Payout of 500,000.00 Dollars - is it possible?

Portugal
November 17, 2006 11:22am CST
I've signed up for this free program that claims that you can get money after you made half-million dollars, but is this possible? Well I have nothing to loose and with all the e-mails they send it would take about 3 years to reach that amount. But will they keep their promisse? check it out at: http://www.trustmails.com/pages/index.php?refid=clover779
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23 responses
@beckyomg1 (6759)
• United States
17 Nov 06
yeah you only have to read 1000 emails. i have signed up for a couple of those. http://www.zappcorp.com/?deba0567 try this one if you like those type
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• Portugal
17 Nov 06
I would say open, not "read". But I don't really believe they will get all that money to pay out to the members ...Do you?
• Portugal
19 Nov 06
That's the way they make money. But not millions of course!
• India
7 Dec 06
I don't think you will get any money from that program. I had joined one such program long back promising a very huge amount. I reached that amount and requested for it. Its been nearly 5 years and i dint get a single penny. So my advise is don't believe in it. If there were such programs you would have found a lots of millionaire in your neighborhood.
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• Portugal
7 Dec 06
Quite right. And I've never met anyone that got rich on the internet ...
• Portugal
7 Dec 06
Quite right. And I've never met anyone that got rich on the internet ...
7 Dec 06
I dont think it is possible to be honest. Alot of scams over the internet.
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• Portugal
7 Dec 06
I agree. I would say that over 80% of internet money making programs are scams
@jay80son (2049)
• Italy
6 Dec 06
Don't "trust" them! They are really Scam... they earn by the fish :) bye
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• Portugal
7 Dec 06
Can you trust in anyone today?
@cirezzz (256)
• Italy
6 Dec 06
Eheheh for me is a "bufala" as we sayd in Italy....
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• Portugal
7 Dec 06
I know what is a buffalo ;). Thanks for participating
@CMC122003 (316)
• United States
19 Nov 06
Yeah they don't pay. I'm still waiting six months later for my money from about 5 of those sites.
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• Portugal
2 Dec 06
Say what sites don't pay so that people get to know them, and avoid
@lena2000 (2392)
• Belgium
19 Nov 06
1 of most SCAM sites of the moment
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• Portugal
2 Dec 06
Ok, but there are many... Beware
@RAMPersona (2037)
• Philippines
17 Nov 06
i guess to a handful of ?persons. or to win from freelotto.com
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• Portugal
2 Dec 06
Thanks for sharing
• United States
17 Nov 06
Bag of money - A bag filled with money
All I can say is good luck. I have tried varios programs and haven't made very much money yet. Am still hoping.
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@moreinfo (3867)
• China
17 Nov 06
nope, scam or playware.
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• Portugal
2 Dec 06
Thanks for the response.
@akumei1269 (1750)
• India
17 Nov 06
Possible in one sense and impossible in anohter . I am telling from my own experience with another site million-mails.com. Their denomination of money is 10000th of real money. $1000 is equal to 1 cent or less . The payout is as hifgh as $25 or $30 in real dollar terms . Reading one email amy take 1 minute or more . Your internet expenditure and associated electricity expenditure and your patience taken together is much higher than that one cent . It become an impossibility to attain the minimum pay out . By the time you attain your pay out , the site is most likely to close down . I am confident that 99.99 percent of such sites are scam.
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@cubeman (169)
• Brazil
17 Nov 06
maybe hehehe
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• Portugal
19 Nov 06
We all hope it, that is why we are here sometimes
@R3fl3XioN (3215)
• France
19 Nov 06
S.C.A.M !!!!!!!!!
@Warmedal (397)
• Sweden
17 Nov 06
You have to be an idiot to register on such sites who offer DOLLARS for one email. scam.... so scam.
• Portugal
18 Nov 06
Aren't they almost all scam?
@Warmedal (397)
• Sweden
17 Nov 06
You have to be an idiot to register on such sites who offer DOLLARS for one email. scam.... so scam.
• Portugal
17 Nov 06
well idiot or not, if you don't spend: a) time on it b) money to upgrade (this would be stupid I think) that's ok. I would say 90% of the money related sites on the net are not serious ones... And the problem is that lots of people fell into scams, things like hyip. At least on this one you have fun ;)
• United States
30 Jan 07
You should look this program up on the better business bureau. To me, it doesn't sound legit. Anything that sounds too good to be true probably is.
• Egypt
21 Jan 07
You can ask yourself, lol!.
@zack_3004 (1210)
• Malaysia
21 Jan 07
that is scam. who want give us 5000000 without work hard? it is really impossible. i love mylot
@Jamian (2605)
• Philippines
14 Jan 07
its not possible, be careful, dont waste your time there.
@steven1 (542)
• Canada
2 Dec 06
all this site are SCAM,dont lose your time with that