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Paid beta testing is one of the new schemes cropping up in the market. When reputed companies like Microsoft or Intel pretest their newly launched products and pay for it the phenomenon is referred to as paid beta testing. While the idea sounds simple it is actually a total scam. It first hit the market two years ago when extensive mails were sent out to people informing that Bill Gates needed people to conduct beta testing for new version windows. It further said that he would pay them as well for the services. This was a sheer trick used under the name of Gates.

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While the prankster did not demand money for it yet thousands of people were dragged into it directly or indirectly. Many sent the news to their friends about this lucrative opportunity. While the first of these pranksters did not ask for money, the ones cropping later started asking for it as well. Some of the recent victims are AOL and Intel. The repute of these companies is bargained in the name of beta testing. While these companies conduct market research, yet they are highly reputed brands to go for paid beta testing.

Companies resort to software testing to determine the quality, completeness and correctness of software. The process of formal verification is necessary to notify the infallibility of the software.  Some of the common attributes that help to prove the quality of a product include stability, reliability, portability and maintainability. The three main kinds of testing are referred to as alpha, beta and gamma testing.

The testing that usually takes place before the software is released for the use of public. Beta testing refers to the process of putting the software to a limited public test and receiving its feedback. The products of reputed companies are in such a demand that they do not need to offer paid beta testing and any news of such a test is more so a scam. Gamma testing does not hold much significance in crucial terms.


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