for anyone that is a member of hits4pay..

@ravinskye (8242)
United States
April 20, 2007 4:09pm CST
It says on there to give your tax you have to give your tax information to get paid? is it safe to give out that info to them? have you actually gotten paid from this site? I just joined yesterday so I'm new to it.
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@toolfan (305)
• United States
20 Apr 07
I worry about giving a social if the site does not seem legit. I'm with hits4pay, and gave them my social. Don't seem to have a problem. Any site that doesn't ask for it is either not going to pay you much (less than $600), or not reporting to the IRS like they are supposed to. One thing I would tell you, is I belong to a TON of survey sites, and believe it or not, I get paid well doing snack food trials, things like that. I used to hate giving out my info, but I heard about a company called lifelock that gives you $1M worth of Identity Theft Protection. In my opinion, anybody giving out this info, owning a paypal account, anything, should have identity theft protection. They GUARANTEE you that no one can rip you off, open credit in your name...Nothing. Read up on it...Here's the link -- In fact, the CEO gives you his social security number. Even if you don't sign up for the program, at least read the guy's social security number. It's pretty funny. If you earn more than $9 per month online, which I am sure you do, you should get it. You can even throw your bank stmts in the trast if you want, and you won't have to worry anymore. Here's the link: -- Check it out, even if all you do is read up on it for some good Fraud Information.