For me that rather depends again on what personal information they require. Many require my phone number as a mandatory field which again I will not give out as you never know who an 'affiliated company' is.
If it is a survey which requires no more information than they could get off the electoral role then I am happy with that.
Forget the credit card offers for me too. I prefer small and simple registration ones. The rest are far too complicated. I especially hate the surveys say 10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,99,99,99,99,99,99,99,99,99% complete offers where it tricks you into doing 'just one more page'. That is VERY annoying and off putting, you will never do it more than once and is just deceptive.
Also, offers need to be upfront about whether charges will eventually be there. Doing a survey and then finding out after spending 20 minutes that 'hey, you need to pay' is really REALLY annoying.
We totally agree that some of the offers that send you down the "co-registration" path can be very tedious. Our goal is to make you happy. That is why we tell you up front what is required of the offer. Despite the requirements, there may be additional pages on the various offers. This is strictly at the discretion of the advertiser.
Any offer that requires you to submit a credit card to purchase something or your mobile phone number to subscribe to a monthly service will be stated on the first page or two (if it isn't in the description).
Our main focus is on high converting offers that require no payment from you. In some countries, those offers are bit tougher to find...so we do the best we can.
Please keep up the comments ... we are very interested in hearing from you and getting your feedback.
I've tried several of the surveys, and as soon as I hit the end, and the Loop of Click Offers kicks in, I end up closing the window. I took the survey, declined whatever the offer was that I knew would be tied to it.. but there's sixteen more pages to click through (I stopped counting and closed after that) before I can claim my reward.
So long as they don't require my credit card or phone number.. I'll try it out. And even if they do.. the police station here in town is gonna get a lot of spam phone calls. Under no circumstance will I ever EVER buy anything from these surveys, questionnaires. May as well just pull them from the list.
This bit of information applies to all of the freebie offers and should help everyone ... the reward of credits and the prize for successfully completely the offer are 2 totally different things.
Each offer has fine print detailing what is required to ensure you win a 4G iPhone or a New Dell Computer (or whatever). That is the part of the offer that the advertiser is providing to you.
The part that we (Blvd Media and SW Combine) provide are the CPs. In the offer description (on the rewardTool) it tells you what is needed to earn those credits.
If you only want those credits...fill out the information fields correctly and you should convert offer. If you want the actual prize that the advertiser is offering...read the fine print carefully and follow it to the end.
I'm from Romania and so far I had only one offer, to download a toolbar.
Can we please have more program/toolbars download offers and surveys?
Any freebie offers are more than welcome.
Edited By: Scott Hall on Year 11 Day 199 2:33 ____________
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