Pay per post

United States
September 30, 2007 3:03pm CST
Anyone have any experience with them? I signed up now it's asking for my social. Before I go any further I want to make sure they are reputable. Thanks!
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• United States
30 Sep 07
I've done plenty of pay per post websites and so far only mylot seems consistant. On one that I used- I got paid once but then months later- the website went down out of no where and many who were owed money- didn't recieve any. I even had some but there was no warning or anything.
• United States
30 Sep 07
I'm sorry I meant the actual site "payperpost.com"
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• United States
1 Oct 07
I won't sign up with any company that asks for your SS number right away. Most sites won't ask for it at all because they don't send you tax reports on your earnings, or they wait until you have earned $600, which is the point where earnings legally have to be reported. Every time you give out your SS number, that's one more chance of a hacker getting it. If you haven't earned $600. the company has no right to ask for it.
@xkaraix (595)
• Australia
30 Sep 07
I've been a PPP member for about a year now and have mad roughly $150 I think. I could have made more but I just don't take as many opportunities as before.
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@R3fl3XioN (3214)
• France
30 Sep 07
90% of Pay Per Post don't pay their members.
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@akulho (14)
• Indonesia
30 Sep 07
Plenty people has earned quite a sum of $$$ from PayPerPost.com, and many of them are from US which PPP requires them to include their social number. And so far there is no complaint about their payment although some writers/bloggers complained about their terms for earning disclosure.
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30 Sep 07
There are some that will pay, and some that wont!
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• United States
3 May 08
I don't give out my social security unless I know it is legit. It can do a real job on your life if your social security falls into the wrong hands. I have not heard of pay per post before. There is a site that just is relatively new and it is a site like paypal. They were giving 25.00 for people to sign up. Well, I started to until it got down to the part of them requesting my social security and I canceled it out. The reason I have a paypal account is because my son had been a member for years and he told me about it. My social security is a very important number and I give it out very sparingly.