Cash Directly. Another One

@Cerego (117)
United States
December 2, 2008 1:08pm CST
cashdirectly.com....This site promises to pay 15 dollars per email processed. It only costs 15 dollors to get started. My thing is: I don't want to give them 15 dollars and find out that I won't get paid. I don't want to fall for any scams. Has anyone heard of this company. If so, Is it a scam?
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5 responses
• United States
2 Dec 08
You don't need to wait for proof of payment, because you'll never get it. Any kind of mail processing offer is likely to be a scam, and if they ask for your money upfront, it's guaranteed to be a scam. There are always offers like this going around, and they keep changing their names because people catch on to them. This one has probably ripped of plenty of people already, don't be another sucker.
@Cerego (117)
• United States
2 Dec 08
thanks for responding. Well , I did secret shopping for a while before, I had to pay about 20 dollars upfront, and it wasn't a scam, they paid on time. It just wasn't worth the gas money for me to get to those places.
• United States
2 Dec 08
ive never heard of it. i would do some research adn see if anyone else has heard of it or has been paid by it and their experience. good luck happy mylotting
@jason1308 (1587)
• France
2 Dec 08
I would never pay upfront to join a scheme like you have seen, it has scam written all over it. If it was legitamate, then why would they want money up front ? Afyer all I bet they would take a reasonable slice of any commission you got forthe work any way, so why can't they just take that. Avoid this one, unless you get plenty of positive answers on here along with payment proofs.
• India
2 Dec 08
ya i would suggest that don't pay them they might be scam so save money don't go there.
@munhozmib (3840)
• Sao Paulo, Brazil
2 Dec 08
Hello, Cerego. Do not invest your money yet. Do not do it unless you get some payment proof, from anybody. Otherwise, you might lose 15 dollars. I don't know how hard it was for you to get those 15 dollars, but it's better to save them a little bit more than seeing them go to waste. I am sure that, sometime soon, a myLot member will appear telling you whether it is a scam or not. But, if nobody appears, I guess you will have to take the risk. I'm sorry I could not help you more. Try googling it as well. Respectfully, Munhozmib.