Whats Wrong With Me!!!!

Discussion in 'Disney Rewards Programs' started by mommyoftwinfants, Jan 18, 2007.

  1. mommyoftwinfants

    mommyoftwinfants DIS Veteran

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    I am trying so hard to get the nerve to actually sign up for something but I have never made the big bucks for a trial, I keep telling myself that it will be OK but just can't do it, I sit here with my notebook ready to write everything down, like when I signed up or need to cancel but just can't make myself do it. I hate being such a chicken, I passed up the psychic thing where you just had to chat online. I passed up the ink offer one and countless others counting this new Oprah's trainer one. GGGGRRRRR!!!!! why can't I just get the nerve to do it, I would really like to sign up for the scholastic ones and keep those but just can't do it. What really drives me nuts is I am just letting all this extra "Disney vacation" money just pass by me.
     
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  3. lilangel

    lilangel Mouseketeer

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    :scared:Me too! I'm too afraid I will forget to cancel them.I did do the 4inkets & PetcareRX at SR for any purchase recieve $7.00 credit..I needed the ink and I got a toy for my pooch:)
     
  4. MrSanderz

    MrSanderz It all comes of liking honey so much

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    I just joined SR and QR in October and I was nervous at first too. I thought, I'm just gonna do paid clicks and shopping. Then I did a Scholastic-easy-so I did about 5 more of those. After reading these boards I tried a couple offers that others had done. Well, I've earned over $215 so far and haven't gotten burned yet on an offer (I read the fine print very carefully). I just do one offer at a time. I wait until I cancel one before I sign up for another so I don't get confused. They are addicting now because the money is so easy. I still can't believe that someone will pay me $15 for a FREE trial.

    Just bite the bullet and try one. You'll love seeing that money in your account and you never know when this gravy train will end.
     
  5. sammielynn

    sammielynn DIS Veteran

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    I was the same way at first. I just could not make myself do any offers because I was afraid of getting stuck. I do no more than three at a time and try to pick those carefully so I can take on day and cancel them all in one day. I watch my calendar carefully to make sure that the cancellation dates are not on a day I know I have a full schedule. So far so good.
    I do find that I have to be in the right mood to sign up for anything. I have gone all week without signing up for anything because I work at a college and our semester has just started. During the first week of classes I tend to be very busy.
    Jump in and try just one. You may just get hooked.
     
  6. faithhope

    faithhope Tigger's Bouncing Buddy

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    I'm the same way... nervous to try... afraid I'll lose more money then I make...
     
  7. Magical JenK

    Magical JenK DIS Veteran

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    ME TOO! But last night I signed up for a few!! That's right...a FEW!! I did the Bob Greene's on QR for $15 & was credited w/in 15min!! I couldn't beleive it!! I see some pending charges on my credit card, but I can't see the detail! Do any of you know if I can cancel them even if they're not on my credit card yet (and I got credit on the reward site)? Or is it best to wait more than 24 hours?! :0)
     
  8. quickrewards.net

    quickrewards.net Mouseketeer

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    I am glad you got the credit fast. I suggest you wait 24 hours or more to try the product, but if you know that you will not have the time to cancel it on the next day then you should just do it today. The charge on your CC should show up within a few hours after the CC authorizes it.
     

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