Which offers worked and which are scams? Let's help each other so we can still can some nice cookie items during this economic recession!
Free Online Pirate Game - Easy signup 672 points
Be Part of an Important Research Study. Take a Quick Survey! - 99% time you will not be eligible for survey..waste of time
Test Your IQ! Take the 3-Minute IQ Quiz! - scam, your phone will get charged
Become a Fan of Booyah! - easy fbook 50 points..not much but oh well
National Survey Search - scam don't bother with this
OMG totallly don't be bothered doing the My Love, IQ test, Stress test, and the Diet thing, because they all will require you to PAY $$$ in order to get your points... Might as well just give your $$ to Ntreev directly instead of giving money to these $$-scammer companies.
PS: read the conditions! For some mobile phone subscription it costs $6.99 PER text message, and they sent like abour 3 at once before you got a chance to stop your subscription.
I have a TON of experience with online surveys.
And i'd like to tell you NONE of these are scams.
Cell phone offers require a cell phone and WILL charge your phone IF you dont stop the service. ALWAYS read the bottom of the page in a cell phone offer to get the number to send stop to.
(text STOP to 69999) Like that.
As for other surveys (forms and such) Try putting in some "old" infomation, like your old house address if you have to. Have another email address handly to redirect all the spam.
Stick with cell phone offers, they're the fastest way to get points. You just have to cancel the service before the end of the month, better yet, cancel it AS SOON AS you get your reward.
Department of fair trading wouldn't allow actual scam sites. Chances are if you're going to get charged, it will be in fine print somewhere, lol. I did a few, they aren't that bad.
They seem to have included something new at the end of the offer. Now it tells you exactly what will be required in order to get your points. In order to get your points without paying money, you will have to stick to surveys, even if they do turn out fruitless a lot of the time. Unfortunately, the number of offers seem to have decreased by a large margin since they added the useful details at the bottom. Correct me if I am wrong on any of this.
Before you call any of these scams, even though I do dislike the way they do things, understand that they are paying Ntreev a certain amount of money for you to magically get these "Free" Points. In the end, the points are never free. In fact, you should learn that nothing is ever free, because someone somewhere has to pay for it. Maybe not finacially, but it is always paid for in some aspect.
i mean.. look. here. they charge around $6 per text message. and they WILL send you once you registered, then u will get charged $6 before you get a chance to cancel the subscription. I mean with $6..i can get 5k points directly from ntreev. So i dont see a point in doing the phone subscription thing.
ps: i did stop my subscription right away, but still they managed to send one text. so yeah.
i have also done some of these offers and they work pretty well and most of them take effect instantly.
however you do have to be careful with them. the other night i clicked on one that was supposed to be for a dentist or something like that. well that wasnt what popped up. the offer that popped up was for diet pills but it still said that if i did it i would earn 36,000 points. all i had to do was pay $3.95 for shippin and handling and then my points would take effect.
to make a long story short i paid the shippin and handlin. my credit card was charged but i did not receive the points. now everytime i click on the check offer status button so i can report a problem with it, it says that there is no server or that the server did not respond in time.
now i am kicking myself in the a$$ for doing it cuz of my card being charged and not receivin points as well as the fact that i really dont like putting my info on the net. but at the time $3.95 for 36,000 points seemed pretty reasonable.
hopefully i can get through to the server soon though so it can be fixed.
Is there a maximum amount of the free ones you can do to per day? Also, I got the target one and the wii one to work for me.
I tried daily survey once, about two weeks ago... Spent nearly an hour doing a really long survey about drinks. And never got anything for it.
I'm definitely not trying that one again, The pirate one was instant and hassle free.
Also daily survey seems to have really specific criteria...
Or I guess they just don't value the opinion of someone with my exact demographics...
Thanks Failstar, Thanks Amo ^^;; (for siggy)
I've gotten 1972 doing reasonable offers; however, the majority of the ones are all scams. :/
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EMUSIC.COM - Scam as far as I can tell.
Signed up, said my credit card would not get charged inless my trial expired. My card got charged right away. I did not recive an email to confirm any thing and as such did not get Pts
I have a question. I need points so i decided to try one of these things after i read this thread but how do you know if you get points after you complete an offer? where is it supposed to show up?
and also, how many times can you comlete an offer? Because I did the Pirate one and got my points instantly, and then i tried it again after about an hour and I still ahvent gotten credits when I go to check the status or whatever it is.
I guess some are restricted for some countries.
Also, I only see the same offers everyday. Maybe they really don't want me to get something free.
Wow, I didn't even know about this until you pointed it out, lol.I just completed 3-4 of those free ones and let me say that the habbo hotel one, the pirate one and the arcamax subscription ones work. Managed to get 1660 points with those.
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