Referral completion question

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31-03-2007 22:18:51

Well, I've gone green for a few people, and though I can see how I can make money doing that, I don't think that there are that many offers out there that I might be genuinely interested in doing. I don't want to sign up for stuff that I'm just going to have to cancel, so I'm considering paying for greens.

My question is for the more experienced people here. How long does it take you to get X amount of greens? I know that giftmonkey points are easier to get than other credits, but for all of the credit-based sites, how long does it usually take to get 10 or 20 referrals?

Does it matter much in terms of time if you pay instantly on green or if you pay on approval? And about how often do people flake out, go red, or have some other problem?

If you take the time to answer this question, thanks in advance.


sandra habina

01-04-2007 00:36:13

Hello, it can take 2-3 weeks to complete a site. If you are paying on green you will have more takers, but you run the risk of being scammed. As far as something going wrong, many newbies go yellow for some reason (like wrong info, bad credit card, not enough credits) this delays the whole site approval process for days because they have to submit a manual credit request and that takes days even weeks. I hope this helps Good luck to you.


01-04-2007 00:50:58

For most people, it takes around 2 weeks or so in order to obtain 10 referrals. The site you are offering, and how much has a lot to deal with how fast you will get people.

Also, paying on green helps a lot, but like the above user said, you run the risk of getting scammed.

On a off-topic note, are you going to complete HDTVMonster for me? You only have .5 credits, and need 1..


01-04-2007 06:00:04

Yes paying on green is a great idea, and you have to be patient because something always seems to happen when you submit your order and they try to verify your account. Either a offer credit is deleted from a referral or a referral is but on hold. And try to be nice because most people are willling to straighten out the issue if possible.