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post #41 of 378
You can do all the trials from the Bargain family also. Just my 1 cent.
post #42 of 378
Is this a website? If so please PM me with it :-)
post #43 of 378
Bargain is a company that offers trials at really good prices. They have Bargain Homes, Bargain Autos, Bargain Combo, you can do all of them.
post #44 of 378
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Originally Posted by freespiritmom View Post
Also.. when you do these types of sites... you can view the offers first. Also start with the 3rd page and work your way forward. The 3rd page always has the most difficult and most costly offers..
So do you sign up with your email and info, then see the offers? I couldn't figure out how to see them before I submitted my info......
post #45 of 378
I did one bargian network when I first started and it did not credit so I have not tried any others although tempted.
CONGRATS!!!!!!!!! Violet171, that is so cool that you won. I would like to win something one day.... I know it's coming. I think I don't spend enough time though, the kids keep me on my toes ( they are 3months and three years old)
about how many offers did you do?
post #46 of 378
Oh, and I also want to know does dbp send you a form for your taxes? I read in a post in the past when you make a certain amount that you have to submit a form, how do you know when? I don't want my earnings withheld because of this!
post #47 of 378
Just wondering if anyone else is having this issue:

I've done several trials, gotten credited on DBP and cancelled the trials in time-- only to have the company try to keep charging me, here and there.
ie: Zoeta-- cancelled 10/11 (they have record of this) and just last week they tried to charge my gift card $59.95 twice (there wasn't money in there, so it was declined)

and ofcourse there are the random $1 here and there from companies that have already charged me the $1 I agreed to.

So frustrating-- I'm glad I am using a gift card with a limit (I buy it and almost immediately I use it all up on offers) but now I feel like I REALLY need to keep an eye on it, especially if I have any money available on it.

I just spent the morning re-calling all the companies....

Anyone else?

--Vanessa
post #48 of 378
Vanessa,

Did you call the companies in question? If you are no longer a member of something, they shouldn't be trying to charge you.


Candace
post #49 of 378
Thread Starter 
Vanessa ~ Yes it happens. Best to *always* use a prepaid to avoid being wrongly charged.

Joanna ~ There are $1000 offers that require very little investment.. as little as $40-$50 which is excellent.

Lovelymum ~ Have you been using the same email on all of your surveys? You need to be alternating emails on your freebie offers. Don't use the same email address on one win survey for example...and then use it on another win survey. Get a gmail account. Use that email address to do one win survey and then on the next win survey use the same address but add a period between the first two letters. Then on the next win survey add a period between the next two letters and so on. Then start over using two periods in the email address. Make as many variations of that email using periods as you can.. Then use the exact same variations on another type of freebie offer that isn't in the same family (Win surveys, Consumer Promotion, Survey Direct are all in the same family). You can use the same gmail address on many freebies before having to retire it and replace with a new one. If you don't understand please pm me.

And once you reach $600 on any gpt site (some require it at $400) you must send in a w9 form. Any earnings over $600 must be reported to the IRS. GPT earnings is considered "misc" and you will need to attach a misc form 1099 to whatever tax form you normally fill out. If you have specific questions about how this will effect your filing status contact the IRS. They have always been very helpful to me.

Emily ~ I love TT's site but their freebies pay far less than other sites. I started off there too and then moved on to other sites. If interested contact me and I'll give you some links to sites that have excellent freebie offers that pay very well. I earned over $60 in 2 hours on one site just doing freebies recently.

Tawny ~ I think I deleted an email you sent to me before replying to it. I remember reading it and then having to get offline. When I went back to reply to it I couldn't find it. I'm sorry. Please send it again if you want. To answer your questions here... IPz does not keep up with your offers. Once they approve they will move to your "completed" list and the offer will disappear from the offers list. Yes, IPz can be overwhelming due to the high number of offers they have but it's a good site and I've had good luck there with freebies. As far as keeping up with freebie offers ~ I don't. I keep good records of all trials but have chosen not to burden myself with all the freebies that I do. I make an effort to never repeat ones which I think I've completed but that's about it. If it worries you then perhaps keep a notebook with a column for each freebie type. (Win Survey, Consumer Promotion etc etc). When you complete an offer then jot the title down in the appropriate column. Just a thought.

Dani ~ To see the offers you will have to submit your info. This can be good and it can be bad. With Nui Tech there is no time limit on completing your offers for the reward and once you sign up on one of their sites you are locked into those requirements. So if you find a $1000 site through Nui Tech that rewards $1000 for 10 offers and you join... you will only need to complete 10 offers even if a week later they decide to increase the offer # to 14. This is called "parking" a diy offer. This is not the case with other networks. With Ideal... you have 60 days to complete the site once you sign up. I no longer recommend this diy network... at least not until I get paid for the 2 sites I recently did for them. Their customer service is nonexistent. Nui Tech is by far the best diy network around. ... To see the offers on these sites fill out your personal info and then click on "status" on the bottom of the page. You should be sent to a page that also has links to the 3 pages of offers so you can view them.
post #50 of 378
Sherrie, do you know of a Nui Tech $1000 offer that's available now? I might be up to doing one of these in a few weeks.
post #51 of 378
Thread Starter 
pm'ing you. they don't like their links posted on message boards.
post #52 of 378
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Originally Posted by rockhardcash View Post
Vanessa,

Did you call the companies in question? If you are no longer a member of something, they shouldn't be trying to charge you.


Candace
ofcourse they can't charge me, but they'd like to
and I sure did call! they said they'd take care of it. well we'll see if that really happens!
post #53 of 378
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Originally Posted by eclipse View Post
Sherrie, do you know of a Nui Tech $1000 offer that's available now? I might be up to doing one of these in a few weeks.
I'm also curious about these sites, Sherri. I'd appreciate any info on an offer you may find worth doing.

Thanks!
post #54 of 378
I have $2 left on my cc. Any good trials out there that are $1 and won't do a hold?
post #55 of 378
Thanks for the congrats on my contest win! I am still so amazed that I did it!!! It's a lot easier for new members to win these contest actually - because there are so many available offers you haven't completed. I think I did about...80 to 90 offers total? Something like that, in 20 days. So it was a bit intense, but truly it was fun!

Yes, I have noticed that some of these companies will try to charge even if you have decided to cancel a trial. I have learned the hard way to always use a simon card for just that reason.
post #56 of 378
Song of Joy, Psychics for free didn't put a hold on my card, and I don't think Auto Vantage or Great Fun did either.
post #57 of 378
So, Im really loving the Scholastic trials... what's better then free books and free return shipping!... I do really like this company.
post #58 of 378
Which sites offer the Scholastic trials? I'm not seeing them.
post #59 of 378
I got a check from Fusioncash today!! Wheeeee!
post #60 of 378
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Originally Posted by phathui5 View Post
Which sites offer the Scholastic trials? I'm not seeing them.
Most sites have them, just do a search for them on whatever site you use. I just did the Dr. Seuss trial, and got to keep like 6 books and a cute backpack! Very cool!
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