This is why you need to read the TOS of the sites you join
July 18, 2011 4:48am CST
Get ready to laugh. lol! Here's a portion of the TOS of leapyearpay.com: 11. Proof of age must be emailed to email@example.com . If do not do this will not be paid. Must be 18+ years old. If no proof of age payment be marked paid but not paid. 12. Must use real name when joining. Must be your full name. Not paid if do not. 13. If I do not like anything about your account than no pay. 14. Must be born on a leap year day to be paid. 15. View terms as we pay if want to, when want to, and how much want to. 16. We do payouts with PayPal only. If ask for alertpay be marked paid. And here's another one that will make your ribs crack. This is from the site ptc-investigation-ptc.com. It's not at all connected to the famous ptc review site. It was a copycat name. Anyway, here's a portion of their TOS: Payouts Must be 1000+ years old to request pay. All proof of age must be posted on the Patriot-Group forum in the appropriate place. If no proof of age is posted we will mark it paid yet will not pay it. If post proof, we than have 1000 years to pay you provided you live that long. New updated proof of age must be submitted yearly to verify you still alive. All documents must be in English and must submit official government website for where live showing example of proof documents. All documents must be in size 32 font so I can read it. Even than chances us being alive is slim as former owner already had a stroke. You should therefore view this as an AD ONLY Site. And that's why you should read the FAQs and TOS of the sites you join. They may use their ridiculous TOS as a way not to pay you. **Special thanks to TrillionBuxA and PTC-I over at PTC Investigations for sharing the information about these sites.
• Bucharest, Romania
18 Jul 11
mwuahahahahahahaha Great TOS. Specialy the "14. Must be born on a leap year day to be paid" and "we than have 1000 years to pay you provided you live that long." Excellent findings, it's really a must-do to read terms and rules of sites for any site you wanna join ..
18 Jul 11
They are really some ridiculous sites that anybody with at least an average IQ can identity as scams right from the beginning. Incredibly, a lot of people still fall prey to these buxhost sites, whose source codes anybody can buy for less than $50 and sometimes free from downloading sites. Host them on a cheap/free server and presto, even 10 yr old kids can become admin! I am not surprised half of these buxhost sites are juveniles just looking for some quick bucks and the thrills of scamming people much older than them.
20 Jul 11
Usually those unsuspecting members only learn about the TOS once they cashout. It's a good laugh for us but I couldn't imagine the feelings of those who won't receive payments and will be told about the TOS that they should have checked first before joining.