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According to their website, SwagBucks.com is a “loyalty program” where you can earn prizes for doing the same stuff you do online everyday.  

Shopping, watching videos, searching for products, playing games; all of these things and more can earn you prizes with the Swagbucks system.

How Does Swagbucks Work?

It may be confusing to understand why a company would pay you to just do “anything” online. But companies understand that the average American actually spends quite a lot of time on the internet, and that what people do online says a lot about their interests, habits, likes and dislikes.

If companies know what kinds of games people play or what kinds of products and advertisements catch their attention, it goes a very long way towards helping companies understand how to better reach their target market.  Companies all over are discussing the benefits of understanding exactly how and why we do the things we do online.

So, Swagbucks will give you prizes in exchange for “doing what you already do online” because they are taking that information and providing it to others, who will use it to change and influence the way they do business online in the future.

What Is a “Swagbuck”?

Swagbucks, unlike other pay to search sites, does not compensate their members with money.  Instead, they give them various amounts of points, called Swagbucks, for the tasks and activities they do online.  At any point in time after you have begun collecting these Swagbucks, you can go to the Swag Store and exchange them for items.

One of the issues with Swagbucks is that they do not maintain a set rate of pay for activities.  The pay changes as certain demands for information changes.  However, keep in mind that you are still simply getting paid for activities you would be doing regardless, so though it may be frustrating, it’s still not a bad deal.

You also have the option of turning your Swagbucks into cash, but customers report that you get less bang for your Swagbuck when you make this choice.  It takes more Swagbucks to get cash paid directly into a PayPal account then it does to simply redeem them for a gift card of the exact same value.  This goes back to Swagbucks’ partnership with various companies, but luckily for their members these partners tend to be large vendors like Amazon.com and Wal-Mart, places where you are likely to spend your money anyway.

Tips for Earning with Swagbucks

  1. Take advantage of the referral system.  When you refer someone, Swagbucks will reward you with matched earnings up to 1,000 points.  The more people you refer, the easier and faster you’ll rack up Swagbucks.
  2. When you use the Swagbucks search, be normal.  Swagbucks is recording your searches, and if you are continuously entering gibberish like “aldkjfa;ldkj” and hitting the search button, you won’t be a member for long.
  3. Take advantage of the Swagbucks “extras.” Once a day, they’ll have special offers for you to look at that will take a couple seconds. Or submit poll ideas.  If yours is chosen, you earn more.
  4. Use their toolbar, and better yet, use Swagbucks.  For everything.  The whole point of the system is that they want to know what you are doing online.  The more you use it, the more they benefit, and the more you will earn.

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Average Rating for " Swag Bucks " is 3.04 out of 5 based on 109 reviews.

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    MYKIDSARETHEBEST says:

    April 18th, 2014 at 2:14 am

    SWAGBUCKS IS AN AWESOME WAY TO EARN VALUABLE PRIZES, JUST BY BEING YOUR NOMAL SELF ON THE INTERNET, SHOPPING, GIVING OPINIONS ,WATCHING T.V./VIDEOS,TRYING OUT PRODUCTS (FOR free) MAN THIS IS BETTER THAN SAVING MONEY WITH COUPONS, OH YEAH BY THE WAY YOU COULD DO THAT TOO, CLIP COUPONS AND EARN PRIZES DOING IT, WHERE CAN YOU GET ANYTHING BETTER THAN THAT. THIS IS FUN, INFORMATIVE AND IT HELP ME A LOT FINANCIALLY THANKS SWAGBUCKS!!!!!!!!!

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  • Joel says:

    April 4th, 2014 at 4:28 pm

    I have been using Swag bucks for 3 months now and I love it. It is a great way to earn money. I was turning my swag points in for amazon gift cards but I recently switched to pay pal gift cards. I think this is much better because pay pal can be used everywhere even amazon plus if I want I can always just deposit the money right into my bank account. As I said I love swagbucks and if anyone wants to try it and become a swaggernut you can use my link swagbucks.com/refer/randaltor

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    james says:

    April 4th, 2014 at 2:01 am

    well i have been reading the first page of comments the only good reviews seem to come from company bots cause they are all the exact same they all say i have been using for x amount of time i got xhundreds of dollars i had no problems blah blah blah but in reality the site is both a scam and a useable site i have not been decativated yet but i notice its really hard to earn any points i meet my daily goal about 1% of the time lots of things never give the credits for the activities so i dont care entering intop sweep stakes is a waste of time as they dont tell you if you lost or won or any thing they just take your points and bam no response whats so ever the worst thing about swagbucks is that every time you open a link or try to do any thing through their search bar you get adds that lead to nothing but viruses and if you dont close the adds with in five minutes you could have 100 million pops and each one is a viruse the only “safe” way to nget the points is through the daily poll and through searching the internet downloading the tool bar causes more pop ups and more viruses if you must use the tool bar make sure you have a way to permently block sites then every time an unwanted pop up shows up make that site blocked or you will have a billion viruses with in seconds also this site does eventually pay out prizes but it takes so long that its not really worth it and unlike whent hey first started all you can get is giftcards and some are ok but not all are wanted when they first started they had this amzingly list of acutaul things you coud buy like you sould spend 2000 swagbuck to get a computer or spend some sb to get a tv or other elctronics or you could get a fre diner at a resturant or get free vactaions it had cool stuff but not anhy more now its you can get a walmart gift card an itunes gift card an amazon gift card or a few other cpmpanies which are super useful if you get anything above 25 dollar gift cards cause the places that offer gift cards dont really have anything useful for under 25-50 dollars worth of gift cards so they become useless points totally not worth the super pop ups and viruses

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    John says:

    April 3rd, 2014 at 9:59 am

    Swagbucks is definitely a SCAM!!! They let the users work form them, waste time on them, then deactivates account so they never have to pay the rewards that users deserve.

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  • Ginger says:

    March 27th, 2014 at 10:32 am

    Swagbucks is legitimate BUT it scams the hell out of everyone. I would not recommend it to any friend. Their toolbar gave me the worst virus I have ever seen. It took 4 days to get rid of it. And, at best, it is laden with unbelievable amounts of spam. I get about three warnings a day from my anti-virus program to not go into the websites of some of the offers. It is a RARE survey that pays without a problem! For others, if you get a screenshot AND submit a case you MAY get your credit. In the meantime you’ve lost those credits that would have helped make your daily goal which earns you extra credit for the day. IF they eventually pay you the credits do not count for the day they pay either. They used to pay 10% of your daily goal extra if you met it. Now they pay a random amount from 9%-12%. Care to guess which amount occurs most often? They have a few offers that can run automatically. One for 6 Swagbucks..6 cents..shows 20 ads. Often it will get to #18 or #19 and say you are going too fast…IT IS AUTOMATIC, you don’t touch it. So you’ve spent 20 minutes and get cheated out of 6 cents!!! Here’s the real kicker. They have stopped showing what you can earn on one page of offers. You could watch those 20 ads now and get paid 6 cents or 1 cent OR get a message saying “Did you enjoy learning all you did?” and not get a cent. Also, some (MOST) offers pay 1 cent and some you can do multiple times. However, every now and then you don’t get your 1 cent credit. Even if you wanted to try to pursue getting those 1 cent credits there is no way to prove it. And there are the SPECIAL days… Days when you can….. earn ….MORE!!! You start that day with your daily goal one third higher and every way to earn credits pays way less. Also, You get extra credits if you’ve made your daily goal every day for the month. Care to guess which day it is next to impossible to earn your daily goal? And,attempting to get the credits you’ve earned by making a claim has a maze of rules as far as when and how and who to submit to. To sum up, I get paid for about 10 % of what I have earned. I spend the entire day doing it. It averages out to about $20 a month. I’m a shut-in and that $20 buys groceries with the Walmart card. This site would be a blessing if it even paid 50% of what a person earns !!!! If I was physically able to do anything else I’d be gone in a heartbeat!

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  • Nana2One says:

    March 18th, 2014 at 7:52 pm

    I have been with Swagbucks for a number of years-used it a lot at first then got busy and just used every once in a blue moon.
    Have started back using it daily and it has improved a lot from the beginning.
    Now please don’t tell me I will get the boot-I have become addicted to SBTV app. Just love the recipes and movie trailers.

    Used to cash out for PayPal, now just get Walmart gift cards.

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    Roy says:

    March 12th, 2014 at 5:54 am

    I just had my account deactivated after 4 days because I was very active. Maybe they saw I was going to cost them and didn’t want to pay. What a joke. I now realize it was going to take a long time to earn anything there anyways.

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    Sandra says:

    February 24th, 2014 at 11:18 am

    Not a scam folks! I’ve been with them for several years and have made 100′s of dollars in Amazon gift cards simply by watching swagbucks tv (there is even an app for it now!). Sure, occasionally I’ll attempt a survey or a special offer and won’t get credit, but customer services makes it right 99% of the time! I don’t understand why everyone isn’t doing Swagbucks!! It pays for our kiddos Christmas presents!

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    Ather says:

    February 13th, 2014 at 1:41 pm

    Swagbucks is legit. I got $50 in Amazon Gift Codes, and $100 in Itunes Gift Codes. Can’t get more legit than that. But not their surveys. Sign up for Swagbucks. Avoid their surveys. I’m out 494 Swagbucks points, or SBs as they’re called, from 5 surveys in Jan, and 1 in Feb. Non were credited. Now, I find out the survey company (companies?) have no record of my completing any of them. Despite each completed survey giving me a success completion screen. These survey places are the true scam. Getting answers for free, then denying the survey was completed. And they don’t compensate noncompleted surveys. How convenient.

    So, Swagbucks is legit. No scam here. Swagbuck surveys are a scam. Don’t waste your time singing up for them. They no longer give you SB’s as promised (in 2013 they did). The rest of the site is A-OK.

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    Di says:
    February 14th, 2014 at 11:51 am

    U have the same problem with their surveys, then when you contact, you are passed from site to site without result!

  • Paul says:

    February 9th, 2014 at 8:43 am

    Swagbucks isn’t a scam- I think a lot of people think they can get rich and when they find out they make .01 for watching a video, or $1.00 for taking a survey its like cold water thrown on the face. I belong to about 50 sites like swagbucks..,I get paid for everything from doing surveys, watching videos, clicking on adds, even listening to the radio, searching the internet. Bing/Microsoft pays you to search the internet. If you want to make decent money at it? you have to take advantage of it all and then it slowly adds up..

    I started it as a joke and I have it up to about $750-1000 a month.. im also at my computer about 15 hours a day sadly.. but I plan on leaving the east coast so this money goes a lot further.. I wont get rich but the work couldn’t be easier.. THe only scam is- are you willing to work for $2.00 an hour? Of course in all fairness- you don’t have to dress up for work, don’t have to commute, don’t have to buy a car or have insurance.. theres a lot of ways to look at it..

    Paul

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    Nana2One says:
    March 18th, 2014 at 7:40 pm

    Would you mind sharing info on the other sites you belong to

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    Swag Reviewer says:

    February 3rd, 2014 at 12:50 pm

    Legit. Been using on and off for several years and have gotten around $500 in amazon credit. Never had any issues other than not always getting credit if I’ve done the shop feature. Could have been my fault though.

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    Elizabeth says:

    January 29th, 2014 at 10:24 pm

    Wow. I am surprised to see so many negative reviews here. I’ve been using swagbucks for just shy of a year and have been pleased and quite successful. I usually earn $50-$70/month. As with any sites I’ve tried for earning money, I cash out points as soon as I am able so I do not risk losing my money. But my swagbucks experiences have been consistently positive.

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    Chris S says:

    January 15th, 2014 at 10:27 pm

    I am new to Swagbucks and received an email from them saying sign up for Bing Rewards and get 100 SBs. The usual is 25 SBs, but I did not receive either the 25 or the 100 and there is no way to complain about it or even figure out what happened (or didn’t happen). In order to interface with their “customer service” your problem has to fit within one of their categories and my issue did not fit. The closest that I came was the problem titled “I completed an offer and haven’t received credit, what can I do?”. In that category they require you to “send the confirmation email you received when the offer was completed”. There was no confirmation, so I could go no further in the customer support action. That is very poor customer service.

