PTR PTC Paid to read scams.

@simesc (248)
February 20, 2007 10:19pm CST
Hi Everyone I have seen so many people on here trying to get people to join their sites under them. If they are going to make money I am keen to join. But when you join these sites, please use some common sense. 1. How much are they offering to pay for each email. The avaergae is about 0.5 cents - 1 cent. Anything offering over this amount is unlikely to pay. I have seen sites offering thousands of dollars for each click. THEY WILL NEVER PAY. 2. When trying to see if there is a chance of getting a payout, check the cost to advertise and the calculate if the cost to send emails. Lets do some basic maths The website has 1000 members They pay 5 cents per click So the cost to the site for all of these members to read the email is $50. This is before the extra cost of people with downlines. Now look at how much they charge to advertise on their site. If they are charging $15 to send this email. Where are they going to make the extra money from? It is a con site and you will never get paid. There are thousands of con sites. The only people that will get any money is the people running the site. Your hard work will never be rewarded. We all want to make extra money. But please do not waste your time on cons.
3 people like this
11 responses
• Philippines
22 Feb 07
yes absolutely, you are correct. and you said all the points,thank you so much. indeed this is really a nice and informative post. more post from you, we need people like you here in mylot..good day
@onabreak2 (1161)
• United States
21 Feb 07
Well said, Thank you for doing the math for everyone
@joluha (342)
21 Feb 07
I'm not 100% sure what your talking about - I am new to mylot and have joined hoping to get a few pennies my way. People who are desperate for money will try anything and unfortunately, there are always people to take advantage of this. I think that if all the scams out there really paid up the money they promise then every single person would quit work and be loaded with dosh..I'm open to serious ideas to earn a buck though?
• Morocco
21 Feb 07
All good points and all true
@jkpaid (99)
• Uganda
21 Feb 07
yah u are right i checked it out
@jkpaid (99)
• Uganda
21 Feb 07
thank you for that you openned ma eyes
@CatEyes (2448)
• United States
21 Feb 07
Thanks. You were very informative in a very logical way. I wish someone could have explained it that way to me at the beginning. I don't sign up for many of those, just 3 so far..
@alen0224 (527)
• China
21 Feb 07
Generally speaking, you are right, however, we new earners in online money making is hard to find out these economic things though you have explained above.Can you explain this with more details containing some examples? That is useful to us new starters.
@Deane_2005 (1644)
• Philippines
21 Feb 07
I totally agree. There are sites that offering more than that and they actually don't pay. I do remember someone posting a site here, which are very questionable, actually I would like to asked if this site is among those who arent paying as well http://www.1-800-mail.com/.There offer are bit too high but am not sure if this is a scam because another poster here make discussions about the authenticity of it and tell everyone that he got paid.
• New Zealand
21 Feb 07
I kno!1 it is sooooo boring
@cwilson26 (2736)
• United States
21 Feb 07
I don't even bother with these sites anymore because I think they are a waste of time. I signed up for a couple last month that said they would pay $200 per email and you had to view the email for 200 seconds. I can't believe I actually fell for it too. At the time I was seeing dollar signs but then I came to realize that there was no way they were going to pay people $200 just to read email. I came to realize they are a waste of time when I can be earning from my blog and writing articles for Associated Content and actually making money from it. Even the 2 to 5 cent emails aren't worth it in my opinion. :)