XBOX 360 Microsoft Points Generator
April 4, 2010 12:44pm CST
Are there really such a thing that really works or all of them are all fake?
1 Jun 10
Hey, Generators do not exist it is fake, and anyone who says they do is lying to you for the simple reason this is MICROSOFT we are talking about, i think their security is going to be a little bit better then a little box with a generate button... don't fall for them. I have tried searching for something like that and the only thing ive found so far is this site [url=http://www.rewards1.com/index.php?referrer_id=1667149][img]http://www.rewards1.com/images/referralBanners/03.jpg[/img][/url] Hope that worked... if it didn't http://www.rewards1.com/index.php?referrer_id=1667149 This site is not a generator, you have to do surveys to get the rewards but it doesn't take long at all. I have claimed 2 1200 points cards in the last month, and I can vouch for its legitimacy Best of luck,
• United States
3 Jun 10
I agree with onestop. Xbox point generators do not work. And their creators only want to help themselves. Those so called point generators either want your password, or want to give you a virus. And even if you happen to come across a point generator that works, it will only cause you problems because microsofts security is very hard to get past. and im pretty sure if they find out that you have used a bot or cheat to obtain microsoft points they will most likely ban you from xbox live or something.
27 May 11
Most of this are scams, but recently i found a youtube video that lets you get free MS points. All though the drawback is you can only request 400 MS points a day. It's still not bad though. Heres the video if you like to know: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlOl4HW5eQA
27 May 11
most of them are scam, but i recent found in youtube a exploit that actually works. But the drawback is you can only request 400-1000 MS points and you shouldnt exceed or it will not work anymore. Heres the video on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rlOl4HW5eQA
• United States
2 Jul 10
They are all scams, unfortunately. The reasoning behind this is that Microsoft points are either A) Supplied by microsoft when you spend via credit card, or B) Bought via prepaid cards. Now, you may think that a 'generator' can come up with an authenticated key from a prepaid card that you could use for points, but the fact of the matter is that even the cards themselves are not usable until they are scanned, and activated at a register. So, even if you were to correctly generate a pin from the back of a points card, it would still be useless if that card had not yet been paid for. Does that all make sense?