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Complaint Review: Microsoft Bing Rewards
Microsoft Bing RewardsOne Microsoft Way Redmond, Washington USA
Microsoft Bing Rewards Bing Rewards is a Ripoff Redmond Washington
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Everyone be forewarned: If you are participating in Microsoft's Bing Rewards, cash in your credits as soon as you have enough or you will risk losing your credits.
Bing is BAD! I used it and accumulated 289 points but Microsoft Bing turned off Bing Rewards and I lost all 289 points.
I was saving the points for an Amazon gift card at 475 points. I logged on last night to do the searches and found out that Microsoft turned off Bing Rewards, effectively cancelling credits I accumulated thus far.
This happened once before. At that time, after 4-5 emails with Microsoft's Bing Rewards team, I gave up. Their people gave me the standard line, i.e. you should continue to do searches. Microsoft Bing did not recognize the credits I accumulated. So I tried Bing Rewards again. However, this time around, I will not be a fool again with Microsoft Bing. After Microsoft Bing turned off Bing Rewards and I lost all accumulated points thus far, I will not do it again. Microsoft Bing took advantage of us and wasted our time.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 07/09/2014 05:56 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Microsoft-Bing-Rewards/Redmond-Washington-98052/Microsoft-Bing-Rewards-Bing-Rewards-is-a-Ripoff-Redmond-Washington-1160861. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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