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  • My problem with the site wasn't the amount of time reaching the payout
  • However, since they didn't take the time to send even a quick message to me, I am no longer a member and I'm telling every one I know to stay away

    • by Steve
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      When I signed up for readrevenue. com, it was because I was told it was a great place to make some extra money.

      However, while it might be a legitimate site for some, I didn’t leave there with that impression.

      Like most paid-to-read sites, readrevenue sends e-mails for


      members to read and pays 1 cent per e-mail.

      It has a slightly high payout, $3.

      But, they send an average of 20-30 e-mails each day so it’s easy to reach it.

      My problem with the site wasn’t the amount of time reaching the payout.

      It was ...


      • what happened after I reached it…twice.

        Both times, I requested a payment.

        And, both times I received nothing.

        I was willing to give the company the benefit of the doubt and sent a couple of e-mails asking if there was a reason I hadn’t been paid.

        However,

        readrevenue never responded to the e-mails.

        If they had given me an explanation, I would have given the site another chance.

        However, since they didn’t take the time to send even a quick message to me, I am no longer a member and I’m telling every one I know to stay away.



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