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      05.09.2012 13:32
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      Fantastic new way of advertising, Puts you in control.

      If only I could rate this as more than 5 stars!

      I stumbled across mailpay.co.uk a short while ago whilst filling in some online surveys and was initial sceptical. Let me explain the role of the site.

      Once you have signed up, which takes only a few minutes, you are presented with a whole host of surveys on subjects ranging from work to health, and transport to music. It is up to you how many of these surveys you fill out. However the more you do fill out, the better profile you build yourself so your tastes and requirements are met going forward.

      Once you have filled in these surveys you will start receiving advertising e-mails from companies relevant to your survey answers. At this point I'll make it clear that all profiles are anonymous and no personal data is ever sent to advertisers.

      For each e-mail you are sent, you receive Mailpay credits. Dependant on the e-mail, the credit values range from 50 to 200 per e-mail. You are informed at the bottom of each e-mail how many credits you have received. These credits are then automatically added to your Mailpay credit balance. These credits can then be used to get a number of rewards. They range from cheques, bank transfers, Argos vouchers, M&S vouchers, Amazon vouchers..... the list goes on.

      The best bit about all this is that you can invite people to join Mailpay too. If you refer someone that signs up to the site, you also earn 25% of any credits they earn themselves. There is no limit to the amount of 'buddies' you can have, so the earning potential could be huge. I currently have 4 other people steadily bringing in credits on top of the ones I get myself. All for doing nothing other than receiving e-mails.

      There really are no catches and I have been with the site for a few months now. I cannot recommend it enough.
      Join in today and start earning!
      http://www.mailpay.co.uk/invite.asp/e=860a708165ad9650e011c00033c00ec3

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      27.07.2010 17:54

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      its amazing, i have already made £43.67 and have only been a member 3 weeks. All you have to do is fill in a few survays and start recieving emails. for every email you recieve you will be paid up to 26p, so if recieve just 10 emails a day thats £2.60 a day and £26 every 10 days. Thats not all, you can also refer friends to do the same and you can double your incomeeven with just one buddy, and you can have 10,000 buddie so just imagen 10,000 people making you £1 a day that £10,000 a day which is over 3 million a year. I know it sounds too good to be true but its not and the site has only been giong a few months so sign up now and adverties to get all them buddies. http://www.mailpay.co.uk/invite.asp/e=f96a96a0cad14db61b9c22cf1dd2559e cya soon buddie!!!

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      27.07.2010 16:12
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      Thumbs up! Nothing wrong with it's aims hope it works out, join today!

      MailPay.co.uk is a small site trying to gain ground in the world of targeted advertising. What they are trying to do is different to all the big names because they aren't as greedy.

      The usual setup is that a site gets you to join by giving you forums, chatrooms, apps etc to "play" with and part of joining is filling in a member profile. The information in your profile is then used by them to offer advertisers the ability to target their marketing based on the data supplied in exchange for a fee. The site keeps the revenue created and you get the "toys" they provide for you.

      At MailPay you create a profile that advertisers have tightly controlled access to (keeping you anonymous) to target you with advertising. All adverts are sent via MailPay in emails and MailPay charges the advertisers for each email they send.

      The good bit!... You supply your data for free, as with any other site but each time you receive an email, MailPay awards you part of what they charge the advertiser to pass it to you. It's as easy as that!

      Better still!! If you invite friends to join MailPay as "buddies" you also earn part of what each advertiser pays to email each of your buddies. It's not multi level marketing, or any kind of cheap scam, it's a referral program that rewards you long terms and makes it possible to earn a living from MailPay that's as good as you want it to be.

      The pros are obvious and yes they seem a bit too good to be true. The cons are simply this...It has to grow to work. MailPay has to attract advertising revenue to be able to pay members part of what they help it earn. By joining and helping the site grow you are creating a new site with the potential to "ending the party" at any large site which generates revenue through targeted advertising (and it's surprising how many there are!).

      By redistributing the wealth that these sites typically "walk away" with back to it's own members MailPay might set an example to the rest of the world. After all what drives targeted marketing is data supplied by individuals about themselves, isn't it only fair that if so much money is being made from that data that some of it finds it's way back to the true owners of it...US?

      www.mailpay.co.uk

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