My online suprise
July 1, 2010 4:56pm CST
My internet has been shut off from Monday until just a few minutes ago. Really, I was going out of my mind, which I was actually shocked about how addicted I have become. On Tuesday, I went to the library to check my earnings on certain sites. Allot of progress was not expected. When I logged into Redgage, I went straight to my earnings, took a look and thought I was on someone else's account with them. It said I had thirty-five dollars. Then, I read exactly how I came to make so much. Redgage has some sort of daily contest for posting and I won twenty-five dollars on Monday. So, I have cashed out for my first twenty dollars. The thing about Redgage is you cannot access the information on the cash out like what rewards you can get or if the site has a PayPal option. I turns out to work like this. You pay a five dollar fee for basically a prepaid, reloadable Visa card. You only pay the five dollars once and after that the site reloads it when you cash out. However, you do have to have at least twenty-five dollars to cash out, but if you post everyday, at least a few articles, your chances of winning the daily contest and having an article featured goes way up. I'm starting to really like Redgage. I hope you do too.
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1 Jul 10
I've never heard of Redgage. I always hate those kind of "fees", but I understand that from a company-stance, it's probably a necessary fee. It sounds like a good deal. What bank is it through, can I ask? And what kind of articles do you have to write? If there's a referral program, you should let me know. My latest obsession has been ChaCha. Seriously. I am ADDICTED to that site. I go on everyday and made $151 in June (last month). I don't know what I'd do if the internet was shut off! Yikes
2 Jul 10
I have joined Redgage just recently. I have not been there for awhile since I did not have much articles to post there. I'm earnings is like hovering around 47 cents. I have heard of the contest and there are some people who seem to have the formula to win the contest, but I don't have time to do that. The main purpose of engaging Redgage is to promote my articles. I think I'm going to take a very long time before I reach payout, if ever.