Name: Gift Hunter Club.
My Score: 5/10.
Verdict: The program is legit and is the perfect opportunity if you’re looking for an easy way to convert your spare time into a little “pocket money”.
Just don’t expect the tasks to pay the bills or make you financially free.
But before jumping into this review…
What’s Gift Hunter Club All About?
Gift Hunter Club (GHC) is simply a program that rewards you for giving up your free time to complete fun tasks on the internet.
‘GHC’ works in 3 simple ways.
- Register as a free member
- Earn points from tasks
- Exchange your points for gifts or money
You can either redeem your points for an Amazon gift card or a PayPal payment. But before you can claim your gifts, you must meet the minimum points thresholds:
- Amazon gift card – 1000 points = $10
- Paypal – 530 points = $5
However, even for the smallest of rewards – you will have to invest a great deal of time into the program, especially when it comes to the free tasks.
The Main Tasks Available For Gifts/Money
There are 4 different ways in which you can generate points/cents with this program.
There are literally 100s of free and paid offers to complete.
To be eligible for points, the offers always set certain terms and conditions such as entering valid info and credit card details, making minimum deposits, and completing “X number” of tasks, etc.
You can earn points through various offer platforms like:
#2 Daily Surveys
There are a number of daily surveys to take part in and share your opinions, and you’ll generate points for the successful completion of each one.
However, there are 3 problems with surveys.
- Some screen you out right off the bat
- They can be quite time-consuming
- They are extremely limited (Only 22 surveys were available on the day I joined ‘GHC’)
There are various jobs available to complete.
You can do stuff like collect data, find and correct business details, find company info, categorize businesses, find employee and company info on LinkedIn, and validate author articles.
However, you don’t get many points for these jobs and they’re also limited.
#4 Invite Friends
You earn points from referring family and friends.
However, you don’t actually make money from bringing in new members. You get 10% of the points they generate for themselves, which contribute towards your gift/cash rewards.
If you bring in enough people, you could make some reasonable money from their activities.
In fact, if you wanna learn new “Online Marketing” skills for recruiting TONS of new members and potentially earning a good income from ‘GHC’…
There’s also a contest board that displays the top members who have brought in the most referrals and as well as completed the most number of tasks.
See an example of the referrals board:
You clearly get to see the rewards they’ve earned.
There’s nothing like a good bit of competition, hey?
Do You Get Any Support?
Unfortunately, there’s no live chat feature or forum available for members to hang out with one another.
But there is a Facebook fan page and Twitter profile for you to follow and connect with the ‘GHC’ guys and possibly members as well.
In addition, inside your member’s area, there’s a FAQ page and also a support tab for submitting a request.
PROS vs CONS of ‘GHC’
- It’s free to join
- Get 75 cents for free when you sign up
- Earn gift cards and money for having some fun
- Earn daily/weekly bonus cents
- Low gift/payment thresholds to reach
- Some tasks offer you very little points
- A number of tasks are limited
- Surveys can sometimes take too long & even screen you out
- A lot of time is required to qualify for any decent rewards
- Some parts of the site combine both English and Spanish together. It’s confusing! For example, I have absolutely no idea what the one line of text says above my ‘GHC’ referral link…
Can you please translate for me? LOL.
My Final Conclusion…
Although Gift Hunter Club is a perfectly LEGIT opportunity for making a buck – many members are only making $10 per week from completing free tasks.
Unfortunately, some tasks are also monotonous, especially surveys and jobs. In addition, surveys and jobs are limited which caps your gift card and Paypal rewards – unless you participate in plenty of paid offers and refer a TON of new members to the program.
When you do the math, $40 per month is a measly figure, considering the number of hours and days you spend doing tasks. It would be more beneficial to actually get a 2nd job.
Whether you’re a teenager, a stay at home mom/dad or even a retiree, don’t degrade yourself with cash reward sites because there are much bigger opportunities on the web for generating a REAL life-changing income (if that’s what you’re after).
Wanna learn how you can turn your hobby or passion into a full-time income with affiliate marketing?…
Your Friend, Neil 😀
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