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Sendearnings thinks it’s a great idea to delete member accounts if inactive for six months.

Sendearnings Ad Sendearnings is a legit company with some bad policies. In particular, it is unfair in its termination of inactive accounts. If for any reason a member does not actively participate for six months or longer, the account is completely deleted. That is stated in its terms of service. However, that is not all they do.

Deleting an account for inactive members is common practice for many online businesses. Most, however, retain the member information so that the account could be reinstated with contacts/referrals and previous commission information accessible. That is not the policy of this website.

Sendearnings is unwise in its policy toward such inactive members. At the six months deadline, they eliminate any record of commissions earned and remove all referrals that were on file. Of course, they still benefit from those referrals, but if someone wants to re-establish their account, they start with nothing. This policy seems unfair in how it favors the company above its members. The good paid to sign up websites out there will make your account inactive, but they will not delete your account completely. This makes sense because inactive accounts weigh extra strains on the server’s resources. Sending out emails to inactive members is literally a waste of time.

Despite these findings, I still share the company on the website because they have paid me in the past. I’m just really shocked how they screw their members if they don’t remain 100% active with clicking on paid emails and filling out surveys.

My warning to you is to join Sendearnings to give them a try, but beware you account with all its earnings will be deleted if you do not remain active with them. This is completely ridiculous and the paid to sign up website has forever lost credibility with me.

Survey Savvy Payment Proof

Survey SavvyThis isn’t the first time Survey Savvy has paid me. This is however the first time I’ve updated the site with a payment proof from them. I’ve been a proud member of Survey Savvy for a few years now and really enjoy taking their paid online surveys at home.

Most of their surveys pay between $1.00 or $2.00, but every once in a while you’ll get a higher paying survey for something like $10.00. Their is a downside though. You won’t always qualify for every survey you take, but this is also a good thing because you shouldn’t qualify for every survey you attempt to take anyway. This is another sign of why Survey Savvy is a very legit survey Company.

Here is the payment proof below:

Finger pointing at a payment proof.

Survey Savvy proof of payment for $35.50.

You can join for free and refer your friends and family to Survey Savvy as well. Why not, I mean it’s free to join right? If you do refer someone, you’ll receive $1.00 for every completed survey they do. This is yet another reason to be a free member of Survey Savvy.

Take a look of this video from Survey Savvy doing a survey on who will win the super bowl. I know it is an old video, but the thing I like most about it is most of the people surveyed say the Saints will win. Nice!

Get paid to listen to music at Slicethepie.com

Slicethepie.com Logo Do you enjoy listening to music as much as I do? Do you listen to music for free without making any money, but wish you could give your opinion for a few cents and get paid to listen to music? Then you’ll want to make some extra money by opening up a 100% free account with Slicethepie.com.

I just opened up an account today and listed to one tune and gave a review and made a quick 12 cents. Yeah, I know $0.12 doesn’t sound like much but the tune was a good listen and the review really didn’t take too long to write. The only negative was that I had to write so much or else the system wouldn’t let me proceed and earn money.

It looks like once your account reached $10.00 you can ask for a withdrawal directly into your Paypal account. If you’re like me and will probably get tired of listening to music after a while you can also refer your friends and family and make a cut every time they do a review. It’s like giving yourself a little bit of leverage by just sharing this on Facebook.

Here is an interview with the founder of Slicethepie.com to get a better overview of the vision of the website and how you can profit from it.