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During the dotcom rush I had a rather unique vehicle, the 3 wheeled Corbin Sparrow. I registered at all the free "get paid to have ads on your car" sites, but none of them followed up with me.

My sense is that this is an area frought with fraud, that many of the sites were just gathering marketing information, and the ones that charged money were just outright scams. These seem to be in the same category as the "model search", "actors wanted", or "make money fast working from home" folks: a few are legit, most are just trying to take advantage of you.
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