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Cash Crate

Cash Crate Review by David Harris “Cash Crate”, found at cashcrate.com, is an online paid surveys site with a very questionable reputation. CashCrate pays anywhere between 30 and 75 cents per survey. With Cash Crate, it takes a very long time to reach the minimum payout and many people complain they don’t get paid when they finally do reach the minimum pay out amount. Unfortunately, you have to spend money to get a small percentage back on what you pay. …
 

Memolink

by David Harris Memolink is an online rewards company that started its online program in 1998.  It is free to join Memolink, and you will be rewarded points for doing such things as completing surveys, reading emails, shopping online, and visiting websites. You can choose to get paid in a variety of ways, such as receiving cash or gift cards or giving to charity.  The basic points for cash structure are $10 for 19,200 points or $100 for 163,200 points.  …
 

People String

What “People String” has to say about itself – PeopleString ‘Where You Own the Web’. It is the new wave in relationship and social communities; it has the Creativity, Culture, Expressive Forums and places to meet new people and network; but now it combines all that with giving you a share in the revenues that are created by the users of the website. The ‘other’ social sites keep all of the money for themselves and never give any to their …
 

Paid Game Player

Paid Game Player Review by David Harris Paid Game Player or PGP, found at paidgameplayer.com, is a free to join gaming and Get Paid To (GPT) site. They pay you to play online games and complete tasks and offers. PGP is a middleman of sorts for their 3rd party clients that actually pay you for the tasks and trials they offer. There are different types of word activities to engage in like word and action games, puzzles, and product trials. …
 

Online Business Systems

Online Business Systems Review by David Harris Is “Online Business Systems” found at theonlinebusiness.com and myobsoffice.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 it’s purpose is to be a way (not the only way) to get a foot in the door with Herbalife. Herbalife …
 

Chris Farrell Membership

Chris Farrell Membership Review by David Harris “Chris Farrell Membership”, by Chris Farrell, is a service from the noted and respected veteran marketer created to help educate those new to internet marketing in a fraction of the time it would take you on your own. The Chris Farrell Membership website is so full of excellent support and tools for newcomers that the monthly membership fee is well worth more than what you pay. But most significant is how far Chris …
 

Instant Money Network

Instant Money Network Review By David Harris Instant Money Network found at instantmoneynetwork.com is a CPA, or Cost Per Action network company. It promotes free trial offers for such businesses as Blockbuster, Netflix, Walmart, and more. It is free to join Instant Money Network, but you must be living in the U.S. to qualify. You can make $1 on the 20 level, $2 on the 40 level, $3.50 on the 60 site, $4 on the 80 site and $6 on …
 

ACN Inc

ACN Inc Review by David Harris ACN Inc, found at acninc.com, is headquartered in North Carolina. Their business is telecommunications and real estate, but their main business is MLM. I first have to say that in my research on questionable internet companies and websites to review. It is growing increasingly difficult to find true and honest material for many of them. There are thousands and thousands of complaints, negative reviews, and negative disgruntled customer comments filling the internet about the …
 

My Phone Room

My Phone Room Review by David Harris “My Phone Room” is a service provider that not only recruits, qualifies and provides prospects – they will drive them right to your online presentation while you’re there! It is, essentially, a “virtual” sales floor for the home business for a fraction of the price of a physical sales department in a leased office. Besides building your business a qualified prospect list, they will book the qualified leads to your presentation daily – …
 

ClixSense

ClixSense Review by David Harris “ClixSense”, found at clixsense.com, is a middleman website for many market research companies. Those that will pay you through different methods to view ads, take surveys, and complete tasks. The site also offers users its own games, contests and online shopping services. They’ve been around since 2007 and it’s free to join globally. There is an upgrade to premium for which ClixSense charges a $17 fee. The minimum payout on credited tasks is no less …
 
 
 
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