Discussion in 'Associated Content & Writing Articles' started by OussM, May 15, 2009.
how can i submit my articles and get paid per article without being US resident?
just create account by using US pin code like 92529 something like that.After sometime it will ask you for verfication then use your mobile no,select your country code.Then it will send you 4 digit number as a text message,enter the number. your account automatically verified.Then you can submit articles for upfront payment.Its easy no need to change ip address also.I am from india i have 5 different accounts .You can create how many you want by using different mobile numbers,they wont check phone numbers.
will they pay u if u do like this?they may know that u r from another country.
Yes iam already earning it works if you want i will give an account for free then you can change your password paypal e-mail etc
if you want free account pm me
I emailed them back and I'm waiting.
Any progress? Did you receive a reply?
here's one guy (maybe more) who sell verified AC for 3$ each. AC verification is the least problem, you need a verified US paypal, vpn for it etc.
That sucks! But it is also possible
BUT... Does paypal actually have to be "verified" or just "confirmed" to remove the limits (since US/UK/CAN/AU are different to other countries)?
I think there are certain types of proxies that you can use.
You may find some good ones here.
That's cool. So do you use dial up for the BH stuff, or do you actually have 2 broadband connections?
As far as Paypal, its just from my understanding is that for US/UK/CAN etc the spending limits are removed when you add a credit/debit card and they make it 'confirmed' (but its not 'verified' without a bank a/c).
I have had my Paypal a/c since about 2003 with my debit card (visa) and dont have a bank account connected with it - it says Premier Confirmed, Unverified Status. Never had trouble with limits, asking for ID etc.
I simply load the a/c from my debit card and withdraw funds to my debit card.
I guess what im getting at is, although in the US/UK/CAN they try and make you think there is a difference and need it actually verified, it still works when it is just confirmed.
Which has made me wonder if this works for a reloadable VCC's (i.e confirm that you can withdraw funds to a card, rather than a 'disposable' VCC that most people get which is no good)
This post reminded me of the whole reason I wont link it to my bank a/c. Heres the boring story...
I got the wrong impression once, not knowing the difference because when you read on the internet its different rules per country, and thus added my bank account since I needed it for fleabay.
They decided to deduct the amount from my debit card for each purchase AND deducted the money a second time at the end of the month (for ALL payments made that whole month) directly from the added bank a/c.
Trouble was I had used all the money in that bank and got charged by the bank something like $300 in total in unauthorised debit fee's. Many trips later to the bank etc, neither would accept responsibility, return money or write off/pay bank fee's (since it wasnt my fault) and I ended up giving my ATM card to the manager, telling him where to stuff his account and walking out.
Never heard from them since! lol
wouldn't a good VPN be cheaper?
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