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Richest Mails Review
Date Added: 2/28/2010     Reviewer: Traces2757
 
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Website URL: http://www.richestmails.net
Company Name: www.richestmails.net
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Richest Mails Description

Richest Mails is a “paid to read” membership website created and run by online businessman Paul Vandyk that promises to pay its members large amounts of money to read promotional emails and advertisements. Members can also build downlines within the program and earn commissions for recruiting and through the site activities of their recruits. The program offers advertising packages that guarantee website visitors.

Richest Mails Detailed Overview

When people visit the Richest Mails website, they often do a double-take when they see how much the program is offering to members for reading promotional emails and clicking on advertisements. What they promise to pay you depends on your level of membership, but for reading a promotional email you supposedly earn at least $100, and for clicking on participating advertisement links and banners you also earn at least $100.

It doesn’t stop there, though. You can recruit other people to sign up with the Richest Mails, and for each person you recruit through your personal referral link, they promise at least a $50 commission, plus 30% of everything that everyone in your downline earns through the program. They don’t give any information on whether or not there is a recruit limit if you’re a free member, so apparently you can recruit as many people as you like on that level. With a paid membership there is a limit of 200 referrals.

There are two levels of membership at Richest Mails; free and paid. You are promised a $500 sign-up bonus on both levels. Paid membership costs $200, and gives you the privilege of earning $200 for each promotional email and advertisement you read. With an upgrade to paid membership, you are also promised a brand new laptop computer. Payout minimum for both levels is $20,000. Yes, you read that right. The program claims to have paid out over $2,000,000 already.

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Richest Mails Reputation

The old adage “too good to be true” works well with the Richest Mails program. Understandably, feedback on this site is overwhelmingly negative. You will see some positive statements about it online, but only from people who are trying to recruit others. Reports are that, though it looks great to see the money accumulating in your site account, when you reach $20,000 and request payout, you’re not going to get it. This is not a great surprise. Nor is it a surprise that paid members never receive a free laptop. Overall consensus? Don’t waste your time.

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The golden goose that never laid the egg

I remember one of my friends told me about this site about a year ago. He was was very enthusiastic about it, told me something about 100$ a mail, 20000$ payout, but that seemed to be too good to be true so I told him that if he shows me the payment proof I will join under him the next second. Of course the next time we met he told me he had reached payout and now he is waiting for the golden goose to lay the egg.

There is no point in telling you that we all had some good laughs at his expense for the next months to follow.
 
 


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avatar   by nebulus on October 3, 2010 at 1:53 PM CST

 
 
 
I wouldn't Recommend this

This literally is garbage, I'm sorry I couldn't put it in any other way shape or form. Okay you understand you register an account etc etc... Okay now you have read these emails which give you so many mediocre amounts it may take weeks to reach payout. When you finally reach payout and transfer to your paypal account it wont come to you, you can wait seconds, minutes, hours, days, weeks, months, years, decades the point is you'll never get a payout and it is an obvious scam.
 
 


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avatar   by Killzone on August 2, 2010 at 1:28 PM CST

 
 
 
Total scam!

Richest Mails brings everything very nice, but it is not! I tried it last year and I still didn’t get my pay-out! This is a piece of worthless crap. The mails you have to read gets you only a little bit of cash and once a day there are only 20 mails. I would really discourage people to use this because it’s a total scam and that is the reason that I gave it a “F” it simply does not pay. There are some people who do get paid but a lot of them don’t so it is a total waste of your time. I hope you don’t waste your time with reading mails everyday while not getting paid.
 
 


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avatar   by GaryBechard on May 30, 2010 at 9:41 PM CST

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Pretty scam ever seen

I tried out of interest to see how far would they go to cheat others. On reading their promotion itself, it clarifies our doubt about that site- a perfect scam. Because no one would pay money unless we are doing something worthy of it, then how could they provide the payout 20000$ easily. If we don't do anything hardly worth (20000$) then how could it be possible. The payout could be reached within a week. I reached it because of my referrals. You could guess the climax of my payout. After my payout session I was not able to access my account. They think their self more brilliant than others. I suggest others to not even click any link of this Richest Mails and don't waste your time..
 
 


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avatar   by prakhassh on May 29, 2010 at 9:38 PM CST

 
 
 
Just Do Not Waste Your Time

I joined Richest Mails also and worked away for weeks till I reached the payout level. I asked for my payment and am still waiting now months later. Do not waste your time here, it's a total sham. They have no intention of paying me or anyone else. That is why they say such high amounts of money will be paid out - it means nothing to them since they will never pay anyone a cent.
 
 


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avatar   by yourgolden on May 19, 2010 at 1:34 PM CST

 
 
 
Wake up, divide by 1000!

