Pay Per Action

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Pay per Action:Read e-mails, Click Ads, Participate in Offer or Surf the Internet, you get paid for this!

- Process E-Mails: Receive $25 for processing E-mail from home.

-You can make about $300. All you have to do is read mails and you will be paid.

How it is Supposed to Work:

You can make hundreds of dollars by reading your emails, viewing ads, or surfing the internet. Usually, they are "required" to charge a small fee in order to ensure that only the most interested people are given the information. These sites offer all types of actions you can paid for: clicking ads, reading emails, surfing the internet or participating in offers.

The Reality:

The truth is that you really can make money reading emails, but not $100s a day. You will be lucky if you make 1¢ per email. The only trick is to find a good and serious company. You know, you don't want to do a lot of work and then discover that you're not going to get paid. Very important if you want to do this: never pay to join this program, you are doing the job so you have to get paid.

-Here are some sites that really pay you for the work you do :

5 Star Promotions, Inc.
Get Paid For: reading emails, clicking banners, completing offers
Minimum Payout: $10.00 via Paypal, Money Orders, or E-Gold

AdPaid
Get Paid For: reading emails, clicking ads
Minimum Payout: $5.00 via Paypal or E-Gold

Advertise-Online
Get Paid For: reading emails, visiting websites
Minimum Payout: $1.00 via Paypal or E-Gold

AK-Mail
Get Paid For: reading emails, visiting websites
Minimum Payout: $0.50 via Paypal or E-Gold

And there are LOTS MORE.
E-mail me if you want the whole list.
IMPORTANT

Are you not sure that there are scams? Check out the links below for more information. These are links to articles that expose the frauds.

-Court Sticks Envelope-Stuffing Pitchman with Civil Contempt Judgment

-Agencies "Pushing the Envelope" to Protect Consumers

-FTC v. Castle Publishing

-FTC's Work-at-Home Schemes

-FTC Names Its Dirty Dozen:12 Scams Most Likely to Arrive Via Bulk Email

-USPS's Work-at-Home Schemes

-Work At Home -- Find Out How to Separate the Scams From the Legitimate

-Work-at-Home Schemes: Modern Twist to Old Scams

-Work-At-Home-Schemes Now Peddled On-Line

-Better Business Bureau Warns Consumers of Three Work-at-Home Companies Based in State of Oregon

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