Legit or Scam?
E Rewards is
an online market research company that's
been in business since 1999. Over the
years they have completed over 20 million
online research studies and have earned a
solid reputation. They stand out from
other consumer opinion panels due to their
In order to sign up with E Rewards you
need to apply for an invitation from one of
their sponsor companies. These include
a variety of large corporations such as
American Airlines®, Blockbuster®,
Continental Airlines®, Delta Air Lines®, and
Hilton HHonors®. The process usually
takes around a week or two and you'll be
notified by email once accepted.
After you become a member of
E-Rewards.com you will begin to receive
emails containing surveys fitting your
interests and demographics. Upon
completion you will earn E Rewards dollars,
these are not equal to real dollar amounts
but can be redeemed for various rewards.
The rewards that you can choose from
include: airline miles, movie rentals,
hospitality points, magazine subscriptions,
dining rewards, retail coupons, and more.
To get the maximum amount of E Rewards it's
important to respond to the emails rather
I've spoken to many E Rewards
members and they only brought up two issues
that they were displeased with. The
first was that some were not receiving as
many emails as they'd like, a common
complaint for all rewards companies, and the
other had to do with expiring E Rewards
Overall E Rewards is a legitimate program
and if you have the time you can use it to
collect some decent rewards. In
addition to using E Rewards for taking
surveys there's another way that you can
make money online from big corporations.
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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints for
Geoff San Francisco
3:22pm on October 29th, 2014
while I don't always appreciate having to answer the same demographic question (age, gender, zip code) a few times on the same survey, I have found the program easy to use and very efficient. I have redeemed many items, and they have been delivered as promised with only one glitch one time, which I could never get adjusted. But, compared to other sites with survey programs, these guys are just fine
3:14pm on October 22nd, 2014
LEAVE WELL ALONE.THEY ARE A LOAD OF RUBBISH.
Don Ventura, CA
5:57pm on October 1st, 2014
I've been a member for at least seven years and have never had a problem. I just checked and a couple of restaurant.com gift cards from 2011 are still waiting for me to redeem. My current redemptions are for People magazine, which my mom, sister and daughter all enjoy. It is now good until September 2015. Not a scam and very good service.
9:10am on September 29th, 2014
E-rewards is a terrible program - I would even say a scam. I joined and started taking surveys. At first all seemed fine. Until I realized I wasn't getting the appropriate credits for all of the surveys that I had taken. To make it even worse, they don't give you a statement that shows how many credits you earned for each particular survey, they just tell you how many credits you have earned for "surveys" as a whole.
In addition, don't bother contacting "member services" about a missing credit - especially if it is a significant one. You will receive nothing but automated responses. And then when you submit an inquiry about how those automated responses didn't answer your question, they will copy and paste the whole list of automated responses which seems to me like a huge "can you not tell we don't care about you?"
I'm not sure how/why certain companies are partnered with them for rewards but I am disappointed that I was urged to join through a program I was already in.
Besides all that, from what I have read, it seems like they also misuse your information. I can't believe I actually gave them some of mine.
E-REWARDS IS A SLIMY, CHEATING, LYING COMPANY. DON'T JOIN E-REWARDS. DON'T WASTE YOUR TIME, DON'T WASTE YOUR ENERGY. JUST DON'T DO IT.
Shushanna Bucharest suburbs, Romania
12:52pm on September 24th, 2014
I`m a gipsy, and like E-rewards US, especially its iPhone app. I earn there Emirates miles via fake ip-address (It`s not available in my native country Romania). Got enough miles for free RT flight already. Wanna fly in Business, and with God`s help in First class Emirates. Got my surveys 1-2 a day, and have a lot of free time to fill`em when I trade on my market place. Good luck to everyone, and choose right redemptions!
maryann smith elkhart, in
7:32am on September 14th, 2014
always use my rewards for Hertz, and have never had a problem...restaurants.com also worked in the past. it i have issues, i just send email, and the problem is resolved.
2:04pm on August 19th, 2014
I've been a member for a few years now, and have never had a problem redeeming a reward. It's either $25 GameStop e-gift card or $25 iTunes code. As soon as I have enough...I redeem. I always take a screen shots of the amount of $$ I have and what I redeem. If I take the time to take a bunch of surveys, I expect to redeem for something...or I will take it to a whole other level ;-)
7:43pm on August 12th, 2014
I've gotten up to $75 and redeemed a $25 Gamestop Gift Card. Talk about hard work. Took a while but I got the damn thing fast after redeeming. That is all I did and that was once so that is all I can say. So good luck I guess.
