Tag: Homepages Friends

  • Autograph Request: Mistaken identity or a new scam?

    Update (02/02/2010): It would seem from the comments that this was a legitimate request for an autograph! MAybe I’m more famous than I think? Original post continues: A few days ago I got a surprising email asking for my autograph (full text below). Despite getting literally tens of visitors to this blog per day, I […]

  • HomepagesFriends to stop paying (official)

    Back in February I wrote that the promising service Homepages Friends (formally MySearchFunds) had stopped paying out, (wel, they seemed to have stopped paying me anyway). Any members will have seen the emails they sent recently. The first one seemed to give you the option of paying your earnings to a charity instead and the […]

  • Homepages Friends Stopped Paying

    [Update:] I’ve now heard they are going to stop paying completely! Full details. I’ve posted before about Homepages Friends (formerly My Search Funds) – a service which pays you for the internet searches you make. Up to now they’ve been pretty good at paying when they say they will, and I’ve been paid just over […]

  • Homepages Friends pays

    Just a quick post to announce that My Homepages Friends which I’ve blogged about in the past (previously known as Mysearchfunds) really does pay. I got a payment for £31.53 into my account today. That’s for 3 months of searches. I assume it includes some income from people I’ve referred, because otherwise it doesn’t add […]

  • My Search Funds has become Homepages Friends

    I wrote last Tuesday that My Search Funds (the site that pays you for your web searches) was to become Homepages Friends. This change took place yesterday. The biggest change is that Yahoo is now used for the searches. I haven’t done enough searches to be able to judge the quality of the results, but […]

  • My Search Funds to become Homepages Friends

    My Search Funds announced today in an email to their users (or at least me) that they are to become Homepages Friends. It seems they are moving away from just paid searches, to add more cashback services (like their existing eBay cashback). One downside is that they are moving away from Google to use Yahoo […]