Can Tamar be trusted?

  didbygraham 18:52 27 Jun 2008

I have had an email from a company called Tamar (click here). After returning their email I have been offered $100 to add two text links to my blog site which will be paid to my paypal account. Although the companies are well known insurance companies and the web site looks professional enough and appears safe I could do with a bit of reassuarance as I have been stung on my paypal account already this year so am very cautious!
Has anyone else had dealings with this company? Are they safe to deal with? Seems odd they want to pay in dollars too?
Any suggestions / comments welcome!

  Forum Editor 18:59 27 Jun 2008

If you don't get the money you can simply remove the text links.

Tamar is a well-known company, its client list includes The Post Office, The RAC, and Lloyds TSB.

  didbygraham 20:31 27 Jun 2008

You are probably right - I hadnt really thought of it like that. If it sounds too good to be true it usually is.

  FatboySlim71 08:33 29 Jun 2008


You were right in thinking "If it sounds too good to be true it usually is."

I am usually of this opinion myself, you have just got to be especially careful and if applicable READ ALL OF THE SMALL PRINT.

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