Sim, January 7, 2018
Review of : OneDayRewards.com
Use : GPT (Get Paid To)
Ways to Earn
Overview: It's a basic GPT site, owned by an unknown founder, whom seems to be doing a poor job at managing the site.
It’s a GPT site that rewards you for taking on and completing small tasks such as taking surveys, clicking ads, referring people to the site and such.
You know, the basic GPT site.
Where it stands out is in its minimum payment threshold of 0.1$, which can be made through PayPal.
It’s a legit website. Although their not generating much attention, they are paying.
BUT, I still wouldn’t invest much time in it (and certainly no money). Like other lookalike GPT sites, ODR seems to lack security and advertisers, thus bringing up one problem: future payments.
It might be paying now, but what about in 3 months?
When owners don’t invest much in the script, you can only expect they’re doing it for the short term.
Low minimum withdrawal (0.1$) and you can get paid via PayPal and Bitcoin. Not much sites allow you to withdraw through PayPal at such a low threshold.
The design is really poor and they much likely lack advertisers on the site. Which brings me to the next point: Is the site really sustainable?
It’s a real concern when talking about PTC, but what about One Day Rewards? Such a site lacking advertisers is a red flag IMO. Just be careful.
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Let me walk you through the simple steps you should take in order to make real money online.
Here are the different ways you can earn with the site:
You earn 10% of all your referrals’ earnings.
They’ve got one of the lowest minimum withdrawal threshold I’ve ever seen in the GPT industry.
You could sign-up AND withdraw today. It’s that simple.
Just make sure to look at the PayPal fees on your end. It would be a shame to withdraw 30 cents if PayPal charges 30 cents fees…
What’s your take on One Day Rewards?