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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #30 on: February 03, 2016, 01:44:52 PM »
You have to take some of these comments with a grain of salt. For example, near the beginning of this thread people complain about the break room, and how poorly programmed the site is. Most people have switched to Humfun, the new system. It works a bazzilion times better. It is not perfect, but Humantic has been good about communicating that they are continuing to improve the system.

As for the low pay comment. Yes, there are people who can make $30 a day doing this. They worked HARD for a very long time, and now they have a secure position within humantic where they know they can make $150 bucks a week. The system does let everyone in, but is built to weed the bad apples out. Sometimes, a good apple losses a category, but you can email support and if you are a real, genuine, hard worker then they will help you.

A lot of people seem to be complaining about how much work it takes to get to the point where this pays well. I think those are harsh comments. You either have the time to work you way up the ladder, or you don't. I saw the same kind of attitude in the Hubpages discussion.

You guys, if you want to make money from home it is a LONG journey, a process. You won't get paid well in the beginning. If that does not suit you, then you might want to look at other ways to make money. Me, yes I have spent 10 years dedicating myself, but I am so glad that I did. I support myself fully with online income, working from home. No one just gets to work from home, you have to prove your worthiness as a dedicated and responsible individual. It takes time, you either give up or you don't. 

I hope this does not offend anyone, but you have to be your own boss. You have to be the one making a plan, not about how to get some money this, or next month, but how to build a long term sources of income. Then YOU have to build the plan, and be your own boss. YOU have to tell yourself to get to work by motivating yourself.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #31 on: February 16, 2016, 08:31:41 AM »
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You have to take some of these comments with a grain of salt. For example, near the beginning of this thread people complain about the break room, and how poorly programmed the site is. Most people have switched to Humfun, the new system. It works a bazzilion times better. It is not perfect, but Humantic has been good about communicating that they are continuing to improve the system.

As for the low pay comment. Yes, there are people who can make $30 a day doing this. They worked HARD for a very long time, and now they have a secure position within humantic where they know they can make $150 bucks a week. The system does let everyone in, but is built to weed the bad apples out. Sometimes, a good apple losses a category, but you can email support and if you are a real, genuine, hard worker then they will help you.

A lot of people seem to be complaining about how much work it takes to get to the point where this pays well. I think those are harsh comments. You either have the time to work you way up the ladder, or you don't. I saw the same kind of attitude in the Hubpages discussion.

You guys, if you want to make money from home it is a LONG journey, a process. You won't get paid well in the beginning. If that does not suit you, then you might want to look at other ways to make money. Me, yes I have spent 10 years dedicating myself, but I am so glad that I did. I support myself fully with online income, working from home. No one just gets to work from home, you have to prove your worthiness as a dedicated and responsible individual. It takes time, you either give up or you don't. 

I hope this does not offend anyone, but you have to be your own boss. You have to be the one making a plan, not about how to get some money this, or next month, but how to build a long term sources of income. Then YOU have to build the plan, and be your own boss. YOU have to tell yourself to get to work by motivating yourself.

Exactly!! Working from home/being a freelancer in any type of job isn't easy. I worked as a childcare provider for many years and if I wanted to make some serious money it was up to me to bring in that income. I wasn't backed up with a marketing team....it was me. I didn't have customer service reps...it was me. I had to work hard and provide excellent service to my families, and now that I'm doing a lot of work online now, I've carried a lot of skills and knowledge learned from my small business over to this new career adventure. When I first started doing childcare, business was slow, but the more I time and effort I put into my business, I started seeing the growth in my business and myself.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #32 on: March 15, 2016, 05:41:53 AM »
Well, the one big positive about Humanatic is that it's a legitimate company and not a scam, which is so common on the internet. The downside is that it's incredibly hard for most folks to earn decent money on there. However, Humanatic do promote themselves as a way to earn some extra income, and not something to rely on as a full-time job. Although, there are a few folks on there that are earning good money last time I checked.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #33 on: May 31, 2016, 09:53:11 AM »
I love how you get to work at your own pace. I do have many cons for this site though. One of my cons is that the cash out rate is at ten dollars which is pretty high for people who want to do it as a quick buck since you literally are working on a dollar an hour pace to achieve ten dollars. The break room is pretty annoying but understandable. There are times where your calls with be rated wrong even though you know it is right, so you have to dispute your rating.


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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #34 on: May 31, 2016, 10:48:54 AM »
There are disputes that are mostly on the gray area. When I email their support they no longer reply but will send a generic email reply that will lead you to the new site FAQ and what not. I do not like that kind of treatment they give to those who have legit concerns. Not all their audit team members are good at making decisions.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #35 on: July 08, 2016, 10:18:12 PM »
Humanatic is easy, legitimate, and it pays out. The problem is that it pays out low amounts and is structured in a way that penalizes users for doing to well in the name of preventing cheating. It is hard to make a significant amount of money because the anti-cheat measures in place penalize those that are just doing well along with the cheaters.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
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« Reply #37 on: July 27, 2016, 11:38:07 AM »
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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #38 on: July 28, 2016, 11:27:12 AM »
I still have Humanatic high up there when it comes to being legit and dependable when it comes to pay outs. The sad part for me is more a personal thing where when when you take a "break" from this site it's a gigantic task to get going again. Of course the disputes can be a bit off putting but if I had more time, I'd try to get on track with this and stay on track.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #39 on: July 29, 2016, 10:22:07 AM »
I wonder why sometimes I get penalized and the other reviewers are not. We have the same tagging but I was penalized and these other reviewers are not. I do not think that has something to do with a glitch. I emailed support about it on two different instances but they never replied.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #40 on: July 29, 2016, 01:36:40 PM »
I have tried to sign up with Humanatic but failed at the last stage thanks to the fact that they require a verified Paypal account which I have been having to do unsuccessfully due to the fact that I am using a debit card. Paypal is known to be erratic in this respect. However this is a security feature adopted by Humanatic. I also learnt that often times, there are no tasks to do and you have to keep refreshing your dashboard. However, its a good site to join to complement your income when you reach the cashout minimum once in a while.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #41 on: July 29, 2016, 02:19:57 PM »
Humanatic just isn't a very good program. They place to many measures that restrict the ability to earn. They claim they are preventing abuses of the program, but I really think they are just being cheap because the restrictions go to far.

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Re: Humanatic Pros and Cons
« Reply #42 on: August 04, 2016, 06:23:19 PM »
I am on this site and I am not close to cashout but I have been busy with other sites so I forget about it from time to time. I have to agree that the low pay is something I do not like too much, but then again they have added more call categorization areas and stuff like that so I am going to go back and just work at it like I would anything else and go from there. I love the site and I think that you can make something decent from it, but I agree if you are looking to pay bills this site may not be something you would want to use. There are many sites where you have to work them like regular jobs to make money so the harder you work the better it will be in my opinion.  :)

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