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Bonus & offers: Earn Crypto (Page 30)

Topic created on 02nd Feb. 2023 | Page: 30 of 35 | Answers: 513 | Views: 46,697
Hanshanshans
Expert
roccoammo11 wrote on 17.04.2024 at 12:33:Did you get the money immediately?

I haven't used the Cashback offer yet. But I already got the reward for reaching level 2. It was only 7 cents, but it was immediately in my Freecash account.

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Mrdripdoc
Rookie
Currently another Freecash Event where you can earn some extra money with Stake credit

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Falke
Expert

Mrdripdoc wrote on 19.04.2024 at 19:08: Currently again Freecash Event where you can earn some extra money with Stake credit

Yes, but about 30% of all tasks are not tracked for me and in the most inexplicable way. Example: I make an in-app purchase and immediately receive the Cashback for it. I make the next purchase and suddenly no longer receive the cashback.


I complete levels 5 and 10 and get just a few cents. Then I complete level 15, which would give me 30 dollars, and suddenly it doesn't work again.

Somehow it's quite a scam.

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x00NY
Elite

Falke wrote on 20.04.2024 at 16:15:

Yes, only about 30% of all tasks are not tracked for me and in the most inexplicable way. Example: I make an in-app purchase and immediately get the Cashback for it. I make the next purchase and suddenly no longer receive the cashback.


I complete levels 5 and 10 and get just a few cents. Then I complete level 15, which would give me 30 dollars, and suddenly it doesn't work again.

Somehow it's quite a scam.

Didn't you want to give up the whole thing months ago? Now you're still using it

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roccoammo11
Expert
it is & remains a mystery how you can get something for level 5 & 15 but not for level 10...
it's even more annoying when the ticket doesn't work after you've been waiting for what feels like a hundred years...
you don't have to do all that...

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MisterL
Expert
well, nobody wants to be the first to go down

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x00NY
Elite

MisterL wrote on 20.04.2024 at 18:53: well nobody wants to be the first to go down

Don't forget to water the plants

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dazzle_tea
Amateur

roccoammo11 wrote on 20.04.2024 at 18:08: it is & remains a mystery how you can get something for level 5 & 15 but not for level 10....
it's even more annoying if the ticket doesn't bring anything after waiting for what feels like a hundred years...
you don't have to do all that...

it's true, you don't have to do any of it. but i still find the level at which people are methodically screwed over really awesome (everywhere on these platforms, even on cointiply where everything runs smoothly for me, for example, others have the same issues)

if you consider that in countries that don't offer a social safety net, this option is used as a way of earning a living (because in some cases it's the only way), then it takes on completely different dimensions.

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Falke
Expert

dazzle_tea wrote on 21.04.2024 at 16:16:

that's right, you don't have to do anything. but i still find the level at which people are methodically screwed over really awesome (everywhere on these platforms, even on cointiply where everything runs smoothly for me, for example, others have the same issues)

if you consider that in countries that don't offer a social safety net, this option is used as a way of earning a living (because in some cases it's the only way), then it takes on completely different dimensions.


The idea is basically really good. You play game apps and get paid for it. And sometimes it even works quite well.


The problem is the incomprehensible arbitrariness. How can you first be tracked and then suddenly no longer be tracked? I now have 7 tickets open, all for games where the installation has already been paid for and at least one quest as well. I get the Cashback for the second in-app purchase, but not for the first. Or, the first levels work and then the level for which you get the most cashback suddenly doesn't work again.

The Freecash chat is completely useless. They just click on copy & paste and don't even read through what you've written.

Tickets are rejected completely without explanation, no matter how logical and comprehensible it is that you are in the right. You then no longer have the chance to appeal, but the decision is final. And being paid for level 100 but not for level 90 is the Tip of the iceberg. You just feel really screwed.

That's why I've decided to wait and see what happens with the 7 tickets that are still open. If the majority or even all of them are rejected, I'll get my lawyer involved.

That may sound a bit drastic, but I've thought about it carefully and have already decided to do so. I hate nothing more than injustice and being taken for a fool.
Freecash makes an offer. Play this and get that in return. It doesn't say, maybe you'll get this, or maybe you'll get this or that. And I'm fed up with operators like Freecash being able to take liberties that no other company would ever have.

When I order something from Amazon, I receive the item. Imagine if Amazon only shipped 50% of their items and everyone didn't care because... yes because actually? Why do people just accept the fact that sites like Freecash cheat you out of 50% of your revenue? You have to make in-app purchases for many tasks and I don't see why you should just sit on several hundred dollars.

