This blog is meant to help you determine which work at home job or program is for you. I am not making any determinations on whether or not a particular program is a scam. I am simply giving you the information to make that call for yourself.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Pennyperclick part two

 
In a recent posting I explained that this was a work at home opportunity that I knew very little about:  http://wahmscam.blogspot.com/2006/05/penny-per-click.html
One of the partners Michael T Smith was kind enough to write and explain the procedure.  I am going to post all the emails between us because I have complained so much about the owner of another company I wrote about who took things all wrong.  It seems that some people come to this blog and decide right off the bat that it is all about scams and nothing else.  It was refreshing to see someone who actually listened to my explanation of what this blog is about and who was willing to give us an explanation of how their business works.  Here are the emails regarding Pennyperclick.  Please remember, this is not an endorsement.  I only give information.
 
One of my Account Executives sent the post (below)
> > > to me saying that you had questions about our
> > company.
> > > She seemed to think that you placed our site's URL
> on
> > a Scam posting.
> > >
> > > Gee...I certainly hope that was not the case.
> > >
> > > Regarding what you wrote below let me answer your
> > question
> > > directly. PennyPerClick.Com is simply a referral
> > advertising
> > > site; plain and simple. No crazy matrices, or
> complex
> > payment systems.
> > >
> > > Here's how it works:
> > >
> > > 1. You place an ad on the site. They start at $50.00
> > dollars.
> > >
> > > 2. Email us a list of 10 to 20 other WAHMs,
> > Entrepreneurs, Businessowners,
> > > etc. who you know have a business that would benefit
> > from online advertising.
> > > 
> > > 3. When any of these advertisers places an ad YOU
> get
> > a 50% commission
> > > paid the same day (by midnight EST) in your PayPal
> > account. (If you
> > > choose not to use PayPal your checks will be mailed
> > each Friday).
> > >
> > > That's it!
> > >
> > > I guess I am rather surprised that you didn't read
> > the web site.
> > > All of this is clearly explained there. Why post on
> a
> > Scam board??
> > >
> > > Let me add that we typically will not use the
> > referrer's name when we call
> > > them. The reason we do this is because most folks
> > like to remain anonymous.
> > > And quite frankly have tried so many programs and
> > failed that our reps
> > > will have a better chance selling the ad by NOT
> > mentioning the referrer's
> > > name.
> > >
> > > But if anyone wishes us to use their name we will
> > certainly be glad to do that.
> > >
> > > If it IS true that you placed us (our URL) on a scam
> > board I would really
> > > appreciate you removing it. We have no complains and
> > a spotless record.
> > > Which I recently discovered really annoys the Scam
> > board folks!!
> > >
> > > Please feel free to call me at any time.
> > >
> > > We are open 7 days a week.
> > >
> > > Sincerely,
> > >
> > >
> > > Michael T. Smith
> > > Parnter
> > > PennyPerClick.com
I wrote:
 
Michael, Thank you so much for your explanation!
> Actually I did read all through your website but it was
> unclear to me what you were selling.  I understood it
> to be advertising but not where the advertising ends up
> exactly.  In fact I still don't know where the
> advertising ends up.  If I buy advertising for my
> websites where will the ads be placed?  Who will see
> them?  It won't do me much good to place my ads on
> websites where the target audience is people looking
> for cars in other words.  How do you find the target
> audience for me?
> To answer your question about my placing my questions
> on a scam board that is just not the case.  I own a
> blog called Wahm Scam, it deals with all kind of
> different work at home opportunities both valid and
> those that are iffy. You can find legitimate businesses
> such as direct sales, affiliate advertising starting a
> cleaning business etc.  It is not all about scams.
> Someone else on a message board asked questions about
> pennyperclick.  I had never heard of it and went to
> your website and like I said I couldn't quite figure
> out what you were offering to the person who wants to
> make money working from home.  I posted questions about
> your company and as you can see I did not say anything
> even remotely negative:
> http://wahmscam.blogspot.com/2006/05/penny-per-click.html
> I appreciate your answering my questions and I have
> posted your email in the comment section of the blog
> article.  I would love to have the answers about where
> the advertising is placed.  If you don't want your
> explanation posted please let me know and I will remove
> it.  I strive to give my readers accurate information
> about the different wahm opportunities and it sounds
> like you have something they would be interested in. 
>
> Connie
> www.katieshugs.com
>
And the final reply:
 
Dear Connie,

THANKS so much for clearing things up for me!

You can see where your ad would run here: http://www.pennyperclick.net

Also, you can get to the same link at the PennyPerClick.Com site by
clicking on "Classifieds"

YES! By all means run my message.

You may want to let your readers know that they can become an Account Executive
for PPC and that there are no costs and we actually supply them with leads.

If anyone wants to become an Account Executive they can contact

Mechelle Scott <mechellescott_05@hotmail.com>

And she can get them started!


Have a great day!

Sincerely,

Michael T. Smith
Partner
 
 
 
 
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