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Paid Game Player Review: One to Avoid

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PaidGamePlayer.net is an older looking site that states that you can earn extra cash by reviewing online games, trying name brand products as well as completing surveys.  Yes, it’s yet another way to make money, but the true question here is if it’s worth your time.

As in all of my reviews, I love to dive deep to hopefully save you time or find you something worth your time.  I sign up, play around with it and then report back my findings.  I’m always 100% honest, I’m straight to the point and I promise you that I won’t lead you in any way or form.  I just don’t work that way.

If you’re looking for a way to make some money on the side, then let’s dive in and see if PaidGamePlayer.net is worth it.

What is PaidGamePlayer.net?

According to the official website, it’s a company that pays you to play games.  You can win cash prizes as well as earn via online game reviews, trying products as well as referring friends.  They also have a premium membership where you can receive additional membership benefits, such as a sign-up bonus, 2x point multiplier and more.

The website is operated by PaidGamePlayer.com, LLC, which has a mailing address based in Geneva, New York.  I couldn’t find much about them other than this, but it doesn’t always mean it’s a scam.  In some cases, you may find that the company doesn’t talk about themselves all that much and you have to head to third-party websites to find out more.

To be honest, the website didn’t seem that promising as everything was outdated.  I’m talking about 10 years, so I’m not even sure the website is still operating.



Signing Up

To sign up, the company asks for your email address right on the main page, but there’s a pinch more to the sign-up process, unfortunately.

After you enter your email, you will then have to fill out a few personal details, such as your name, zip code, birthday as well as create a password so that you can access your account in the future.

Once you hit submit, it will then prompt you with a bunch of spammy-like offers, asking if you want to join.  This is fairly standard among low-quality sites that work like this, and I highly recommend you avoid them.  Most of these offers will spam you to death if you do sign up.  They do this as a way in hopes you click on yes, which means money in their pocket.

When I finally get to the end, the company states that I need to complete one of the offers to proceed to make money.

While the link was broken, probably due to the site being outdated, I didn’t like that they said I had to complete an offer to proceed.  No reputable site does this, so this immediately turned me off to the site, no matter how great it could be beyond this.

Your Dashboard

After you complete an offer, which I recommend you don’t, you can then access your dashboard, in which you can download games, play games, complete offers and much more.  For every action you complete, you can earn points, in which you can then exchange for a variety of prizes.

The “download games” and “online games” sections just allowed me to play games and nothing else.  I couldn’t earn money nor were the games fun.  You’re better off downloading the more popular games on your smartphone.

As for the “compete for cash” section, it just forwarded me to the WorldWinner site, which is just a gaming site that allows you to play online games and win cash.  The “complete offers” took me to a page with no offers.  I think it’s due to the site not updating anymore.

Lastly, you could click on the “review games” link, located near the top, and this would allow you to earn points any time you downloaded, played a game and then reviewed it.

Rewards

The bummer about PaidGamePlayer is that you can only turn your points into raffle tickets.

And, to be honest, I don’t even know if the site is active at the moment as a lot of the links I was clicking on weren’t working.  So, keep this in mind if you were to sign up.  Unless things change, there are no gift cards nor can you can cash out via PayPal.  Instead, you need to test your luck in a raffle, in which you can win up to $250.

Final Thoughts

Honestly, I don’t even think this site is active anymore.  I just saw it in my research for ways to make money online.  While you can do some things, such as be forwarded to another site, I would just skip it for now.  It’s outdated, you can’t even earn cash and the sign-up process is sleazy.  There’s nothing great about this site.

That wraps it up for now.  As always, if you want to comment on this site or maybe you have a question, you’re always more than welcome to sound off in the comments below.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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