Sim, August 24, 2018
In simple words: you open/read emails and you get paid.
Meh, I mean, yes it’s free money, yes it’s easy and quick to implement in your daily routine but it takes forever before reaching the minimum required to cash out. Also, you better use some sort of adblocker (I use Ghostery and Ublock) cause some advertisers aren’t very trustworthy. In other words, it really is up to you. Do you want to spend a few seconds everyday to make a few cents?
GetPaidMail.com is part of the MultiMoneyGroup, a network well-established money-making sites. Just like its sisters sites, GetPaidMail as been paying for over 15 years. So no worries on this side. I barely never go to the site, I just receive their paid emails, open them and make money. I like MMG’s sites because of their simplicity. You can actually get paid reading emails.
The website is owned by the MultiMoneyGroup, which owns 12 other similar sites:
Although there are various ways to earn money on the site, the main one you should focus on is the “paid emails”.
Once you sign-up, you’ll start receiving a couple of emails per day, each giving about 0.25$ cents if I’m not mistaking.
Count any way you want, you won’t make much money. But, it still is easy money.
Here are the different ways to earn:
It’s a 6 lvl referral program:
Payments are processed almost instantly. Once you’ve reach at least 1$ you can withdraw your money through PayPal, Payza, Perfect Money, STPay.
You’ll have to pay a small fee if you decide to cash out using other than PayPal or STPay.
Arm yourself with good adblockers and you are good to go. Anybody can use this site really.
I’d only recommend this site to people who don’t mind adding this “opening emails” thingy to their daily routine. You won’t make much money every day so you have to be diligent about it if you want to make the most out of it.
It only takes a few seconds every day so it’s not a big task.
The minimum withdrawal is quite low.
They charge fees if you’re not withdrawing with PayPal or STPay.
Also, if you’re from China, India, Pakistan or Poland, you must ask for permission to join.
I haven’t found much reviews about the site other than GPTwiki.
The website is old and looks really shitty. But, it’s a legit site.
You’ll find out that all MMG sites look like this, really shitty. Once you get your head around one of their sites, you know how they all operate.
What’s your take on GetPaidMail and the other MultiMoneyGroup’s sites?