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How To Guide

This is a guide to Making Money online. It contains several helpful hints, tips, and strategies to keep you making money online safely. Earning money online will be much easier as long as you follow my guide. Be sure to check back every once in a while for additions and updates to the guide.

The Basics

Author: Enigma

The Basic Necessities

$ Use a valid email address - You will always want to have a valid email address to use when you sign up to a Pay To site. This is so that the website can contact you with inquiries about your account if needed. Also, some PTC sites require a valid email in order for your payments to be accepted. Another thing you will need your email address for is your payment processing site. For example, on PayPal you will need a valid email address in order to sign up for an account.

$ A Paypal account - Most Pay To sites use PayPal as their preferred payment method. This is because it is the easiest of the payment processors to use in many peoples' opinion. Although with Paypal's recent rampage against PTC websites, we don't expect this payment processor to last long. The Alertpay network is the preferred Payment Processor by most PTC sites now. Many people feel that this will be the best option as far as an alternative for PayPal. You can join Alertpay here.

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Getting Started

$ Do Your Homework - It is always good to know at least a little bit about a \"Pay To\" site before you join it. Usually, knowing about a site, and it's owners and staff, can help you determine whether you want to join it, or stay away for fear of it being a scam. If you know a bit about the owner, you can usually make a good judgment on whether or not its going to turn to a scam. Also, a lot of scammers start more than one site, so, see if the owner of the site you are joining owns any other site, and see if they are in good standing. If they are scams, chances are that site is as well.

$ Read The Terms of Service - You will need to know at least a little bit about the Terms of Service each site provides for their members. Always skim over this and check for irregularities and rules that you might not know about so that you dont accidentally break them without knowing

How to not get scammed

Author: Cronus

Here are a few simple things to prevent getting scammed. Follow them closely, they are very accurate and will help you in the long run.

1. Don't Join Non-Customized Sites
When finding a new site, look at the layout, is it good, or bad? This may not seem like a key factor, but it most definately is. If the layout is very bad(visually), they probably didn't put much time into it. This means they either can't design, or just don't care. Also if they are running the same old "bux" layout with a new banner, keep away. You want to find a site that is custom and in it for the long haul. If they were in it for the long haul they would make their site unique.

2. Don't Join Sites Of Past Scammers
If the site owner is known to of scammed in the past, don't join. The site owner may have an excuse or decided to "change his ways", but don't buy it. If they have scammed once, they will scam again, don't take the risk, ever.

3. Don't Purchase Anything -- Important! --
If you find a new site that seems to look okay and your considering purchasing something, don't. If the site is brand new with no real userbase or even payment proofs, don't join. Even if you hear people sing praises about getting payments, don't. Most scam sites pay out tons and tons quickly right away, then it just stops. Let the site be online for at least 1.5-2 months before purchasing to be safe.

4. Don't Use Sites Without Support/Forums
If the site doesn't have a good support system or forums where an admin is active, don't use it. This is the key way users and admins speak to each other and if it doesn't exist, they don't care. You should be able to get in contact with the owner within 48 hours at any time.

Hope this helps those looking to invest/join in sites. If you follow these rules religiously you will never be scammed, ever.

I am not responsible for any site listed here. These are Affiliate Sites and are run by the owner's of each site. These are legit and any payments received will be posted. Thank You