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Is Swagbucks a Scam or What? – A Must Read Unbiased Review — 10 Comments

  1. It seems the countries that have access to earn with this platform is pretty low. I think the idea behind the creators of this platform is to collect people’s emails and sell to other companies because I know they don’t expect people to actually earn good money from performing tasks that you are paid cents for. I would rather spend my time building an online business than in doing this but for those that feel they can include this in their schedule can always give it a try even if it doesn’t pay much.

    • That’s right Manuel, Swagbucks can be useful to many people out there as in any case it is not a scam. As for the number of countries that allow people to use Swagbucks, not too long ago there were only a handful of them. 

      As you have read it is not my kind of way to earn money online as I have enough free time to be able to dream bigger, how about you Manuel?

      I wish you the very best for your online projects

      John
       

  2. Hey there. Thank you for gathering information on swagbucks. I have spent some time trying to learn ways of making money online. Especially Since being in lockdown. I haven’t come across swagbucks but have seen other platforms like it where you spend 30 minutes filling in a survey and then receive like 20p for doing it. Thanks for the heads up on this one. 

    I have signed up to wealthy affiliate and am loving the simple but effective instructions and am looking forward to creating a high ranking site. 

    • Thanks very much for commenting on my Swagbucks scam review Robert, I am glad that you like it. Yes, indeed there are similar platforms offering to take surveys, however during my research and in my opinion, Swagbucks seems to be the most fair.

      I am glad that you are also a member of Wealthy Affiliate so that you can see the real opportunity of making some serious income from home, not just peanuts.

      Let me know if you have any questions or need any help with Wealthy Affiliate, okay?

      All the best,

      John

  3. I must say I do appreciate your effort you did put on making out a research on swagbucks, you did an amazing job giving out tips on how to actually detect most of these come platforms which goes a long way to prevent people out there from when scammed… I know the pain of being scammed by this rich get quick platforms and it can be so heartbreaking….. thanks once more for sharing your opinion

    • Thanks very much for commenting on this blog post Evans. I am glad that you found it useful and I wish you the very best for your online projects.

      Cheers, stay safe and healthy,

      John

  4. I’ve never heard of Swagbucks before. However, I am not thrilled with the knowledge I learned from this text. I don’t like that you won’t learn any new skills, earning on the platform takes a long time and
    earning a decent amount on the platform will take a long period.
    As I also see, you cannot earn after completing tasks as the system can be fickle and restrict your access. I really don’t like that. The only good thing is that no special skills are needed to be able to cope on the platform, but I still don’t think it’s my cup of tea. Still, good luck to everyone who wants to give it a try!

    • Thanks very much for taking the time to read and comment on my Swagbucks scam or legit program review. I am glad that you found my article informative and that it helped you make a decision about to join Swagbucks or not.

      I wish you the very best for whatever online projects that you may be on.

      Cheers,

      John

  5. I never considered swagbucks a scam, then I read this. While you have agreed it’s not a scam, i now see it as a scam. You get soo little out of it, it is certainly not worth your time. Especially when they are other great options out there. Thank you for this post, it has opened my eyes to the amount of time wasted in swagbucks and other sites of the like.

    • Thanks very much for your comment regarding Swagbucks Kelly. You are quite right, it is not a money making opportunity that one should invest time and money in, especially someone who is new to online businesses. 

      Affiliate marketing is a genuine profession and like any real professions it requires learning, and Swagbucks offers basically no training which makes it rather impossible for a newbie to learn how to make money out of it. Also, someone with some online marketing experience will most likely avoid it as although it is legit, one can regard it as borderline with scammy.

      Hope that you are doing well with what you are undertaking and if you need any advice please do call on my experience at any time.

      Stay safe and healthy,

      John

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