Has anyone else received an e-mail from Iclan
about video game testing jobs?
I got this one and wonder how legit this is:----- Original Message -----
From: iClan Websites
Sent: Tuesday, July 07, 2015 9:36 PM
Subject: The no-life gamer myth (RANT) The no-life gamer myth (RANT)
Have you ever been called a no-life gamer by some douchebag?
If you play video games as much as I do (8-12 hours a day)...
And wear the "gamer badge" with pride...
Chances are you've probably been called a no-life gamer or something close.
And the person calling you a "no life" meant it as an insult. To say that their life was better than yours.
But is that really true? The answer is a big fat NO (for most people)....
Here's a link: https://www.iclanwebsites.com/link/game-testing/
Don't click on it yet.
Because most people spend 8-10 hours everyday, 5 days a week (at least)...
Working a job they HATE.
While we don't have too.
They are the ones who really have no life.
Because...Gamers like us have a much better way to make enough money to live - worry free.
...that is not a scam.
...that is not a method you've heard about before.
...that will pay our rent, keep our refrigerators full and take care of our bills...
With enough money left over...
To buy the other things we really want (within reason).
By becoming a video game tester
using the only legitimate way that works
... that I know of through my industry connections.
Sound too good to be true?
Well, you're right to be skeptical but let me explain why it's not B.S.
The video gaming industry is a BILLION dollar per year industry...
...and video game developers have a lot of money at stake when they invest in developing a new video game.
If their game bombs, they will probably lose their jobs (and end up homeless).
So, because there's billions of dollars at stake for them, they are willing to spend millions of dollars hiring video game testers like you... to make sure their games won't suck and will bring them a financial success.Put yourself in their shoes...
Imagine you were a video game developer with a lot of money on the line if your game succeeded or failed...
Wouldn't you at least set aside some of your game development budget, and GLADLY pay video game testers to test
your game - before you released your game to the public?
And spend tens... if not hundreds of thousands of dollars marketing it?Of course you would.
Only you wouldn't just want to hire anybody to do the testing, right?
You'd want to use a special company that hired the video game testers and organized everything for you... so you wouldn't have to deal with it.
And could focus 100% on developing your game.
Well that "special company" is exactly what Gaming Jobs Online does.
Here's the link again- https://www.iclanwebsites.com/link/game-testing/
They connect people (like you & me) who want to get paid good money (about $3,250 a month) to be video game testers with game development companies that are HAPPY to pay us.
You can join their company in the next 5 minutes, have your first video game testing job within the next 24 hours....
Receive your first paycheck within the next 7 days and get paid much better than minimum wage job.
How much can you make?
Video game testers aren't rich. But you can make $39,063 a year which is much more than minimum wage jobs pay.
And you can work any schedule you choose, part-time, full-time, or overtime.
I hesitated to tell you guys about this because it's not a game review, but I wanted to make sure that you knew about it since some of my friends are doing it to - make a living in college. https://www.iclanwebsites.com/link/game-testing/
If you need something like this and you don't click the link (to learn more at least), you only have yourself to blame.
I won't bring it up again.
Talk to you soon,
If you signup to become a game tester not only will you get paid better than minimum wage workers (doing what you love)...
But you'll also receive new and unreleased games to test or review...
And you'll get to KEEP them for free.
There are other industry perks too such as:
- Getting V.I.P. invites to game conferences, launches, and exhibits and conventions such as E3, Japan Game Expo, and more.
- Getting special walkthroughs, cheat codes, secrets, and other "exploits" that only game testers know about.
- Getting new products to test and review such as game consoles, memory cards, and controllers (that you also get to keep).
You don't have to be from the United States either. Gamers from over 150+ different countries can do this too.
Here's the link again so you don't have to scroll back up to learn more: https://www.iclanwebsites.com/link/game-testing/ We're emailing you because you are currently registered to one or more of our communities: The Esoteric Tenno
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