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1 day ago: I used Flippa one time.. Never again..I suggest to use a website broker like www.bizbroker24.com I hope it can help you:)
2 days ago: ordered Mastercard about a month ago. Now i see status "printing", so I hope I`ll receive this card within a two months )
Paid Forum Postingpaidforumposting.com
3 days ago: Horrible experience with them. The editors/admins are amateurs with giant inflated egos. The amount of effort and time required to make forum posts simply does not commensurate with the pay. You would be earning more writing for dirt-cheap content mills. Know what you are getting into with this company before signing up.
4 days ago: They go as far as wiping the green on the star bar. They lower your star for no reason.
12 days ago: easy going. straightforward surveys. Like many other of the reviewers I've had a mystery shopping assignment which was interesting and paid £100 as well! The smaller payments soon add up. It almost feels like money for nothing. Excellent company
16 days ago: FatWallet seems cool when you first visit it because they have all these fancy offers for getting cash back when you make purchases, but I figured out their scheme. Every time you buy something when you click one of their links, you're making them all kinds of money - money from which they pay you pennies on the dollar if you even get paid at all. I spent almost a thousand dollars on a good deal for a TV that I liked, and I was supposed to get 4% back on that purchase. When I emailed them about it, they denied that the offer ever took place and instead tried to send me to a different retailer to spend even more of my money! Don't take all their promises at face value else you'll be sorely disappointed.
16 days ago: eHarmony is a dating site that claims to match you to potential soulmates using its proprietary algorithm. I think their algorithm is just something more arbitrary. You can't even see member profiles or photos. eHarmony will email you a few potential matches at a time with whom you can strike up chats and if you strike out with those, you can request more and so on. Of course, eHarmony tells you that you should stay with them for several months to be successful, i.e., for the site to make more money. Really, they should call themselves eHarMONEY!
16 days ago: Their user interface is not very user friendly. Also you can just about forget transferring a domain out of Moniker, very difficult to unlock a domain to release it to another registrar. Sometimes it is even impossible to renew a domain. When you contact customer service, they will say try again, we were having technical difficulties. And when you try again, same result. Total crap.
17 days ago: CJ.com is a pretty impressive ad network overall, but they get to be marked as crap here because of what they've done to me on repeated occasions. They decided to start taking their affiliates' money from them if they have not generated any income within a specified time frame, however they didn't provide any notification that they changed their policies on this matter. I only found out that they were taking my money after I logged into my account one day and it showed zero earnings when I know I had a significant amount. When I inquired about my missing money, they never answered me back. So apparently someone got to enjoy a nice steak dinner paid for by money that was rightfully mine. If you like your money, stay away from CJ.
17 days ago: Kontera makes themselves out to be one of the most impressive and technologically advanced in-content ad servers on the market but really they're just as bad as all of the others. If you're reading something on a web page or just so happen to drag your mouse across one of their in content links, it pops up with a box that takes almost half of your screen and offers you links to irrelevant stuff and it's very hard to get rid of the advertisement. By the time you figure out how to get rid of the box, you've already forgotten what you were reading about which in turn just irritates you even more.
17 days ago: This website caused my Android tablet to freeze up so many times it's not even funny. And don't even try to use their Android tablet app either because I think they made it kill your battery on purpose. I've never seen my tablet behave like it did when I tried to use their app, so I really hope that it didn't damage my tablet or something. All I wanted to do was search for Android tablet apps and all I found was apps that specifically say they don't work on tablets. Makes a lot of sense, right? Well, I know that I won't touch this website or app ever again.
Android Tablet Appsandroidtabapps.com
17 days ago: Android Tablet Apps is a pretty cool website where I find a lot of cool apps to use on my Toshiba Thrive. I've found a lot of different cool games and fun apps to use, and I even got this one app that shows me a lot of cool stuff about the sky based on where I am holding my tablet. I wouldn't have known about that app if it wasn't for this website. The people who make it deserve a shout out because it seems like they actually review each app before they add it to their site, so I know I am not getting junky malicious apps that could mess up my baby.