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    john says:
    January 27th, 2014 at 10:44 am

    go to sbcodez.com in the chat box someone might help you

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    mfcdh says:

    December 22nd, 2013 at 2:28 pm

    While there are sometimes people who get deactivated, I have seen most of these complaints resolved. I have been using Swagbucks for over a year now and it has helped me tremendously with paying for all kinds of things, including ALL of Christmas! It is not hard to earn extra money with your extra time.

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    Carlos says:

    December 17th, 2013 at 6:59 pm

    I have joined those people who have been deactivated without any warning after accumulating over $3200 points by responding to offers, web searches and watching videos. They offered no explanation as to how I abused their services when they’re the ones who motivate you to reach or exceed your daily goal. We should not let this company arbitrarily penalize people who are encouraged to play the game. It’s about time to get a class action lawsuit going. After 2 emails back they stopped communicating and said that my case is close.

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    Barbecue Girl says:
    December 22nd, 2013 at 2:14 pm

    $3,200? or 3,200 Swagbucks which equals about $32?

    Usually people are deactivated if they’ve done something breaking the rules or if there is a question about the member playing by the rules. They particularly pay attention to SBTV because there are computer programs which allow users to easily cheat. If a user has one of those programs, it can cost them $30/mo cash to you as a user (100 SB/day maximum x 30 days) plus an advertiser who probably pays for each time their ad is viewed. If the advertiser (Warner Brothers or McDonalds or Charmin or whoever) thinks that a bunch of the people who they’re paying for aren’t watching, then SB loses a lot of revenue.

    What I have seen more often is that if one of the companies that supplies surveys to SB (either on the Special Offers walls or in Trusted Surveys) believes that a particular user is providing false information (like inconsistent demographics maybe) then that particular survey company will turn “off” their offers to you. Not the entire SB website, just that one place where your integrity is in question.

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    kyla fedorowich says:

    November 29th, 2013 at 1:26 am

    i love swagbucks, i have all of my friends joining. earning points for things i am already doing online and being paid to play games instead of paying to play games…doesnt get much better, and the rewards store is full of stuff i actually want.

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    ANGRY says:

    November 15th, 2013 at 5:47 pm

    I’ve been using Swagbucks for over a year now. Being with them for that long I think scam? No not at all. That is until today. I tried logging into my account to my dismay learned they deactivated it. I tried logging in a second time. Same thing. Oh I’m sooooo mad. I was saving up my points. The only reason I could think why they deactivated my account is because I accumulated 2000 points in a short period of time. Legitimately might I add. No cheating on my part. The thing I dislike about these sites is that if you start to make cash and learn to ‘work’ the site well they don’t like it. Please avoid this site like the plague. Or cash out litte by litte. Don’t try to let your points add up like I did. God they have me angry. I spent hours a day to earn my points. Hours and losing sleep for it to all go down the drain. It’s heartbreaking and frustrating. I trusted them. Of all my GPT sites they were the only ones that actually delivered. Selfish bastards. You start making good money and they cut you.

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    markrushet says:
    December 7th, 2013 at 10:10 am

    im wondering if u had contacted compliance at swagbucks dot com and if u had heard anything back or received an email as to why this occured. im not sure what a short period of time means exactely but i know some people accumulate many hundreds of points in a 24 hour period of time albeit some do it by spending money shopping but i dont believe all that keep this level of higher earning in a day are spending any money there.

    sometimes a verification of email or phone number or some such is needed. i dont know what happened buta deactivation does not necessarily mean that a person cant get thier account reactivated.

    if u dont hear back at eamil they have a facebook wall as well.

    amethyst says:
    November 25th, 2013 at 6:03 pm

    Ouch! That sucks! Totally. That is, if you have been playing within the SB rules.
    I’ve been using SB for 3-4 yrs. and have had only minor problems.
    I’ve earned lots of SB’s, which I immediately turn into Amazon gift cards. Currently I have almost $700 in gc’s. after having made several purchases.

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    Jerokiah Darr says:

    November 10th, 2013 at 8:13 pm

    I have been using SwagBucks for a few months and received my first $25 payout to PayPal within the first month. It took a little time to credit, but it was there.

    Integrity is important. If you complete the surveys, be honest and put your information in the fields. If you don’t want to fill out your details, don’t; that is what they are paying you for.

    Keep in mind, you are not paying to use this website, but you are trading time and information for the rewards. I recommend SwagBucks to anyone looking to earn a little extra in exchange for a little time. Play the games, watch the shows, fill out a couple surveys and searches. The rewards add up pretty quick.

    The toolbar however can be deactivated via your browser settings if it interferes with other websites loading. Just remember to reactivate it for the free reward points.

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    Angel says:

    November 6th, 2013 at 12:54 pm

    It’s a good site. I’ve been using it for about 3 weeks and earned a amazon $5 gift card. You should try it out if you have time. Also, try to set a goal for your self.

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    Raider says:

    November 4th, 2013 at 7:06 pm

    To each their own… I know i for one love the site, i’ve made a lot of moneys off of that site. and i’m almost done with x-mas shopping because of them. On another note i feel you guys who have had accounts deactivated, as i too have been wronged, me by bing… they’d deactivate my account right when i made enough money to purchase an amazon gift card, then i’d open another and i did that for like a 8 accounts but always as soon as i got enough for a gift card and submitted my info for it they’d shut it down. I haven’t had any sorts of problems with SwagBucks, love the site, i use it for everything, but as soon as what happens to you happens to me i’ll be right their with y’all saying “evil! evil! site.”

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    NotAFan says:

    November 3rd, 2013 at 3:13 pm

    One of these sites that tries to limit the number of points you can get after you reach $5 (overall). Really not a fan of their policies. It’s like they try to think up new ways to hose their members each and every day. The “timing out” of getting the 3 points for watching SBTV is particularly amazingly annoying, along with having to put in the captcha each and every time. Talk about a disincentive to use the site!

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    Dallas_Sparkles says:
    December 22nd, 2013 at 12:26 pm

    They “try to limit the number of points you can get after you reach $5 overall”? Maybe you’re confusing SB with another site? I consistently read on their FB page (with over 1.6 million Likes) about people earning $25, $50 and $100 gift cards. I have earned (5) $50 gift cards and (6) $25 gift cards.

    I’m no pro at this either. I have a full time job and family. There are people who do a lot more than I do.

    Personally, I never use SBTV because I think it takes up too much of my time to watch the meter and click to move ahead to the next one. I think that there are other offers that take less of my attention and earn more Swag Bucks faster, but it’s just how I use the site.

    You might consider using the SBTV mobile app. Depending on how well the app is running (it was being re-done for a few months for androids, but worked fine in iOS, Kindles, etc…) it can run by itself sometimes so you don’t have to click at all, or maybe one click every 45 minutes or so. Some people even let it run overnight. Other times it requires more clicks, but compared to SBTV, you earn more SB per video “watched” even if you have to click multiple times.

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    TMRAIDER says:

    October 30th, 2013 at 7:24 am

    I think this was a cool way to make a $5.00 gift cards just for searching the net, and coupons. I mean anything really more would be just unrealistic. But, for free a free Starbucks, Target, Amazon gift cards it’s great. Try it swagbucks.com/refer/TMRAIDER

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    PHYL says:

    October 19th, 2013 at 2:46 pm

    Why do they even offer SBTV if they deactivate your account for watching it??? They wait to deactivate your account AFTER you have accumulated a bunch of points. NO WARNING what so ever! If you start getting “CAPTCHA”s (a 3 letter code to get your points) you better beware!!! You will probably be deactivated soon! They need to be reported to the Better Business Bureau by more people so they straighten up.

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    Steven says:
    October 26th, 2013 at 3:22 am

    Agreed! I had to put in captcha for a long time. I think that right there proves you are human. Sometimes I would let the video run in the back though and forget about the captcha was annoying. After long days of watching videos almost going over my bandwith. So I almost lost money doing this. I’m posting my message on every website I find out their. Like I’m furious. I’ve been at instagc meanwhile cashing out instant gift cards, after using that site I knew swagbucks was a scam.

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    Ashley says:

    October 11th, 2013 at 9:26 pm

    I’ve been a member of swagbucks for several years, and never had a problem until lately. I’ve earned hundreds of dollars using the site, and always sung its praises. But the past few months it’s a waste of time. Not only are a high percentage of offers and surveys not crediting, but Support is a joke. You used to be able to contact them with proof (a screenshot) that you completed an offer and they would immediately credit you for the missing ‘swagbucks’ but lately they refuse to give credit, even with proof. They put you off saying you need to wait up to 6 WEEKS before contacting them again, and when you do they deny you. They’ve even going so far as to lie in situations where you have undisputable proof, which to me is the last straw. I will no longer use this site, it’s gotten so horrible. Don’t waste your time, because that’s what you’ll be doing on this site.

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  • Jacquelyn G says:

    September 24th, 2013 at 11:38 am

    I don’t think that swagbucks is a scam, but I personal had a very bad experience with them. I signed up and spent a lot of time on the site. I did every survey I could, I did a ton of web searches and I watched as much SGTV I could (limit 150 swagbucks a day). When it was time for them to pay out my rewards (I chose amazon gift card) they deactivated my account. It took a couple emails before they got back to me. They said I was scamming them. I was not. I watched the green dots at the top when watching SGTV and switched to the next video as soon as I could. When reading about SBTV, swagbucks had said that this was ok. I have heard other people say they were also deactivated before having their rewards payed out (swagbucks told them they had done something wrong, when they were using the site properly). I would warn not to spend to much time on this site. It works for some people, but be warned you could spend hours on it everyday and not receive anything for it. Also I still get emails from them cluttering my inbox even tho my account was deactivated.

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    olanre says:

    August 9th, 2013 at 7:18 pm

    DO NOT JOIN!!!!!!
    Just last week when i was working on one their sweepstakes they deleted my account before they announced the winner. I was truly disappointed and looking forward to get some stuff for school. I would tell everyone to delete their account if they have one if you where going to join then dont. They are truly a disappointment.

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    Tiffany says:
    August 23rd, 2013 at 4:58 pm

    ATTN EVERYONE:

    I have included the reply that I sent to SwagBucks when they told me why they had supposedly DEACTIVATED my account for NO apparent reason on my part and without my knowledge. I understand that this account deactivation has been happening to other users as well who have chosen the PayPal reward option. Supposedly SwagBucks is telling honest users that their accounts have been deactivated because they have been cheating and “exploiting” or “violating” the terms of service.

    Accusing their honest members of cheating? I have been on SwagBucks since April of 2013 and I have never encountered such a bogus and outrageous accusation, even though I know that yes, there are SOME deceptive users out there. This sounds very suspicious on the part of SwagBucks themselves because maybe they don’t want to pay people for their earnings anymore? If they are not willing to pay honest members for their legitimate winnings anymore, then this should really be noted and investigated. Here is my response to them below. I have also filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau in regards to this issue, but I am still waiting for SwagBucks to respond. Apparently they are not responding as quickly as they usually do and one person said that they haven’t heard a response from them in two weeks. Is SwagBucks busting? I am not sure, but here is my response directly to them in regards to my deactivated account:

    PLEASE understand that I do not understand what you mean by “third party software.” The ONLY site that I have been using to earn honest money online has been SwagBucks since I joined in April of 2013. I have been violated because my account has been all the time legitimate, truthful, and honest. I have been wronged in the fact that my account has been deactivated, and I deserve to have my account re-opened, as I have not done anything wrong and have earned every single SwagBuck that I have received. Please direct me to where I can file a claim if possible. If I cannot re-open my account than may I start a new one?

    As a legitimate and honest user, this is not RIGHT and I am so saddened by this. However, I do thank you for your patience and I just want to say that I have never had any problems with customer service or your staff. They have been nothing but helpful, and I really do enjoy SwagBucks and would like to have this matter resolved. I am not a robot, nor am I or have ever been a hacker. But apparently I understand that other innocent users of your program have had their accounts de-activated in a similiar fashion as mine. This is wrong to people such as myself that have been using SwagBucks CORRECTLY and who have worked extremely hard for their earnings. I can say truthfully and honestly that I know that I have been treated unfairly, and this issue needs to be investigated, not just on my part but on the part of REAL users such as myself who have had their accounts hacked into by these so called “third party softwares.” PLEASE help me and other users who are going through this, because while I do believe that there are SOME dishonest users out there who take advantage of programs such as yours, I am not one of them.

