Type of Business: Pay to click/read emails
Skill Level: None
Price: Free + an up-sell
Overall Rating: SCAM!
So I just signed up to Paypermails and made my first $500. Pretty cool huh? I had to do a review on this, so I can give everyone a better understanding of what this is really about and whether or not you should waste your time on something that promises some pretty big figures.
Of course you’d wonder if something too good to be true is a scam or not. In this review of Paypermails, I want to show you not only why this is a scam, but what you need to look out for when you come across something like this again.
What is Paypermails?
Just like the people that were promoting this to you said, you get paid to click and read emails. You get a $500 bonus for signing up and you also earn money for referring people to the program.
How it Works
It’s a really simple concept, but you can’t blame anyone for trying something that claims to be free. You make money 2 ways with this program.
1) you can refer people to the program, or 2) you can click and read emails
Level 1 = 25%, Level 2 = 10%
There are 2 memberships that come with this program. You can stick with the free membership or you can upgrade to the Gold Membership, which is going to cost you $165
The Big Bonus
I have yet to even see a program that gives you $10 for simply signing up. If it does come with some type of free nonsense, there’s always a catch and you will always lose in the end no matter what.
The Free Gift
By upgrading to their Gold Membership, you get the chance to win a free iPod. Supposedly, their “script” will draw 1 of 3 persons, which gives you a 33% chance to win.
I don’t see how you can advertise something as a free gift, when you have to be put into some little raffle that although seems very possible to win, will not happen.
If you really think you’re going to win, go for it and please come back here and tell me I was wrong. I have yet to see someone win this, so please show me proof.
In order to get paid, you need to have earned at least $25,000. I don’t know what the actual amount is, because they have it written like this ===> $2,5000. How can you even trust something like this?
Either way, both figures are ridiculous and honestly, who would give away $25k? this type of stuff is so unrealistic, it irritates me.
Once you’ve hit that amount, you can expect to wait 30-90 days or a reasonable time after, before you can receive your payment.
I don’t know about you, but if you really believed these stats, you might want to be careful when looking for ways to make money online, because you are on the gullible side of the equation here.
These guys claim to have paid out over $2 Billion to its members. That is a ridiculous amount for any program, even those that have been around for a long time.
It’s really hard to judge things with the look of the website. It looks like a completely legit site and they put some time into putting the content on there. Don’t believe this either.
30-90 days to get paid? No one has time to wait that long to get paid. Period. If anyone tries to tell you to wait that long to get paid, you know something’s up.
Are you ready for some spam? If you do opt-in to this program, you can expect to get 3-5 spam emails a day, mostly on the same scam you just joined.
Paypermails at a Glance
Price: Free or Gold Membership for $165
Overall Rating: SCAM!
There are several other scams like this and you need to stay away from this at all costs, unless you want to waste time. There are other sites like All News Round, which will show you that there are more like this out there and you need to know what you’re getting yourself into.
You can either give this a shot and try to get your free iPod and think that you’re going to make money, or you can save yourself some valuable time and invest it into a legit way to make money online.
There is no shortcut to making money online and although you can get paid to take surveys, you will not make any life changing money from them.
I have seen way too many scams and I’ve lost enough money for the both of us, so save your money. Paypermails is nothing but a scam, so move on.
Thanks for reading this review, and as much as I’d like to go on and on about how much of a waste of time this is, I think you get the picture. Have any experience with this? Please do share it below.
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