I wonder if this is true. I found out about IM Report Card (IMRC) a couple of hours ago at myLot so I decided to sign up to test if it is true. After all, earning $20 for three hours of work is not that bad, right? So the basic premise is to review and grade the products, people and services listed on the site, and rate other people’s comments in order to get paid.
It is important to note that the site only lists Internet marketing-specific products and services and the people behind it. So if you’re not into the whole earning online scheme of things, the site is not for you. On a second thought, I found several web hosting companies listed there that you can review, so you might just want to check the site out.
In order to get paid, you have to accumulate at least 2,000 points (equivalent to $20). So here is currently how you can earn points with IMRC:
|Rate a review or other users’ comments||5 Credits|
|Grade a Product, Service or Person||10 Credits|
|Add a comment about a product, service or person||50 Credits + *Bonus*|
|Suggest a new product, service or person for review||75 Credits|
|Report spam or other inappropriate content||100 Credits|
|Refer another user to IM Report Card||Whatever THEY earn!|
Looks good, yeah? So I have been working there for an hour an a half and have already accumulated 1,096 points. I stopped because I was tired. But I’ll be resuming again in a little while. I just took time to post this down just in case somebody reading this is interested in earning on the side. You have to be reminded though: I HAVE NOT BEEN PAID. At least, not yet. But I’m already halfway there, so rest assured that if I DO get paid, you will be hearing reading about it from me. Screenshots, too, yes. There is one thing, though:
To cash out, at least 25% of your credits must be from new comments you and/or your referrals have posted.
I tried logging in to the site and I cannot log in anymore! It seems that they have banned international users from using the site because of some people abusing the system. U.S. and Canada are still allowed, from what I’ve heard. This is so sad. Why do the rest of us who try to do good have to bear the consequences of people who get their whole region banned from a site because they don’t care about a site’s TOS and blatantly abuse it in the hopes of earning a quick buck? This is Ciao and Helium, all over again. Ai, por el amor de Dios, when will we learn to be unselfish? Or, more importantly, when will I learn to be unsurprised by all of this?
ANOTHER IMPORTANT UPDATE!
Fortunately, I was drawn to the site again by some unexplainable force and guess what. They are accepting international members again! That’s good news right? But of course, there’s a catch. What it is, you have to find out in a new post here.