Thursday, March 1, 2012

Superpoints Review!

Ahh money! I love money! Don't you? Especially free money or that which I don't have to work hard for. With all the scams out there you can never be too sure what ones are actually legitimate. So I was pretty excited when I found out about Superpoints! A friend of mine invited me to try it out. She explained what it was all about but, of course, I was skeptical as always. But what did I have to lose? So I joined up. And it really is pretty great! I've cashed out $30 just in my first month. It is completely FREE to join and you can cancel at anytime.

So, below I'm going to answer some frequent questions that I've gotten from friends. If you have any others please comment below.

What is Superpoints?

It's a network of sites that allows you to win and earn points that can be redeemed for gift cards and merchandise. Superpoints is by invite only. So if you would like to join and give it a shot, you are welcome to use this link:

Am I eligible?

You must be a minimum of 18 years of age to join. Only one account per household is allowed. As far as I can see, Superpoints is only available in US, Canada and UK.

How does it work?

Once you join the site and respond to the registration email, you will need to fill out your profile. You can start earning points immediately by filling out easy surveys, watching videos, playing games and completing offers. You can win points from daily emails and clicking the Superlucky button each day. It's really that simple.

What's the catch?

There is no catch. You get what you earn. However, to get the most out of Superpoints, you need to invite friends to join. Every member is given a special referral link. You can copy and paste this link pretty well anywhere...Facebook, Twitter, Google+, for example. You can also email the link to your friends. When these friends join and do surveys or win on the Superlucky button, you win too. So that's points that you didn't even have to work for!

If you sign up two friends that puts you in Gold member status. Joining five friends puts you in Platinum status.

We already spend a ton of time online as it is, and networking sites like Facebook have allowed us to meet so many people! Why not put that to use. Invite those friends to join, it's a win-win situation for everyone.

Is this a get rich quick scheme?

Definitely not! You will not get rich using this website. But you will make extra pocket money to use for anything you want. You can have it deposited directly into your PayPal account or purchase Amazon gift cards. If you are patient, you can let them accumulate and redeem them for other great rewards. You can spend as little or as much time on the site as you wish. Personally I haven't spent more than 10 minutes a day there.

Is Superpoints legit?

Absolutely. It is completely FREE to join and you can cancel your account at anytime. I have already redeemed my points so far and have the $30 sitting in my PayPal account to prove it. I have friends that joined Superpoints and they, too, have redeemed points for cash and prizes.

How much is a point worth?

Every point is equivalent to 1 cent. So 500 points can be redeemed for $5 gift cards, for example.

So what kind of rewards do they offer? 

I uploaded some screenshots so you can see for yourself.

Please note:

Your account may be cancelled or disabled if you are inactive for 30 days or more. Also your points may expire if you do not use them in a 24 month period.

As like any other website, be careful what you download. All offers are from outside sources/sponsors of the website. Some may contain viruses or spyware. So make sure to have up to date anti-virus software installed. The safest offers to complete are the surveys. In saying that, the only issues I've had are with the game websites. I don't recommend many of those downloads or installs.

And that's it. If I've forgotten anything I'll add it when I remember :) If you have any questions or anything to add to this blog entry, feel free to comment here. Remember, Superpoints is by invite only so if you would like to join up, here's an invitation link:

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