With this LifePoints review, we will discuss and overview everything related to the rewards program, including the pricing and rewards they have to offer. With such a huge amount of rewards programs available, it can be complicated to find one that is not only effective in all ways but also one that suits your lifestyle. I mean, rewards programs should be a little something on the side, not your entire life. To not take any more of your time than necessary, let us begin with the review.
What is LifePoints?
LifePoints is a rewards program, where one fills in surveys and so forth to gain life points which can then be exchanged for rewards such as gift cards or even cash.
Who are the Founders?
Life Points was co-founded back in 1946 by Frank Chen, Ethan Foy, and Jayden Irwin. Ethan Foy is the current CEO of the program, and not much about the two other co-founders has been revealed since the program was first established.
What Does It Cost?
It is completely free to join the Life Points community and program, as it is a free rewards program. There are no costs in joining, however, there are certain tasks and so forth inside the program that may charge you, but you can choose to not complete these.
There are no up-sales of any kind, especially considering that the program is totally free. The only costs you might encounter are when you have to pay for a task, but it is optional nevertheless.
A Short History
In 1946 the National Family Opinion was founded and it conducted its first-ever research study. Since then the program has been updated, changed, developed, and so forth, turning it into a community of people who conduct research studies, aka surveys, and in turn, get rewarded with life points which can be exchanged for rewards such as gifts cards, or even cash with the use of Paypal.
Scam or Legit?
Even though there might be people who believe so, LifePoints is not a scam. Yes, it can be hard to gather the points, and yes, it can take a bit of time to gather enough points, but nevertheless, the points can be gathered and exchanged for rewards. Now, as for the rewards, gift cards to stores such as Amazon, or exchange them for real cash. The moral of the story, it isn’t a scam.
What About Support?
LifePoints has an email support service, and that is about it for the support. They do, on the other hand, have a community where one can ask for help, should it be needed. Not very active but still.
What kinds of tasks does one have to complete?
Life Points is survey-based, with no other ways to earn points. It is literally fill-in surveys and that is it. Apart from surveys they also have “polls” or quizzes on the site to keep busy with. Please do note though, that no rewards will be earned for polls or quizzes, they are just for entertainment.
What kind of rewards do they offer and how does one get paid?
Life Points does not have that big a range of rewards to choose from. Rewards only come in the form of gift cards to major stores such as Amazon, or exchange via Paypal. There is furthermore, the option to donate all rewards to a charity, which is awesome.
LifePoints Review – Pros
- Most rewards programs are limited to certain countries, but not LifePoints. It is available in most places.
- LifePoint’s user interface is easy to understand, and simple to use. No Confusions.
- Surveys reward quite a few points. Actually, their surveys are among the highest “paying” ones.
- The sweepstakes offer great rewards for those who win them.
- Yes, surveys can pay a bit more, but that is when you get one. Survey access can be a rare occurrence, especially in certain countries.
- They have a very high disqualification rate, meaning that even if you do get a survey, the chances you will be disqualified are high.
- You need quite a bit of life points before you can exchange it for cash or gift cards. To be quite honest, you need at least 10,000 points to get just $5, which is absurd, as it can be quite hard to earn the points in the first place, especially in some countries.
It will take some time to earn a decent amount with the program. I guess some countries will have better luck than others and obviously, it will depend on how you fill out your profile. Personally, I lost patience with it as it seems that surveys are few and just not worth the effort to log in each day just to be disqualified for a survey anyhow. On the bright side, the program is not a scam and I would recommend combining it with other programs like PrizeRebel and Swagbucks if you want to earn a decent amount. I think it is worth it to support LifePoints since one can donate earnings towards a good cause.
Remember, this type of reward program is not a way to earn a full-time income but rather a means to supplement your current income. In addition, your location, profile, age, and sometimes gender will determine how much you can earn with a rewards program. Not everyone will get the same amount of surveys or earn the same amount of rewards.
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