Get Spammed For Fun And (No) Profit
from the have-fun-with-it dept
ZaneK writes “Email Battles examines the underbelly of the Get-Paid-To-Read-Email (GPTRE) biz. If you’re not yet sick of GPTRE schemes, you probably don’t spend much time on the web. They’re like today’s version of the work-at-home pitches that cluttered the classified ads of yesteryear. In fact, Email Battles found that many GPTRE schemes have more in common with the old classifieds than you may think, including lousy (non-existent) payouts” Would have been nice if they had gone into a bit more detail about how the scams work, but it’s pretty much as you’d expect (i.e., you’re not going to get any money).
Comments on “Get Spammed For Fun And (No) Profit”
and how about the GPT sites that actually do pay?
come on don’t just talk about the bad part. there’s lost of sites that do pay.
i don’t want to tolst them as they might be considered spam by you.
Re: Re: K
TO list them
Re: Re: Re: K
of course they don’t pay $500.
only a few cents per ad clicked but i’ve received $50 just this month.
the $500 things are scams I agree.
I want someone to spam me and so test my spam filter system.
I also want to feel a fella’s hot manhood up my botty and feel it spray into me.