Readbud.com legit program or scam?
I have joined readbud.com that we'll get paid by reading articles (pay out $50). I search at the internet that somebody got the payout. Does anyone know that the program legit or not (scam) ?
It is in fact a great program, stick with it and be creative. I earned around 2 thousands off it last year
Thanks romper, I'll follow this program until the payout. Maybe next month I'll reach $50. I hope you can give me a tips and trick how to get more $$ from readbud.
Thanks for sharing. ^_^
I've joined this program for quite long time, and after I collected enough money for redemption (50 $) in December 2010 they never pay out the money. So, I think it's a scam.
n order to check whether a site which you are going to choose is legit or not means use the following steps.
1. Use Whois lookup tool like http://www.WhoisXY.com/ to check the whois information
2) In the domain contact details check whether they are having valid email address and phone number and does it work
3) Go through review about them using Scamadviser.com , Webutation.net and check whether they are scam free.
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