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ClickFair

ClickFair Review ClickFair.com is from 99 Ventures LTD, is a Paid To Click (PTC) ad website. They will pay you to view their advertiser’s/publishers’ websites. Granted, the payout is very small and not anywhere near enough to make it a side job, but it can make you a little extra every month. You can also get paid by signing up with Click Fair’s sponsors’ sites. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business ]Click Here For Details As well as by referring people …

 

Mindfield Online

Mindfield Online Review Mindfield Online at mindfieldonline.com scam is a paid survey site that is owned by McMillion Research LLC.  It is free to become a member, and if you reside in the United States or Canada you could earn very small amounts of cash paid by check or through Paypal. In this review, we aim to find out if they really are legitimate or just more paid survey garbage. You would be eligible to win money (usually up to …

 

SurveySavvy

SurveySavvy Paid Surveys Review SurveySavvy.com is an online paid surveys panel that was founded in 1999 by Luth Research, a market research company based in San Diego California.  SurveySavvy has over 1.5 million panel members from nearly 200 countries. And parent company Luth LLC currently enjoys an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB). [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business ]Click Here For Details It is free to become a member of Survey Savvy. You can participate as long as …

 

ClearVoice Surveys

ClearVoice Surveys Review ClearVoice Surveys is found at clearvoicesurveys.com and is an international online survey panel owned by ClearVoice Research, LLC in Denver Colorado. In this review, we aim to find out if they are legitimate or not. It is free to become a member of ClearVoice Surveys, as it is with any reputable online survey company. The compensation is around $1 to $20 for qualified completion of surveys. With the payout more often than not on the small end …

 

E-Poll Market Research

E-Poll Market Research Review E-Poll Market Research (or Epoll) by Gerry Philpott is found at epollsurveys.com. It’s a market research company started in 1997, and has a unique twist in that much of the research is focused on the entertainment industry.  The paid surveys company that operates E-Poll is Bridge Entertainment Inc., which is accredited by the Better Business Bureau. For people who are interested in surveys and would like to share their opinions on celebrities and entertainment. E-Poll Market …

 

Rich Dad World

Rich Dad World Review Rich Dad World by Robert Kiyosaki and found at RichDadWorld.com, is a business coaching & mentoring program. RichDadWorld.com has left many of its members feeling as though this provides very questionable results. As it is, the price is so overblown that there really should be no question as to whether it should work or not. I won’t be getting into the detail regarding his books or his business philosophy. Those are very interesting and worth learning …

 

Next Job at Home

Next Job at Home Review by David Harris Next Job at Home found at nextjobathome.com and owned by NGM Media LLC and Isaac Klein, is a fairly new company set up to supposedly help you find telecommuting jobs. It is free to register on the actual website. The jobs, however, are another issue altogether. On one hand, there are so many complaints about Next Job at Home that we here at ScamXposer just had to look into it to see …

 

Giblink

GibLink Review The GibLink opportunity is from Adam Bernard and is found at giblink.com. It’s a troublesome affiliate marketing business opportunity company with a social networking website for internet marketers to gather and network. Global Internet Business Link also claims it provides means to earn money when you join. I say troublesome because, as I researched GibLink, I found massive volumes of angry users complaining in forums, griping in comment fields on negative reviews by the scores. Almost everywhere I …

 

Online Business Systems

Online Business Systems Review Is Online Business Systems found at theonlinebusiness.com a scam? The “legal” answer is no, but it comes with caveats that are based in part on a wide variety of individual experiences by people who have dealt with this company. And many people have had experiences with “Online Business Systems” because its purpose is to be a way (not the only way) to get a foot in the door with Herbalife. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business, Click …

 

Max International

Max International MLM Review Max International from Steven K. Scott is found at max.com, it’s a multi-level marketing or MLM company. They sell a line of various health products. Max International company has had more than its share of scandals, lawsuits, and complaints. Mostly about leadership that would reflect dubiously on it being a viable business to invest in. The products sold through Max International have also had their share of controversy as well. Add to their troubles a fair …

 
 
 
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