It's as easy as reading ordinary emails.For every email that you read,you will be rewarded with points,credited into your account.
The special thing about this program is that you may choose what type of email you wanna read,from automobile to health & beauty section,from travel to gadgets section,and so on..
Then ,every beginning of the month the points that you've earned will be converted into cash,which if your balance exceeds cashout threshold,you may withdraw the money out,either with cheque or credit via Paypal. The description of how the points converted into cash is as follows:
Once you click on the Paid Link and visit the advertiser's website for 30 seconds, your account will be credited with 1 point. Your accumulated points will then be converted into cash credits on the first week of every month. The conversion is done based on 40% of our total earnings for the previous month. This means we share 40% of our total revenue with our members! Our conversion for the last few months ranges from 0.55 cents to 0.75 cents.
Well,the founder of this program is a Singaporean,the reward wil also be given in Singapore Dollars.But hey,as long as you get the money,it;s ok right?Owh ya,the minimum cashout threshold is 10 dollars(it should be 11,1 Dollar is taken as administration processing fee).
Similar with other programs,you can't earn more if you don't have referrals.Basically there are 4 levels of referral system:you will receive 50% of your referral's earnings on level 1, 20% of your referral's earnings on level 2, 15% of your referral's earnings on level 3 and 10% of your referral's earnings on level 4. So,when you join this program,invite your family and friends to earn together~=]
Here's the link if you are interested in getting extra pocket money:http://www.emailcashpro.com/?r=hlyh1230 I earn quite well now,so why don't be my downline and we earn together?Have a look ya folks,happy Sunday~~=]
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