Review of paying filehosts in May, 2012

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Month ago I already made similar translated repost about filehosts. This review was made at big trusted forum and I thought that it would be interesting for you, my readers. The author called it “Filehosts which still work and make payouts”. He didn’t iclude in this review some new file hosts, which didn’t have payout proofs, had too many negative feedbacks, didn’t support payouts to Webmoney (it’s important moment for all posters from Russia and Ukraine). Besides this, in May filehosts review such giants as Oron and Filepost were not included because of their strange relations and misunderstandings with affiliates.
So, let’s go! Updated list of paying filehosts:
1. DepositFiles

registration at depositfiles

Doesn’t have problems with payouts. Pays only for unique referred downloads. Last tame were many cases of account bans after the payout order. The main reason of those bans was too much amount of abuses from the content owners.

2. Mojofile

mojofile registration

New, perspective and has great potential for earning. Pays regularly. The minimum payout is only $5. Pays up to $25 per 1000 downloads or 60% from every sales and rebills.

3. Uploaded

registration at Uploaded.to

Was sold to new owners. Changed some conditions. Payouts only once a month. All sums less than $ 100 are charged 20% fee. Cancelled pay-per-download scheme. Pay for premium sales (60%) and rebills (30%).

4. 1hostclick (former Cash-File)

1hostclick registration

Pays regularly. Quite old filehost. Experienced webmasters may know it under name Cash-File. Cash-file was popular as very anti-abuse filehost. The main advantage of 1hostclick is also high stability to abuses. 1hostclick offers for earning the mixed payment scheme. It pays up to $30 per 1000 download + 30% of premium sales. Has frequent upload technical problems because of server overfill.

5. Rapidgator

registration at rapidgator.net

Pays regularly. Some technical problems and overload problems remain unsolved.

6. FileFactory

registration at filefactory

Now it pays only once a month. One of the oldest filehosts.

7. Netload

netload register

Pays regularly. Netload is one of the oldest file sharing services. It’s so old as Depositfiles. Not so long ago Netload paid only for downloads at very low rates. But about a month ago, they cancelled pay-pre-download and made 4 different “pay-per-sale” scheme. Quite popular among users.

8. Content-Cooperation (Filesmonster, FileAlliance)

registration at content-cooperation

Pays regularly, but minimum payout is $100. Has unusual scheme of work. Pays only for premium sales. Has 7-14 days hold on sales. Main content is adult files.

9. Xlget

registration at xlget

Makes payout only once a month. Quite old filehosts. Pays for sales via SMS. For mass using is not suitable.

10. FileMates

filemates earning

Very promising newcomer. Pays only for sale, but honestly and regularly. Pays 60% from every sale. If your earning will be more than 750€/week then you can increase your rate till 70%. Minimum payout is only 5€.

11. Gigapeta

registration at gigapeta

Pays regularly. Oriented for working in Runet mostly. Pays for traffic volumes (1 Gb=$0.02).

12.Tenfiles

registration at tenfiles

Pays ok. New project from Gigapeta. Tenfiles pays only for sales. Quite stable.

13. Bitshare

registration at bitshare

Makes payouts twice a month. Very strict about abuses. For high level of abuses – account will be banned without talking and explanations.

14. Asfile

registration at asfile

Pays regularly. In april free registration was opened. Because of some problem with paypal, Asfile has 30 days hold on paypal sales.

15. Turbobit

registration at turbobit

Doesn’t have problems with payouts. It’s one of the 3 top filehosts for Runet. Has timely technical problems. The main minus is hold on sale: 45 days for Paypal, 10 days from the SMS.

16. Letitbit and their projects

registration on file hosting letitbit

Without global changes. It’s one of main filehosts for russian speaking auditory(Runet), but not too suitable for the other languages. It has some technical problems.

17. Extabit

registration at extabit

Pays regularly. Has some problems with payment systems, but still keeps its posititions. Registration for new partners are currently closed. Has frequent technical problems. Last time sales started to decrease.

18. I-filez.com

registration at i-filez

Very bad, but still pays. For registration you should pass an interview with admin for further approving. Filehost and its admin have very dubious reputation.

19. Borncash group (Unibates and others projects)

registration at borncash

Make payouts every week. It’s the main competitor of Letitbit. In general, it’s more suitable and profitable at russian speaking sites. It has technical problems very often.

So, that’s all. I think, that now, with this actula filehosts review, you’ve got all you need to choose the most suitable filehosts for earning.
Good luck!

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Comments (7)

i tried depositfiles and omg what a nightmare.
their “BONUS” program is a separate entity from them and that took a while to active. i gave up on them after 200 downloads for 200mg files came to 6cents. filefactory has been working well but it looks like the copyright people are putting pressure on them too.
hotfile will boot you as soon as they get a copyright complaint about your files. gl in your choice.

yes, they have such restriction from the february, 2012

Turbobit seems to be (still) blocking US downloads. Wanted to try it but there’s suddenly a lot of complaints from users who can’t download.

filedefend.com were on sale some days ago : flippa.com/2770735-file-host-3-000-revenue-300k-uvs-1-6-million-pageviews-in-only-the-1st-5-days

Please review Azushare.net , I heard that they are paying very well, I think it’s the best offer on the market right now.

week ago they had no problems with payouts.

Hi Mike
Again Nice post about paying Filehosts
All these file hosts paying?

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