    I HAVE NEVER NOR HAVE I EVER USED ANY THIRD PARTY SOFTWARE ON YOUR SITE. In fact, the reason why I chose SwagBucks was for the simple reason that I they are BBB accredited and that they are honest, unlike most scam sites that I have come across. But madame I do believe that more needs to be done to protect honest users such as myself who have never ever cheated on your website. I have been wronged by having my account deactivated madame, but I have and will do my best to protect my good name and that of Protege LLC by saying that it is shame that my hard work is completely gone due to the false claim that I have “exploited” your website.

    I have never done this as I know how few sites are actually legitimate, and I trusted your program. But I will however continue to defend my honest oath that I have not done anything wrong. My time is precious and as I realize that time is money, I CHOSE SwagBucks because I felt that they were trusting towards their users. But it is wrong to accuse those people who are earnestly trying to earn some simple online money for doing something so wrong as “exploitation.”

    Thank you for your time and patience and I sincerely hope that you find the people who are REALLY hacking into our accounts and making a mockery of the SwagBucks name. They are the ones who have taken our livelihoods away from us and it is so unfair to people such as myself. How can I feel safe on your site now when I know that there are individuals out there who will never truly be caught? I am ashamed that this has happened to users such as myself who have been nothing but honest. All of my hard earned time is gone out of the window because I am being accused of something so terrible. I am confused, hurt, and generally let down in the respect that the people who really are cheating are getting away with this. Something NEEDS to be done further…please understand that I am speaking out for everyone (including myself) who has earned some money with your site and who has NEVER lied in regards to the methods that they have used to get their SwagBucks. I even read the terms and rules of use before I even started SwagBucks to make sure that I was doing absolutely everything right. I am a simple and honest customer, but I cannot let this go without expressing my regret at having lost everything that I have earned due to something that I absolutely did not do.

    Sincerely,

    Ms. Robles

    pickles says:
    August 18th, 2013 at 3:54 pm

    …?

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    pitchina says:

    August 8th, 2013 at 2:13 pm

    woow nice

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    Joe says:

    August 4th, 2013 at 10:24 pm

    It is definitely a scam, I won a 100 dollar Paypal credit and my account was deactivated a day after.

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    Tiffany says:
    August 23rd, 2013 at 5:11 pm

    I received my 50 dollars into my PayPal account on August 19th and just today (August 23rd) they have deactivated my account! They accused me of using “third party software.” This is beyond bogus and I think they are just trying to get out of paying people who have earned enough to claim their reward, and this is something that SwagBucks has never really had an issue with EVER. It is very surprising that such an elite site could do this. But I have heard of this happening as of just recently from others and it is upsetting for real users like me who have put in such hard work and effort.

    I’ve already filed against them because my time and effort was wasted from what they have done. If any other honest person or people have had the same problem (their account being deactivated for nothing) then I sure would like to hear from you. They should really have a class action lawsuit against them.

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    Mason says:

    August 3rd, 2013 at 4:15 pm

    SCAM!!!! I won 2 amazon gift cards in the swagstakes, one for $25 and one for $50. The next day when i tried to log back in it told me my account was deactivated, and i have emailed the swagbucks report team asking why, but it has been two weeks and they havent responded. STAY AWAY FROM THIS SITE!!! YOU WILL WASTE SO MUCH TIME FILLING OUT SURVEYS AND STUFF AND ONCE YOU WIN SOMETHING YOU ACCOUNT WILL BE DEACTIVATED

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    ds says:

    August 1st, 2013 at 3:16 pm

    I love swagbucks.. I have earned several Amazon gift cards using this site!! I will admit that at times rewards are slow at posting to your account HOWEVER swagbucks CS has always fixed any issues I have had.

    Also, I have used all the offers that have good payouts so earning money on swagbucks has been VERY slow recently but I am still earning it.. Just much slower than in the past.

    I would highly recommend them to anyone!

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    Diana Jay says:

    July 15th, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    Have been doing Swagbucks for about a month now. In the first three weeks, earned enough for a $25 WalMart card, and have enough Swagbucks to get $10 in Amazon credit right now. I’m a teacher on summer break, so obviously I have a little more time than usual to earn daily points but even just using Swagbucks as your search engine earns you a bit each day.

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    Momsy says:

    July 7th, 2013 at 1:19 pm

    I think Swagbucks is ok to use. You will definitely not get rich off of it, but it does earn some extra gifts. After 6 months, I had enough swagbucks to get enough amazon gift cards to get my husband a mini iPad for free. I do surveys, videos, games, etc to earn my points. I try to do them when I am not doing anything else or just watching tv. I am able to get $15-50 a month in amazon gift cards. These also go towards Christmas presents at the end of the year. Does it break down to a little amount per hour, sure! Is it interfering with anything else I do, no. Every little bit helps.

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    VGPHD says:

    June 17th, 2013 at 4:59 pm

    This site is a scam. They can deactivate your account for having more than one account per household as a site bot detects the IP address. Even using Swagbucks Generators of hacks can lead to a ban.

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    Swagmaster says:
    July 8th, 2013 at 9:42 am

    No **** sherlock. Your mad because you got banned for trying to cheat? Of course you get banned for trying to use a Swagbuck generator, they may be ‘Swagbucks’ to us, but to them its real cash backing it, and using that would be like cheating them out of real cash. The sites not a scam at all, you just have to actually work at it. I started last week and already have almost 20 dollars in amazon gift cards, because I put in effort every day.

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    jaypay23 says:

    June 6th, 2013 at 12:01 am

    This site is a ripoff. Half the time they don’t give you credit for things you complete including daily bonuses, which for some reason I never got credit for. And for the swagstakes I think they are just a way to get their swag bucks back. I reccomend cancelling your account and go to another site such as irazoo.

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    Robert says:
    August 22nd, 2013 at 7:57 am

    That’s not entirely true, KP. You get the daily bonus for ANY day in which you hit the daily goal. the 7-14-21-31 is an additional bonus on top of the daily bonus.

    KP says:
    June 12th, 2013 at 6:09 pm

    You only get daily bonuses when you make 7-14-21-31 straight days of making your goal. It gives that information on your home page.

    I started SB at the end of April and have already cashed in for a $100 best buy gift card. I have enough SB for another $50 gift card as well. I have not experienced the issues others have yet…and I hope to avoid them because so far, this has been great.

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    Maddy benham says:

    June 5th, 2013 at 4:45 pm

    SCAM- DO NOT USE.
    These people stole my hard earned money for “suspected” shared use, which absolutely did not happen. SO mad I’ve been ripped off and taken advantage of, and when I spoke to customer service about it, they basically said “It’s not our fault” and then ignored everything else I had to say. Convenient that, as soon as I was about to get a large amount of money I’m wrongfully kicked off. Horrible and pathetic. Waste of a lot of time.

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    Tiffany says:
    August 23rd, 2013 at 5:19 pm

    It seems that is what they do. When you start earning the big bucks they delete your account. I don’t know about people having problems getting the gift card rewards, but boy…if you start to earn that PAYPAL reward money they kick you off even if you are an honest member on the site.

    It happened to me and I am beyond shocked. Shocked, surprised…I just don’t have the words because this site is listed as totally legit and they even advertise on television. They’ve gotten so many rave reviews that I think maybe the site is starting to bust for some reason or another. But there is definitely something suspicious going on with SwagBucks that I would look into.

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    Avery says:

    June 5th, 2013 at 7:46 am

    This is a very legit site. I read many reviews about it before starting, and was weary about all the negative things people had to say —- but I can honestly say it works! I’ve gotten about 15 dollars worth of Target giftcards in the past two months already. And yes, I used them at Target, and yes, they do work! Just put in a few minutes a day to click on the videos and you can at least get 5 bucks per month. If you sign up for the offers or shop through their site, you can earn more — though I still haven’t seen them credit me for some purchases I made through Best Buy.

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    sky says:

    May 26th, 2013 at 2:28 am

    I love swagbucks! Yes, sometimes it can be frustrating, but I am so grateful that I can get things for free because I spend some time working it. I have been faithfully doing swagbucks for about 3 years now. I like to turn my bucks into Amazon gift cards (which never expire)and gives you the most profit per swagbuck. I have been able to buy over $1,000 worth of goods at Amazon, and am ready to purchase more this week. Honestly, I don’t know why everyone is so negative about it. I just hope it never goes away.

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    Jordanay c. says:

    May 8th, 2013 at 2:51 pm

    The worst website i ave ever been on they deactivated my account saying i attempted to exploit the services. what ? all i did was try to buy my mother some earrings for mothers day with the bucks i earned. They told me my account would stay deactivated. after all that time i spent on taking surveys and playing games i get deactivated when i tried to redeemed them

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  • KARL B says:

    May 6th, 2013 at 4:11 pm

    Hello all i just won 50 quid in amazon gift cards and then they go and send me a email saying my gift card has been refunded and thats all the said to me so i sent them a email saying i wasn’t happy how they are treating me and i think they are so out of order i used like 500 of my swag bucks to enter into that prize of 50 quid in amazon gift card and then they just don’t bother giving me the prize what can i do people is their any company which can help me sue them lol i just dont know what to do any advice thanks

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    MacInC-Bad says:

    May 4th, 2013 at 11:32 pm

    They are paid by “survey” companies (amongst others) and SPAM abounds!

    Plus, they have an association with SponsorPay. SponsorPay is a SCAM and will claim that you did not earn their points. You can have screen shots of the confirmation of points, they’ll ask for an e-mail WHICH DOESN’T EXIST because they don’t generate an e-mail. Yeah, BS to the max.

    Swagbucks: If you don’t do it, don’t start; If you do, cash out and use your time wisely somewhere else!

    Think of a Swagbuck as ONE CENT. Two hours to get 100 SB??? I’d rather work in a Chinese garment factory for the same amount of time (and probably meet some friendly girls to work with).

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    David L says:

    May 1st, 2013 at 2:24 am

    Well, I used to preach to anyone who would listen how wonderful swagbucks was. I had been a member for 3 years and I did have a lot of success cashing out for $5 gift cards. The problems started when I tried to cash in for cards that were $25 or more. The first time I tried to redeem a $25 Swiss Chalet gift card my account was flagged. This was around Christmas. I contacted customer support and asked them why my account was flagged and I wastold I was being investigated for suspicious search activities and or using a bot while watching sbtv (swagbucks tv). I explained that I wouldn’t even know how to use a bot to watch sbtv and told them to go review my account and count all the times I had to enter captchas while watching it! I have never cheated on swagbucks, and I haveno idea what suspicious search activities meant. Anyways my account was unflagged and I got my card. That was at Christmas. Since Christmas I worked my but off earning 15,600 swagbucks doing a hundred surveys, watching hours of sbtv, searching, doing tasks, finding the odd code, playing games, etc. All Honestly and loyally. I tried to cash in for $125 worth of Home Depot giftcards and I paid the extra 50 swagbucks for express delivery so I could have them in time for a birthday gift. Instead of getting the gift cards they deactivated my account unjustly, while I was on the site, and I have yet to hear from them. I had heard this story many times before but didn’t think it would happen to me. My advice to anyone who uses this site is to cash out $5 at a time…don’t save up. If I could afford it I would organize a class action lawsuit against this company for falsely accusing honest hard working people of cheating. Swagbucks isn’t really a scam, but it sure walks a fine line in my opinion. $156 in 5 months…a few bucks a day…doesn’t seem like much, but when you are low income, I saw this as a Godsend. I saved up so I could give my father a gift I would not otherwise be able to afford. Instead, because of Swagbucks dishonest practices, I had to show up to my father’s birthday empty handed and ashamed.

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    Jason says:
    August 11th, 2013 at 9:20 am

    If a class action is what you seek, start calling attorneys. You will find that many “hungry” attorneys will take your case on “spec”. Meaning they will not require money down, but instead will take 33.3% (give or take) of the winnings(settlement). However, they will ONLY take the case if they feel it is an easy win. So have as much info as you can to build your case ready to go. Good Luck.

