options of payment, one in cheque and the other by Paypal. Since you can use Paypal to convert one currency to another, payment is not a problem. One disadvantage of Yacado though is that it takes quite long to make it to payout.
@vis3r3 (100)
• Slovenia
7 Jun 08
www.piratetheworld.com is a game, which pays you to play, if you want to. You're basically a pirate and sail the world, can attack others, collect money etc.. at the end of the month, if you've got around 200.000 gold or more, you can exchange it into real money ($20), which will be sent to your paypal or some other payment processor. well, you can read more on the website
@Emiese (994)
• Sweden
7 Jun 08
Cool, have you actually gotten a payout from that site?
@vis3r3 (100)
• Slovenia
7 Jun 08
yes ... got $50 from them .. but i stopped playin long time ago
@aplaza (631)
• Netherlands
7 Jun 08
I've been a member of prizee for a while now. At first I used some of my earnings to play other games. Then I saved up for a gift. It was sent really fast and was great. They even sent me an email asking if it had been deliverd. I like to play the games to keep my brain in condition and my hand eye coordination at peak levels. They have no restricitions as to which country you are from so go wild and join and have fun while you pick up a little cash on the way. PM me if you would like to join under me and I'll look up my link for you.
@Emiese (994)
• Sweden
7 Jun 08
I'll send you a friend request. I can absolutely join under you, if that can help you a little along the way too. I see you are from the Netherlands, and you say you have been sent stuff, that is good! Since I am from Sweden sites where they are sending things by post normally makes me a bit worried, but now you have proven it works for Europe! Thank you!
• United States
7 Jun 08
I don't know any but am interested in this topic. I wasn't sure how to find it again if I didn't respond so I am responding. I am interested in what you find out. Thank you for posting this topic.