Extra money on the internet
June 29, 2008 3:37am CST
Hi to you all fellow mylot-ters! With all the hardship everyone seems to be experiencing nowadays, its not surprising that many of us are getting conned and scammed on easy-moneymaking-fixes here on the internet. Firstly, there's all the "congratulations, you're email was selected and you're now the winner of such and such amount". Then came "my client who passed away have left an enormous amount for which, we don't have any close kin to transfer it to. we need your help to bring the money over and will share you so much..yadah-yadah-yadah". Now comes the PTCs (paid-to-click) which sounds a bit more realistic and quite very easy to do...its just that, you'll only get paid in terms of cents for every click you make and not hundreds of dollars. Payouts are usually $10 and you can get cash out either by AlertPay or Paypal, who charges you like a $1 for every money transfer less than $150...so there goes your 100 clicks straight down the drain...or thru a money card for which you need to pay a one-off payment of $9.95(?)....so, there goes your first 1000 clicks. I came across with one, a friend has referred me into it. I thought of "testing" it first to see if its really effective before I will share the info with my network of friends. I can see my credit going up gradually but I'm still so very far to reach the payout stage so I still cannot say if I'm just wasting my time or I'm really getting into something. They're encouraging you to "buy" referrals to double up your credit much faster but I'm a bit skeptic on that, especially when they say, "you can earn such and such...but we cannot really guarantee that you will earn that much". I guess, I'll just try to get my own referrals later on...after I have proven that they really work and they're not just total waste of time scams. even if its only $10 payouts...just with a bit of patience and little effort, i might be able to earn some money to buy presents for my family comes christmas.
29 Jun 08
yes, in a way, it sucks...maybe the key to it is to just "bank" your earnings with Paypal or AlertPay until it gets to that stage that it will be "transfer-free" (patience, my friend....lol). At least you know that these sites are legitimate sites as they're the ones most commonly used by internet sellers and webmasters to get paid big bucks.