Saturday, March 22, 2008
If you have any additional questions that this website still can not answer, leave a comment on any one of my posts and I will get back to you as soon as possible.
Saturday, March 8, 2008
Im wondering what is safe
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Oh, it's all safe as long as you stay in the 100% free category. You might get spammed by callers asking you if you're interested in stuff, but it's worth it. If you want to avoid this, which I reccomend, use a different address and phone number than your own. But they still must be real, so you could use a cell phone number that is no longer in service, or an address for somebody random in your area. The name you give does not have to be true either. I know it says giving false information will result in suspension, but it doesn't. And even if you used your real valid information, you could never be forced to pay anything. So you're safe.
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Is Prize Rebel Legit?
I've read a lot of mixed opinions on Y!A about prizerebel.com. I just want to hear from someone who got their prize or someone who got scammed. Is it legit? Do you actually get what you win? Do they send you spam or anything else to your home address?
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
they are legit, i've gotten shipped items and emailable codes from them before. For the surveys you will have to put info but you can always put your neighbors. For the email, i just create a new email as you will get spam
Friday, March 7, 2008
Prizerebel.com is probably one of the more knoticed freebie sites on The Underground Blog.
How do you make money?:
This site if offer based. It has a small referral set up but for the most part, you are on your own. You do offers from a long list, each with its own point value assigned to it for its compleation. Once you have collected enough points, you are able to choose from their prize guide or custom order an item if it is not on the prize guide.
How do I cash out?:
Cashing out is done through their “Availabe Prizes” section. They have a long list of available prizes to choose from. You can also custom order items through a support ticket system. All custom and regular prizes are fulfilled from amazon.com. That means that you can custom order anything on amazon.com but if amazon.com doesn’t have it, they probably can’t help you on that perticular item. I have personally used this site and cashed out on it with no problems. I received the prize within about a week of ordering it.
Overall Rating of Site:
This is a hard site to rate. Although it is very easy to get points, a lot of the offers mess up and don’t give credit because of cookie problems. The referral program only gives 20% of the referrals points to your account but it is an understandable amount none-the-less. I will give this site an 9/10. I can think of easier sites to get free stuff on but this one stands out with its vast selection of no-credit card-required offers. It may take longer to get the item but it can be worth the time and effort in the end!
Helpful Tips to this site:
When using this site you will have to do some work with the cookies on your computer to make sure that you will get credit for the offers on the site. For a good checklist of things to do, go to the Prize Rebel FAQ then look in the “How can I increase my chance of getting credited?” section.
Thursday, March 6, 2008
Thursday, February 28, 2008
If you don't feel safe about giving your address here are some ways to still get prizes. You can order Best Buy, Target, and Amazon.com gift cards. They send you an online giftcard through your email. All you have to do is print it out and bring it to the store and you can buy items from the store.
If you don't like any of the prizes they have available you can select the "custom prizes" tab. Then you have to already picked an item from amazon.com (the ratio is 1 point=$1 and you must have enough points to cover the item and the shipping fees), then open a support ticket and fill out the following information...
Item url Sellers name (if applicable)
Your Name, Shipping Address and phone #
If you have any questions, as always, leave a comment under this post.
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
This blog specializes in how to get points, spend them, and any other questions you might have.
Follow this link to get your prize rebel account started.... (This is your prize rebel account sign in so for this you actually need to put in real information so you can recieve your prizes; and it doesn't require your address until your order something; You also need to put in your real email address because it sends you an activation code and later on you can have online gift cards sent to you via email.)