If I add up the casinos I haven't paid for yet and the 7 tickets, that's around €600 that I haven't been paid out. With any other company, you wouldn't even think about taking legal action here. I see absolutely no reason not to take legal action against Freecash as well.

Incidentally, Freecash is a German company. It's also interesting that Freecash advertises illegal casinos. For some reason, they fall under the radar here too. While the GGL warns websites that advertise illegal casinos, Freecash is even allowed to offer this with the promise of a cashback. While Gamblejoe and many other sites have to fear legal consequences, Freecash once again seems to have complete freedom.

And all of these points mean that I'm in over my head and if they don't respond to the lawyer's letter, I'll take them to court.

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Blubbo33
Elite

Falke wrote on 21.04.2024 at 17:44:

The idea is basically really good. You play game apps and get paid for it. And sometimes it even works quite well.


The problem is the incomprehensible arbitrariness. How can you first be tracked and then suddenly no longer be tracked? I now have 7 tickets open, all for games where the installation has already been paid for and at least one quest as well. I get the Cashback for the second in-app purchase, but not for the first. Or, the first levels work and then the level for which you get the most cashback suddenly doesn't work again.

The Freecash chat is completely useless. They just click on copy & paste and don't even read through what you've written.

Tickets are rejected completely without explanation, no matter how logical and comprehensible it is that you are in the right. You then no longer have the chance to appeal, but the decision is final. And being paid for level 100 but not for level 90 is the Tip of the iceberg. You just feel really screwed.

That's why I've decided to wait and see what happens with the 7 tickets that are still open. If the majority or even all of them are rejected, I'll get my lawyer involved.

That may sound a bit drastic, but I've thought about it carefully and have already decided to do so. I hate nothing more than injustice and being taken for a fool.
Freecash makes an offer. Play this and get that in return. It doesn't say, maybe you'll get this, or maybe you'll get this or that. And I'm fed up with operators like Freecash being able to take liberties that no other company would ever have.

When I order something from Amazon, I receive the item. Imagine if Amazon only shipped 50% of their items and everyone didn't care because... yes because actually? Why do people just accept the fact that sites like Freecash cheat you out of 50% of your revenue? You have to make in-app purchases for many tasks and I don't see why you should just sit on several hundred dollars.

If I add up the casinos I haven't paid for yet and the 7 tickets, that's around €600 that I haven't been paid out. With any other company, you wouldn't even think about taking legal action here. I see absolutely no reason not to take legal action against Freecash as well.

Incidentally, Freecash is a German company. It's also interesting that Freecash advertises illegal casinos. For some reason, they fall under the radar here too. While the GGL warns websites that advertise illegal casinos, Freecash is even allowed to offer this with the promise of a cashback. While Gamblejoe and many other sites have to fear legal consequences, Freecash once again seems to have complete freedom.

And all of these points mean that I'm in over my head and if they don't respond to the lawyer's letter, I'll take them to court.

Don't take offense, but I think it's your own fault.

Think about how often you complain or fuss about this stupid site!

How long are you going to play this game?

Just realize that things are not right there!

Aren't you and weren't you the one who, just like me, admonished others to stop complaining when casino xy doesn't pay out or makes Verification more difficult and so on?

Then take that to heart for yourself!

Of course, everyone can and should do what they think is right, but if I'm constantly devoting myself to a site like this and wasting so much of my life, I think it's hard to help!

But we'll probably read another 20 complaints about it!

Have fun and good luck!

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Falke
Expert
Blubbo33 wrote on 21.04.2024 at 18:31:

Don't take offense but I think it's your own fault.

Think about how often you complain or fuss about this stupid site!

How long do you want to play this game?

Just realize that things are not right there!

Aren't you and weren't you the one who, just like me, admonished others to stop complaining when casino xy doesn't pay out or makes Verification more difficult and so on?

Then take that to heart for yourself!

Of course, everyone can and should do what they think is right, but if I'm constantly devoting myself to a site like this and wasting so much of my life, I think it's hard to help!

But we'll probably read another 20 complaints about it!

Have fun and good luck!

You're right, I could just leave it at that.


I did for a long time when all the casinos weren't working. I recently got a new tablet and then started downloading two apps. They have all worked well so far. As it is sometimes quite easy to reach a level with in-app purchases, I downloaded more apps.

The games were great fun and some rewards were also paid out. And then all of a sudden the problems start: suddenly nothing works anymore in the games where everything worked before.