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    Stephanie says:

    April 23rd, 2013 at 11:49 pm

    First of all, it takes forever to earn their currency known as “swag bucks”. Secondly, when you finally make enough to earn a prize you are asked to verify your phone number. After about ten failed attempts of entering my phone number, I am still left with a very sour taste in my mouth. Apparently no matter what format you use it will be “invalid with their system”. I am extremely dissatisfied with this company and will no longer use them. It is not worth the time.

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    Alexander says:

    April 12th, 2013 at 7:15 pm

    It’s very time consuming unless you get lucky with surveys, and it takes a few days for the prizes to show up as things you can use. But, they are legit and it’s not very difficult to do most things. Some of their videos are interesting but most aren’t worth watching (most of) 10 to get 3 swag bucks.

    I’ve gotten 15$ in giftcards in two weeks, using the search engine, daily polls, and surveys. (That being said, I write a lot and use search engines as a spellcheck/thesaurus)

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    Alexander says:
    April 12th, 2013 at 7:20 pm

    Oh, I forgot to add:
    I’ve tried using this site on an older computer, and there were a lot of technical problems. I wouldn’t recommend it on a dinosaur, given that. It works fine on one from 2008.

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    Yaro says:

    April 12th, 2013 at 2:27 pm

    Swagbucks is a scam. After filling out one survey I’ve got bombarded with spam. They either sold my email or shared with “affiliated business” – read scam.

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    John says:
    April 15th, 2013 at 8:20 am

    The surveys are not directly connected with Swagbucks. The same survey hosts can be found on other sites similar to Swagbucks.
    The survey hosts are the email spammers, not Swagbucks.
    I avoid those surveys.

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    Velsgal says:

    April 4th, 2013 at 12:53 pm

    I love Swag bucks. All I do is use the search engine. Do I get points every time? No. But anytime I do it is FREE money. I don’t look at this as a money maker but instead a bonus for what I am already searching for anyway. Over the last couple of years I have had between $100-$150 to spend at Amazon. A lot of money? No. But more than if I had been using another search engine.
    This isn’t an income, it’s a perk for using the search engine. It’s great and I appreciate it!

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    Nick says:

    March 4th, 2013 at 10:35 pm

    It’s certainly not a scam website as others have claimed, but it can be a major time sink. I try to spend a couple of hours after work taking surveys, searching, watching videos, etc.

    With that, i’ll usually average 200-250 Swag Bucks per day, occasionally less if I get DQ’d from surveys or more if I get a higher value survey. There are usually 5-10 surveys available each day, so there’s a good chance of qualifying for at least one.

    It helps to use the site during your usual down time (watching TV or such), makes the tedious parts seem faster.

    Of course it’s not a substitute for getting a job, but if you have a bit of free time, it can be time well spent. It pretty much pays for my cable and internet each month, so I can’t complain.

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    Kelly says:

    February 28th, 2013 at 5:58 am

    OK if you are a teenager looking for a few bucks for pimple medicine or an old person about to die and on social security wanting to leave 3 extra dollars to your children which will be taken by the government anyway due to inheritance tax.

    But a waste of time for anyone else. Mow someones yard for 30 bucks in 1/100th the time and you’ll be 100x better off.

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    LOLer says:
    April 8th, 2013 at 3:47 am

    LOL that is really funny but still they don’t deserve 1 star if they are not scamming or hiding details or raising expectations, did you feel scammed ?

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    Arden says:

    February 21st, 2013 at 1:19 am

    The page works … sort of :)
    I mean it is definitely not a scam, but it is fairly inefficient.
    - search engine – didn’t earn anything (efficiency 0)
    - surveys – one finished and over 10 disqualified (efficiency: 100 swagbucks for 2 hours, but limit yourself to 5 disqualifications per day)
    - special offers: got some money for clicks, surveys, apps installed (efficiency: easy bucks for a click IF you GET them, I didn’t get some credits for surveys and apps -250)
    - tasks – finished some, some didn’t work, task numbers and types are limited (efficiency 20 – 50 swagbucks/ hour)
    - video/TV on computer – 10 videos for 3 swagbucks (efficiency 3 swagbucks for 10-30 minutes watching)
    - video/TV app – 5 video for 2 bucks with more ads (efficiency 2 sb for 5-15 minutes, but runs automatic) the app stopped after 20 sb :)
    So at best you get 50 sb (50 cents) per hour.
    In other words: one need to spend around 10 hours for a 5$ giftcard (or 1 hour per day for a period of 10 days)

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  • kev says:

    February 19th, 2013 at 2:30 am

    This site has been good to me thus far!
    I’ve already made $15 by practically auto-running their SBTV Mobile app.
    So for literally NO WORK, I get $15 a month.

    Additionally, if you install BlueStacks (which is what I did), it’s an application on your computer that runs Android apps, so you can basically play SBTV Mobile on your computer without wasting internet data plan.
    So ultimately, Swagbucks is the real deal for me.

    Hopefully it’ll work out for you, too!

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    Kara says:
    March 18th, 2013 at 1:51 pm

    did not know about blue stacks. i have an adroid, good to know thank u

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    thomas says:

    February 15th, 2013 at 8:08 am

    Very poor site. Not a scam, but very bad.

    To trade in your belongings, you get completely ripped off.

    You can make more from surveys by doing them for real money.

    They act like you earn swag bucks for everything you do online, but ONLY if you do it through them. You rarely make swagbucks on their terrible search engine, their videos are usually lame and have long ads. Their games are lame and rarely give points. The only reason to use swagbucks is if you’re someone who shops a lot online anyways and may as well earn extra points from it. However, most people who resort to swagbucks are going to be people tight for money, and therefore, this won’t work.

    save yourself the time, and avoid the site. Stick with YouTube for videos, and Google for searches.

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    L@mi says:

    February 9th, 2013 at 9:41 pm

    I tried swagbucks and well so far so good kinda addicting but..i guess its good. I reallyy want some extra cash like umm 10 to 25 bucks for a new pair of boots? Im workin soo hard, i hope its not a waste of time ):

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    Kharma says:
    October 6th, 2013 at 7:50 am

    Im heading towards getting the $25 PayPal as its the best option for someone in Australia and well after reading a lot of these comments im wondering if when i go to claim my reward, will my account be deactivated too?? Ive used this site very honestly but have also had to send about 8 emails to them for not getting points i earned, and only once was an issue fixed. I guess i will see when i get to the point of redeeming.

    Trevor says:
    April 2nd, 2013 at 11:01 am

    Swagbucks is a waste of time and a total ripoff.

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    swagbucksucks says:

    January 22nd, 2013 at 11:35 pm

    People please dont waste your time on swagbucks..after spending hrs and hrs they deactivated my account saying i have been having multiple accounts..REALLY..get real..i hardly spend enough time on 1 account to have multiple accts and when i asked them to explain they didnt have anything to say..stay away and spend your time elsewhere

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    Notahater says:
    March 1st, 2013 at 9:56 pm

    If u search a question you get swagbucks I already got $20 amazon
    on in 2 weeks

    thomas says:
    February 15th, 2013 at 7:59 am

    Agreed, terrible site!

    Yes, you can get “free” stuff, for doing activities that you “normally do anyways”. The catch is, you have to do it through them, in their poor system. Their games are sad, you have to watch their lame videos, and use their poor search engine.

    If you want to trade in your stuff for points, you get ripped off completely.

    Consider this: 1swag buck is approx. 1cent. If you trade in a classic game, such as Zelda: Ocarina of Time, they give you not even 10 swag bucks. You can sell the game online for $50+

    Stay away from this pointless waste of time.

    Frank says:
    January 25th, 2013 at 7:17 am

    Totally agree, Swagbucks is a complete waiste of time! Multiple surveys told me they had reached their limit others did not pay out, spent hours surfing for no reward at all!

    Swagbucks is nothing more than a scam to get your personal info and sell it to their vendors!

    Avoid this site at all costs!

    - Frank

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    jolielouise13 says:

    January 19th, 2013 at 10:33 pm

    I have been doing swagbucks since 2010. You can make money, but very little. I average 5 $5 amazon gift cards a month, and 1 $25.00 Paypal card. It does help. I do have issues with them. Their tech staff is pretty inept. Every time you contact them about surveys not paying out, even if you send a screenshot, they always say “it’s not our problem, the surveys come from an outside source.” You get the same response when the special offers don’t payout. If you complain to them, like I have, that it is their site, that they are responsible for the content of the site, and if it doesn’t pay out they should remove the offer, they give no response. Occasionally if you complain enough they will give you a credit. If they think you complain too much, they will say that you are breaking the rules.

    I too was accused of using some sort of bot to watch the videos. When they first started the videos, you could watch whatever you wanted. That’s where I make the most money, so I watched the videos, found the ones that were the shortest, and would only watch those. The first thing they did was take down all of the really old videos that were 30 sec. long, and replace them with 5-7 min. videos. So I spent a few hours sorting through the new videos, found the shortest ones and would watch them. After I complained several times about surveys & offers not paying out, and sending proof in screenshots (I also pointed out that they were making money off of their members, and it was a crappy way to treat us), they accused me of using a bot and sent a warning that my account might be deactivated. I wrote back, and informed them that my computer is a 2003, and isn’t even running on the most updated version of windows. I also told them that yes I was guilty of watching the same videos over and over, but that was because their surveys & offers don’t pay out, and that there was nothing in their rules about watching the same videos. I told them that I would stop, but that if they deactivated my account I would write them up on rip off report, where there were already complaints. I also pointed out that their so called “tech staff” wasn’t very savvy if they couldn’t tell that I was using an ancient computer incapable of what they accused me of.

    They apologized, didn’t deactivate my account, but they did punish me. Every time I win a search I have to enter a captcha, every 10 videos I have to enter a captcha to get my points. If I’m too late entering the captcha no points. They do not require all users to submit a captcha, my sister & her friends never have to enter captchas. I still use them, because I use the paypal money to help pay for my scripts, as my insurance is crappy. But they do play favorites. The people who praise them on facebook or on their blog and who faun over them get all the rewards. There are a group of so called stay at home, home schooling moms who rule the swagbucks facebook page, and are really nauseating in their praise of the staff. If you complain about the surveys on their blog or facebook, these “moms” jump in and say you should be grateful that swagbucks is giving you this for free. Several men on the site have pointed out that it’s not free, you are spending your time doing this, and that swagbucks is making money off of their members.

    They rave about the daily goal, which is really hard to get, I wonder when they are taking care of their kids, and schooling them, because on the few times I’ve had a day off work, it takes hours to make the goal. These same people brag on swagbucks facebook page about signing up for offers with false info, and swagbucks does nothing to them. I too wonder if the so called members heaping praise on swagbucks are the owners themselves trying to make themselves look good. The first year I was with swagbucks, I was fairly content with them. But since they have had this huge push to have the most numbers on facebook, it’s ridiculous. They put up a daily goal that’s unrealistic, and they have so many members that they don’t have enough tasks, offers or surveys to go around. I am a real person, I am a member of my view, my points and zoombucks also, and I have no issues with them. I have also pointed out to swagbucks that the other sites that I do surveys on I never have a problem with, and at least the other sites give you something if you’re kicked off the survey. Swagbucks gives you 1 buck if you’re disqualified, and half the time they don’t give you that.

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    poh11 says:
    March 26th, 2013 at 9:30 pm

    Trust me if you’re entering a captcha to get your 3 sb’s in SBTV you’re under review. I never entered a captcha and then out of the blue it started. When I redeemed a $50.00 Amazon card they put it under review. I sent a email and asked why and also asked about the captcha to earn 3 swagbucks. I had never sent any email to them about anything. They told me my account was under review for irregular SBTV viewing. There is nothing irregular about my viewing, I play them on my phone while I work so with a little investagation they should be able to tell Monday through Friday 8:00 – 5:00 I play videos off and on. Weekends almost not at all. I have no bot and make maybe 50 cents a day when playing videos. I shop and earn, redeem coupons, search, do offers sometimes that cost money, toolbar. I’m now second guessing if I’m going to continue with this as I don’t need the money…I was doing it for fun. They will lose a good customer and yes I’m a customer…although they treat people like they are doing you a favor. They make money from us not the other way around.

    dk says:
    January 25th, 2013 at 11:52 pm

    I’d say about 30% of the time when I win SB on searches, it makes me enter a captcha, and there is a time limit. For the videos, after I watch enough to earn SB, I always have to enter a captcha. It’s not just you.
    And, I’ve had nothing but good experience with swagbucks… I have never contacted customer service or whatever, so I can rule out having to enter a captcha because I’m being “punished”.

