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post #21 of 895

Roboform

If you don't have Roboform yet, get it...there's a free version available or you can get a paid version with more features. I believe DealBarbiePays may have an offer for a paid version of Roboform.

Here's what Roboform can do for you:

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Roboform is a wonderful program which allows you to enter your personal information into it, and will then fill in all those zillions of webforms you encounter for you.

Here’s how to make filling out those offers an easy and almost non-time consuming process.

1. Download roboform

2. Fill out the information for which the “free survey” will ask: Name, phone number, address. (The quotations are because they’re actually advertisers, not because they’re actually going to charge you) Roboform also has fields for social security and credit card numbers, but those are completely optional. I leave them blank.

3. When you enter your free survey, simply click the button on your toolbar and roboform will fill in your information.

4. When you get to the fields where you have to click “no” a thousand times, just do click no on the first option and then press the left hand alt button and = at the same time. It will fill in the rest of the fields with the same answer (”no”) that you put in the first button.
http://www.moneydummy.net/?cat=15
post #22 of 895
i did fusioncash last month and got $40 in pp the other day. i just spent an hour or so doing it to see how it works.

i'm going to use that cash to get a visa gc to use.

if you use a visa gc, do you still have to cancel things that you want to cancel? or do they just charge the card and discover they can't?
post #23 of 895
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Originally Posted by Quirky
Absolutely not. The sites track your IP address, and you must always always always log in to the site from the same address. Having a shared/rotating IP address, such as in a dorm, will likely be problematic. GPT sites treat seeing several different IPs on the same account as fraud and will put your account on hold for it.
This is a bummer cuz I have more time at work than at home to do a few offers. But some times I can get a few offers in a home.
post #24 of 895
Well, I THINK that if you haven't registered at all at a site, you could register from work - as long as you only ever use it from work. But I would send a message to the site owner first just to make sure you clear it, i.e. "If I'm registered from home with this other site but want to do your site from work, is that OK?"

I think you can't be too careful when it comes to IPs.
post #25 of 895
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Originally Posted by octobersweethearts
So...what sites are you all working?

My favorites and the ones I do the most are:
Deal Barbie Pays
Instant Profitz

I have also completed offers on:
Don't Cost Anything
Flip6
Fusion Cash
Rock Hard Cash
Insta Cash Vault

Any others you all really like?
I have been meaning to check out Prizebook too.
Well, I started on August 1 with DBP for surveys. After I got comfortable with that site, I branched out to Treasure Trooper for paid trials. After I got comfortable with TT, I branched out to Fusion Cash and realized TT pays squat!

So then I started comparing offers on DBP, TT, and FC and pretty much gave up on TT. As I said, they take a bigger cut of the reward and they don't have a search engine for offers. I think they're referred so often because their referral percentage is so huge-20% I think! I'll cash out at the end of this month for $53 and probably not go back unless they have a killer offer.

Now I've found Instant Profitz and am lovin' me some of that! Almost all of my offers in the last week have been through them. Great reputation, high payouts, easy to track and use.

Of course, I'm such a dang skeptic that until I get paychecks in my hand late September, I'll be wondering...

If I quit now and cashed out, my payments for Sep would be
TT-$53 ($27 pending)
DBP-$144
FC-$53 (That's TWO offers and a $5 signup bonus!)
IPz-$58 ($78 pending)

Not too bad for only 1 1/2 hrs a day! (I can only concentrate on stuff involving my money when my dd's asleep )

I REALLY hope this works!
post #26 of 895
Oh, and anal me has made several spreadsheets to help me track stuff. If you have Excel and want any of these, let me know.

-Master trial tracker. This sheet is at the front of my book and keeps track of ALL of my offers that need to be cancelled. It includes cancel date, site offer completed on, offer name, card used, fee, return costs, reward, profit (reward-cost/return s&h), and whether or not the reward has cleared at the GPT site and the refund cleared on my credit card.

-Survey tracker. This goes behind each GPT site's divider and just keeps track of date, name, requirement (I also put other absolute freebies on this sheet-not just surveys), amount, and whether the offer cleared or was denied. Handy for seeing which surveys perform the best for you.

-Paid trials/offers tracker. This also goes behind each GPT site's divider. It's ridiculously complete. It has the date I signed up, company name, web address, and phone number, trial period, date to cancel by, fee, fee if not cancelled, reward, instructions to cancel, whether or not offer has cleared the GPT site, date cancelled, cancellation confirmation, email used, credit card used, terms and conditions printout confirmation. I told you it was alot!

-Running total sheet. Just to keep me optimistic. This also goes behind each GPT site's divider. It has the date, current balance in my account, # offers pending, denied, and accepted. It keeps me happy to see my balances right there!

