ED Magedson – Founder
Reward ZoneInternet USA
Reward Zone - deflects CVS scam queries Internet Search "scam + CVS Pharmacy" - popup by Reward Zone - requires purchases Internet
I responded to an internet advertisement for a "Free $50 credit card" from CVS Pharmacy (I just made a purchase there) .. The button redirects to this RewardZone site requiring only providing them mailing data. In very fine print is the SUCKER part "free" after buying stuff:
Purchase Requirements. Incentives are split into two tiers: Tier 1 incentives with a value of $100 or less and Tier 2 incentives with a value more than $100. To qualify for a Tier 1 incentive you must complete 2 Silver, 2 Gold and 1 Platinum offer. To qualify for a Tier 2 incentive, you must complete 2 Silver, 2 Gold, and 6 Platinum offers. You must complete all offers within 30 days from when you complete your first offer. Completion of offers usually requires a purchase, subscription or filing a credit application and being accepted for a financial product such as a credit card or consumer loan. The following link illustrates a Representative Sample of current offers by group along with the initial commitment to complete the offer and ongoing obligations. U.S. residents 18 years or older only. Limit of one incentive issued by RewardZone USA, LLC per household per calendar year. For promotional items not currently available, item will be delivered upon completion of purchase requirements described above and when item is available. Failure to submit accurate registration information, complete the survey questions or comply with claim verification process will result in loss of eligibility. COMPLETING A SURVEY WITHOUT COMPLETING THE OFFERS SPECIFIED ABOVE DOES NOT QUALIFY YOU FOR AN INCENTIVE.
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