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In Asia there are some websites where User A offers User B points for providing a service,.  Usually it's like one point.  For example - online teaching.  User A teaches User B for a pre-set term, say 40 minutes.  User B gives User A one point.

At the end of a month User A may have 9 points.  These points are converted into cash on the basis of some standard exchange, like 1 point = US$5, and paid to User A's bank account or Paypal.  

I need to see some Terms & Conditions in English for a site that runs this way.  Do any of you all know of a service like this in the USA, or anywhere in the English-speaking world, where I could get a look at some Terms of Service / Terms of Use?

Thanks!

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EE offers the same thing under their LIVE option.
https://www.experts-exchange.com/liveServiceAgreement.jsp
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The closest thing domestically I'd say are the "survey" taking businesses. In exchange for taking surveys, you're awarded points. After earning a specific amount, you can cash in the points.

Here's an example:
https://www.opinionoutpost.com/

Here's their T&C:
https://www.opinionoutpost.com/en/policies/terms
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