I realize it's spring already and you're probably thinking about picnics and going away with your loved ones or, alternatively, changing the drapes in your small basement window so that the sun doesn't get on your computer screen.
Either way, I know it's hard to concentrate. And today I'm going to throw lots of numbers around. I'm even going to begin with a set of numbers: 35three. Sounds confusing, now doesn't it?
Is is three, five, three? Or thirty-five and three? Or three thousand, five hundred and three? I know, I know, your heads are spinning. To add to this confusion, imagine it's all legendary or, alternatively again, not-that-humble. Confused yet?
OK, to clarify things just a bit: 35three.com is an autosurf/PTC site that's been around for almost four months (creation date: 19/01/12, expiration date: 19/01/13, online since 07/02/12). Four months is enough to feel rather confident about the way they work but – at the same time – should not be long enough to write this line:
"[o]ur 35% per 3 day plan gives us our legendary name, 35Three"
Really? Legendary? Are there any dragons there? Or princesses? Or at least a dozen of really small guys with beards? I don't think so. OK, but legends aside, at last the confusing name is not that mind-joggling anymore. The numbers in their name suggest the way you can earn money. And, immediately, I start paying attention, which can – literally – pay off.
Before I get into the details, let's spend some time on their website per se. It's simple, the colors are alright, the fonts "fade" too much for my taste, but – as I have proven many times – I'm blind and the window in my basement is really, really small. Actually, the only thing that bothers me is the lack of "about us" section. Instead, I get to read the "introduction" into the whole autosurf/PTC business, which is not the same thing. But, then again, maybe I'm too picky. In general, I enjoy to read the "about us" section (sadly, there appear to be less and less of them): to me it's a thing of courtesy – before digging through somebody's insides you should be properly introduced. Yes, I know, I'm old-fashioned, any other sane human being probably doesn't mind it as much.
What I like about 35three.com is that after reading through the whole thing you aren't left with many questions. Naturally, it bothers me a bit because I didn't have any reason to harass their support team, which is one of the few joys of my life. On the other hand, it's a good thing and a kind of rarity in the business. What you have to do in order to earn with 35three.com, you ask me? First of all, you have to register.
It's free and it doesn't take much time. They don't ask a lot of questions (good quality in policemen, neighbors and in-laws, as well as in online businesses), you simply have to tell them your full name, e-mail address and Perfect Money and/or Liberty Reserve alias. You can invest as little as $1 and you can spend up to $5,000 a day. If you get cold feet, you can withdraw your money, even if it's only the first buck you out in. We have already invested $50 and so far, so good, mis amigos (ROI: 116%). The payouts may not be spectacular, but they are steady which, in the long run, may seem even better.
I would really like to write about the security of their page, but to be honest I have found nothing. Zero. Null. I can only tell that the page is not protected in any special way, which gives me the creeps. And the fact that it doesn't even change when logging in is just wrong. But that's just my humble opinion. It may be that I'm the only one who uses hot spots and public places to check something online...
How does it all work exactly, you ask me, mis amigos? Assuming you're not an advertiser (which is a whole other thing), by becoming a member of 35three.com you can get your money in three (!) ways:
- earning 2% for 100 days
- or 35% for 3 days of surfing
- or by referrals (up to 10%; direct referrals are unlimited).
The first plan is extremely straightforward: you invest some money, watch/click on no less than 10 ads a day (but no more than 50), earn points for the ads watched/clicked on and earn money at the same time.
The second plan is a little more complicated and, as the creators of 35three.com warn us, may not always be available since its availability depends on the number of ads sold, but "[f]or now, though, this plan remains open to all members who join at the opening" and it will run for 14 days from the day of registering.
The 35three.com's unique plan pays 35% for 3 days of surfing, which gives you "a grand total of 5% profit within 3 day". You can invest no more than $1000 a day. What you need to remember is that if you skip surfing even for a day, you'll not get paid for that day. What's more, if you don't access your account for 60 days, it will be terminated and all your earnings will be lost. In addition to this, here's another catch that you should be aware of:
[a]ll withdrawals issued by 35Three are valid for 30 days starting from the date of issuance. It is up to the recipient to withdraw within this time period. If the recipient fails to withdraw within this 30 day time frame, the amount is subject to cancellation and/or forfeiture. The user may call/email or otherwise contact us to specify other arrangements (such as a cancellation or reissuance. If the user does not contact us however, there will be no issue of a refund nor credit the amount back to your account balance.
So, the usual rule applies, mis amigos: always watch your money closely!
On the other hand, you don't even need to invest your money. If you're feeling particularly stingy you can invest your time only and start accumulating points for the ads you saw, so that you can spend them on your own ads. However, if you're using your money the electronic currencies available are Liberty Reserve and Perfect Money and, if you're an advertiser, PayPal (withdrawals are sent once a day). Beware if you're not into electronic currencies since bank withdrawals are processed once a month.
Another thing you should be aware of is ditching your family. I'm serious. If you're not the only geek/nerd in your household then you may be in serious trouble. There's only one account per household, which means one account per IP. If you don't have the dynamic IP option then it means evacuating your family or badmouthing 35three.com so that they won't get their hands on it. Or evacuate yourself to your basement with your brand new modem.
One more issue, if you're hoping that you'll get to combine your two passions (making money and watching porn) and the 35three.com is the way to do it, you're really mistaken. You will not get to watch nudity and get paid for it at the same time, you freaky little thing. Here's a list of what kinds of ads you will NOT be clicking on: adult content or sexually themed material. drugs, tobacco sales, discriminatory practices, hate/violence sites, weapons sales, pharmaceutical sales, illegal downloads/warez.
Have you been paying attention or have you stopped the moment I mentioned nudity? If you have, I hope that you got through all the different numbers I've been pushing in your face and at least got a gist of 35three.com (here come the numbers again) and their offer. I'm also hoping that you didn't stop reading this very piece after I mentioned the really small guys with beards, because – frankly – that freaks me out. Go watch some Disney, mis amigos.