The site having Thousand Offers

@kumarpslv (3218)
India
February 14, 2009 2:59pm CST
Dear members, Do you know that one site is having nearly thousand offers( Both free offers and paid offers)in a month worth $0.15 to $ 10.00? At present that site is having offers for $ 1235.00 . Payment via Paypal only and minimum is $30.00. If you want the detail, PM.
3 responses
@sierras236 (2740)
• United States
14 Feb 09
I want to post a word of warning about filling out offers for money. Use a secured or prepaid credit card. Do not use anything that goes directly to your account. Open a separate email address because you are going to get spammed filling these offers out. Make sure you keep track of the free trial offers and cancel before the trial ends. Otherwise, your credit card will get charged with monthly fees. Not all of those free offers are free either. Some will charge you a shipping and handling fee. Last, it takes time to credit your account with the money because they have to verify that you did the offer. Don't expect to see your money right away. Approach with caution.
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@benny128 (3621)
14 Feb 09
totally agree if it looks or sounds too good to be true without proof then prob is be wary but when you find ones that work let the cash roll in
@kumarpslv (3218)
• India
14 Feb 09
Thanks a lot. You have mentioned all the precautionary measures to be followed while signing paid offers as well as free offers, to avoid the deduction of amount from our credit card.Once again i thank you for your valuable advice.
@seven74 (120)
• Singapore
15 Feb 09
well, do you have any payment proofs? cause the gpt site i'm working for doesn't have any minimum payouts! and it has paid me several times already. if you're able to provide with payment proof, i'd be interested to take a look at the site. otherwise, maybe you'd like to take a look at mine :) just check out my blog via my profile link. i've even uploaded payment proofs on my blog! good luck, and happy mylotting.
• Brazil
14 Feb 09
Is filling offers worth it? I never seen the point of it, like I seen some sites like that, "fill out this offer to get $0.50", but you have to buy a product that costs $30, so what's the point??