Spin A Wheel, And Win. No Cost, No Complaints, Lots Of Winners.

@OUT2WIN (669)
United States
October 16, 2007 1:59pm CST
Moola.com has a similar method on the spin and win thing, but the deal with this site is that you search on their site, activate a wheel with lots of points on it, and spin it to reap the rewards. These points are subtracted at the end of each month and entered into a contest for all sorts of prizes and money. I was a little iffy about another site like "netwinner" or "freemoneywheel" but, this is nothing like either of the above sites and you don't have to watch comercials or wait for the numbers to be generated. Just do a search, and thats it. If you would like the link, just ask and I'll pm you. Also, I almost forgot, every search you do you get a chance to instant win a prize or cash. They give out gift cards, IPods, and cash randomly just for searching. Pretty cool. Like I said, If you want the link, just ask.
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@stvasile (7317)
• Romania
16 Oct 07
Sadly, Moola is not available for citizens of many countries. I tried joining once, got invited and everything but they wouldn't allow me to join.
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@OUT2WIN (669)
• United States
16 Oct 07
Moola is suppost to go global sometime in 2008 and as soon as it does, I'll be sure to drop you an invite. This site isn't a game playing site, you just do a search through their engine, and receive points for your searches. You get a wheel that will appear from time to time and it has large amounts of points on it. I've never been a fan of "point" sites but like I was saying, this seems different and Many people win daily just by doing a search on anything. I can't remember where you from, but i'm gonna look at your profile and check the site to see if your eligable for the site. I'll let you know in a few minutes either way. Once I get 5 friends (referrals) I get a free lifetime membership. What does that entail? Well I'll get more points per thing I do, be more eligable for prizes, and make more off my referrals point totals. I'll let you know the prognossis when I find out. Later friend.
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@OUT2WIN (669)
• United States
16 Oct 07
Again yet another place that only covers US, Canada, or United Kingdom. Sorry friend, If they update the area I'll let you know. You get screwed alot because of your location don't you? It seems that most of the good sites are only valid for above mentioned areas. If I find a site that pays over there, I'll mail you and let you know.
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