gametesterguide.com - Is this a scam?

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by tab1kat, Apr 26, 2006.

  1. tab1kat

    tab1kat New Member

    I am interested in the following for all the obvious reasons. It would be the funnest home job ever; playing games, writing reports and getting paid. But the usual rule still stands. If I have to pay for a job is it legit? Opinions welcome.

    http://www.gametesterguide.com/
     
  2. jmagnesi

    jmagnesi New Member

    I think a good general rule is that you should never have to pay to work. This is true in most cases. Another thing to look for, is their contact information.
     
  3. driver

    driver New Member

    go to scam.com and ask , if its a scam they will know, good luck
     
  4. diamonddust417

    diamonddust417 New Member

    You could always do a google seach for "gametesterguide.com scam" if you like what you see, it is legit. If you don't like what you see, it is a scam. It smells like a scam to me. I bet I could find that information for free just give me a day or two and it will be posted on my website.
     
  5. diamonddust417

    diamonddust417 New Member

    I wasn't able to do it in two days.....lol just kidding. It took me about an hour to find a few really good web sites with a TON of free information on becoming a video game tester like the games in beta, and the companies with opening right now. I have it posted on my website so everyone can see it.
     
  6. bigmoney5893

    bigmoney5893 New Member

    But none of that free information really tells you that you can get PAID to play the games... You can test the games and are able to keep the games but none of them say you will be getting paid to play them.
     
  7. getagrip

    getagrip Gold Member

    You should be ok - it is a Clickbank product, and if you want a fund, you can get one by contacting Clickbank's customer service directly. One thing to consider, however, is that if you do try this out, you will be required to give your email address out to the various game tester companies. If you do this, be sure to set up a "dedicated" game tester email address, because while legit game testing opportunities will probably come along, you may also get lots of spam too - with this kind of product, you may have to take the good with the bad...
     
  8. y2kgtp

    y2kgtp New Member

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