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    Steph says:

    January 19th, 2013 at 6:11 pm

    I’ve been using Swagbucks for a few months now and so far, so good. I have earned a few Regal Cinema gift cards, some Papa John’s gift cards, and I’m saving now for a Logan’s one. It takes a little while to get the points, I guess, depending on how often you use it. I use it as a basic search engine, do the daily polls, the NOSOs, and the special offers (watching those videos they post for 1-3 bucks), and then take surveys every few days. I don’t quality for all of them, but I’ve never had any issues with customer service if I haven’t seen my bucks. They’ve always given me what’s due.

    Anywho, it’s obviously not going to replace your real job anytime soon, but since my husband and I are always low on cash since we’re both paying for school right now, it’s nice to get a random move gift card or something just to have a night out. And for taking a few surveys and searching the web? I’ll take it.

    My tune would definitely change if I have different experiences. I’ll update my post if that ever happens to me!

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    KeithTax says:

    January 12th, 2013 at 2:20 pm

    Swagbucks sucks! Signed up and earned 67 points and they took all but one away. I guess my search for a day, poll, answered questions andviewing 6-7 videos is worth 1 point, or about $5 every year and a half.

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    Marian says:

    January 9th, 2013 at 11:04 am

    is a scam and waste of time.
    I completed a survey, didnt get credited, emailed them with a screenshot of the finished survey, and they just say ‘sorry, thanks for doing that for free’. I was even getting emails from the host company of the survey i had supposedly ‘not finished’. They are a scam and there are so many better sites that pay out better.

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    Trevor says:
    April 2nd, 2013 at 10:56 am

    Totally agree.

    Jackson says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 5:59 pm

    Amen to that

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    Matthew says:

    December 22nd, 2012 at 4:50 am

    Swagbucks is pretty nice. I probably waste more time on the site than I should, but I think the rewards are nice. I do the NOSO every day, answer the daily poll, and use the Swagbucks toolbar for searches and instead of the address bar. More chances to win, right?

    I use Swagbucks TV Mobile on my Android tablet and earn an easy 50 swagbucks a day from that (which is the upper limit for the mobile app.)

    I do my best to hit the daily goal every day. If, after the things I’ve already explained, I still haven’t reached the daily goal, I may watch some swagbucks TV on my computer and/or complete a survey for an extra push towards the goal. Their are bonuses for reaching the daily goal for 1 day, 1 week, 2 weeks, and a month in a row, and I usually only end up missing once or twice a month, sometime during the first week of each month, I can usually expect a hefty sum, usually around 250-350, of bonus swagbucks from the “Meter Super Bonus” and “Daily Meter Bonus” from the previous month.

    I order $25 in Amazon gift cards every month and have plenty of Swagbucks to spare. I try to maintain a balance of 10,000 Swagbucks minimum at any time and except when I’m in real need of some extra cash, won’t buy any other prizes or gift cards except for the Amazon $5 gift card for 450 Swagbucks 5 times a month. (Limited to 2 per week and 5 per month… argggggh!!!!!!) I think other cards are now unlimited and 99% of gift cards, including the higher value Amazon cards, have a cost to value ratio of 100 swagbucks/$1.

    If you want to be able to make even more Swagbucks, you can refer your friends. I only have 2 referrals and neither of them actually ended up using the site, but even without referrals, the site really can pay!

    I’ve been using Swagbucks since May of ’09 according to my ledger, but really have only been actively using it and working for the daily goals for about 3-4 months. My lifetime Swagbucks are currently at 30,577 and my current Swagbucks are at 11,927.

    So far, the prizes I’ve redeemed are:
    24 $5 Amazon Gift Cards
    1 $50 Amazon Gift Card
    1 $5 PayPal Gift Card
    1 PS2 Game: Second Sight
    1 Swagbucks Limited Edition Angel Wings Graphic

    $75 of those cards and the PS2 game are from February of 2011, around the time I stopped using Swagbucks for a long time.

    The other $100 (5x Amazon $5/month) have all been earned since I became active again around September, 2012 (three months ago, but prizes for each of the 4 calendar months Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec).

    It’s worth it if you have free time or if you just need a search engine. The less you do on the site, the less you’ll get, of course, but I don’t think I spend more than maybe 2-3 hours on the busiest day and probably closer to an hour on a daily basis to make more than 2000-3000 Swagbucks a month.

    Also… this is aimed at a previous comment by TruthSeeker, who said that the people who say Swagbucks is not a scam aren’t real and are just canned responses or bots, or people paid to write well to be well understood:
    I noticed this as well. I wouldn’t dismiss the idea that there are some bots or individuals who are being paid to comment, but I’m legit and I am sure at least a couple other people here are. For just a bit more proof, here’s a screenshot of some of my prizes: http://i479.photobucket.com/albums/rr156/lovinlife8901/Proof_zpsa3e1b9be.png

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    Kelly says:
    February 28th, 2013 at 5:54 am

    Yep fake review. They have absolutely no couth.

    Delores says:
    January 26th, 2013 at 8:14 pm

    To those of you that don’t believe this is real….you are so wrong. I am a 64 year old grandmother. I have earned quite a bit of Amazon gift cards, more so since I started getting the daily goals for each month. It is a godsend…many times I have needed something and being on Social Security and a fixed income, things get tough but with this it makes some things more accessible for me. Sometimes I have difficulties, but have always been able to resolve the issues with customer service or the companies listed on the Special Offers…I got many extra Swagbucks for using yaysave.com and for using Shop and Earn at Christmas time.

    Just give it a chance, but if you don’t…well that leaves more opportunities for me. Happy Swagging.

    Marian says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 10:48 am

    This review seems fake – no one has ever earnt that much from Swagbucks.

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    Mahboi says:

    December 20th, 2012 at 9:45 pm

    It works, just takes forever to earn. But it’s better than nothing I guess. I’ve earned about $150 in gc’s, but that took a YEAR.

    Aside from the money though, they tie together their community well, and it’s interesting to see other peoples’ thoughts sometimes on the blog. They also have a built-in chat system and other extras.

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    Marsroverr says:

    December 18th, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    SwagBucks is cool, but it takes a while to earn stuff. I just install the toolbar to my browser and wait.

    I’ve got an idea on how to prevent bots spamming 5-star ratings. If your rating is legit, just throw in a few spelling and grammer <- Intentional errors just to show ur not a bot.

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    Jules says:

    December 17th, 2012 at 12:50 am

    I recently tried to do surveys for swagbucks and it is a total scam. I’d spend 20 minutes doing a survey and then at the VERY END I would be told that I wasn’t qualified for the survey. MTurk is where you should go to get fairly compensated for surveys. On swagbucks it’s just bogus and a waste of time.

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    Kelly says:
    February 28th, 2013 at 5:56 am

    Yep all these sites are doing this now. Getting you to work for free basically taking the money and not giving you a dime. What a waste crooks will be crooks.

    ian says:
    February 9th, 2013 at 3:53 pm

    ive got to the end of a survey and been disqualified but its always older surveys. so far never the daily ones. earned 25 pound in amazon vouchers in a month. just dont like the offers page. some nastys in there! extra toolbars that direct traffic to dodgy sites ect! the rest is ok

    dk says:
    January 25th, 2013 at 11:47 pm

    That’s why I don’t bother with the surveys. I just use the toolbar/search, daily poll, NOSO, sometimes videos (that you don’t even have to watch if you put them in another window and let them play while working on something else in a different window), coupons, and shopping through the site. I don’t invest a ton of time to the site, just mostly do the things I’d normally do anyway (like search).
    I’ve been a member for about a year, and I have almost 8,000 swagbucks. I didn’t do anything sketchy or cheat-like to do them, either.

    Marian says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 10:46 am

    Jules is right I had the same issue – I completed a survey, didnt get credited, emailed them with a screenshot of the finished survey, and they just say ‘sorry, thanks for doing that for free’. I was even getting emails from the host company of the survey i had supposedly ‘not finished’. They are a scam and there are so many better sites that pay out better.

    Jules says:
    December 17th, 2012 at 12:52 am

    I’ve also notices that the stellar reviews are oddly worded – not like real people writing or talking. Someone else already commented on this but it is REALLY noticeable!

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    KCS758 says:

    December 14th, 2012 at 9:27 am

    I have been using Swagbucks for almost a year. I earn enough swagbucks every month for just doing what I usually do online that I am able to purchase things I use and get them for free each month. Things like my monthly supply of Kcups, 2-50 count boxes. I certainly am far behind most but every little bit helps.

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    Nobody says:

    December 12th, 2012 at 9:19 pm

    Getting Swagbucks is hard — I am planning to get an iPod touch (the new one) and 3 screen protectors, but I’ve been reading some reviews lately and some of them are terrible complaints. I don’t know if I should keep tryin to collect swagbucks, because some say that it’s scam, whilst some say that it is awesome (with perfect grammar and punctuation :/)

    What should I do?

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    Taylor says:
    December 29th, 2012 at 1:59 pm

    i have played for awhile and got a few amazon gift cards if u notice the 5.00s are cheaper. and all of swabucks prizes are cheaper on amazon so i think its great.

    Matthew says:
    December 22nd, 2012 at 4:56 am

    Oops, it appears I commented on the wrong item. Sorry about that. *copies and pastes*

    Matthew says:
    December 22nd, 2012 at 4:54 am

    I posted a review of the site in which I included a link to a screenshot of the gift cards I’ve won and already redeemed if you want to check that out.

    Cheers!

    Mahboi says:
    December 20th, 2012 at 9:39 pm

    I’ve used it for about a year, and I can say that while it works, and is not a scam, it’s not efficient either. You’ll be lucky to earn $5 in a few days. Recently I began doing the “high-profile” special offers which pay out several hundred each, but I’ve only made about $150 total in a year. So it’s legit, but your call on whether the time is necessary or not.

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    Mishi says:

    December 11th, 2012 at 9:46 pm

    I worked for almost 3 months to make enough points for an Amazon.com giftcard. The same day I earned the points and requested the giftcard, I received an email from Swagbucks accusing me of breaking a specific rule. I went to their site and reread their rules. I had not broken any of them. I responded to them that I wasn’t breaking any rules. They responded accusing me of breaking a different rule, which was using software that helps you watch videos. I responded that I am disabled and use software specifically designed to assist me in navigating and using internet sites but that the software in no way gave me any kind of advantage over anyone else and that it is necessary for me to use it. The closed my account and refused to give me the giftcard I’d spent months earning. Swagbucks is a SCAM. Don’t waste your time with them. As soon as you earn a decent prize, they kick you off. And more importantly they discriminate against people with disabilities.

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    Amy says:

    December 7th, 2012 at 11:42 pm

    I started using Swagbucks mid-October when a blog posted that it was a good way to make money for Christmas. I’ve been doing it a few hours a day (no more than 3, plus SBTV on my phone) and I’m averaging a $5 Amazon GC every three or four days. I’ve had no problems cashing out my “bucks” for cards, and no issues at all from Amazon. I’ve gotten about $80 using Swagbucks and SavingStar, and it’s real. My 2-year old is DONE for Christmas gifts, and I’m planning a shopping “trip” for my 9 year old with the $$ I have left.

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  • TruthSeeker says:

    November 27th, 2012 at 5:04 pm

    I have noticed a trend in the ratings… anyone who claims they have aquired the so called prizes seen have perfect punctuation and an odd speaking pattern, almost like a bot. or a person was paid to type perfectly to be understood.
    however if someone looks at those who complain, they are more “speratic” more flawwed* more unique in their Styles of righting -n-
    I am not for or against this sight but i dont reccomend joining it without 3rd party reccomendations… and take absoulutely everything everybody says with a grain of salt

    —Seeker of Truth—

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    Matthew says:
    December 22nd, 2012 at 4:58 am

    Hey TruthSeeker,

    I posted a review of the site in which I included a link to a screenshot of the gift cards I’ve won and already redeemed if you (or anyone else who thinks Swagbucks might be fake) want to check that out.