So, : there you have it. When it comes to money, I'm maybe TOO careful!
post #27 of 895
I moderate the amity forum. If we have a referral thread for a particular site then a new one cannot be created and almost every site/program in existence already has it's own thread. We also don't officially do referral "chain" threads...where one person must use the previous poster's link to join and then post their own link for the next member. These types of threads almost always end up in a disaster. We allow everyone to post their link within the appropriate referral thread and anyone can pick and choose whose link they wish to sign up under.

Everyone is free to add their links in the threads already created within the subforum at amitys but doing a congo there isn't an option.

There aren't many sites that allow referral links. Amity's is an expection but there are rules you must follow.


I have a tutorial that I typed up regarding gpt programs which deals especially with making money doing trial offers. I have also typed up something which has been very helpful to those just wanting to focus on free offers. It includes all the little tips and tricks to help you make the most of the freebie offers and also to insure a high rate of offer approval. I will send these to anyone interested. Just pm me.

I'm not going to look through my book right not to get an exact total of earnings for the past 4 months. I'll just go my memory here so giving approximate numbers.

April - over $800 (spent less than $25)
May - over $1200 (spent approx. $120)
June - over $1300 (spent approx. $120)
July - over $1500 (originally over $2100 but lost a lot of referral earnings when an advertiser pulled their offer and reversed credits for July and August. I spent approx. $130)
August - not sure yet. Have not been as active since I'm trying to get us ready to start school again (we homeschool). I expect to make at least $800 (that's my monthly goal)

There are quite a few sites that I'm really enjoying and that are working well for me. The only sites I avoid are ordercash4free and fushioncash. I'm on the fence about dontcostanything though I'm leaning more towards a positive opinion of them. EDITED TO ADD ~ I have added flip6 to my list of sites to avoid. My personal experience with them has proven that their administration is dishonest and lacking of integrity.

A little about me...
My name is Sherrie. I live in Arkansas with my husband and 5 sons ... ages 17, 16, 8, 5 and 3. I'm 36 years old (in a week). I homeschool my 8 and 5 year old and I work from home doing gpt programs and I also have an online business handcrafting unique glass/wire candle & flower holders as well as natural children's toys. I'm working on finding someone to build my website and have been selling exclusively from an online gallery for the past 18+ months. (If anyone is interested in discussing the possibility of creating my website please contact me)


This should be a very fun thread and I look forward to participating.
post #28 of 895
interesting...... I'm definitely looking into it....
post #29 of 895
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Originally Posted by freespiritmom
The only sites I avoid are ordercash4free and fushioncash.
Why do you avoid fusion cash?
post #30 of 895
why I avoid fushioncash? Just personal opinion. I've communicated with quite a few who have not had a good experience there.. with offers, payments, & with customer support. There are a lot of gpt programs and I've narrowed my list down to those sites which I feel are the strongest and most reliable. Some people really like fushioncash. I don't trust it so I have no intentions of doing offers there. But we all seem to have our favorites.
post #31 of 895
Hi mommies, I'm Consue, a student mama of DD5 and DS19 months, I also started a few weeks ago to do a lot of offers mainly for IP. It's been good, but I wont know till I actually get paid (aprox. sept. 20.. )
Anyway .....What I'd like to ask someone who's experienced maybe Sherry or someone else if they think that registering the simon giftcard online is a wise thing to do or not....
I don't do freebies, mostly trials and I used the cards I buy at the mall, so what do you think is best???
good luck to all the mamas who are involved in this new venture...

consue
post #32 of 895
Hi Consue. Glad IPz is working well for you!

I use a Simon gift account for all my trial offers now. I purchase it online at simon.com (a gift account ..not a gift card). The fee is $2 plus what funds I add to the account. They send me, via email, a virtual credit card (visa) # that I can use anywhere online (arrives within 24 hours).

I didn't realize that registering your simon card online was optional. Everyone I know that uses the cards has registered them online before using.. so I would say that it's very safe.
post #33 of 895
nak

here and subbing.. wanna make it work although i'm not in the states
post #34 of 895
ooh, our own tribe, how cool!! Thanx for setting this up Dana!

I'm Robin, and Dana and Sherrie got me hooked a couple of weeks ago

I've been doing offers at DealBarbie, FusionCash (really like them for now, we'll see how payment goes), NoCostGifts and a teensy bit at InstantProfitz and TreasureTroopers. I'm finding htat I'm drawn to certain layouts on sites, which is one reason I really like FusionCash and not really liking IP (and I also have offers at IP that haven't cleared in almost 2 weeks). I'm up to about $175 total profit, but that's with only doing offers for less than a week (I've been crazy busy with other stuff so haven't had time to do much).

