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resolved to the customer's satisfaction
Andy Gold owes me $100. Yet he claims I violated his
Terms of Memberhsip (bu jinign aprogram twice, which
of course I never did), so he owes me nothing, that I
owe him, yet he never kicked me out, and never asked
for money back. He did continue sending me e-mails
that I clicked for account money, and joined programs.
Never intending to pay me. and he's wya too
interested in my perosnal info, but won'tt ell me why.
I believe Andy Gold of getpaidtotry.com has been
defrauding his affiliates out of money meant to pay
members. Firts off, as several complained at
http:--www.surveypolice.com-company.php?id=141, he and
his program don't pay. Now get this. Along with
another lie, that I joined a program twice which I
never did, Andy claims: "Please keep in mind however,
that since your membership started with getpaidtotry,
you already violated the terms of our membership so
there is no issue of any money being owed to you. In
reality, you owe use (sp)money. Members are never
allowed to sign up for the same offer more than once
something which you did."
Let's look at this. From the start, I violated the
terms of membership (Something never once stated to
me). Therefore, I don't get my money. Now ignoring
his I owe him money lie (which he ahs yet to ask for.
What reality is he even in? Up his butt?), think
about it. He never once said anything, never canceled
my membership, and instead let me earn up to $40 in
clicks, and some $60 (then stopped payments, so no $60
for me) from joining various programs offered through