RewardPort - Legit or not?

@YamiKiba (939)
United States
February 10, 2011 1:01pm CST
I recently signed up for Rewardport a few months ago. I've been active in and out, but most of their offers require too much personal info, so I just earn a few points every day reading emails. Halfway to earning a $10 Amazon gc though, I'm looking for sites that give out Amazon gcs instead of paypal cash since I don't have a verified paypal anyway. Anyone have any experiences with this site to share? I'd love to hear them good or bad. Just want to know if its worth my time (And I dont mean it takes too long I want to know if people actually got their prizes they saved up for and stuff)
2 responses
@LouieWpHs04 (4560)
• United States
11 Feb 11
Well, I run a GPT site and I have to tell you. Like. Most of the offers on any GPT site seem to like asking for personal information. My site, "getpaidtodotasks.com" allows you to exchange any money you have accumulated into points to use for whatever you may be interested in. Whether it be a giftcard, or an actual physical product. Also in relation to my site I give bonus earnings to active members, as well as competitive GPT site rates. So, I can probably offer you a bit more earnings then you would usually get, and I can pay you instantly if you're active enough within the site as I would work directly with you(via through email or a messenger.) to ensure that you get what you have earned. I also will let you know that you CAN as far as I am aware, RECEIVE money with an unverified paypal account. I believe you just can't use that money for anything(In otherword's you would have to simply withdraw the money from a bank or etc.) In relation specifically to Rewardport, just try googling "rewardport scam" and read what people are saying. From what I have seen.. not too many positive reviews. But I mean, they aren't necessarily calling the site a scam, but incredibly unreliable and unresponsive to emails.. which is never a good sign for a business. This is of course the picture I got from reading into it, perhaps you'll paint a different picture? I personally have never used that site before so I can't say one way or another. Best of luck to you though, and hope you get the prize you worked so hard to get to
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@YamiKiba (939)
• United States
11 Feb 11
Yeah I know I can receive funds from an unverified account, but hey what's the point if I can't use it eh? I don't have a bank account that's entirely my own, it is co-signed under my parents' name from back when I was a kid. And it's mainly used for college tuition and funds. So I can't use it for myself x:. I have around 16 bucks in mine though through money I had earned on mylot a few years ago. I will check out your site for sure as soon as I can. :) Always nice to have interactiveness with site owners. ^^
• United States
11 Feb 11
You could always save funds up in your paypal until which point you can verify your paypal? That could always be a solution? But yeah. Thanks! Hope to see you around. If you get confused on anything just send a support ticket or pop me a message here on mylot.
• United States
11 Mar 12
Reward Port sucks! Still waiting after over 3 months for a lousy $10 "reward" to Amazon! Takes forever to accumulate enough points for a reward, and when you finally do they don't pay out! AVOID!!
@erikmama (12935)
• United States
11 Apr 12
Reward port is a legit site. I have been a member for severak months and my mom and aunt aldo hve ,membershiops. zAlthouhg I have yet to earn a reard my mom has earned 2 Amaxon fgift cards. Even reading the amils sent each daty can earn a gift card in a short amount of time and it is a leguit site I would recommend.