paid refunds?!

Discussion in 'Business Opportunities and Programs Reviews' started by ichabod, Nov 30, 2005.

  1. ichabod

    ichabod New Member

    Does anyone have any information on the website paidrefunds.com where they claim you get paid $15 per refund you submit? There is almost a $100 sign up fee.
     
  2. isitthetruth

    isitthetruth New Member

    I have been trying to research this ever since I read about it in a local classifieds magazine. The only thing on it I can find is the actual website itself and your posting. I have made several attempts to contact these people with questions concerning the "business" and have as of yet recieved no reply. One thing that strikes me as a bit odd is that the site claims you can be from anywhere in the world and take advantage of this opportunity- yet at the bottom of the page the requirements state that you must be at least 18 years of age , and be a united states citizen (or know someone who is) What is that about?? Anyway , I was on a scam website and one of the tips was that if the business dosen't have a valid street address and hides behind a po box then it's probably a scam. The contact for this site IS a po box - and I don't know about you , but for me a hundred bucks is hard to part with when ur crazy broke. They say if something is too good to be true then it probably is. What do you think about this?
     
  3. Quoting: isitthetruthAnyway , I was on a scam website and one of the tips was that if the business dosen't have a valid street address and hides behind a po box then it's probably a scam. The contact for this site IS a po box - and I don't know about you , but for me a hundred bucks is hard to part with when ur crazy broke. They say if something is too good to be true then it probably is. What do you think about this?

    Hey ichabod,

    NEVER pay them to pay you... The part about NO Contact Person, NO Physical Address NO SALE is Always the rule of thumb.

    I would suggest finding something else to spend your money on, a really good dinner and dance, at least you would have a good time.

    Good Luck,
    Joe
     
  4. wahweb

    wahweb New Member

    These are popping up like crazy.

    Let me save you the dough - its all about being a clickbank affiliate (which is free) and running adwords on google (this costs $$), and you offer "refunds" to buyers who buy thru your link (this you pay out of your comission).

    Alot of these out there, slight variations on the same theme.

    If you are flat broke, try starting a blog. You can even find these for free, try blogger.com. Write some good posts/articles, then submit your blog to Googles Adsense Program. If your stuff is good, you will be approved to run google ads on your site and you will get paid per click on the ads.

    Now, you just have to get traffic to your blog. If your content is good, this takes care of its self almost automatially. Or, you can advertise your blog. Just NEVER (EVER EVER!) click on your own ads. Google would cancel you in a heartbeat.

    Keep posting twice a week or so and see what happens. If you want to make more money, start another blog and repeat.

    HTH! [​IMG]
     
  5. WhitePhoenix

    WhitePhoenix New Member

    I'm a tad confused here. So after you write some articles on a blog, you submit it to Adsense... and they will allow you to put their ads links on your blog and then you get paid if people click on the ads.

    Now, do the people who click on the ads have to buy before you get a commission? And do they charge you anything for their generosity?
     
  6. Vishal P. Rao

    Vishal P. Rao Administrator Staff Member

    Quoting: WhitePhoenixNow, do the people who click on the ads have to buy before you get a commission? And do they charge you anything for their generosity?

    Programs like Google Adsense and Yahoo! Publisher Network pay you based on clicks and not on the sale. Whereas other affiliate programs like cj.com pay you on a commission basis.
     
  7. Hey Denise,

    I keep looking for a link to that Blog on your Website...
    Still can't find it on the "map".
    Joe
     
  8. debi716

    debi716 New Member

    New here... Hi!

    Ok, let me start by saying I want to do something at home, work wise.. I keep looking and see all these scams and just plain ole tired of them.

    I'm curious about the blogging. If I blog, what do you blog about and how do you know if Adsense will accept or not? Does it have to be on a specific topic? Like lets say weight loss? What about traffic? How do you get people to go to your blog? Ohhh so many questions...

    Help! thanks in advance...
     

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