Free Offers & Trial
Questions Answered: Terry
Entries Client Relations Mgr
Question: Is the gift card really
Rest assured these offers with
name brands represent a genuine offer.
The gift card is fully paid for
by the sponsor, because they get paid when you
complete the survey and/or register for the trial
Question: What are the different types of
Some ask offers you to submit a
zip code first. When you do, you still don't give
out any information and you are
easily able to check out the offer first
before deciding to complete the offer.
Some offers ask for your email.
This is more common because it's how business is
done on the internet. Many people sometimes
use a secondary email like gmail or hotmail for
this and then have one email that is really
personal for close family and friends.
Some offers ask for more
information because the offer needs a mailing
address if it is a trial offer.
Some offers ask for your credit
card or Paypal info if you are making a
Question: This seems to good to be
true, is it?
Sometimes. I recognize how you
could feel this way.
We test the offers from
our sponsors and forbid scams, spam, and spy
We are always
testing the offers on our site and we ask you
to do the same through your feedback. So the
offers that come from the companies on our site
should be safe.
- There are scams
running lately are the one's for these
offers you see on and off line that promote the
"Obama" type bail-outs, free government money and
free grants. These are SCAMs.
When I first started
signing up for offers I was skeptical and learned
how to profit from them.
I quickly realized
that the sponsors view this as another marketing
The sponsors pay
millions of dollars trying to market to you and the
marketplace using different channels.
Have you every
received "junk" mail or watched TV
This is a more direct
mechanism and they are willing to pay you to
receive your information.
What can be better
than free money for contact information they
already probably have?
can I protect myself from junk mail and junk email if the offer
Here is what I
- If the offer just askes for your zip code and you
click enter to get in, you still haven't give anyone any
onformation yet. Now you can really judge the
- If the offers asks for my email, and if I am
uncertain about an offer and want to try it, I just use my
secondary free email like gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail,
- This allows me to check out tons of offers fast
by entering my email address so that I
can grab the ones that I like. I like
them simple, easy, and profitable.
- If I get any junk email, by law, I can
unsubscribe as well. I often don't bother even using my
secondary email if I know the name brand but it is my
Question: How long does it take to complete
Question: Is there a limit on the number of
gift cards I can receive?
- That depends on the
- However, there are lots of sponsors
- That's why I encourage you to
become a SSE Club Member.
- As an SSE Member you will get the
latest information on sweepstakes, offers, & can ask us
Question: I'm thinking about the offer, will
the offer expire?
Question: How much do the trial offers
The cost of an offer ranges
from free to a small shipping and handling
The intent of the sponsor is
for you and others to try a couple of different
things hoping that a small percentage of you like
the product and continue using it.
Once I have received my gift
card, I often simply cancel any offers that I may
not be interested in.
Question: Do you have any examples of how
much the trial offers cost?
Some are free based on a survey
or product testing.
Others are set up so that you
trial the product, like it and then start buying
it, often at discounted pricing.
Some are a rip off and need to
I recently completed a
promotion that took me less than 25 minutes to
complete. I spent less than $25.00 on small offers
that I liked anyway. I received a $500 gift card.
The way I look at it, I made over $475.00 for less
than an hour of my time. I don't know about you,
but I don't earn that much in my day