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@sona22 (1431)
India
September 16, 2008 1:40pm CST
I have spoiled $6,10,000.00. Here is the story. I am a member of site www.tea-mails.com. My earnings was @6,36,240.00. I requested payout and it asked me to deposit #636.24 as fee. It is not ready to deduct the fee from my earnings. The site is from Hong-Kong but denied to furnish address in details. I afraid and spend the mentioned earnings ($6,10,000.00) on advertisements with them. . What advertisements? As I have no idea I just choose the link of mylot. Do you think I have taken a right decision? For me wasting $636.24 is impossible. No at no cost. Yes, if they paid me I became a rich woman, but if not?
3 responses
@djmarion (4901)
• Philippines
22 Sep 08
what you did was the most wise decision, never pay a single money to a site you don't trust, besides why would they ask for a fee, its your earnings anyway and you have the right to keep it or take it. a lot of internet scams are being on the look out to unsuspicious people that could fall into their hands, so i am pleased to know that you did not fall to their misbehavior.
@sona22 (1431)
• India
22 Sep 08
djmarion! thanks for your comments. I have got a support from you my friend. Actually I was eagerly waiting for your participation and reply. Don't know why, but wishing you. And simultaneously I like to mention here that my hubby warned me about this. Here I also take the opportunity to inform the members about the recent development with the site. I again requested it for payout for $2826.00. And as per my (now our/mylotters) anticipation the site keeping silent. I wrote to them when my earnings was $626240.00 you were very keen to pay me the amount. But now why you are not answering me. They have caught in red hand. But I shall write them again and until they block me. And I shall take the issue many forums.
@jwfarrimond (4474)
16 Sep 08
Most, if not all of these sites are cons especially if they ask you for a "fee" to release money.
@lilcee (2704)
• United States
16 Sep 08
I just looked at that site and could not believe what I saw. They say emails are worth $200? Are they serious? Sounds like a scam to me. I stay away from those kind of sites. I've learned that if it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.