Sim, January 7, 2018
Review of : CheckPoints.com
Use : Rewards App
Wasy to Earn
Overview: CheckPoints is not the best app of its kind. But, you can earn some spending money quite easily. The main way to earn with it is by checking in into stores and scanning items. You basically are performing missions for brands and stores.
It’s an app you use to earn points doing simple tasks (watching videos, taking surveys, playing games…). Those points can be exchanged for gift vouchers for several places such as Amazon, Walmart and others.
The main way to earn with it or what made it “famous” is the ability to earn money by performing missions for brands and shops. You are asked to check in into local stores in your area and scan items, promotions and stuff like that.
The app and website are owned by a company called inMarket LLC. You can learn more about them here.
It’s a legit app. No worries about not getting paid. The only downside is that you can’t withdraw real cash. You absolutely need to get gift vouchers.
Well, it’s “easy” money. In the way that you don’t need any special skill. All you got to do is sit back and transform yourself into a little robot making cents.
The referral program is crap. You don’t earn much money. You can’t sign-up from the website homepage. Tons of technical problems with the app.
What else? You can’t get real cash out of it, most of the gift vouchers suck, low earning potential, earning points is hard and take long.
All in all, I wouldn’t use this app. There are many others that are better.
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The referral program works differently than all the other lookalikes I’ve seen so far.
Basically, you make every point your referrals make during their first 2 weeks and after that, nada. So, you better get them to earn thousands of points fast because otherwise you won’t be making much from them.
It’s still considered as a “new” app. Meaning it hasn’t been around for that long and it might or might not be a risky place to invest your time.
What’s your take on CheckPoints? What other rewards apps are you using?