Email Sending Job

Philippines
October 15, 2008 7:27pm CST
Hi everyone, I just received an email regarding emailsendingjob site, where you will be paid $15-$25 per email you will send, but in order to recieved jobs is to pay for $10 (their promo price) it's quite tempting actually coz it's so cheap unlike other site that required big amount of payment. Does anybody tried this site already? and how can we verify or confirm site that is legitimate?
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@Lexus656 (672)
• United States
16 Oct 08
I don't understand why people think that it's okay to send money to people that wont to hire you. If it was legitimate then they wouldn't ask to be paid. There are plenty of sites that you can go on in order to make money without having to pay
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• United States
16 Oct 08
That sounds a little bit like a scam. I don't believe in paying anyone if they want me to work for them, or join their site ... they should allow me to do it for free! I don't believe in paying for a service or paying for a job. It may sound tempting, but thats how they drag you into their program. They might end up making you pay even more. It may not be even what they claim ~ I asked a company who claimed they would give you money to stuff envelopes what I would do for their company ... I was told I would be selling vitamins! Very different than filling envelopes!
• Philippines
16 Oct 08
Yeah that's what I thought so in the first place, but as I have posted it was a little bit tempting, good thing I didn't push through.
@jackiew (915)
• Canada
16 Oct 08
sorry but if any site wanted money off of me i would run.I was scammed from 2 survey sites but i was lucky to get my money back.I will never pay again for anything. happy mylotting
• Philippines
16 Oct 08
Surely you're lucky to get your money back, I guess we have to be really careful coz there are lots of scams out there.
@vamp6x6x6x (1220)
• United States
16 Oct 08
I agree sounds like a scam if you want a site that pays you to write reviews join Ciao. The link is in my profile
• Philippines
16 Oct 08
I'll check on your profile
@di1159 (1580)
• United States
16 Oct 08
Unless your e-mail is the size of a full manuscript, I don't see how they would pay so much money for it. It sounds too good to be true, which usually means it's not true. I think everyone would be sending e-mails instead of doing their day jobs. I wouldn't pay, but if you want to, I'd do a little research on the company and who's running it. Good luck with it.
@EAStanley (2689)
• United States
16 Oct 08
Yeah, it sounds like a scam. Plus I won't pay anything. I am never going to take a chance on losing any money.