    Cheers!

    Mahboi says:
    December 20th, 2012 at 9:42 pm

    Really? If it were possible to post screenshots I could show you what I’ve earned. Stretching a bit too far there.

    Like I said before, it works, but takes a very long time to earn anything.

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    Ricky Foster says:

    November 16th, 2012 at 5:03 pm

    Finally after about 2 weeks of watching dreadful videos I got enough points for a $5 Amazon card, I checked out and waited a few days then went to log back in and it said I was banned. Waste of time.

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    Wade says:

    November 10th, 2012 at 11:33 pm

    I’ve been using Swag Bucks for 2 days and already have 25 dollars worth of Amazon gift cards. Granted I spent alot of time to earn that, but the longer you have an account the easier it is for you to gain swag bucks. The coolest thing about swag bucks is if you refer someone then you can win points when they win points via the searches.

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    Yes says:
    November 12th, 2012 at 5:03 pm

    Let’s see how that translates to real world money. If you spent 6 hours per day, you averaged out to $2.08 per hour. If you had a job making at least minimum wage, $7.25, you would have made at least $87 (minus taxes of course). Seems like a colossal waste of time.

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    cocoon says:

    November 10th, 2012 at 11:43 am

    It will give you swagbucks in the beginning and you would thing “great i will make some extra cash” by taking surveys. But NO after you cash out your first gift card(IF you can collect that much) then there is very very i mean very little chance that you will make same amount again. They sent you surveys to fill but either when you are in the middle of doing the survey or when you actually finished the survey and it takes you to a page either say “sorry the survey company reach their quota or they will thank you for finishing the survey. BUT they will not give you any swagbucks. You may think that you can take the screen shot to prove Swagbucks that you completed the survey but NO Swagbucks would not give you anything either even though you show them the proof. So this is Swagbucks. I was their member until they start screwing people over and not crediting promised amounts. Don’t waste your time I would say.

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    Pooch says:

    November 6th, 2012 at 1:05 pm

    swagbucks is LEGIT UNTIL THEY SCAM YOU for the lowest/false reason possible. i had about 900SB, enough to get me 2 $5 gift cards but before i even have a chance to redeem them, guess what? my account gets DEACTIVATED saying i use some kind of BOT to play their videos. i complained to them, and this is the part where they “SCAM” you most, once your account gets deactivated, they will NOT RESPOND to your complaints or even DISCUSS/FIX THE ISSUE and IF they do, their suggestion is to “make another account and start all over”(so they ban people for multiple accounts but suggest you make another account AFTER they deactivate your LEGIT/NON-CHEATING account?)

    for all of you new/old members of swagbucks saying its legit.. ITS LEGIT WHILE IT LASTS.. BUT once your account gets DEACTIVATED for NO REASON/FALSE ACCUSATIONS and U COMPLAIN BUT THEY DONT RESPOND TO FIX THE ISSUE.. then you’ll know what it feels like when people say “SWAGBUCKS IS A SCAM”

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    thomas says:
    February 15th, 2013 at 8:19 am

    Hah, glad I’ve seen these before I wasted more than the half hour I wasted on this site. Glad I gave a fake name!

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    Sue says:

    November 6th, 2012 at 8:15 am

    I’m brand new and I have a question that is sort of a complaint. But I’m aware that it may just be a temporary glitch or something. I signed up to do surveys and so far I tried to do two. I spent a few minutes answering preliminary questions on both of these surveys, only to be told I don’t qualify. Big waste of time. If this happens one more time, I’ll obviously never do one of their surveys again.

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    dk says:
    January 25th, 2013 at 11:53 pm

    That’s why I don’t bother with the surveys. I just use the toolbar/search, daily poll, NOSO, sometimes videos (that you don’t even have to watch if you put them in another window and let them play while working on something else in a different window), coupons, and shopping through the site. I don’t invest a ton of time to the site, just mostly do the things I’d normally do anyway (like search).

    Marian says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 10:44 am

    Coocoon is right I had the same issue – I completed a survey, didnt get credited, emailed them with a screenshot of the finished survey, and they just say ‘sorry, thanks for doing that for free’. I was even getting emails from the host company of the survey i had supposedly ‘not finished’. They are a scam and there are so many better sites that pay out better.

    Cocoon says:
    November 10th, 2012 at 11:48 am

    Sue, count yourself lucky as I have finished the surveys and taken to the “thank you for taking the survey ….” but i did not credited. I sent them screen show but they said ” we can’t give you any swagbuck” and i asked them why? They have yet to responde to that. Obviously, they can’t say we are scamming you thats why we wont give you anything. So before you wasting any more time i suggest that you deactive your account and dont waste your time. I did the same.

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    Diana says:

    November 5th, 2012 at 9:58 am

    I joined swagbucks a few weeks ago and have already gained 35$ in amazon gift cards. Somethings take a little time to earn swagbucks, but most are easy and fun. I watch a little tv and search the web and it is usually enough for me to hit my daily bonus goal.

    It is something you should check out for yourself. You can’t lose, It’s free.

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    Cocoon says:
    November 10th, 2012 at 11:51 am

    Diana, A little time? I was a member for almost 2 years and i still did not make $35. That is why i canceled my account with them!

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    Kara says:

    November 3rd, 2012 at 8:43 am

    I have been using swagbucks for 5 months now with no real issues. I earn usually $30-75 in gift cards a month, depending on how active I’ve been on the site doing various things. I have been usuing these cards to help defray the cost of the upcoming Holidays, I also used them once to make our order at Dominoes almost FREE. Have had no issues with my account. My only complaint- I used the new ‘shop and earn’ on a night where it would earn me 40 swagbucks per dollar spent….that was over 1.5 weeks ago, the 1100+ sbs I’m due for that hasn’t even hit ‘pending’ in my account yet. I contacted swagbucks, who told me it can take up to 32 days for it to show up in my account, even as pending. I used shop and earn with another retailer before and my 150 sbs showed up as pending within 24 or 48 hrs. I find it a little hinky this ‘big’ amount now is taking it’s sweet time even ‘pending’ to my account and am a little suspicious about if I’ll even get the credit I deserve- but I must wait the 32 days before contacting swagbucks again about it. So time will tell, to be fair the jury’s still out on that one! Just feels like now that it’s a big amount of swagucks due to me swagbucks is taking a long time to credit me. Otherwise I am VERY pleased with swagbucks. It won’t make you tons and tons of money, you’ll be disappointed if that’s your hope, but it can be a nice supplement to your household income for gifts or everyday items you buy at places like Target, Walmart, Amazon, Petco etc.

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    poh11 says:
    March 26th, 2013 at 10:08 pm

    I have used swagbucks for about a year but got real active the last 2 months earning $70.00 in Feb and March. I redeemed 4 $5.00 Amazon and one $50.00 card. It took almost 1 month to get the $50.00 because it was under review because of irregular SBTV. I had no problem with the 4 $5.00 cards this month but just redeemed a $50.00 card so we’ll see if they hassle me again. If they do then I’m done. I’m not doing anything wrong and not using any bot to watch SBTV. I partipate in many activities not just SBTV. Out of $70.00 maybe $10.00 is from SBTV. If they don’t pay out they are making something up to scam me out of $50.00. We’ll see, I’ll update if they continue to hassle me.

    Steph says:
    January 19th, 2013 at 6:07 pm

    Kara, I’ve had some like that, too, but they always post. I think they’re just being cautious on the big ones. Since you may have 30 days to return the item with most retailers, they’re just mostly giving you a chance to do that, which would forfeit your bucks.

  • deshiva says:

    November 2nd, 2012 at 11:30 am

    well i just signed up myself, i was on coupons.com printing coupons and this was a site they recomended. i see mixed reviews and will just watch and see what happens for myself.

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    Leodwyn says:

    November 1st, 2012 at 1:28 pm

    I joined Swagbucks about two months ago while waiting for some things to get processed before I got my teaching license and could begin working. What appealed to me was that I didn’t really have to do anything out of the ordinary to get Swagbucks. Occasionally I do surveys or use my junk email address to get the special offers, but the vast majority of my SBs just come from searching. Yeah, it’s not quite as appealing and user-friendly as Google, but I always try the swagbucks search first. If I can’t find what I’m looking for, I turn to google. I also often search for sites I normally just have bookmarked (facebook, gmail, pinterest etc.). I’ve never gotten fewer than 5 swagbucks for a search, and recently got 33.

    In the approximately two months that I’ve been involved, I’ve gotten either $30 or $35 in Amazon gift cards. Plus, in September, they added a $1 Amazon mp3 credit for every $5 gift card, so I got $4 of free Amazon mp3s. Not bad for spending very little time there every day!

    I understand people’s frustration with the surveys. I’ll usually try to do surveys for a day or two then get frustrated because of not qualifying and just stop doing them for a week or two. But with searching and their special offers and the occasional SB Videobar thingy, the points add up faster than I expect!

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    poh11 says:
    March 26th, 2013 at 10:16 pm

    This does seem to be a lot from just searching and I’m not thrilled with swagbucks at the moment. However, I’ve never received less than 5 from a seach and received as much as 59.

    Marian says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 11:36 am

    This seems fake – I earner almost 200 SB from searching and the regular amount is 3, not 5. The point do not add up fast at all.

  • ShawolAngel says:

    October 31st, 2012 at 3:54 pm

    Also, I would just like to add that I am pretty satisfied with this site so far. I’ve found that it takes a while to earn enough swagbucks to pay for anything but with time, I think it pays off. I’m not that well off money wise so this site helps out a little. I wish you guys good luck and I hope you earn a lot! :)

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    Cocoon says:
    November 10th, 2012 at 11:53 am

    Yes of course time like 2 years plus to be able to get $5 gc :))

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    Sujeet says:

    October 19th, 2012 at 4:21 pm

    At first, I thought this was a complete scam. Truth is, I earned $15 in one week! It’s very simple, do offers, surveys, and use their browser for points to redeem prizes. If you still think it’s a scam, why don’t you try it out for yourself? Doesn’t hurt to try.

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    Swagbucks bs says:
    September 4th, 2013 at 10:10 pm

    What about the special “postcard verification/ text”? I tried it out. Gave them my info been 2+ weeks since i have been waiting for a postcard.

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    Laura says:

    October 17th, 2012 at 6:14 pm

    After seeing quite a few negative reviews, I feel the need to write a post. I don’t do swagbucks all year round but do quite a bit during the holidays in order to pay for gifts. Last year between the middle of October and end of December, I earned almost $400 in Amazon gift cards. Granted this requires a significant amount of time with computer access (not active constantly but at least able to check for available surveys/tasks and completing them as they show up). But even people who do a small amount earn anywhere from $25-$50 a month. I’ve heard of people being deactivated but these same people have also then been reactivated after talking to customer service. It seems like a common cause of deactivation is having more than one family member on the site or hitting refresh too much on the videos. If more than one family member has an account, just make sure to sign out at the end of sessions and delete cookies between people. Also make sure not to refresh videos as soon as the meter goes up (30 secs of video=10% of meter and a full meter = 3 SB). You definitely earn real money (some people do Paypal gift cards which can be deposited into your bank account but Amazon cards are cheaper in terms of SB’s). Just be honest on the site and it’s a great source of extra money especially through the holidays. Check out their facebook too for more people to ask for tips and to get heads up on codes, etc.

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  • Trinh says:

    October 16th, 2012 at 2:20 pm

    I am a swagbucks scam victim.

    Some people said SB is not scam because they don’t really know much enough about swagbucks. SB used to deactivate alot of account and pay to alot of account. that way they could earn alot and can still standing in good name around the same time. If SB haven’t deactivate your account yet soon or later they will!

    I am waiting for someone can open a case for every victim can sign and one day swagbucks will stand in court and repay to all peoples the have cheated.

