Description:QuickPenny / Earn £25 or more for doing nothing! All you have to do is forward some letters.
Newest Review: ... usual details. Name, email address, home address etc and then thats it you have joined. I think they do send you an email which you have to then confirm. Signing up is simple but it is after that that the problems begin. What you have to do to recieve your money is this. The site sends you a pre paid envelope and then a few weeks later they send you a letter for one of their ... more
Customer quickpenny.net Reviews (2)
by - written on 19/03/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
I am writing this review purely to warn people to stay as far away as possible from this website. It may seem like a quick way of making money for not doing very much but read this review and I bet you wont want to anymore. I was recommended to this website by a friend a few months ago, she told me it was easy to sign up, easy to work and you got 30 quid for doing practically nothing. So I joined up straight away, Im sure most people would. Stupidly I didnt do any research into the site before I filled in my details and everything else, I usually do research these websites because I know a lot of them are scams. I should have done it with this one really, Oh well thats a Read the complete review
by - written on 26/09/09 (Very useful, 329 readings)
If you do a search for QuickPenny on the internet you can find several forums where people are discussing this service and many people claiming it's a scam even though they've never actually used it themselves. This is what QuickPenny says about itself on its homepage: "Our company has been operating since 1996. We offer a service to U.K., or R.O.I. citizens who live abroad and need a U.K. or R.O.I. mailing address for various correspondences that we collect and forward to them throughout Europe." The website also states that it's a "100% legal operation". The basic idea is that they send you a pre-paid envelope ... Read the complete review