After requests from various visitors, I decided to write a detailed review about Swagbucks.com. I faithfully tried my best to gather all the possible information about Swagbucks but I still cannot claim 100% accuracy in this review. First of all, I would like to mention that Swagbucks currently only registers visitors from the USA, the United Kingdom, or Canada so if you are not from these 3 countries, please don’t waste your time on this topic. Swagbucks is a search-based work online and earns type program. The basic idea is to search and earn points. A point is called a Swag buck. It acts like their currency which is redeemable. You can use it to get prizes from a list available. Every prize has a price in SB (Swag Bucks), if you have sufficient SBs for an item, you can purchase it. So you don’t directly earn the money but you earn redeemable points.
Swagbucks don’t have a membership fee so don’t worry about your money, even if it happens to be a scam, all you can lose is your time spent on it. I haven’t reported any verified scam report about Swagbucks yet but I am still receiving reviews. For example, users say that the redemption prices are too high. Some members say that most of the redeemable things are useless posters and every useful item has too high a redeemed price. Some account locking reports are received but I think it is ignorable that’s because most of the users try to abuse every work online program.
Here are the Registration details for Swagbucks.com:
Yosef gorowitz P.O. Box 2748
Redoado Beach, CA 90278 US
Registrar Name….: Register.com
Registrar Whois…: whois.register.com
Registrar Homepage: www.register.com
Created on…………..: 2007-10-29
Expires on…………..: 2010-10-29
It looks like the website owner resides in the US so most likely it is not going to be a scam unless the address is fake. But US users can easily verify their legit entity. Swagbucks also has a blog where you can find their codes to increase your points. I usually try every work online program before posting a review on the work online forum but Swagbucks refused to register me because I am not from the USA, United Kingdom, or Canada. I will highly appreciate it if you can post a review about Swagbucks in the comments section. Even if you don’t want to register on Swagbucks, revisit this page after a few days and you will find a lot of reviews from our visitors in the comments section.
Conclusion: For the time being, I haven’t received any Scam reports about Swagbucks so you can give it a try. You are only required to search once or twice a day which will take a couple of minutes so I think the risk is not too much however take a look at the comments section which will be updated continuously, maybe you can find a scam report there by the time you visit.