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"Points2shop"?

I stumbled upon this strange site called Points2shop, which claims that its sponsors pay the site and allow them to give users stuff in exchange for the titular points; the points are earned by visiting the sponsors' sites and doing stuff like surveys. Seems surveys run the world these days.

I'm not entirely certain if the site is 100% legitimate, but it hasn't spammed me with ads and/or asked that I provide any sensitive information; take a look at it and see if it's worth bothering with. It hasn't even asked for a phone number, nor have the various surveys I've seen so far through the service.

Of course, if you redeem a "reward" using the points that's a physical item, you'll have to supply a mailing address for it to be sent to.

Among other things, they offer Xbox Live Gold subscription cards, apparently purchased through Amazon. Their cost in points (with 100 points ~ 1 US dollar) lines up with the expected dollar price for such subscriptions. You don't receive a physical card; they email you the code on the card instead, so you can get those without supplying an address.

Oh, and be very careful to only access the site from a single computer, and if you use fake information, make sure it's consistent. They're very finicky about that sort of thing.
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Added: 6 years, 4 months ago
 
Norithics
6 years, 4 months ago
This seems exactly like Swagbucks.

The way these websites work is simple. You do tasks, they get money from the advertisers, and for a herculean amount of work, they pay you pennies on the dollar. There's a ton of rules, they've got all the caveats and loopholes they need to screw you out of your rewards at a moment's notice (like if you use refresher plugins or anything to make the work actually doable in any sane amount of time), and while it is indeed possible to get the rewards? It'll be so much work at the end of the day that you'll feel like you're in a Chinese sweat shop.

But if you have absolutely nothing to do with your day, go for it.
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