The truth about Lockerz, Cashcrate, and Swagbucks: scam? Legit?!

July 28, 2010 at 4:16 am 2 comments

So one day, I was on my computer, and I came accross 3 “great” or not so great sites. Were they legit, or fake?! If you are an adult 18+ reading this, you should just stop reading right now and stop stop using these types of sites ( if you do use these types of sites ) and get a job (seriously — you should! There are a lot of well paying jobs wating for you, and I KNOW you are good enough to get a well paying job. Everyone is) even if you think you are gonna get some “side cash”, cause’ ya won’t. If you are a kid/teen (17-) then read this.

Firstly, you are probably gonna make more money by doing chores, helping neibours and dong the daily paper route, and even working at Rogers if you are 16+ and live in Canada. If you really want something that is terribly expensive (ex: the iPad) then just bug your parents for it and be very nice to them. If your parents are like mine, they will give in at one point. If you’ve allready bugged them for something reciently, then just wait about 4 months. It would thake a good 5-6 months to get half of the amount of an ipad paid for you on swagbucks. Lockerz just seems to make you watch their ads and their PTZ shop (a.k.a their rewards store) seems to allways be out of stalk. As for Cashcrate, I heard that they bounce checks, so I recommend staying away from them. So do you still wanna waste your time (even if you’re bored) playing a game yar never gonna win, or do yar wanna have fun and enjoy your life?!


Entry filed under: my life.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. Lory Herzberger  |  September 8, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    One thing is that often one of the most common incentives for using your credit cards is a cash-back or maybe rebate offer. Generally, you’ll have access to 1-5% back on various expenses. Depending on the card, you may get 1% back again on most purchases, and 5% in return on purchases made from convenience stores, gas stations, grocery stores and also ‘member merchants’.


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