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InstaGC

Overall Rating: Overall Rating
Type of Business: Gift Card Rewards Program
Skill Level Needed: none
Income Potential: 100 points equal $1.00
Website: http://www.instagc.com/zgap
Recommended: No

InstaGC Review

By David Harris

“InstaGc” found at instagc.com, is a website that offers tasks to do in exchange for points used toward gift cards you can redeem at places like Walmart and Amazon. The site is free to join and open to residents in Australia, Canada, U.K., and the U.S.

Some of the tasks include trial offers, surveys, watching videos, listening to radio, and shopping. InstaGc falls under the category of what’s known as a gpt, or, ‘get paid to’ website.

It is loaded with lots of tasks to do in order to make a modest amount of points relatively quick. One of the most convenient aspects of InstaGc is that it uses an E-giftcards system which means your rewards are sent right to your email inbox.

This electronic system sent through email delivery eliminates many issues other gpt sites have when physically mailing gift cards out. Often, it takes a long time to receive them and sometimes users complain that they never receive them.

However, InstaGC has done away with that hassle and also pays you through Paypal on some of the tasks as well. Navigation through the site is fairly simple, too. It is easy to maneuver around.

There are a variety of gift cards they offer, including Amazon, Walmart, Kmart and more. InstaGC constantly adds new gift cards, so their system is growing. In order to earn the gift card you want you have to do the variety of offers and tasks on the site.

InstaGC uses a system of points. A hundred points total a dollar, and tasks earn you anywhere between 10 to 100 points. It does take quite a few days to earn enough points get a gift card. However, there are no activation fee charges on their gift cards.

There are very few drawbacks with this program worth mentioning. About 10% of people trying to register will be locked out for not having a static IP address. It’s a relatively small amount of users.

If you are on a shared IPS (Internet Service Provider) IP address within a network, this may not function for you as it is not allowed for this service. It is actually a good thing as it protects both the user and the company.

Also, their customer service can be a bit overwhelmed by many users needing help so just be patient. As an alternative, they do provide a user forum which has plenty of helpful members willing to guide you through.

The other main issue is that they lock any offer you complete over 225 points for as much as, and up to, two weeks, including surveys that earn you over those 225 points. It may seem like it makes little sense, but it is their policy.

Just a precaution – if you join through your social media page, like Facebook for example, keep in mind that it is an app, or application, and will want to have you give them all your information on your profile, including your friends list and other data. You can join through your email address if that is an issue for you.

If you like to have hobbies like doing crossword puzzles sedoku and others, this could be something interesting to do in your leisure time – again, as a hobby. There are many people that enjoy taking surveys and taking trial offers who will enjoy InstaGC.

This is not a home business opportunity by any means, but at least you might rack up enough points here and there to go towards your holiday shopping spree through InstaGC’s reward program.

That being said, InstaGC may be a way of making a little more by becoming a referral agent, by which you can refer as many people as you can get to sign up, and earn as your referrals grow.

Even without referral enlistment, one user claims they made a whopping $2,000 in over a year and a half. I do recommend doing the tasks as a fun hobby that pays out modestly, but at least it pays out more than doing a crossword puzzle on your local paper.

I do not recommend “InstaGC”.

Thanks for reading…

- David

 

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Instagc is perhaps the worst of the pic sites. Surveys are usually just scams to get your personal details. The real surveys have NEVER loaded in my case. Best avoided.

Don’t use Instagc unless you have lots of time to kill. Very few activities can be done quickly and half don’t credit when you do complete them. Don’t use radio Loyalty through their site. It didn’t credit at all.

surveygrabber on :

Instagc is legit. I have earn $5 e-amazon cards and used it buy my favorite stuff and even redeemed a $5 e-WalMart gift cards as well.

Instagc is very real I am in Canada and have made $155 as of 4/28/2014 this year alone so far :D

$155 in nearly 5 months? Really? That’s $31 per month. Hope you didn’t spend more than 2 hours per month on that.

There is nothing wrong with Instagc.com. It is an easy way to earn money. earned A LOT on that site. They have upgraded, and you don’t have to put in real info to credit.

HiddenMember on :

Be careful here, whatever you do dont make any typos! They will accuse you of fraud and keep any money earned up until that time

I used InstaGC for a little over a month and a half and earned over $800, but only cashed out about $450 before my account was blocked from further cashouts. I have $405 sitting in my account now. The administrator claims I used fraudulent information on some offers and wants my ID, my 13 year old daughter’s ID and my SSN. I think he’s trying to scam me out of the money I earned and take it for himself. Just a warning. Cash out often if you use this site.

InstaGC is a completely bull site! I thought I was earning quite a bit of good money. However when I tried to redeem my points and get a check in the mail they accused me of fraudulent activity.

“Our advertisers sent us a fraudback (automated notification) that you were using fake/fraud info on offers. The fraudback notice does not trigger from different email usage, as one person can own dozens of different email accounts. It triggers based on fake/fraud names and address.

Advertisers do not pay when fake/fraud info is used. It also damages our relationship with them for providing bad/poor quality. As such, this situation is taken very seriously.”

They want to keep my hard earned cash for themselves!

BIG TIME SCAM!
I earned a little over 37 dollars in a few days on there, they refused to pay me, no reason just flat out refused!
avoid at all cost.

 

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