Gomez Peer Zone – New activations and loss of one payment processor

Gomez Peer Zone reported in their newsletter that they are dropping Alipay due to changes in their Terms and Conditions. If you are currently using AliPay to receive your money, you’ll need to choose another method.

Also in their newsletter is the report of countries with new activations in the next few weeks:

Argentina
Australia
Belgium
Brazil
Canada
Chile
Columbia
Denmark
Egypt
Finland
France
Germany
India
Japan
Luxemburg
Malaysia
Mexico
Netherlands
New Zealand
Norway
Philippines
Republic of Korea
Singapore
South Africa
Sweden
Switzerland
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Venezuela
Vietnam

If you’re running the Peer in any of the above countries, be sure to check the application and see if you’ve been made Active.

If you haven’t signed up yet, now would be a good time before the next batch of activations go into effect. You can sign up and learn more at the link below:

Visit Gomez Peer Zone

Inbox Dollars Adds Paid Searches

 

 

In one of my paid emails from Inbox Dollars today, there was the news that they are adding a cash for search feature, similar to the rewarded searches from Swagbucks.

 

The link in the email leads to their help page, which summarizes the changes to this new earning opportunity, and adds the following disclaimer:

 

“* A “qualified search” on the InboxDollars® Toolbar is one that’s made by a real person seeking real search results.  Repeat or fraudulent search attempts, including those made by robots, hackers and computer scripts, don’t count as qualified searches. 

Furthermore, any earnings from unqualified or fraudulent searches will be deducted from your account, and any person, committing fraudulent search activity may be removed from InboxDollars®. Note:  You must be logged in to the Toolbar to earn search credits.

Rewards will not be earned when searching for:

 

  • Images or videos
  • “Search This Site” searches
  • URL or website domains, including terms that end in .com, .org, .net, .edu, etc.
  • Well-known websites, such as AOL, CNN, Facebook, Gmail, Hotmail, MySpace, etc.
  • Stock quotes or word definitions
  • Searches that contain a phrase that yields no search results or gibberish”

This is great news from Inbox Dollars, one of the oldest legitimate and paying sites online. I gave it a test this morning and will update next week the results from searching. I’d suggest adding a valid search through Inbox Dollars to your daily routine.

 

If you’re not already a member, you can sign up and learn more at the link below:
Visit InboxDollars