    Good luck to you all!

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    K.A. says:

    October 12th, 2012 at 3:29 am

    Swagbucks is legit, and I have gotten rewards in my year of being a member. However, they appear to have no qualms whatsoever about deactivating accounts for no particular reason. I was using the site the other day and I was no longer logged in, so I attempted to do so. I was told that my account had been deactivated, so I contacted the compliance team for an explanation. I have received two replies back in form-letter style telling me I was using auto-refresh to watch videos and that I’m a cheat. I have never used anything like auto-refresh, not only do I not cheat but I honestly have no idea how to use anything like that, having only basic computer skills. Allison at compliance has been unbelievably rude and will not take my explanations into consideration. So, if you want to use the site, by all means do so; you probably will receive rewards for your work. However, don’t be surprised if you’re falsely accused of violating the Terms of Use.

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    Tommy Matysik says:

    September 5th, 2012 at 11:20 pm

    This website has been working out great for me. I have over 1,000 swagbucks in less than a month of being a member. The best way to earn bucks on this website is referrals. This means that for every person that joins on your referral, you get matching swagbucks for their earnings.

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    aadeyl says:

    September 4th, 2012 at 1:24 am

    Not a bad idea. Thanks

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    ROGER says:

    August 18th, 2012 at 12:54 am

    Swagbucks is not a scam, after sitting at my computer for about a month LOL watching there swagbucks TV I then had enough For My XBox 360 250 GB. I Love It, But you would have to fill up your Swag Bucks Meter about 14,000 times. But hey im happy with it. my wife and brother also helped me

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    Steve says:

    August 16th, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    I cannot understand why people think SwagBucks is a fraud. I read an article about SwagBucks and signed up right away. I have cashed out multiple times through PayPal and have never had a problem with the transaction. Sure, you won’t get rich using it, but to use it to perform your everyday searches is like getting paid to do something you do every day anyways. How is that fraud?

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    samljer says:

    August 15th, 2012 at 10:30 pm

    Not worth it.

    “doing what you normally do” pays next to nothing.
    after a few hours i made 100 points; $5 is 450 pts.
    2 hours of my time is worth more then about $1 in “swagg”

    and you have to go out of your way to do it through them.

    then on top of that, after about 1 week of use;
    i noticed a daily decline in points, even though i used it more.

    If you dont mine working like a slave for pennies swaggbucks is a winner.

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    Nick says:

    August 13th, 2012 at 4:47 pm

    Swagbucks allows you to redeem walmart, target etc. gift cards for groceries so you can then save your cash. I love swagbucks.

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    Raj says:

    August 11th, 2012 at 10:08 pm

    Swagbucks is a fraud, pls don’t encourage.

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    user says:
    October 13th, 2012 at 12:43 pm

    Actually Swag Bucks is not a fraud it really works and no I am not a paid promoter if I was they would be illegally paying me because i’m not old enough :-) but it really works because I’ve gotten something from their I would take a picture of the package if I could but believe me, it works.

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    Ethan says:

    July 18th, 2012 at 10:22 am

    I would not waste my time with this site, period! It already takes years and years just to accumulate simple “swag bucks”, but then they attempt to rip you off (obviously, in my opinion) with offers of swagbucks in exchange for your valuable video game consoles and accessories. My drawing line was when, after failing to qualify for survey after survey, I finally qualified for and completed a 30 minute survey worth 100 swagbucks. At the end of the worthless thing, the swagbucks team told me that it had already been completed and my swagbucks would not be credited. I became fed up. I wasted 30 valuable minutes of my life filling out personal information, and I was not even credited for a survey that I had never even SEEN before in my life!!! I’m done with them….. If you decide to take sign up for swagbucks, do so at your own risk….

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    tacoisafraud says:
    October 28th, 2012 at 1:49 pm

    ok taco who paid you from swag bucks to lie!?!?!

    shay says:
    August 27th, 2012 at 4:41 am

    i get hundreds and hundreds of swagbucks a day without any effort.!!!

    DEBBY says:
    August 16th, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    taco….. the site is only 3 years old they just had a birthday so they might be 4 years now

    Medusa says:
    July 28th, 2012 at 7:55 am

    I have been using the Toolbar and Searching for 5 weeks and have 9000 points. No surveys or “offers”. I got s couple big amounts for mentioning Swagbucks on my Twitter feed. Easy.
    In a few days I’ll have enough for a 50$ Aeropostale or Hollister Gift Card. If 30 minutes is so valuable; you shouldn’t be on the Internet, you should be out doing great things.

    taco says:
    July 25th, 2012 at 10:56 pm

    I have made over $40,000.00 worth of stuff with this site for the past 7 years

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    bby1 says:

    July 12th, 2012 at 3:17 pm

    It is legit i received amazon gift cards but they deactivated my account saying I had multiple accounts when I didn’t they had deactivated them along time ago and they really don’t care about your issue so it sucks don’t bother waste of time they will find a reason to deactivate your account somewhat.

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    james says:
    July 13th, 2012 at 5:59 pm

    same thing happened today with me , i did some swagbucks before work.. then just evening when i am back from work, noticed my account was
    “deactivated”. a legit company would always check your physical IP address not your internet IP address which it does changes over time. this is why GPT sites for most part are scams. the only site i know that dont scam are mypoints because they look at your physical IP address. i never heard anyone over 2 years of being with swagbucks havent been deactivated. people will claim that they are legit but if you search them online they dont follow the physical IP address, so yes it a waste of time and i ask anyone to stay clear of those sites. thank you

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    Debi Conn says:

    July 11th, 2012 at 10:03 pm

    So far so good. I like watching the entertainment videos and am at 90 swag bucks in just a few days

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    Karen Gleed says:

    July 8th, 2012 at 3:07 pm

    Fill the whole thing out to tell you it’s expired . Thats why people don’t like to do this it’s all a bunch of crap you should enter them yourself so you know if your getting swag bucks or just a bunch of unwanted email. Things gotta change
    Just my opinion sorry Karen Gleed

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    brian says:

    July 1st, 2012 at 11:59 pm

    Did this for 6 months earned 6000+ points and went to cash in but instead they said I violated rules and won’t be getting my reward. Also they claimed this happened on month 2 but they let me earn them sponsor money for 4 more months before screwing me. Considering the time I spent $50 I was gonna get was ridiculous anyways. Screw them.

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    Mary says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 11:01 am

    I agree Swagbucks is a scam and waste of time.

    I completed a survey, didnt get credited, emailed them with a screenshot of the finished survey, and they just say ‘sorry, thanks for doing that for free’.

    I was even getting emails from the host company of the survey i had supposedly ‘not finished’. Clearly I had finished the survey! They are a scam and there are so many better sites that pay out better.

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    Anonymous says:

    June 27th, 2012 at 11:41 pm

    Swagbucks works great! Some of the external offers aren’t safe though, but they’re optional and you can get lots of SB’s without them!

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    Joe says:

    June 27th, 2012 at 10:46 am

    you cant sign out of swagbucks at all

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    ArielGibson says:

    June 21st, 2012 at 1:45 pm

    I have noticed while watching videos, I get a pop up message that say I have a virus and to click, which I don’t. I’ve had a drive by virus download before, it was terrible! So I hope SB protects their members more.

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    Ken says:

    June 19th, 2012 at 8:09 pm

    You will never earn much at this, and they should really call it SwagCents, since this is really what you get. I do this for Amazon gift cards. The surveys are the worst, and you can expect to be kicked out 90 percent of the time, usually after having invested several minutes of your time.

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    macey withrow says:

    June 18th, 2012 at 2:42 pm

    I’ve been a swagbucks member for a couple of days now and it has been horrible. I keep doing so much for so little swagbucks and it sucks because it’s terrible hard to actually get enough swagbucks to get something at the swagstore. also, the surveys are terrible! they are SO long and tiring!

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    Medusa says:
    July 28th, 2012 at 8:03 am

    My first week I was getting a hundred points a day on average. Install the tool bar and “search” Facebook, Twitter, HuffPost or whatever sites you visit often. The results are saved in the little search window, so its easy to navigate to your favorite sites. Every day there is a “Gimmee Code” that gives you between 3 and 7 bucks. Also, Tuesdays if you mention SwagBucks in your Twitter you have a chance of getting 500 Sbucks. I got that twice so far.

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    Tom says:

    June 15th, 2012 at 6:00 pm

    Twice I signed up for swagbucks and each time I went to cash in they would cancel my account giving me no reason other then I MAY have violated their rules never explaining what rules I may have broken. I know a number of people with swag bucks accounts and they were confused to why swagbucks would do this to me. I BELIEVE that they just did not want to pay! Swagbucks would not communicate with me on this matter!

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    Sunny says:

    June 13th, 2012 at 8:35 pm

    It is legit. And they don’t steal your information. I have received a gift card in the mail before, too, as well as the Amazon virtual ones.

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    Joanna says:

    May 16th, 2012 at 9:43 pm

    You will probably never get rich by using Swagbucks. I’ve been using it for over a year and a half and I’ve earned a little over $100 (in amazon gift cards).

    You earn mainly by searching with the Swagbucks search engine–kinda like google, but a little less effective–and they randomly will award swagbucks now and then. You’ll generally not win more than once in an hour. It’s a waste of time to spam the search engine as it’s not going to give you any extra for doing so.

    You can also earn by doing surveys. Some of these pay fair enough, some definitely do not. I usually avoid the ones that require more 10 minutes per 50 swagbucks because it’s just a waste of my time. Choose what time length and compensation is acceptable before taking the survey.

    You can always earn at least 4 swagbucks a day easily. By having the toolbar installed, doing the daily poll, and going through the NOSO (I always just skip through to the end.) I usually win at least once or twice a day so I generally get about 15-25 swagbucks a day without doing surveys.

    Like I said before, you won’t get rich. But if you take surveys anyway and are going to be searching with google anyway, why not use swagbucks and earn a little extra cash?

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    ArielGibson says:
    June 21st, 2012 at 1:30 pm

    I like Swagbucks. Yes I admit the surveys sometimes are disappointing, but I seem to do alright. A friend refered me and she does great.
    The tasks are difficult however. But When you think you wont be any good at something you are. They’re better than the rest of the sites that don’t do anything. I don’t think it is a waste of time watching videos, which I’d do that on youtube anyway.
    I still like the tasks though and wish I could continue, but they share with everyone else, which is good. I make a game out of it, and do well.

  • Hottlama says:

    May 15th, 2012 at 1:03 am

    What other websites are you talking about?

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    zhi says:

    April 23rd, 2012 at 11:08 pm

    I have just received my $5 in PayPal cash for redeemed the 700 points. It is not much of the $5, but I can prove that Swag Bucks is legit.

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    james says:
    July 13th, 2012 at 6:09 pm

    bullshit, alot of us dont cheat.. but still get deactivated anyway. reasons. .this site doesnt track the physical IP address that came with your computer. it probably tracks your internet IP address which it does changes over time.. depends on the modem that your using. this is the major reasons why people are keep getting deactivated. i earned swagbucks honestly and would never cheat. still i got deactivated probably because i had different service provider. i can almost guarantee that you would be deactivated too, just matter of time. i been a swagger for almost 2 years before this happen. thank you

    Jut says:
    May 13th, 2012 at 1:43 pm

    So, some of the people are misunderstood. This website is for people who surf the web mainly and like to partake in social polls and maybe take an offer/coupon that you redeem.

    It took me a 2 weeks and a half to accumulate enough points for an amazon 5$ gift card. Now let me say I have been on the site for a total of maybe 2 hours during those 2.5 weeks.

    Ways to get points fast: Referrals . . Referrals allow the new person to accumulate points and will help the referrer to get equivalent points up to 100 i think. Just do the polls, NOSO, and surf (there are 3 times you can surf in a day where you can get ~30-40 swagbucks.

    As for the person who got banned, you tried to cheat the system. They dont allow similar home e-mail addresses and same computer boosting.

    In all, this site is for people who can spend 2-3 minutes per day on this site to get about 200$ in gift cards and items in a year.