If I could only begin to understand why it wasn't working or what the error was, then I wouldn't have a problem with it at all. But the fact that they are obviously cheating and don't even provide an explanation makes me angry.

I'm not really concerned about the money, but about this injustice and how they can act so unchallenged with this scam. They rip off thousands of people every day and nobody does anything about it. And they do it in a perfidious way because one or two tasks are paid out.

So I can understand your point quite well. I've reached the point where I'd be really interested to see how they react to the lawyer's letter and how a court case would turn out. Because I'm pretty sure that it's not legal what they're doing and they can't talk their way out of it.

At the end of the day, Freecash is running a business and therefore has to abide by the agreements. I'm very surprised that they don't seem to be subject to any controls.

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gamble1
Legend
Falke wrote on April 21, 2024 at 7:04 pm:
You're right, I could just leave it alone.


I also had a long time when all the casinos didn't work. I recently got a new tablet and then started downloading two apps. They have all worked well so far. As it is sometimes quite easy to reach a level with in-app purchases, I downloaded more apps.

The games were great fun and some rewards were also paid out. And then all of a sudden the problems start: suddenly nothing works anymore in the games where everything worked before.

If I could only begin to understand why it wasn't working or what the error was, then I wouldn't have a problem with it at all. But the fact that they are obviously cheating and don't even provide an explanation makes me angry.

I'm not really concerned about the money, but about this injustice and how they can act so unchallenged with this scam. They rip off thousands of people every day and nobody does anything about it. And they do it in a perfidious way because one or two tasks are paid out.

So I can understand your point quite well. I've reached the point where I'd be really interested to see how they react to the lawyer's letter and how a court case would turn out. Because I'm pretty sure that it's not legal what they're doing and they can't talk their way out of it.

At the end of the day, Freecash is running a business and therefore has to abide by the agreements. I'm very surprised that they don't seem to be subject to any controls.

Do you always pay attention to the time limit? Some orders have a limit of 30 days or 14 days


Basically you are right but they will tell you they are a DE company but the site has a .com domain the information about the company behind it is available in English and just because they operate from Germany the offer is not only aimed at German users so every user has to check if he is allowed to take advantage of offer XYZ

I am currently working on a similar site or it is almost finished and my lawyer has more or less tailored a tutorial for me that would allow me to broker non-German casinos from Germany, so I think they will have secured themselves in a similar way

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dazzle_tea
Amateur

Falke wrote on 21.04.2024 at 17:44:

The idea is basically really good. You play game apps and get paid for it. And sometimes it even works quite well.


The problem is the incomprehensible arbitrariness. How can you first be tracked and then suddenly no longer be tracked? I now have 7 tickets open, all for games where the installation has already been paid for and at least one quest as well. I get the Cashback for the second in-app purchase, but not for the first. Or, the first levels work and then the level for which you get the most cashback suddenly doesn't work again.

The Freecash chat is completely useless. They just click on copy & paste and don't even read through what you've written.

Tickets are rejected completely without explanation, no matter how logical and comprehensible it is that you are in the right. You then no longer have the chance to appeal, but the decision is final. And being paid for level 100 but not for level 90 is the Tip of the iceberg. You just feel really screwed.

That's why I've decided to wait and see what happens with the 7 tickets that are still open. If the majority or even all of them are rejected, I'll get my lawyer involved.

That may sound a bit drastic, but I've thought about it carefully and have already decided to do so. I hate nothing more than injustice and being taken for a fool.
Freecash makes an offer. Play this and get that in return. It doesn't say, maybe you'll get this, or maybe you'll get this or that. And I'm fed up with operators like Freecash being able to take liberties that no other company would ever have.

i don't actually think it's too awesome, because they're simply ripping people off with calculation and relying on the fact that no one complains. i think these kinds of wankers are the worst of all. precisely because it's ice-cold calculation. of course, it's possible that this will have further consequences for offers of this kind in general - but i'm almost convinced that the non-payout rate will be increased anyway until someone puts a stop to it.
it's actually a good thing, but in live and color fraud. period.

have you ever researched whether there have been any complaints/experiences?

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dazzle_tea
Amateur
wanker is automatically xed out. funny, didn't realize it before.

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dazzle_tea
Amateur

gamble1 wrote on 21.04.2024 at 19:23:

I am currently working on a similar site or it is almost finished and my lawyer has more or less tailored a tutorial for me which would allow me to mediate non DE casinos from DE so I think they will have secured themselves similarly

old woe betide you if you don't answer the tickets personally. haha

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