Bleep...quick cash?


#1

Anyone here ever {bleeped}? Basically, they pay you to sign up for stuff. (Everything from email signups to free trial sign ups, etc…$15 for signing up for Ebay, $0.50 for just filling in your email on some signups). They also pay you to get your friends to sign up. Once you get $30 in your account, you can request cashout, and get paid via PayPal. I’m giving them a shot, and I’m at $27.90 from just doing a few “enter email/info” offers.

Anyone care to signup?
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Let me know what you think of it…


#2

[quote user=“zootso”]Anyone here ever {bleeped}? Basically, they pay you to sign up for stuff. (Everything from email signups to free trial sign ups, etc…$15 for signing up for Ebay, $0.50 for just filling in your email on some signups). They also pay you to get your friends to sign up. Once you get $30 in your account, you can request cashout, and get paid via PayPal. I’m giving them a shot, and I’m at $27.90 from just doing a few “enter email/info” offers.

Anyone care to signup?
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Let me know what you think of it…[/quote]

I think it’s a ponzi scheme, and I also think you’re a loser.

Need a second opinion?

You stink too.


#3

Might want to reread on the def. of a ponzi scheme…

Also, tell these folks it’s fake:
http://BLEEP/community/index.php?topic=20.0

Need some more proof?
http://BLEEP?id=News&page=BLEEP

BLEEPIN’ BLEEP is a site just like IP, only they pay less per offer. I’ve been paid by them. Many people have. However, you sure won’t :slight_smile:


#4

I know the definition of a ponzi schme - do you?

Go away. Before I start taunting you as well.


#5

Do you consider those free ipods, from companies like Gratis and OC ponzis then? Under your def. of a ponzi, those sites would fall under 'em

lol.
I don’t think Yahoo, NPR, G4, and Wired would be doing articles on them, would you?

Many links BLEEPED


#6

Money for nothing -T–t’z for free right?

Link after link don’t mean squat loser. It’s a ponzi scheme, and you’re signing your privacy away when you’re stupid enough to do it.

Good for you that eventually you’ll be paying someone elses vacation in tahoe - but anyone with half a clue will be avoiding this like the plague.

BTW from one of your own links - Wired

In other words - Anyone who signs up for this is stupid - and quite actually deserves to be raped later on down the road.

GO AWAY!


#7

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In other words - Anyone who signs up for this is stupid - and quite actually deserves to be raped later on down the road.

GO AWAY![/quote]

On the other hand, if one has a ready supply of fake personas and disposable email addresses, there might eventually be some small profit in it. Not likely even minimum wage equivalent, after the necessary investment of time, but something.

Many people do seem willing to work long hours just so they can say they got “something for nothing.” Most could do a little better if they’d just go ahead and fill out an application at McDonald’s.


#8

Actually, I’m sure McDonald’s wouldn’t hire 99% of the people on this board, because they’re overqualified. Otherwise, I agree with you.

Here’s a bit of a story:
Recently, my father switched jobs. The one he works now, he recently figured out, actually pays him for every hour he works. Essentially, he’s back to earning wage. He’s always worked probably about 80 hours a week when a project was nearing completion, and now he’s getting paid twice as much as someone who just put in the 40 hours. Well, he recently bought something that had a mail-in rebate, but he didn’t fill it out. Why not? He’d make far more money just working during that time.


#9

The problem with all of these schemes is that they only pay off for people who figure out how to cheat the system, but then when the system is overloaded with cheaters, it becomes worthless and the site goes out of business, thus unable to pay the people who had almost honestly earned enough to get paid.

Well, that and the fact that to get anything of value you have to whore out so much of your privacy and personal info that you might as well just go walk the streets for one night instead… you’d probably make more money that way, and have a smaller chance of catching a virus of any kind.


#10

I think it’s a ponzi scheme, and I also think you’re a loser.

Need a second opinion?

You stink too.


#11

Might want to reread on the def. of a ponzi scheme…

Also, tell these folks it’s fake:
http://BLEEP/community/index.php?topic=20.0

Need some more proof?
http://BLEEP?id=News&page=BLEEP

BLEEPIN’ BLEEP is a site just like IP, only they pay less per offer. I’ve been paid by them. Many people have. However, you sure won’t :slight_smile:


#12

I know the definition of a ponzi schme - do you?

Go away. Before I start taunting you as well.


#13

Do you consider those free ipods, from companies like Gratis and OC ponzis then? Under your def. of a ponzi, those sites would fall under 'em

lol.
I don’t think Yahoo, NPR, G4, and Wired would be doing articles on them, would you?

Many links BLEEPED


#14

Money for nothing -T–t’z for free right?

Link after link don’t mean squat loser. It’s a ponzi scheme, and you’re signing your privacy away when you’re stupid enough to do it.

Good for you that eventually you’ll be paying someone elses vacation in tahoe - but anyone with half a clue will be avoiding this like the plague.

BTW from one of your own links - Wired

In other words - Anyone who signs up for this is stupid - and quite actually deserves to be raped later on down the road.

GO AWAY!


#15

On the other hand, if one has a ready supply of fake personas and disposable email addresses, there might eventually be some small profit in it. Not likely even minimum wage equivalent, after the necessary investment of time, but something.

Many people do seem willing to work long hours just so they can *say * they got “something for nothing.” Most could do a little better if they’d just go ahead and fill out an application at McDonald’s.


#16

Actually, I’m sure McDonald’s wouldn’t hire 99% of the people on this board, because they’re overqualified. Otherwise, I agree with you.

Here’s a bit of a story:
Recently, my father switched jobs. The one he works now, he recently figured out, actually pays him for every hour he works. Essentially, he’s back to earning wage. He’s always worked probably about 80 hours a week when a project was nearing completion, and now he’s getting paid twice as much as someone who just put in the 40 hours. Well, he recently bought something that had a mail-in rebate, but he didn’t fill it out. Why not? He’d make far more money just working during that time.


#17

The problem with all of these schemes is that they only pay off for people who figure out how to cheat the system, but then when the system is overloaded with cheaters, it becomes worthless and the site goes out of business, thus unable to pay the people who had almost honestly earned enough to get paid.

Well, that and the fact that to get anything of value you have to whore out so much of your privacy and personal info that you might as well just go walk the streets for one night instead… you’d probably make more money that way, and have a smaller chance of catching a virus of any kind.


#18

i know this is an old post but just thought i’d add my two cents… i signed up for in BLEEP september of last year and have pulled in a little over 3k since then. i have probably put in about $300 or so depositing to casinos and signing up for internet services & whatnot. not bad for that profit, if you ask me.


#19

Oh, you’re such a liar…