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Multiple Stream Media / Scam and cheating

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I signed up for hits4pay.com, where they send you advertisements via email and they pay for each one you click. After several months of receiving the emails, as I was finally starting to approach the minimum amount that they will pay, they wiped out my account. I emailed them about a dozen times and they responded twice saying my account was still active. Soon after, I was completely deleted from their database and they still refuse to answer me.

Don't sign up and certainly don't click their ads. They are collecting money from the advertisers and not paying it to the people seeing the ads.

Va
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  • Ro
      24th of Sep, 2010
    0 Votes

    What was the problem? Did you try to scam them? Multiple accounts?? They have been around for over 10 years and I never had a problem getting paid as an affiliate.

    Robert Warren

  • Da
      27th of May, 2015
    0 Votes

    Same here. We amassed a decent payout then they claim it's fraud. The only fraud here is them.

  • Ke
      8th of Sep, 2016
    0 Votes

    I reached $24.84 the FALL of 2015 (10/15/15 to be exact) and all of a sudden the ads stopped. I have received TWO paid emails since May 20, 2016 and May 21, 2016 so now my balance is $24.88, $.12 cents from my first payout and here we are 9/08/2016 and no paid ads coming. I contacted them asking if my account was on hold because I was close to payout and of course they said "nah, this just the way it works sometimes based on your profile and preferences blah, blah, blah". The ads continue to flow at an okay rate at DealsNCash (another Abe Cherian Multiple Stream Media "property" but they have stopped at hits4pay so it almost seems like they are phasing out Hits4Pay. It would be nice possibly if I could at least get some advertising for this balance since at this rate it could be another 3 years before I hit $25.00. NOT cool.

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