Points4Rewards – Scam or Legit?

Points4Rewards is a GPT site where you can complete surveys, trials, offers, etc. to get points (100 points = $1). Exchange your points for Amazon gift cards (minimum card amount = $10) and get your gift card within 7 – 10 days of ordering it. The admin even pays out early sometimes, which is great! To this day he has never paid late.

I was one of the first members of this site and it’s been great. Active admin, great forum with great posts, plenty of opportunity to snag some Amazon cards. What’s so great about Amazon cards? Many items are free shipping at $25+ and what can’t you get on Amazon? Within the law, at least. =P

Did you know you can stack Amazon gift cards? Add as many gift cards as you need to your order! Or combine a gift card with a credit card for a great deal.

Points4Rewards pays! Click here for proof!

Scam or Legit? Legit. For sure!

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5 thoughts on “Points4Rewards – Scam or Legit?”

    1. I guess you didn’t have time to elaborate on your comment or provide any proof.

      Speaking of proof, just from within the same timeframe as this specific post (from the Related Posts), you can see that I received payment. Check it out here.

      I’ve been a member of Points4Rewards since it opened, and I was a member of SimpleGPT (The other GPT site by the same owner) a good while before that. I’ve been paid multiple times and I’ve never had any issues. 

      Since the time of this post, instant PayPal payments/cash rewards (no longer just points) were also added to the site. 

      Your turn, Ben.

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