Do paid offer sites get on your nerves? because they sure do get on my last nerve

@apples99 (6564)
United States
August 29, 2010 8:58pm CST
Don't you just hate it when you complete an offer and recive no credit for it? Things like that happen a lot with some paid offer sites. another thing that annoys *** out of me is when the offer says free! they conveniently forget to tell you that you must submit your credit card, with no real guarantee that you'll get paid. then they take a $1.00 or more out of your account, and goodness dont forget to cancel the offer before the trial date ends if your no longer interested in the offer or else you'll be charged a monthly fee oh and dont forget all the spam that you'll recive, Ahhh! on top of everything else free. Excuse my manners lol, just get so annoyed with these sort of programs, dont get me wrong some of them are pretty good I guess, but there are just too many hassles sometimes. Do these sort of earning programs annoy you too?
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6 responses
• United States
30 Aug 10
Any offer that requires you to give card information is most likely not the on you want to get involved in. Completing a survey by purchasing an offer is more or less a scam. The outfit offering the survey gets paid by your completion of the survey. the compant the xurvet is for hopes that you will forget to cancel. Tthat is the plan with any place that says something is free, just give us your card.
@apples99 (6564)
• United States
30 Aug 10
Your right about offers that require submission of credit cards being shady and avoiding them, but most paid offer sites have less offers completely free offers and often have more of the offers that require credit cards. Also some paid offer sites pay less for free no CC offers they make it so you almost have no choice but to do the cc offers or no cashout.
• Pamplona, Spain
30 Aug 10
Hiya apples, Let´s say they did do as I don´t do them anymore. I do go looking for the odd one to see if it lives up to it´s expectations but it does not. Still I live in hope of finding something sooner or later. But if they pay you in the end you have a good Bargain then. Course you have to wait to get paid out. I have got rid of a load of spam from those programs too it took me ages but now I don´t get any thank goodness.
@sender621 (14956)
• United States
30 Aug 10
I am usually not satisfied when it comes to paid offers. You start them with the intentions of getting something good out of them. it seems the more you do for the offer, the more is asked of you in return. It can just turn you off from the offer altogether. After so many tries, paid offers do get on my nerves. Now if i see a paid offer for something, I try to avoid it if i can.
• Thailand
30 Aug 10
Yep, I really NEVER Liked GPT sites, my e-mail now is spammed and you cannot block those mails cause they will change the e-mail sender everytime and it certainly gets on my nerves... Earning pennies and losing my mail account which as 500 friends is just horrible. I'd rather stay away from GPT sites unless you create a new e-mail and just don't check the spam.
• United States
30 Aug 10
It annoys me also which is why I don't do offers unless it's just watching a video or sign up for a newsletter. I also have a spam email just for spam. I have tried doing offers, but even though I get to the page where they are suppose to credit me, I never get credit for them. So I just don't do offers at all anymore.
• United States
30 Aug 10
Yeah, I hate it when I don't get credited, but I mainly try to stick to offers that involve viewing videos, because then I just shut off the sound and get credit and I don't even actually watch the video unless it actually interests me.