What do you think of RedGage?
They sent me debit card, which is free of charges, but because their their terms and conditions clearly state that the terms can be changed at any point, might they then start charging? If so there is no indication what their charges might be. Am I being paranoid?
I think Redgage's web site is polluted with grammatical, spelling and stylistic errors, wich is always a Red Flag.
I have had 3 payouts from RedGage so far and never experienced any charges. My advice would be to take the money and spend it! Any charges would be deducted up-front, anyway, so if you spend the full $25 then all should be well...
Companies are bought and sold all the time. According to the terms, new management can impose whatever new rules they like. It's the nature of the beast. These contracts are written by attorneys to account for many possible/ probable scenarios in the future.
Jed, first of all you misspelled "which." Secondly, your logic is flawed for several reasons. Sites such as Twitter, Facebook, and MySpace are littered with mistakes. Do you plan to boycott them as well? Do not compare RedGage to HubPages, they are entirely different sites with different concepts.
* Unlike HubPages, RedGage is not solely a writing site.
* RedGage is a social network type site like Flickr.
* According to the RedGage website, Red Gage "pays people for their online content and monetizes their social activity."
Les Trois, every website has similar terms. Any website, at any time, can initiate new membership fees. They do this to protect themselves, in case, they need to change their business model. I love Redgage; it's an innovative enterprise.
by simeonvisser 2 years ago
Technologically, it is no match for HubPages really. Things don't align properly, the user interface is far from clear and you cannot put an item in a collection by editing it - you have to go to profile > collections > that collection > add item and then click done? Who came up with that?...
by salt 8 years ago
anyone know how to link to redgauge? I managed one article, but I have seen some peoples links where they have a hubpages symbol there?
by Brie Hoffman 7 years ago
Every time I write a new hub I post it on Redgage as well as SHETOLDME and a few others... Now when I go and check it later my Redgage posting is in google search but not hubpages...WHY?Anyone?
by Lynda Gary 8 years ago
Well, folks, I'm stumped.A few days ago, I signed up with RedGage. I hooked it up with my FB account (or something like that; I don't know -- I was just clicking where they said "click.") Then, I left the site. I didn't post anything, etc.I started getting all these...
by Steven Escareno 7 years ago
Okay, I've tried both firefox and google chrome, which usually work with redgage, but for some reason it's not allowing me to post up links to it regarding my current hubs. I don't know why. Has anyone else had this problem?
by TurtleDog 4 years ago
Anyone try to sign up (new account) on RedGage recently?Their website sign-up hasn't been workingI wonder if Redgage is still accepting new accounts
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