Websites that are scams? Or that are exceptional websites?
November 6, 2006 1:51am CST
So we've all come across a website one time or another, and we thought it was such a great idea. Then when it came time to be paid, we never saw anything from that company. It's happened to me, and I know it's happened to a lot of people. So I think it'd be a good idea if everyone posted the links of the website/company name, so we can be aware of what companies to not get involved with. Or vice versa, what are some really good companies, whom have paid you more than once. So here goes.. There's only been one website that I've been scammed from so far, and that's WowEarnings. If you are signed up with them now, don't do anything more with them. As I explained in another post, I waited 2 months to receive my check of $35 from them, and I never saw it. I even emailed them several times and heard nothing. Now onto the more positive, here's some websites that I'd recommend: http://www.inboxdollars.com/?r=punchxcore I have been paid by Inbox Dollars once, and so has my friend. I'm about $5 or so from being paid again. Get Paid to Try, http://www.getpaidtotry.com - While I've gotten paid by them a few times, and I do recommend to people who like being paid for doing trials, I didn't like doing just trials. But they definitely are legit and they do pay. I think their payout is either $15 or $20, but I did get paid more than once by them. A couple other sites I've been paid by is Send Earnings, Cash Crate and I think Snap Dollars is the other one. I don't keep track of any of those anymore, since I just joined so I could get a check quick. Send Earnings is the exact same ordeal as Inbox Dollars, but Sendearings minimum payout is $40. I recently joined 3 sites that I'm still working my way up to being paid, and that's Hits4Pay, Surf Junky and Rotator Queen, so if anyone has any insight on those websites, of whether they do pay or not, let me know.
22 Jan 07
hey thanks for the information. this could definitely prove to be useful for amateurs at grabbing and discerning online opportunities out there. if only all of the opportunities were legal, then we could all live in the comfort of our homes.