I do NOT trust websites that you must sign up first BEFORE they give you any

United States
July 19, 2009 12:16pm CST
details about the site. No terms of service, no faq, no contact details, nothing but a vague video that still after watching I dont know what the program is about. It seems to be a popular site but I wont say the name. My question is: do you trust websites like this?
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12 responses
• Chennai, India
19 Jul 09
Often I wonder, how they make up such a site. And I really wonder whether they get sign ups. Whenever I see sites like this, I get a feeling that its saying like "You id**t! What else business you would have than signing up wih me" or similar message. I don't even care to visit them next time. Sometimes, it would be apparent that a site has been made up by a rookie. In that case, I would just pity him/her.
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• United States
19 Jul 09
Exactly, it kinda whispers to you "please sign up and let me scam you"
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• China
20 Jul 09
Network ,after all,what is unreal so many cases need to pay attention to safety.Grasp their own size,try to visit some major websites.
• Philippines
19 Jul 09
As long as they pay me, period. I have nothing more to say but at least if they are consistent in paying their members, nothing much so fuzzy about the details. But if they often change their rules, their TOS and FAQ, well, Houston we have a problem. I guess i might be doubting the site as well as keeping myself away from it as much as possible. And i would not recommend a friend to join specially, if i myself don't trust the site, nor did I get any payments from them. That's what the most problem we get. Some people, try to spice and add up ingredients to sites just to gain a point or something, even if they know from the start the site is a crap.
• United States
19 Jul 09
Yeah I cant stand when others hype up the sites, as if we dont have enough stuff to worry about trying to earn on the net. The thing is about your comment, I am talking about when you first pull up the site and how it looks. At this stage, you dont know if they are going to pay you. In fact, you dont know anything about the site. Dont you want to know HOW you are going to earn your money, before joining?
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• Philippines
19 Jul 09
Definitely not, i wouldn't waste my time with those promising sites that would give you pretty good earnings. There is no free stuff in this world. If you wanna get rich and successful, you really gotta earn by yourself.
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• United States
19 Jul 09
I totally agree with you. No free rides.
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• United States
19 Jul 09
That to me is the first of the RED FLAGS I call them. When I go the page and see this the first thing I do is go to search and look for the reviews of the site. Usually I get negative results so I just let it go to another scam artist. I will not join a site unless I can read something about that particular site. I don't want to hear "oh this is just like ____, and you can make money" then there isn't any explanation of what that one is truly about. Nope I don't go there, I don't waist anymore time on it either. Look for those that give you the details of what you will be doing, to me those that don't just want to get you on a mailing list or something like that. Smile, you never know when someone just may need it.
• United States
19 Jul 09
Red flags is exactly my point! I get that same feeling and stay away. Thanks for great comment.
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• United States
19 Jul 09
There are alot of them out there like that, so I do the research on every program before I join, that is my #1 rule. I feel that anyone that is looking for a program to work should do this, even if it is recommended by a friend, still look it up to make sure its something YOU want to do. Thank you for the best comment. 's
• United States
19 Jul 09
I must admit have joined a few programs based on a friends recommendation without checking the site out first. It has paid off so far since this friend is an excellent researcher.
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@gdesjardin (1938)
• United States
20 Jul 09
I totally agree! I don't want to give out all my info and then find out that it is some crazy site....not to mention now they have my email address and I get all kinds of nutty emails. I just recently had to go through my "making money" sites and weed out all the less than adequate sites.
• United States
20 Jul 09
All you have to do now is replace them with good ones! Easier said than done huh?
• United States
20 Jul 09
yeah! no kidding!!! Well it is a good thing we have the IM report card...maybe you should start a discussion on that.....tee hee!!!! I just had to throw that in there... you know I am just joking!
• United States
20 Jul 09
Yeah, that was funny!
@Shery32 (424)
• Saudi Arabia
20 Jul 09
Same here Sergeantrom, I mean after all what do they have and other websites doesnt? Some times you do sign up and you end up with a totally new website and you wonder why did they do this?
• United States
20 Jul 09
I do remember something like that happened to me before. I dont even remember what website I started from. What a waste of time.
• Saudi Arabia
20 Jul 09
I agree with you some time you wana You wana jest see what is it first to sign up it make me crazy some times
• United States
20 Jul 09
I used to get real curious, not any more. I figure eventually mylotters will tell me all about it. Everything makes it where here to mylot!!!
@chivann (138)
• Cambodia
20 Jul 09
I dont believe such a site. I 've experienced so many times now, the only thing i get is a bunch of emails get into my inbox. So i recommend you not to sign up, but you can try it if you like... Feel free to drop by at my free game sites: www.game4pal.com
• United States
20 Jul 09
Thanks for comment, and game link
• India
20 Jul 09
well i don't want to waste my time by registering on that site ,as time has its value . i don't want to trust the site .
• United States
20 Jul 09
Time is very valuable, thats what I keep telling others. It goes way faster than we care to admit.
@Mac6999 (706)
• India
20 Jul 09
No I do not trust sites like this. They ask you everything about yourselves before telling you anything about themselves. Sometimes they are set up so well that you just think you have to give ur email and thats it, but giving your email is just the first step. Sometimes these sites are very good at luring you in and I have fallen in their trap a couple of times.
• United States
20 Jul 09
I have fallen too for this type of lure.
@JOIEMARVIC (2342)
• Philippines
20 Jul 09
I really do not trust sites that asks you about everything but do not share adequate information about the site itself. Imagine a site without a FAQ or a support administration address? It is a clear eveidence that the site is a scam or will turn out to be a scam in a week or two. Never give anything about yourself in the internet specially in sites that seems to be too fishy. You must be observant and cautious. You might end up having tons of spam mails if you are not careful on who you give your e-mail address and other informations about yourself.
• United States
20 Jul 09
Well said, our emails must be guarded these days.
@dlr297 (5418)
• United States
19 Jul 09
No i do not trust sites that will not let you know what they are about before signing up...What are they trying to hide is the first thing that i would think of, and what are they going to do with your info once they get it.
• United States
19 Jul 09
If nothing else, they have your email to sell to other sites and thats a way for them to earn money.