12:49pm on July 24th, 2014
well i thought they were ok. but now im not so sure i did enough surveys to earn the $60 e rewards needed to buy some hertz gold points. i figured it was worth a shot since it gets you 500 points and that is enough for a weekend day rental. got the reward through and it said it would take a few weeks to post to my account. the points posted to my account on the 17th on july and the very same day a rental was booked using my gold points profile by some company that i have never heard of in a state i have never been to. so im thinking it has to do with e rewards mis using my information
sj buffalo, NY
9:53am on July 20th, 2014
You work and work completing surveys to finally earn enough points to redeem them,and then they disappear with no reward issued. I have used their online "contact us " form 8 times on this one issue and all I get is an automated response back and issue has not been resolved. Points were deducted from my account and no rewards issued. This has been going on over 2 months with no resolution. Stay away, it's waste of time with no actual reward and no other means of contacting the company to resolve it, than their non-responsive "contact us online form"
Marcia New Jersey
9:56am on July 18th, 2014
Surveys are usually organized and easy to complete. The rewards system is a problem, offers are not as good as they might be, and Restaurant.com is a complete scam. Do not opt for e-rewards offers for Restaurant.com. That site only offers limited benefits for e-rewards patrons. e-rewards should not be offering anything from Restaurant.com. There is a class action suit against Restaurant.com for fraudulent practices.
Georgia Columbus, oh
10:07am on July 7th, 2014
I have been spending hours on your surveys, but the rewards are not worth it. They are a big joke! I am sure you can do better, send a check for the real amount I really earned.
Bernice Shepard Pierson, Florida
4:36pm on May 24th, 2014
I have been begging for a pass word in order to log in to my account. I had computer repairs and my e-Rewards were deleted from my computer programs. I never had problems before getting help with a problem. I have made quite a bit of money with e-Rewards and appreciate it. But now I am only getting generic answers to my problems. I have begged them for help but continue to get their generic reply's.
Peach SE United States
12:43pm on April 16th, 2014
E-rewards was okay for a few years. But lately, there have been many more broken surveys. They used to be responsive and helpful if a survey croaked, but I only get a response to maybe a third of my complaints.
Even worse, now I keep seeing where people get to use their points for really good stuff like cards to good stores and Starbucks. My only choices are magazines I either have already or care nothing about or cannot be delivered to rural areas, restaurant.com, Omaha Steaks, the Macy's rip-off $70 for a $25 gift card, or a huge bunch of hotel and airline points that I would never use.
Here's the thing, when I go to the E-rewards home page, there are icons for good stuff like Amazon and Best Buy. When I log in, those icons disappear. I clicked on one for Neiman Marcus and went through all of the steps to redeem my points for that one. Almost done, then I'm asked to sign in again. Everything disappeared and I got an error message.
I am furious. My repeated inquiries regarding this issue are completely ignored and there is no longer any contact information except an onsite email form.
Avoid these scammers.
7:15pm on March 11th, 2014
I have been a member for over 8 years and while there were minor irritations from time to time ERewards performed well. However, beginning in late spring of 2013 things changed. I had joined through HiltonHonors and always redeemed for their points. For 7 years $100 ERewards dollars equaled 7000 HHonors points. Then when ERewards was having all of its computer problems my award chart changed to $125 for 7000 HHonors points. After dozens of very slow to respond emails which finally said the problem was all of Hilton's doing, I contacted HHonors. They very promptly responded that my award chart with ERewards should be $100 for 7000 points just like always! Now ERewards refuses to respond to my emails. I don't know if they have changed hands, moved their customer service overseas to folks that really don't care, or what. But, long story short - they are no longer a reputable organization.
Ronald Jackson CA
3:59pm on March 4th, 2014
Ernest I totally agree with you, this company is a SCAM JOB FROM YOU KNOW WHERE? (there e rewards this time im not cussing) little babies, cant handle so cuss words. Virgina ? you're lying or stupid good luck.Shannon you live where? shut up you don't know diddle E rewards is a scam in the worst form and when you write to them asking about the issue, they send you a standard generated BOT response. more and more companies are doing this and they are leaching off old people and sorts. My suggestion is to boycott these companies for even having E rewards on their agenda's. Im not done with you e rewards you wasted my time and i'm not happy i will find a way to bring you down and that people is worth my time.
Hans Santa Fe, NM
5:42pm on January 22nd, 2014
I have seen posting that call this a "scam". Not true. I have been doing the surveys for a couple of years and have eaten at a number of very good restaurants. True at times a person will not qualified but you will know that within the first minute or two. Small price to pay for acquiring hundreds of dollars in certificates. I am ask to respond to a survey 3-4 times a week, if not more often.
Anon Location unknown
10:01pm on January 16th, 2014
I really hope someone brings a lawsuit against them. After reading the other replies here, I can see a lot of similar comments about what they are doing. Its plain stealing.
Tim Location unknown
9:55pm on January 16th, 2014
E-Rewards used to be ok. They have gone downhill fast the past year.
Most of their surveys you do, you will spend 30 minutes only for it to tell you at the end that you don't qualify, or that they already have enough surveys from your class.
What they are doing is getting FREE surveys taken, and pocketing the money themselves.
They will also claim you finish a survey, only for you to never receive the credit for it weeks later.
They have bad rewards now. The only good reward they have is the Gamestop card, but not long ago they jacked up the survey rewards points required to get it, big time. But that doesn't really matter any more because you can never get rewarded for your time anymore. Its plain stealing and illegal.
Mary West San Jose Ca
9:31am on December 7th, 2013
I am not getting my surveys like I did in the beginning. At the end of one survey I clicked "here" and lost my credit.
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