• Report: #1081104

Complaint Review: Insant Rewards

  • Submitted: Mon, September 02, 2013
  • Updated: Mon, September 02, 2013

  • Reported By: Eric — Charlotte North Carolina
Insant Rewards
Charlotte, North Carolina USA

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*UPDATE Employee: Seven day "test" run!

*UPDATE Employee: Instant Rewards is Legit

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Re: Weekend special - I hour of phone work - $50 Martin McCauslin (Charlotte)

Please watch out for this company and agent listed below they are involved in a bait and switch. 

The company is called instant rewards and they ask you to sign up for free or a dollar or two to earn credits but then the company that you sign up for the free trail charges you for the main service and then refuses to refund the money.

I signed up for 1 dollar for a free 7 days test run but then was charged 32.95 and when I caught them they refused to take it off and instant rewards refuse to reimburse as well.

It's a scam to get around saying there are no upfront fees they just hide the fact until they ripp you off. For me I was lucky I only sign up for 1 because they wanted me to sign up for.

The scammers name is Martin McCauslin and the company website http://instantmoneynetwork.com/homepage.php?user=instantreward100

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#1 UPDATE Employee

Seven day "test" run!

AUTHOR: Jeremy - ()

I have to ask what part of "trial offer" you didn't understand when signing up?

If you are negligent and do not cancel the trial prior to the trial period ending, then you are at fault, not the company.

These companies have a reasonable expectation that if you do not want to continue the offer after the trial period, that you are responsible enough to cancel. Since you failed to do that, I agree with them not refunding your money because you had ample time to cancel.

Instant Rewards is a good company with a good track record that does what it says. When you sign up for a number of "trials" you get a credit to start your affiliate program and they pay commission daily as advertised. They did nothing wrong


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#2 UPDATE Employee

Instant Rewards is Legit

AUTHOR: Neisha123 - ()

I have been with Instant Rewards for a little over a month now and have made a few hundred dollars.  Yes, you are required to complete the free trials of certain offers and yes, you can cancel the offer after the trial period has lapsed.

However, it is your obligation to thoroughly read through the terms and conditions and take note of the trial period.  With any trial offer (through Instant Rewards or not), if you continue the offer after the trial has ended, you will be charged. 

I have inadverntaly allowed a couple trial periods to lapse, however, I called the companies and they were more than willing to refund my money under those circumstances.

Instant Rewards is a legit way to earn supplemental income and I (as a sponsor) reimburse my referrals for the inital $1 that they pay in order to get started.  Again, Instant Rewards is legit and I have attached proof that they pay their referral agents ...and welll I might add

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