Since you're going to be getting a lot of junk mail you're not going to want it all going to your real email address, so this is what this new email account will be used for.
Step 1: Sign Up Go to: Well, if you follow the directions below there's a site that will send these prizes to you. Once you get there click SIGN UP on the menu bar on the left and fill out your information. I recommend you give them your real one because this is easier for verification.
Also, something many people don't realize is that if you don't see anything you like you can actually send a request for a custom prize.
Just send support a ticket with a link to what you want from and they'll let you know how many points you'll need. * 3 days ago Source(s): i'm a member, & its 100% legit.
They buy the prizes and they get paid by the sponsors that advertise on the site. First thing you need to do is get a "junk" email account. If you give them your spam one you might accidentally delete it.
Since you're going to be getting a lot of junk mail you're not going to want it all going to your real email address, so this is what this new email account will be used for. The site doesn't spam you its all the offers you will be doing that send the junk email. Don't worry too much about this all they need your address for is to mail you prizes.
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