PointsPrizes provides a unique and easy way to get a free direct payment, sent to your PayPal account.
You'll be able to earn points by completing offers such as submitting your email address for a company's newsletter or filling out a survey. These points can be exchanged for prizes, such as direct payments to your PayPal account!
Our offers are very easy to complete and within an hour you should be able to earn enough points to get your free code. This is particularly the case if you live in the United States or Europe, where there are plenty of offers available.
No, our offers do not ask you to do anything that could be risky. We screen our offers carefully to make sure that we work with the most respectable advertisers.
Once you've earned enough points you can claim a payment that will be paid directly to your PayPal account.
This is an incredible opportunity to earn money online. As a result we delay making direct payments for up to 30 days, to ensure there are no excessive chargebacks or any kind of abuse. So make sure you're honest and provide the correct information when completing offers. Our sophisticated chargeback system ensures that fraudulent information will not be counted. In particularly abusive cases we will ban accounts.
If you ever encounter any problems or have a question feel free to contact our support team using the live chat box, shown in the bottom right of our website.
We've worked our socks off to develop a platform that allows anyone, including international users, to earn free money online.
In an age where Adblock adoption is spreading exponentially, it's becoming increasingly more difficult for advertisers to reach their intended audience with traditional advertising methods. As the inventory of those without Adblock decreases, the cost of advertising becomes prohibitive.
There are now thousands of brands willing pay you simply for visiting their websites and testing their games, products or services. PointsPrizes is leading a revolution in which the audience itself gets compensated for brand awareness, rather than huge advertising corporations.