1. UKJon

    UKJon New Member

    Oct 10, 2018
    2
    Howdy everyone,

    It's been 5 years or more since I last checked, so my knowledge is - ahem - out of date. I'm in the mood for bulk uploading once again to a series of websites, so I'm after fresher information, if you don't mind :)

    Would you have RELIABLE ppd file hosts, that have been around for a long enough time, and thus look less likely to shut down without warning? Yeah: PPD, ideally, those would be relatively small rar archives, less likely to be converted into sales.

    I have read around a bit, apparently there's rapidgator and uploaded.net that fit the bill, they're old, enough people say they pay (a few people whine they don't pay, but there's always the sore loser who was unlucky to be hit with enough DMCAs to lose his account and yet still hope he'll get his last payout, all in all, there's enough people who say it pays, in normal usage conditions).

    I would have wanted to mention Depositfiles, but apparently word is they just gave up, so that's one less option right now.

    Would you have other PPD websites to recommend?

    You have my gratitude if you are of good advice, have a fine day in all cases!
     
  2. Screwface

    Screwface Well-Known Member

    Mar 22, 2014
    77
    There's none left. Depositfiles was the last honest no bullshit PPD host.
    Uploaded is still good, but you will likely get your account banned sooner or later.
    Rapidgator really isn't good for PPD, but they don't ban accounts, and their file retention is as good if not better than Uploaded's.
    The rest is crap, will leave you with tons of dead links at all times, and pennies for payment.
     
  3. Anonymusx

    Anonymusx Well-Known Member

    Mar 20, 2013
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  4. UKJon

    UKJon New Member

    Oct 10, 2018
    2
    Thanks for the mention! Same owner, and apparently they've been in operation for two years and have paid a number of people, so it's not two untrained guys with a vps who think they'll take on the world, but something solid, good.
    My thanks, Anon! :)


    Certainly, it's possible to regret the golden filesonic days. But I've got something worthy, so who knows, one's gotta do with what's available.
     
  5. Screwface

    Screwface Well-Known Member

    Mar 22, 2014
    77
    I would suggest you go with Uploaded, Supra & Cloudy doesn't count and have bad rates.
     
  6. myupload

    myupload New Member

    Oct 10, 2018
    1
  7. reirei

    reirei Active Member

    Jul 29, 2014
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