17 days ago: This is by far one of the best Android games ever. The game has been in constant development and improvement for over four years and I am proud to have been a part of it for three years now. If you're the type of person who loves a fun, community oriented massively multiplayer online game that has room for everyone, then check it out on the Play Store. There are over a million people playing the game and with the consistent development, new features, and hospitality for all play styles, you're sure to enjoy this game. If you have any questions about the game or simply want to help a guy out, be sure to use referral code mtoib when you're asked for it.
Bubble Witch Sagabubblewitchsaga.com
17 days ago: Bubble Witch Saga is made by the developer who also makes Candy Crush Saga. This is just another attempt by the developers to get their hands into the pockets of otherwise innocent people. The game is set up to where you can get so far into it to where you get really addicted to it then suddenly you notice that it is impossible to complete a level without having to pay for these special little power ups. If you waste a dollar here and a dollar there on this game, you're making a big mistake, because these developers need absolutely no support in their money making scams.
Candy Crush Sagacandycrushsaga.com
17 days ago: Candy Crush Saga is a con artist's perfectly created wet dream. They made the game so addictive and almost fun to play until you get into it. Then, suddenly you find yourself needing just one or two more moves to beat a level. Or, you find yourself wishing you had a special piece that would help you beat the level. What nobody realizes is that this game is nothing but a huge money making scam for the developer. People get so addicted to the game that they pay $1 here and $3 there just to beat a perfectly designed scamming game. If you like your money, stay away from Candy Crush.
17 days ago: I used to use MyPoints almost religiously until they decided that the points I had accumulated simply vanished. When I contacted them to find out what happened to my points that I earned from clicking their emails tirelessly, they said that they had no record that I ever earned points and that they were not going to investigate further into the matter because they felt I was simply trying to get free points. After going back and forth with them for weeks and dealing with the most unprofessional customer service ever, I felt the need to warn you about their horrible method of screwing their members.
17 days ago: I've attempted to use Payoneer in the past, but when I got my account it came with a whole box full of problems. First, my card that I paid for got lost in the mail and they wanted me to buy another one even though I never received the first one. Second, payments that I was sent never showed up in my account and they were unable to trace the money. Third, their customer support line seems like it is forwarded to some person's house in India. Finally, they wanted to try to keep what little money I had in my account when I wanted to close it. If you're looking for a payment processor, Payoneer should not be one of your choices.
18 days ago: SnapChat is an App for your SmartPhone that lets you send pics, memes, short videos and drawings immediately to your different friends lists. It has a younger user base because it appeals to short attention spans, like teens who don't want to read anymore. Facebook realized they were losing the teen market who find Facebook boring and offered 3 BILLION DOLLARS to buy SnapChat. The only reason I am saying SnapChat is CRAP is because SnapChat turned down the Facebook offer. WTF. SnapChat only has 30 employees so that would be 100 MILLION DOLLARS per employee. SNAPCHAT in their wildest dream will never make 3 BILLION if they monetize their app. And right now SnapChat is hot. In a few years, they could be passe.
19 days ago: nice ad management system but terrible conversion rate! your banners will be placed on suspicious iframes or empty blogspot pages made for clickbots. Zero conversions for $25 spent instead of ~30 conversions for the same investment on adhitz.com
20 days ago: TDNAM means The Domain Name After Market and it is run by Godaddy. They charge you $4.99 a year to be a member for what should be a FREE service. Buying expired domains or domains offered for sale isn't bad and the service has many advanced search features if you are looking for certain types of domains. However, if you want to sell domains there, you can list for free, but when you sell a domain TDNAM disclaims the deal regarding the funds. While no domain transfer will be made till TDNAM receives the funds and transfers the funds to you, if the buyer charges back you are screwed. This applies to domains up to $499. Over $500 and Escrow.com is utilized so you are safe then.