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each company hires its own testers internally....our network engineer did it for EA when he was younger. It wasnt like a full time job either, basically they got a certain amount of time during their work day to play new EA games. It could have changed since then though.

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It's a scam.

 

Edit: and if you read down the page, they want you to buy some guide, they aren't offering you a job. Not to mention just the poorly photoshopped pictures and the bogus disclaimer scream scam.

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so this is not a scam and works?

 

He wasn't saying that. He said that they just use people already working in the company.

 

each company hires its own testers internally

Reading closely always helps to feret out the truth. :geezer:

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it's not really a scam if you read it. they're selling the information on how to go about being a game tester, not the spot.

 

so if you pick it apart, it's not a scam. but i guess then the fact that you need to sift through it makes it one, lol

 

*shrugz*

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funnily enough... i was thinking about their refund?

lol they are going to refund you, for playing games.... i think thats definately worth a shot :D

but then i kept reading down, and they want you to subscribe and purchase a book... makes sense then.

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