Other Earning Opportunity TesterJob - Earn money and get free items from Amazon by reviewing them

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Is anyone else using this site, I've been using it for the past couple of months and can't see a thread for it on search. It's really great though, basically there's items on there that they want reviewing so you get a free item and they get the review. You can do up to 10 items a month and as well as the item you get to keep you get between £1-5 for doing the review normally. Sometimes you just got 'goldstars' which has a monetary value and can cash in but you always get the items. Some are worth £300+ pounds and decent!

Here's my ref link if you want to sign up and get an extra £5 too!

Here's a couple of screenshots of the sort of things that pop up, there's a lot of stuff you don't really want but then always a few things that are useful to have!

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Skeptic incoming...

I’ve used your link and signed up. I’m waiting to be verified. So if I do the Prepay thing instead of me buying the product and waiting to be refunded, they will send me the money to buy the product?

More importantly, they’re going to send me a product worth £300+ that I can keep? For nothing? And pay me on top? Or have I missed something?
 

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Thanks, if you use the prepay thing they'll send you the money, then you can buy the product but this way you will get less of a reward

Those ones will go quick if you're talking about the watch one, but yes you'd get it for free, but one that one you won't get a straight cash but the goldstars. If I were you I'd start with a prepay one first so you see how it all works and do a couple of lower valued ones if you're sceptical. I've always got paid about 3-5 days after I do the review.
 
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Thanks, if you use the prepay thing they'll send you the money, then you can buy the product but this way you will get less of a reward

Those ones will go quick if you're talking about the watch one, but yes you'd get it for free, but one that one you won't get a straight cash but the goldstars. If I were you I'd start with a prepay one first so you see how it all works and do a couple of lower valued ones if you're sceptical. I've always got paid about 3-5 days after I do the review.
I’m just thinking why would they send me a £300 item for nothing?
 

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I’m just thinking why would they send me a £300 item for nothing?
It's not for nothing, you have to review the item you get sent. Most items are worth between £10-30 normally anyway and higher priced items will go in a flash. It's for new products listed on amazon to boost up the rankings I assume. As I said if you're unsure, then start with lower price items and see how it goes, I've got over 20 items for free so far and made around £50 from them.
 
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This whole thing is just so wrong

I get it's a way to make money but writing fake positive reviews for amazon just doesn't sit well with me
 

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It's not for nothing, you have to review the item you get sent. Most items are worth between £10-30 normally anyway and higher priced items will go in a flash. It's for new products listed on amazon to boost up the rankings I assume. As I said if you're unsure, then start with lower price items and see how it goes, I've got over 20 items for free so far and made around £50 from them.
Do you sell the items as well?
 

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This whole thing is just so wrong

I get it's a way to make money but writing fake positive reviews for amazon just doesn't sit well with me
I understand what you mean, but every product I've recieved so far has actually been great and I would have rated it positvely, i normally can't be bothered rating but as you're getting paid I'm all for it. It definitely sits better with me than the 'adult jobs' though when you're playing with peoples emotions and feelings and conning them out of money.
 

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Do you sell the items as well?
I haven't yet as I normally use the things I've got, like laptop chargers, phone screens, all sorts of vitamins and protein drinks, gifts for presents etc..
 

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what happens if you get an item and leave it a 1 star review saying it's a load of crap?
 

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what happens if you get an item and leave it a 1 star review saying it's a load of crap?
If you're unhappy with the item you can get in contact with the site and they'll help sort any issues, I haven't had to do that yet though
 

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How long has it took you to make £50?
 

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If you're unhappy with the item you can get in contact with the site and they'll help sort any issues, I haven't had to do that yet though
right but if you actually wrote what you felt which is that it's a 1 star product would you still get paid?
 

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right but if you actually wrote what you felt which is that it's a 1 star product would you still get paid?
Yes
How long has it took you to make £50?
As i said in the OP I've been doing it 2 months, it's not a quick earner but you can get a few quid a month and some free products for very little work
 
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Yes

As i said in the OP I've been doing it 2 months, it's not a quick earner but you can get a few quid a month and some free products for very little work
I’m going to try it on the Prepay thing when they verify me. I don’t care about leaving a fake review anyway, like you say Adult chat jobs are worse and I’m still doing that :/
 
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I understand the reservations, but I only tend to get things I want to use on there, here's my list of things I've got recently, with withdrawals etc.. :)

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I use to use this site and similar sites and made quite a bit of money selling the stuff until my amazon account got blocked from reviewing so just be aware of that aspect.
 
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I use to use this site and similar sites and made quite a bit of money selling the stuff until my amazon account got blocked from reviewing so just be aware of that aspect.
Yes I remember using a similar site a few years ago and it was part of Amazon’s terms at the time that you had to state in your reviews that you received the item for free in the review. I think there was specific wording that I needed to include in the review. If there isn’t something similar for this company then I would imagine it would be against Amazon’s terms.
 

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This whole thing is just so wrong

I get it's a way to make money but writing fake positive reviews for amazon just doesn't sit well with me
Isn't this against Amazon's guidelines?
 

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