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    Lizzie says:

    April 5th, 2012 at 9:27 pm

    SwagBucks is legit but I’d say it’s a rip-off and very unfair. They only reward you 50 swag bucks for a 25 minutes survey which survey sites reward you $3.00 for your time. So how is that fair? A 50 swag bucks is equivalent to only $0.50 which means Swagbucks pocketed $2.50 very unfair.

    It takes too long to accumulate points watching videos also…. you only get 3 points(equivalent to .03 cents) for watching 10 videos(plus ads, there’s an ad in every video), whereas in real survey sites you get rewarded .10 cents to watch a video and .10 cents to just visit a webpage, so there it is again Swagbucks pocketed .97 cents each time they reward you .03 cents.

    Swagbucks is just plain RIP-OFF, so STAY AWAY from it !!!

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    Medusa says:
    July 28th, 2012 at 8:10 am

    You’re being rewarded for doing what you’re already doing on the internet: Searching. If you are looking to make real money, get a real job.

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    Alysia says:

    April 5th, 2012 at 3:00 pm

    This is the ONLY site I have found that only took me a few days until I earned enough points for something good. In a months time I have made 20,000 points or so I spend my entire day on the internet so others may not be close to what I have but I have received $95 in gift cards already like applied to my account and no one can touch it or take it back! I am also waiting on another $50 card and 5 $5 cards too it is well worth the time even if you only spend a few hours a week it all adds up. Plus some are as easy as watching a 20 second video or playing a game or answering a few questions there are so many ways to earn too! Give it a try if you haven’t you can even sign up under me referrals don’t make sign up bonuses but swagbucks will match the search wins any referrals get so thats pretty nice too

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    Taha says:
    April 21st, 2012 at 11:43 am

    Hey I just want to ask you… how did you managed to earn 20,000 points in a month ?? O_O I can barely earn 1000 to 2000 per month, good advice would be much appreciated :) Have a good day

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    Brett says:

    April 4th, 2012 at 6:12 pm

    I used the site for about a month, slowly accumulating “swagbucks.” When I finally tried to redeem a gift-card, they deactivated my account for no reason. They got their customer research, and I got screwed. So they were happy. Scam.

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    Marian says:
    January 9th, 2013 at 11:33 am

    It definetly IS a scam – the same thing has happen to A LOT of other people – they dont like to pay up!

    Joanna says:
    May 16th, 2012 at 9:28 pm

    Swagbucks is definitely not a scam. You should have tried to contact them for a reason on you deactivation.

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    Christopher Farcher says:

    April 3rd, 2012 at 7:22 am

    Swagbucks has many benefits and flaws. First the surveys are third parties that are paying for advertising but Swagbucks should really filter these better. So many of the survey sites don’t give the points are process correctly so you never get your swagbucks for doing the job. Second it takes a long time to actually earn enough swagbucks for money.

    You can find many tips and tricks within swagbucks to earn quicker.

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    Alysia says:

    March 27th, 2012 at 5:42 am

    I have been a member for about 25 days now and I have already received (actually applied to account and everything) $20 in amazon cards already. I am waiting for another $65 to arrive in my account and have enough points for at least another $25 gift card. Basically it is really easy to earn points the pay out is pretty good for most tasks. The points are about $1 = 1 point equivalence for gift cards maybe a little more or a little less depending on what gift card you want.You CAN make actual money with this by doing the paypal gift cards and transferring the balance to your bank account so to me it is worth it I have earned about 13400 points in the little amount of time I have been a member.

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    chronos says:
    May 10th, 2012 at 12:22 pm

    lies! if not elaborate your ingenious system of accumulating points

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    Alex says:

    March 23rd, 2012 at 8:18 am

    Swagbucks is legit, you can earn prizes. But if you work too hard for them (earn too many gifts), they’ll definately deactivate your account for obscure reasons. A good site only if you don’t plan to gain more than a few bucks per month.

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  • Heather says:

    March 11th, 2012 at 1:41 am

    Oh.. and in addition.. beware because 90% of your email invites will be “you can earn xxx Swagbucks if you buy xxx”. Not sure about others, but I actually was thinking of EARNING money on the survey site, not SPENDING.
    So to me it isn’t a survey site, it’s a sales site with a few interesting features.

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    Heather says:

    March 11th, 2012 at 1:35 am

    I’ve tried 5 different survey sites and this by far is the worst I’ve seen. Like some other reviewers, I’ve experienced the 10 minutes of answering just to be “disqualified”…. and this is AFTER I’ve filled out pages and pages of “profile surveys” that allegedly make you get more surveys you are qualified for. I have also experienced major issues with the tasks as well.. spending 15-20 minutes on a couple of them only for it not to give me credit. In addition, if you send a question about these issues, they don’t read past the first 2 sentences– so whatever else you’ve asked will be ignored. (but they so far have resolved the first 2 sentences). Overall, this is a huge waste of time and the only reason I haven’t canceled is because I do somewhat enjoy some of their mindless games.

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    reha says:

    March 5th, 2012 at 1:40 pm

    This website is definitely legit. you have to have TON of patience to be doing the search and the surveys if you’re a person that wants things fast your definitely going to give a bad review. but i have been on their site for 2 years and made over $250 dollars off of amazon gift cards.

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    Miss Safe Browsing says:

    February 23rd, 2012 at 3:23 pm

    You won’t get rich from Swagbucks, but, for minimum effort you will get *some* reward.

    I generally get a new CD about once a month for my troubles – but, BE CAREFUL. There is a whole lot going on under the surface that you need to be wary of…I will list some of the dangers here…

    1. Whenever you go on the Swagbucks site, make sure you are using FIREFOX – and make sure that you have the Firefox add-on ‘Noscript’ installed (Google ‘Mozilla Noscript’ and it should be the first result). (I really WISH someone would write an equivalent for Chrome, which tbh, I prefer).

    The reason for this is that there are LOADS of third party sites running silently in th background. With Noscript, no site will run anything (avoiding anything nasty) unless you let it. You can allow or forbid any domain with a simple click. To be honest, this is an increasing problem on much of the internet, but, Swagbucks is much worse than any other site I’ve ever been on. There may be parts of the site that won’t function….but, you can still get points from a number of things on the site and your computer has that extra little bit of safety.

    2. Do NOT under any circumstances download ANYTHING from the site. The Swagbucks toolbar is, apparently, almost impossible to remove, and there are plenty of ‘make my computer go faster’ type offers on the site. If you download anything, you risk spyware, malware, viruses etc.

    3. Before you take up ANY offers, have a look round the net to see if they are really as good as they seem. For instance, there is an offer from VistaPrint, a company that I use anyway for 250 color business cards for a fiver plus postage. Sounds good, eh? Except that if you go straight to their site, you can get the same for £2.50 plus postage.

    Some of the so-called offers are simply scams.

    I’m sure there are some decent offers in there…but, as already said, look round the net first to see if the offer really is as good as it seems.

    4. Paid Surveys : It’s up to you. Several on here have said they want loads of your details. That’s true. Nothing to do with Swagbucks, these are the details all survey companies ask for, more than anything, for classification purposes. You will get screened out of a LOT of surveys and earn nothing for your time. Again, this is normal for survey companies. Most surveys are simply market research, so, if it’s a survey about, say, yoghurt, they’ll only want people who eat yoghurt regularly. Of course, they won’t tell you that, you’ll get a list of say ‘crisps, rice cakes, fizzy drinks, yoghurt, teacakes’ and be asked which you buy regularly. If you don’t tick yoghurt, it’s bye-bye and you will get nothing.

    4. Purchases : I’ve never made one on Swagbucks, so, it may well be perfectly legit….but, remember that you’re going through at least one other website to get to where you are putting your card details into. Even if Swagbucks are 100% honest (and I have no reason to believe otherwise), this is a potential minefield for hackers.

    As I say, I get a new CD a month for little effort. You can too, but, be aware of the pitfalls. If you’re not web-savvy or tech-savvy, it’s probably not for you, but, if you have read what I have said and are confident that you can avoid the pitfalls, then a few minutes every day can bring you small rewards…

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    namero says:

    January 18th, 2012 at 5:39 pm

    has been using this site for couple of months, and so far managed to get total of $45 amazon gift cards, you will have to spend some time on this site to collect enough points, try it if you would like :)

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    Aaron says:

    January 9th, 2012 at 3:28 pm

    This site is for the web savvy only!!! Swagbucks WILL get you Amazon and Paypal cash, but a few words of warning: 1.)Don’t download anything! 2.)You must be very savvy about web scams if you want to earn anything from the “Special Offers” section. That section has some good and easy points, but a LOT of scams as well(that section is run by various different companies). 3.)Set up a separate e-mail account if you want to sign up for things to get points(a few of the sign-ups are good,but 90% are spam mail). 4.)I don’t bother with the surveys, because Swagbucks takes about half the commission earned from the original survey site and many of it’s surveys suspiciously kick you out after answering a lot of questions.

    All in all, you won’t get money fast, but it earns me enough for beer and electronics that I couldn’t normally afford.

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    Jay says:

    January 2nd, 2012 at 5:56 pm

    Swagbucks is a legit site if your willing to take some time to do some of the things on the site, you will earn swagbucks, the more swagbucks you have the betters things you can get from giftcards to tv’s.

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    Chelseagirl98 says:

    December 31st, 2011 at 10:38 pm

    I just signed up and the site doesn’t work. I completed two tasks that involved answering questions about Websites, and both times I was prevented from finishing because Swagbucks kept telling me I had not opened the other Websites–even though I had. I will not be using the site again.

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    Jo says:

    December 22nd, 2011 at 5:17 pm

    I created my account today and went to work at earning some swag bucks and was very disappointed. I decided to try the surveys and, even though I took my time to answer the questions properly and thoroughly, it kicked me out or “disqualified” me out of every single one I tried. Then I decided to try the tasks. It was the same thing. The instructions clearly stated to select what I would believe to be the best result for researching the topic I needed to search and NOT to click on any link. I was to just copy and paste the green link below the title of the result I chose. On my first submission it said I got one of the questions “incorrect” because the green link was abbreviated since it was too long. The second time I submitted my answers once again it said I got a questions incorrect even though the link was legit. This website is nothing but a waste of time.

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    ram says:

    November 23rd, 2011 at 5:52 pm

    This site is good as long as only one person of the house hold is a member. if you have other members in the family, then they will deactivate all accounts when you redeem your points for any gift. again keep in mind they won’t deactivate as long as you are just using the site. so it’s a waste of time.

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    april says:

    November 5th, 2011 at 2:59 pm

    this website is legit and i love swagbucks

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    Ryan says:

    September 12th, 2011 at 9:41 pm

    I have been with Swag Bucks for a while and they have yet to disappoint me. It is not a scam in any way, If anything had to be a scam, it would be the people providing the offers. If Swag Bucks can’t get a confirmation for what you have completed, then you won’t get the points. But the fault doesn’t go to Swag Bucks.
    With a little bit of time each day, it becomes very easy to rack up some serious bucks. I have done this and I have redeemed some pretty awesome stuff. And shipping is completely free. I love Swag Bucks and so have thousands of others. I hope you found this information helpful!

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    John says:

    September 1st, 2011 at 7:21 am

    So here is my take on Swagbucks. It sounds harmless enough if big companies like Amazon and WalMart are pledging dollars to it. I think its more about learning web users traits online then anything else. Its about creating better target marketing. So they pay a few people to do what they would do anyway,right? But to me it skews any results because users will typically do something not ordinary if they will get paid for it. Would you not watch more video’s and go to different web sites if you received credit for it? As I said Swagbucks obviously tracks you and they have to track you specifically otherwise you could not get paid. So the question in my mind is if you don’t mind Swagbucks tracking your web surfing then I would say its perfect for you. If you would rather not have someone doing so. Then maybe the payback is not enough.

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    Anna says:

    August 28th, 2011 at 6:24 pm

    Pretty good. I earn ten dollars in amazon gift cards a month usually. It’s not bad.

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    Joshua says:

    August 21st, 2011 at 6:12 pm

    Swagbucks is a website that really works. Swagbucks can help even a kid earn prizes and cash if you just search with it daily and vote in their polls. Usually, it takes about 5-10 minutes per day to have an Amazon gift card in no time. It’s at least worth a try.

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