• Report: #145507

Complaint Review: My Premium Rewards.com

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  • Submitted: Wed, June 08, 2005
  • Updated: Mon, October 01, 2012

  • Reported By:Salt Lake City Utah
My Premium Rewards.com
MyPremiumRewards.com Internet U.S.A.

My Premium Rewards.com Misleading offers and fraudulant activity Ripoff Internet

*Consumer Comment: It Does Work But You Have to Be Smart

*Consumer Comment: Read the TOC!!!

*Consumer Comment: Read the TOC!!!

*Consumer Comment: Read the TOC!!!

*Consumer Comment: Strange Affirmation Indeed.....

*UPDATE Employee: I am an Employee of My Premium Rewards

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They promise you a free prize of some sorts, such as a new TV. Then they make you keep filling out offers and want you to spend all your money on their offers. So where is the free TV? NOWHERE!!!

The offers they want you to complete never end! They constantly re-direct you to new pages where you must of course fill out more offers.

After I had completed several offers I went to check the status of my gift and what do you know, their system had NOT given me credit for ANY of the offers I completed!!

MyPremiumRewards.com is a totall, undeniable SCAM!!!

Kyle
Salt Lake City, Utah
U.S.A.

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#1 Consumer Comment

It Does Work But You Have to Be Smart

AUTHOR: T. Kisamore - (United States of America)

I have used MyPremiumRewards twice and received what I wanted both times.  One was a Jeep Dog Walker and one was a Panasonic 42" HDTV (which is in my living room right now).



What you HAVE to do is keep detailed records of everything you do to qualify so that when they ask for proof of your activities, you can provide them the information.  I did this, and they did ask for it, several times.  Finally, an eighteen-wheeler truck pulled up in front of my house one day to deliver my HDTV free of charge.



Of course, I did spend over $300 on trial products, some of which I still use today.  But my HDTV did come to me FREE otherwise.  I sold the Jeep Dog Walker for $200.
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#2 Consumer Comment

Read the TOC!!!

AUTHOR: John - (U.S.A.)

I have had nothing but success with this company. This is a site run by a mother comapny called NuiTech. They are considered one of the top freebie do it yourself sites(DIY) in the industry.

It is very important to read the TOC in any agreement you enter. Premium rewards offers both a TOC and Program Reqs. link on the first page which explains exactly how to get your free gift.

I will assume you just jumped right in and did some of the survey page offers without reading the rules. If you click on program reguirements it will explain that you should complete a certain number of offers per page of offers. There are three pages on most all of their sites with reguirements to complete anywhere from 2 to 10 offers on whatever page you are looking at.

This really is for real and I suggest you start over and take the loss. Whatever it was 10 or 20 dollars. You will more than make up for it in free gifts.

I have personally received a free ipod nano and a 42inch plasma edtv.
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#3 Consumer Comment

Read the TOC!!!

AUTHOR: John - (U.S.A.)

I have had nothing but success with this company. This is a site run by a mother comapny called NuiTech. They are considered one of the top freebie do it yourself sites(DIY) in the industry.

It is very important to read the TOC in any agreement you enter. Premium rewards offers both a TOC and Program Reqs. link on the first page which explains exactly how to get your free gift.

I will assume you just jumped right in and did some of the survey page offers without reading the rules. If you click on program reguirements it will explain that you should complete a certain number of offers per page of offers. There are three pages on most all of their sites with reguirements to complete anywhere from 2 to 10 offers on whatever page you are looking at.

This really is for real and I suggest you start over and take the loss. Whatever it was 10 or 20 dollars. You will more than make up for it in free gifts.

I have personally received a free ipod nano and a 42inch plasma edtv.
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#4 Consumer Comment

Read the TOC!!!

AUTHOR: John - (U.S.A.)

I have had nothing but success with this company. This is a site run by a mother comapny called NuiTech. They are considered one of the top freebie do it yourself sites(DIY) in the industry.

It is very important to read the TOC in any agreement you enter. Premium rewards offers both a TOC and Program Reqs. link on the first page which explains exactly how to get your free gift.

I will assume you just jumped right in and did some of the survey page offers without reading the rules. If you click on program reguirements it will explain that you should complete a certain number of offers per page of offers. There are three pages on most all of their sites with reguirements to complete anywhere from 2 to 10 offers on whatever page you are looking at.

This really is for real and I suggest you start over and take the loss. Whatever it was 10 or 20 dollars. You will more than make up for it in free gifts.

I have personally received a free ipod nano and a 42inch plasma edtv.
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#5 Consumer Comment

Strange Affirmation Indeed.....

AUTHOR: Juliet - (U.S.A.)

Okay - which is it, "Holy" or "Sara"? I have NEVER heard of the name "Holy" before (just an aside...).

Anyway - if you are so doggone customer oriented, how come you don't have a TOLL-FREE number?
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#6 UPDATE Employee

I am an Employee of My Premium Rewards

AUTHOR: Sara - (U.S.A.)

Dear Kyle,

I have read your claim regarding My Premium Rewards. Being an employee of My Premium Rewards, I would like to take this opportunity to assure you we are legitimate. It is my understanding that you completed offers but did
not see them show up when you checked your status. Please note that the companies in which we do business have up to 8 weeks to notify us when someone completes their offer. We update your status as soon as we are aware of the offer being completed.

Customer Service is very important to us here at MyPremiumRewards.com. Should you have any more questions, please call our live customer service
number at 561-674-9700 and we will be happy to assist you.

Thank you for your business.

Kind regards,

Holy
My Premium Rewards
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