call for action: myhpf, why they didn't pay us!
January 3, 2009 3:52pm CST
myhomepage friends, I have been working on their search website for 2 months and then I quit, because many mylotters say it is a scam site, what a surprise :( After my research, here comes myhpf's information: domain name: myhpf.co.uk register date: 2008/04 renewal date: 2010/04 this guy hided his name, but nevertheless, we can find his host service provider, which is http://www.easyspace.com. I checked this website, and what we can do is to send email of our complaints to email@example.com. I have already done that. Hopefully, this scam site will disappear from our planet!
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• United States
3 Jan 09
I made payout in July and was supposed to get payment by Sept. I got an email saying it was coming, so I let it go for a while. I gave up, then started using another search engine that pays in points towards gift cards, and then I got emails from myhpf saying to refer my friends. I told them I would refer more friends when I got paid for what I was promised from months before. Some girl told me that she would look into it, then emailed again saying she was trying to push it through. I got two more emails about referring more members and I responded in my usual no BS manner and told them they'd better stop sending me these emails until they decided to pay up. She told me she didn't blame me, and said she'd look into it again. Still nothing.
4 Jan 09
Same here Ldyjarhead! Made payout and should've got paid in December but yet to see anything... I stopped using it almost as soon as I made payout and have been receiving emails that my searches have reduced and what not... I am holding off using it till they pay up but I am going to also send them an email asking soon!
22 Jan 09
Just a warining about this site. I use search engines a lot during the course of my day. Whenever I do so using MYHPF they send me a nasty letter saying that my searches have ben invalid, are in breach of their terms and conditions and I will not be paid for them. Considering that my searches were completely legitimate it seems that this is a ruse that they use to limit your potential earnings. I am currently in the process of making an official complaint about them as they have in no way specified what constitutes a breach of T&C's on their webpages(and wont tell me when I ask)and they are therefore deliberately misleading people by not stating limit parameters before they sign up. Also, be warned: if they send you the nasty letter three times*, your account will be canceled and they will keep the money you have earned.This is an automated response letter to the aforementioned search limits that they refuse to specify, making it slmost impossible to prove that your searches have not been valid. This whole site is a load of hooey in my opinion, especially considering that the search results generated are vastly inferior to my usual search engine. I strongly recommend for anyone considering joining this scheme to reconsider, it's save you a whole lot of hassles.
3 Jan 09
Well, it's pretty obvious that they are not really paying. They deducted my earnings last year not just once without any explanations. I just stick to myLot and other site I joined 5 years ago, those are legit site though paying small amount but they are paying what you've work for. Stop scam so don't join unless a friend was already paid from those sites, right? Keep on posting. smile...