Gift Hunter Club - Discussion Thread

edited 6 March 2013 at 6:26AM in Boost Your Income
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  • PaskollPaskoll Forumite
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    I have been signed up for a while now and they have always paid very quickly and without any issues, I highly recommend others check them out :)
  • nonudo wrote: »
    Hmm, I'm not sure. First I've heard. There's nothing in their FAQ about points for joining, but then again I can't remember if there ever was FAQ info about that. I've checked their blog and there's nothing there about starter points stopping. I say contact them.

    Apparently 100 is only for the US now, not other countries. That's what I was told anyway.
  • nonudononudo Forumite
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    Apparently 100 is only for the US now, not other countries. That's what I was told anyway.

    Hmm, they should have made that official so everyone knows, especially as it might be part of some people's promotional campaign.

    I AM BRAVE. I JUST DON'T KNOW IT....YET. :)
  • nonudo wrote: »
    Hmm, they should have made that official so everyone knows, especially as it might be part of some people's promotional campaign.

    I know, I thought that too. I signed up after someone said you got 100 points just for signing up, only to be told I'm not in the US so I didn't get it. Others may still get it though if they signed up before me and didn't get it, so it may still be worth asking about?
  • CordieCordie Forumite
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    I received an email yesterday, saying everyone who had joined Gift Hunter Club between 1st May and 11th June were being awarded the 100 bonus points because people were unhappy that it had been stopped without notice.
  • mizzamemizzame Forumite
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    Cordie wrote: »
    I received an email yesterday, saying everyone who had joined Gift Hunter Club between 1st May and 11th June were being awarded the 100 bonus points because people were unhappy that it had been stopped without notice.

    I received the bonus last night, wondered what it was... I joined back in February so I've had my 100 points twice! :j
    £2014 in 2014
    £3,155.66 £2014
    :D
  • cally6008cally6008 Forumite
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    I got 100 points as well but didn't know what it was for :) It meant I could cash out so I wasn't complaining. Lol.
  • edited 17 June 2013 at 1:01PM
    CordieCordie Forumite
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    edited 17 June 2013 at 1:01PM
    Could someone please explain in detail how to cash out using paypal. I am going to say something stupid here but how do paypal know to convert it from dollars into sterling.
  • nonudononudo Forumite
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    Cordie wrote: »
    Could someone please explain in detail how to cash out using paypal. I am going to say something stupid here but how do paypal know to convert it from dollars into sterling.

    Hi Cordie. You'll receive it into your Paypal account in dollars. Paypal doesn't convert it automatically. You have to initiate it yourself using the Currency Converter in Paypal, then it does it for you.

    I AM BRAVE. I JUST DON'T KNOW IT....YET. :)
  • CordieCordie Forumite
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    nonudo wrote: »
    Hi Cordie. You'll receive it into your Paypal account in dollars. Paypal doesn't convert it automatically. You have to initiate it yourself using the Currency Converter in Paypal, then it does it for you.

    Thanks nonudo

    I muddled through somehow and the money is now in my account. I think I probably spent more money on electricity using my computer than I earned on the minijobs but I am going to keep on doing them for now.
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