I have a question about offer rules. What is the deal with repeating offers on different sites?? Are there any that this is OK or you just never do it?? I'm not looking for a sneaky way to do it, I just want to make sure I don't do something stupid and get an account frozen, YK?

Oh, I thought of another question. I didn't realize I'd be getting so many phone calls. Do I have to return all those calls to get credit on the offers?? They've been for insurance, WAHM jobs, school information, etc. I just can't do phone calls, it's hard enough when I want to cancel a trial subscription and have to call customer service. I am an on-line/email person, can't I just get them to email me instead??
post #35 of 895
Hi everyone! The thread in WHAM well got me hooked, too. I have been doing Fusion Cash, IPZ, and InBoxDollars. So far, I like the layout of Fusion Cash the best, we'll see how they pay. I want to love DBP, but just can not get that site. I am going to try next month. Also, I have had two big offers not clear on IP too, Robin. And one was for a gas CC which I have gotten and used for over a week now. I need to contact them bout that!
post #36 of 895
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Originally Posted by stellimamo
I have a work and a home computer would I be able to do GPT stuff from both with the same account?
What I have done is chosen a couple of sites for home (DPB and FusionCash) and a couple for work (so far just IPZ). That way I can get some money rolling at both locales

DPB's customer service rocks. I signed up at my work computer and then it was promptly moved to another building. I sent an email explaining to the administrators what happened and that I would now be using my home computer for DPB; I was sent a very pleasant email thanking me for the notification and wishing me luck in my new venture.
post #37 of 895
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Originally Posted by rubelin
Oh, I thought of another question. I didn't realize I'd be getting so many phone calls. Do I have to return all those calls to get credit on the offers?? They've been for insurance, WAHM jobs, school information, etc. I just can't do phone calls, it's hard enough when I want to cancel a trial subscription and have to call customer service. I am an on-line/email person, can't I just get them to email me instead??
I set up one of those free online phone numbers, so have been getting no phone calls on my home phone. I don't even listen to the messages online, I just go in and clear out my message box periodically. I've received credit for all offers that involve phone calls, so you should be ok not taking their calls.
post #38 of 895
Thread Starter 
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I'm Robin, and Dana and Sherrie got me hooked a couple of weeks ago
This reminds me of a 12-Step Program :
"Hi, my name is Robin, and I'm addicted to GPT sites."
"Hi, Robin"

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registering the simon giftcard online is a wise thing to do or not
Yes, this is what I use for all my offers. The Gift Account - the virtual one.

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What is the deal with repeating offers on different sites?? Are there any that this is OK or you just never do it?? I'm not looking for a sneaky way to do it, I just want to make sure I don't do something stupid and get an account frozen, YK?
You MAY NOT do the same offer on different websites! This will get you banned. When I first started doing this, I signed up for a Stamps.com trial at OrderCash4Free. Well, I apparently forgot that I had done a Stamps.com trial THREE YEARS AGO and I still got banned from OC4F.

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I didn't realize I'd be getting so many phone calls. Do I have to return all those calls to get credit on the offers??
You don't have to answer phone calls to get credit for completing an offer. Get an online private phone number so you never have to answer these calls! www.privatephone.com

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it's hard enough when I want to cancel a trial subscription and have to call customer service. I am an on-line/email person, can't I just get them to email me instead??
Some trial offers do have online canceling. Look for trials that are for online services....FreeBidding, Online Auctioneers, Driving4Dollars, Crusing4Cash, PsychicRealm, etc.
post #39 of 895
i have 15 awaiting, 15 denied and 46 completed..... does that sound normal? i have been doing averything a nice mama has been telling me and stil have all those denied
post #40 of 895
Mamas, I need some input here.

I have seen multiple offers from bargain.com, bargain homes, and bargain autos. Does anyone know if you can sign up for ALL of these offers? Are the considered different offers, even though they seem to be the same parent company? I can't seem to find an answer to this. Also, I noticed as I was signing up for Pricestore.com that the URL was www.bargain.com as well.

Also, has anyone had trouble with the bargain.com offer not crediting? I did a trial early in the month (my first GPT offer, BTW!) and cancelled six days later (it was a 7 day trial). More than two weeks passed, no credit, so I inquired about it. The C/S rep replied back that they can't say it in the body of the offer, but bargain.com won't credit till the 8th day, so unless you stay on after the trail you don't get credit. Oh well, I am only out a buck, but wondered if that had happened to others (FWIW, I haven't done any of the other Bargain offers either, so I don't think that would be the cause). Just wondering if others had heard that.
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