do paid to click and paid to read really pay?what are the PTC and PTR websites?

plsss tell me

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  • kitch
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago
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    I tried that PTC stuff a few years ago and clicked my fingers off for a year before finding out that most of the ones I belonged to were scams. I gave up. But I got in with this one 4 years ago that has paid me 5 times now, they show you ads you can click on but don't have to and you get points or cash for playing games. Check it out, it's fun AND pays.

    http://www.kerclink.com/AffTrack.htm?MID=5096

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I’ve found that answering paid surveys can be an excellent way to make extra money online. The sites I use are open to everyone, pay out regularly by check or paypal and are completely free to join.

    I usually will spend a couple of hours a day answering surveys and average about $45 a day = $950-$1400 a month. (the more time you’re able to spend the more money you’ll make)

    The only real trick to making decent money is to sign up with a few reliable free sites. Never pay to join a survey site though---there are plenty of free sites available! :)

    For a list of the most profitable free survey sites see:

    http://topfree2joinsurveysites.blogspot.com/

    Also if you were interested in a flexible online job, there are some very good companies and directories I’ve been successful with. Depending on your skill set---you may be interested in anything from Data Entry work or transcription services---to virtual customer care---to writing articles and posting product reviews to webpage design. For some reliable companies that will not charge any start up or hidden fees see:

    http://topfreeworkathomejobs.blogspot.com/

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Yes these sites realy pay but they're not really worth your time. If you're really good at CLICKING, you will make around 3 bucks an hour. I suggest you just check out the money making ideas over at finduseful.com . They're much easier, and they pay much more. No need to pay or sign up for anything, just start reading and LEARN!!!

    http://www.finduseful.com

    Good Luck

    Source(s): FindUseful.com
  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    There are many online offers on Internet but most of them are scam! Before you join any work from home company, please check out http://fyad.org/vupc You will find some articles and guidelines to help you determine if an opportunity is a scam or not.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I judge a PTC site based on how low the payout is along with how fast they payout.

    These three sites have the lowest payout out of all of them:

    http://www.clickin.me/register.php?r=gpcdon - $1.99 payout via AlertPay and 50% referral earnings. You earn 1c per click and ads refresh every 12 hours instead of 24 with other PTCs

    http://www.buxbin.com/register.php?r=gpcdon - $2 payout via AlertPay 1.25c per click and 1c per referral click

    NeoBux which starts at $2 pay but increases by $1 each time you request payout until you get to $10 then it stays at $10. You will be paid instantly when you request payout.

    http://www.neobux.com/?r=gpcdon

    These 4 sites pay the fastest:

    http://www.click2bux.com/index.php?ref=gpcdon - $5 payout in less than 48 hours 50% referral earnings

    http://www.crewbux.com/register.php?r=gpcdon - $5 payout in less than 48 hours 50% referral earnings

    http://mainbux.com/index.php?r=gpcdon - 50% referral earnings with a $6.99 payout you will receive in 24 hours

    http://www.thinkbux.com/register.php?r=gpcdon - $5 payout with 50% referral earnings receive payment in less than 24 hours

    I hope you can find what you're looking for, if not be sure to check my blog.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    If you go to http://www.buxdelux.com, it has banners of all the sites tat DO pay as well as a list as all those that dont

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    They really pay. Not much though. Here is an article about it.

    http://www.ehow.com/how_4482032_money-working-home...

  • 1 decade ago

    Try that-is what ur searching:

    http://extra10.com/?r=Andy7

    Source(s): my own expiriense
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