Like all the others said below me, this site is such an obvious scam. I wasted a huge amount of time on this and many other similar websites. It's pretty easy to indicate the scam. Richest Mails claims to pay 100 dollars per click. It's not just high, it's a big lie. I wish it wasn't so everyone would be rich. No legit PTCs offer more than 10 cents per each link. Secondly, I suggest everyone being careful with sites that have no forum. They have a customer support, but they seem to ignore all my questions. They also say that if you purchase premium membership, you get a free SONY VAIO FW31J. What a demagoguery! I have been waiting for my 20,000$ payout for months. I must say, I'VE BEEN SCAMMED! Stay away from sites like this people.
 
 


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avatar   by Lumper on May 16, 2010 at 4:10 PM CST

 
 
 
Big scam site stay away

When I first learned about richest mails I thought nothing of it. I decided to give it a try because of how much it was saying you could make through their site. I should have known that by the high amount of money they were offering it was a scam. I did not stay with this site very long. I would stay away from this site, they are fake.
 
 


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Kids, don't try this at home

Or anywhere for that matter. This website is 100 percent fake. The 500 dollar sign up bonus sounds nice and cozy, but once you actually get that and receive tons of spam(if you do try this out, I really suggest creating a spam email, and only checking it every now and again)to which you read and gain thousands of points, you will never get a payout. I have waited three months (I had a free acct. And I WILL NOT upgrade) and there was no payment. Not to mention but the emails may contain spyware and adware to which will ruin your free of pop up surfing experience. You'll be bombarded, if you aren't careful. I wouldn't recommend this scam to anyone.
 
 


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avatar 2,000 Credits - Top Contributor   by hpboom on May 6, 2010 at 12:57 PM CST

 
 
 
I got scammed!

Don't trust this site, not even a bit!

The $500 sign up bonus sounds nice, but not nice if they don't pay you!

I have reached $52,041, and I still did not get the $20,000 cashout, since 7 Months now. I don't expect them to even give me that much Money, because, it's obviously a scam.

I could wait forever, and they still wouldn't give me my promised amount...

My rating - F.
 
 


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avatar   by tvirusx1 on April 22, 2010 at 12:16 PM CST

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A river of jokes !

Ahahaha ! What a scam ! It was unbelievable for me when I saw their statistics but I signed up because I was curious and I quickly discovered that this site is a scam. When they say that you will have a promised $500 sign-up bonus, don't trust them ! And nobody would pay you $100 to read an email. Don't dream ! However I thought that could be a good opportunity to win a few money.

But I don't receive their e-mails and so I don't hope to ask for my money...

Do not waste your time ! And please don't pay the site to be a premium membership : you will just enrich this scam !
 
 


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avatar   by fredc on April 16, 2010 at 11:20 AM CST

 
 
 
A joke, right?

The name alone screams "fake" but I signed up (for the free membership) just for a laugh. I just love the picture of the businessman on the home page. The buy referral option seems way too shady. Do not put any money into this, I beg you. It bothers me that they never specify who they are (the people behind the site). All I earned was the 500 for signing up, but never anything else. I did get tons of spam, though. Good thing I just used a fake email address. I created one just for richestmails and as soon as I confirmed membership, the junk mail started rolling in. I could not even find the emails to click for money. So how could I ever reach min. payout?
 
 


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avatar   by imsorry_shesgone on April 11, 2010 at 9:25 PM CST

 
 
 
I was stupid wasn't I?

I came across Richest Mails whilst surfing in a Traffic exchange and thought it sounded good. So I joined. Some of their ads were for other sites, also offering cash for reading emails, so I joined them too. This snowballed and I was soon visiting 31 sites in all, sometimes taking me 4-5 hours to complete the emails and banner ads early in the morning, adding the totals into an excel spreadsheet. After 1 month, my credits had amassed a total of over $5M.

Some of the other comments I read about Richest Mails sending spam, I didn't receive any from any of the 31 sites, so I must be pretty lucky!... Except at earning online income.

Some of these sites wouldn't pay out until $500K or more, but Richest Mails advised they would payout at $20,000. Others advised $10,000, $5,000 and $1,000.

I reached the payout figure on Richest Mails of $20,000 and looked for the payout button, but there was none. I emailed them from the site, but didn't receive an email to my box, just an email on the system from 'admin' advising that they had requests for payment from free members and we had to wait for 30 days while they checked the authenticity of the claim.

I accepted this and continued to use the system and all the other websites, until I reached $40,000, when I emailed again and again received a standard reply from 'admin' in one the emails... ( they did credit my account with $100 for reading it, though!)

I still haven't been paid (surprise, surprise)

Kenchris
 
 


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avatar   by kenchris on March 26, 2010 at 2:27 PM CST

 
 
 
Piece of Trash

I tried this website a few weeks ago. It sounded too good to be true so I decided to try it out to make sure I wasn't missing out on an opportunity. No one would pay $100 just to read an email, if it was true I would be quitting my job by now.

