What is Swagbucks?
Ever since introducing my YouTube viewers to SwagBucks.com, I have been receiving a swarm of inbox messages and video comments questioning if SwagBucks is a scam. See video.
Simple answer to that is NO, it is not. I have been able to purchase a number of items using Amazon.com giftcard that I have won using Swagbucks. My most recent purchases were Seche Restore Thinner, Z-Palatte Customizable Makeup Palatte, and Nail Art Rhinestones and Storage Box.
How it works?
SwagBucks is just like Google. Actually, it is powered by Google and a few other search engines. You simply collect points/bucks for using the SwagBucks search engine (www.swagbucks.com) to conduct genuine searches. Be aware, frivolous searches will not render any bucks being awarded. Once you have enough bucks in your account, you simply go to the SwagStore and make a purchase. I choose to purchase gift cards, but there are a plethora of other items that can be purchased. Below is a screenshot of an Amazon giftcard I cashed my swagbucks in for.
Swagbucks does not:
1. Sell your information
2. Install spyware on your computer
3. SPAM your inbox
1. Act as a search engine
2. Allow you to win bucks that can be used towards reward/prizes in the swagstore
3. Helps to keep your hard earned $$ in your pocket (since you will be spending swagbucks instead)
4. Start you off with $$$ Swagbucks when singing up using link provided in this blog