50CentBux, the PTC that does not betray !
September 11, 2011 5:37pm CST
Speaking of PTC on the internet, I would say that nowadays we are spoiled for choice, in fact it is really a huge amount. But, the thing that should be of interest to users wishing to subscribe, is that, if the service is actually legit or is it scamm. It 'was unfortunately found that 97% of PTC, sooner or later tend to "scamm", and I personally have had direct experience. This 50CentBux, has something that proves to be a truly authentic authentic PTC. Given the fact that it "requires" to post a picture of the payment received, then it is not possible in an alternative way to receive subsequent payments. Like most of the "BUX??", it begins with the payout to $ 3,then $ 4 and finally to $ 5. Among other things there is no pending charges but a instantaneous (very good!). I must add that this site is "alive" for almost two years, therefore, in my opinion this will never become scamm PTC. And you, by chance you have already tried ?
12 Sep 11
alberello, I notices on 50centbux, that there is a whole section, the non English forum that has the date 1 Jan 1970 for every entry. How could that be if the site started in 2009? They also have no stats about the site, no number of members, payout, refs for rent or buy, nothing. The only thing is a news message stating that it had a two year birthday. My feeling is that this is also a site that will go scam in no time at all and the 2009 claim is fake. Perhaps I am wrong but that forum date waves a very red flag for me.
• Redlands, California
11 Sep 11
I have mainly switched to aurora sites as I have had far better success with them paying me. Though they pay less they are far more reliable and you can find some where you can request payment from 3 to to 10 days after signing up. I still use a couple of bux sites, but some of them take forever to cash out on even supposed legit ones like buxp and buxmatrix. Referrals are real hard to get and even if you can get a few they are never active or stop being active after a week.
12 Sep 11
I haven't tried that site in particular. I'm always a little weary of these sites because a lot of them turn out to be scams which you end up just wasting your time with. I've tried some survey sites, but they never actually pay out or if they do it's almost a year later that you get paid for it. If it seems like it's worth it though go for it.