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Mypoints - Good Money Making Site

Here I am going to give you a review of mypoints.com I found really pay and that could be beneficial to you.

If you ever tried to make money online, you've probably run into a scam somewhere along the line. I've come across a lot of websites that are just one really long page with lots of bold and colorful words, testimonials, and finish up with a hefty price tag for the "Secret".

I've never bough anything from any of the sites. This is mostly because when I first started seeing them I was too young for a credit card and didn't even bother. Now, when I see one I automatically think SCAM. Some may be scams and some may be legitimate, but I never trust them.

I've come across many envelope stuffing type offers like this. Just to be safe, don't try them. If you're going to buy an e-book about planting flowers, it might be okay, but envelope stuffing usually isn't. Always ask your parents for their help and opinion on these types of offers.

Another popular online money making topic has been paid to read email or click ads. Many years ago I signed up for some of these and only succeeded in trashing my email inbox with junk mail.

My favorite money making site is mypoints.com

MyPoints is not actually a "money-making" site, but a rewards site. This is how it works:

When you sign up, they will give you a certain amount of bonus points. After that, you have a chance to continue to collect points through several ways. The free way to collect points is to get emails. They will send you emails with offers. Whether or not you choose to fulfill the offer, they will give you 5 points for reading it.

The other free way is to fill out surveys. You will get 50 for qualifying and filling out the survey, and even if you don't qualify, you will get 10 points. You can usually get anywhere from 1 to 5 emails per day. It's not a lot of points, but over time it adds up.

Another free way is to sign up for the free offers. Sometimes you can sign up for survey sites for free or other things and get 50 to 250 points, still without spending a dime.

Another way to gain points is by spending money. You can go to their many merchants including Barnes and Noble, Target, J.C. Penny's, Apple itunes, and hundreds of other stores. You can get anywhere from 1 to 10 points for every dollar you spend.

This is a great way to gain points if you spend money on these types of things. Do you buy Barnes and Noble books every month? Get points for it! Have you wanted to try out Netflix for a while now? Get 1,000 points!

You also get more points by referring friends. If you have a lot of friends that could be interested, you have a potential to get a lot of free points.

What do you do with the points? You can cash them in for gift cards. About 1,400 points can get you a $10 gift card to several stores, 3,250 can get $25 and you can get a $50 or $100 for even more points.

The larger the prize, the fewer points you need. This is what I mean:

For a $10 Gap gift card, you will need 1,400 points. If you wanted a $50 gift card you will need 6,250 points. Let's say instead of cashing out for a $50 card, you cashed out for the $10 one 5 times. In order to do this, you would need a total of 7,000 points. By waiting a little longer to cash out at once, you will save 750 points. That's a great bonus.

You do have to be 18 or older to join, so if you aren't, ask you parent to join and if they aren't too interested, if you rack up the points, maybe they'll give you the gift card!

Check out their list of merchants and you are bound to find one you already purchase from. If your parents buy a lot, especially online, you can earn points from their purchases to if you order it all from the same account.

Try it out! Join MyPoints NOW!

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