Vinefire! Come on people! What do you think ?

@ersmommy1 (12605)
United States
March 12, 2009 10:22pm CST
1. Vinefire reserves the right to modify or discontinue, temporarily or permanently, the Service (or any part thereof) with or without notice at any time. 2. Vinefire shall not be liable in any way to you or to any third party for any modification, suspension or discontinuance of the Service. They are in "BETA" stage. and will not be paying until Jan 31 of 2010. Accounts there are already in the hundreds of $$$. They say they pay via paypal. Excuse me, the old saying "if it sounds too good to be true..." Hubby joked if they pay he'll quit his job and sign up.
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11 responses
• Philippines
23 Mar 09
Oh... Im stupid then... I thought there are trie to their words regarding to the site's simple looking format and such.. But I at least sensed that it can be a scam and I came to check out a little, Okay, okay, high paying sites are scams.. that is true.
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@DCMerkle (1281)
• United States
14 Mar 09
ersmommy1 Ya it does smell like a scam. Look at the name of the site. Vinefire....like grapevine, as in gossip? Not only is it too good to be true, but I think whoever they are they are, they are trying to see how far they can spread the gossip of a site that will never pay out. The poor schmucks that signed up are only giving the site owners a big laugh. DCMerkle
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• Philippines
13 Mar 09
I will never join this site if it's going to pay for next year. I don't want to spend time on the net and i can't see the progress. I would rather see the fruit of my labor little by little than get big amount of money. This site is too good to be true. Other mylotters are asking to join this site, but i said, Do the Math. It will be so impossible for this site to pay a single user if he claims that he earns $5 half an hour, then i compute it, you mean for one year you will receive less than $89,000, nopes, that's really too good to be true, imagine, one member they will pay that amount. Think about the reality now, the recession, and this one promises to pay you next year?? Helloooo!
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@o0jopak0o (6408)
• Philippines
17 Jun 09
well, pay first before i will join them.
@rodstar (155)
• United States
17 Jun 09
I'm with vinefire. If they pay that will be great, but the sign-ups that i have received to my different sites have been incredible! They have moved up the payout date to October 2009. So we will see what happens.
@MichaelJay (1100)
23 Mar 09
The most useful thing I have found about Vinefire is that because people are being paid (in theory) to read the links I have got good traffic to other sites which already pay, such as Yuwie. Frankly, I don't care if they never pay out, for the sake of a few minutes posting every day my dozen or so links are prospering!
• United States
13 Mar 09
Of course they need to reserve the right to discontinue. Part of me wants to read this as saying they can close down the service before they have to pay out. It does not explicitly say that, however. Technically speaking, the money they say you've earned should be 'modified' away. However, it seems to me as if they could modify the date of payment. Hrm... not sure. Seems tricky.
@ellie26 (4128)
• Malaysia
13 Mar 09
Don't waste your time on this vinefire. I am certain they are scam, just like wealthtoolbox. Try to log to wealthtoolbox.com and see where it directs you. You'll be surprised. No site will give such a big amount of money to members especially during this recession time.
@stephcjh (32385)
• United States
13 Mar 09
I have never heard of it before. It does sound too good to be true though. I hope someone can let us know more about it.
• Chennai, India
13 Mar 09
Yes....This site seems really "too good to be true". They have a system of voting 'UP' & 'DOWN'. May be they can do anything there. Like, they can generate lot of 'down' votes, thereby seizing all the earnings. Just a wild guess. It seems to me that they just want people to upgrade . Is there anyway that one can upgrade using his/her earnings? If not, sure they are not going to pay.
@Alumia (32)
• Canada
13 Mar 09
That screams scam to me. Not paying until '10, the TOS, unstable, $50 referral bonus... Need I go on? The saying is completely true. If it sounds too good to be true, then it probably is.