Richest Mails would give you a free laptop when you upgrade for $200, lowest price I could find for the laptop was $326.12. Where do they get the extra $126 from? Advertising is also way too cheap. $5 for 1000 clicks? So 100 times 1000 would equal $100000. $100000 - $5 = $99995, I'm not sure how they just get $99995 out of no where. One last thing is that they have fake payment proofs, you never want to trust a site that posts their own payments proofs on their homepage.
 
 


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avatar   by infinity on March 26, 2010 at 1:52 PM CST

 
 
 
Just another one of those websites

I stumbled across this website a couple days ago and decided to give it a try. I quickly reached the payout and could not find the payout button. After hassling with their support I finally got an email back saying I had to upgrade. All in all, a total waste of my time. Terrible service. And no money, ever. Never even sign up to this website. It will cause you more harm than good and will never touch your paypal. Period.
 
 


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avatar   by pinedemon on March 11, 2010 at 10:09 AM CST

 
 
 
This is a huge scam

I tried this site out in hopes that I would get a payout. It sounded too good to be true and I found that.. it really was too good to be true. I wasted about month reading emails and clicking promotional ads. I wanted to try cashing out after a month of clicking and reading what Richest Mails was giving me. I requested a payout and guess what? I never got it. I emailed the staff and they never emailed me back. I thought they would be courteous enough to even lie, but I guess not. I have told others to not use this site. It is a huge and total waste of time and you do not get payed for it. Usually when they give you huge rewards for just reading an email, that is a huge red sign. Stick to sites that pay you small (usually a couple of cents for reading emails).
 
 


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A total waste!

I see I am not alone signing up for this site hoping to at least get a little money from it. Like the other people here I got a lot of emails and quickly got up to $20,000. Luckily for me I did not get spammed with the porn and dating sites. I also waited with recruiting until I knew if I got a payout or not. I do not want to promote something that I don't know if it is working or not.

After reaching the $20,000 mark I looked for my payout button but did not find any. I sent support a mail and actually got an answer after about a week. The mail I got was mostly an attempt to try and make me upgrade to get a payout. They also said that free members had to wait 30 business days before getting a payout. Well, the 30 business days are long gone and still no payout. I have sent a new mail to support but all I get back is the same mail I got the first time.

So I just want to advise people to stay away from it and don't waste your time.
 
 


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100% A scam

Well it is way too good to be true. They promise to pay you a crazy amount of money to do nothing. I have referred many friends and I had no problems getting referrals because of the big time pay out and the "free laptop" they promise. I received tons of spam emails daily for all types of disgusting websites that promoted porn and I was very offended by that, and I ended up closing out my email account because they kept coming in daily. Oh and don't waste your time attempting to contact their support staff because they will never reply to any emails because they know it's a scam and have no plans of paying their members any kind of money at all, so don't waste your time. If something seems way too good to be true it most certainly is, as this website is.
 
 


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Forgive The French But It's A Load Of Crap

Joining this site was just plain stupid of me. First off, I have yet to see ANYONE show proof of being paid, despite the home page claiming to have paid over three million dollars. I guess the only reason I did sign up was because the home page looks realistic, I mean, look at DonkeyMails, thetr are ads everywhere but they are still legit. This one however, looks clean and with only a few ads. Then I signed up and suddenly I'm getting spam emails left and right. Now I'm used to spam, I get around 5-10 spam emails daily. However, suddenly I'm getting an extra 15-35 spam mails. And the worst part is, many are for porn sites, which is just plain disgusting. And as many people know, if there's pornography, there's bound to be viruses too. Thanks to this stupid site I've had to make a new email. Stay away at all costs!
 
 


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avatar   by psufootball on March 2, 2010 at 10:13 PM CST

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Please do not waste your time

There are several reasons why you should not join this website.

First off as soon as I signed up for a free account my email inbox was flooded with the spam and I am just talking about 3 or 4 emails, but 20 to 30 plain spam emails every single day. Most of them were coming from dating and porn sites. So it makes me think that they either selling email addresses like candy or sending these spam emails themselves.

Second, some of the websites that do offer large amount of money using some kind of proportion. For instance 10000 Richestmalls dollars = $1. This website apparently does not. I wasn't expecting to get $20000 in my bank account, but was hoping that I will get some money from this website after referring over 120 members.

Steer away from this site because it is a total waste of time.
 
 


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Big BIG scam

I don't even know why I bothered to join this site, but I did, and I regret wasting my precious seconds on this site. It was pretty obvious that it was a scam in the first place, I mean, 100 dollars per email? That's ridiculous! And now it's confirmed! They never payed me after reaching a payout of 20,000 dollars! Obviously, why would they? It's 20,000 dollars! It's ridiculously a lot for just reading emails! Plus, their user support system seems horrible too, no forum, some of the sites money transferring methods are "canceled" like moneybookers, and recently I just read this dude has various other sites that turned out to be a scam. Don't bother with this site, it's too good to be true and is just one big big scam.
 
 


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