How 5in5Now works
5in5Now claims to pay its members to try and evaluate its partners’ products and services, and to take a variety of other paid offers, such as pay-to-click emails. While we have not signed up for this service, we’re a bit put off by the lack of information about them online, and by their similarity to GetPaidToTry.com.
Benefits of joining 5in5Now include:
- Low payout minimum: $20
- Payment options: You may opt to be paid via PayPal, eGold or check.
- $20 bonus. On their site, 5in5Now claims to offer a $20 payout bonus, however the directions to do so on the FAQs page are vague.
Drawbacks of joining 5in5Now include:
- Multiple domains. 5in5Now.com looks suspiciously like to GetPaidToTry.com . Not necessarily a bad thing. But, still, odd.
- Confusing referral system. As stated on 5in5Now , “Affiliates will earn 20% of their direct referral earnings, 10% of their indirect referral level earnings, 5% of their 3rd level referral earnings, 3% of their 4th level referral earnings, 2% of their 5th level referral earnings and 1% of their 6th level referral earnings.” Huh?
- Multiple mailing addresses. On its Contact Us page, 5in5Now.com lists an address in Brooklyn, which is the same address listed on the GetPaidToTry.com Contact Us page. However, the GetPaidToTry.com Better Business Bureau profile says it’s located in Montana. Again, not necessarily bad, but a bit suspicious.
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