Does anyone on here know about a site called BigCrumbs?

Does anyone on here know about a site called BigCrumbs?

Hi everybody. I found a site called BigCrumbs and have been trying to find others that are members there. Has anyone on here heard of it? If you have, could you tell me a few things:

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  1. #1
    rgjgtemple
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    Default Does anyone on here know about a site called BigCrumbs?

    Hi everybody. I found a site called BigCrumbs and have been trying

    to find others that are members there. Has anyone on here heard of

    it?



    If you have, could you tell me a few things:

    -*-How it worked for you?

    -*-How long have you been a member?

    -*-About how much do you make from there?

    -*-Did you refer people and if so, did you make money from the

    referrals?

    -*-Did you ever have any problems with any of it, and if so, what

    was wrong?

    -*-Was it complicated to add in the extra income on your taxes at

    the end of the year?



    If anyone is a member, I'd appreciate your info and opinions.



    BigCrumbs is a website that pays you to shop through it's links.

    Like, if you want to buy something from Walmart.com, instead of just

    going to the store site, first you'd go to BigCrumbs and click on

    their Walmart link, then shop like normal, and whatever you purchase

    while using their link, they give you a % cashback.

    It's for many stores and for Ebay also. On Ebay, they give you a %

    of the seller's listing fees for whatever item you buy.

    You can also refer people and have them refer even more people and

    so on up until 5 levels of people under you. You get a % back on all

    those people's purchases too.

    Once a month they send your balance to your paypal account. They

    don't have any of your information that you use at any of the places

    that you shop and you don't have to buy anything or pay any fees or

    anything. They're affiliates of each of the stores themselves and

    get paid by the stores whenever someone uses their links to visit

    and purchases something.



    I've been trying to find other people that are members so I can find

    out how it worked for them before I refer it to my family and

    friends. I just can't see why this would be bad, because if I refer

    10 people and they each refer 10 people (100), and they each refer

    10 people (1,000), and they each refer 10 people (10,000)and they

    each refer 10 people, (100,000) then I'd have a total of 111,110

    people under me wouldn't I? So even if all I got was 1 single penny

    in % from all those people each month, then wouldn't I end up with

    111,110 pennies? That would be $1,111.10 wouldn't it? Please correct

    me if I'm wrong or not understanding this. That's why I wanted to

    find someone who was already a member so I could get them to tell me

    if this is how it works. Because if that's right, then wouldn't that

    be just great!?!



    There's 2 kinds of memberships, one is where you get % back on all

    your own purchases and I think on just the people you refer, but not

    on anyone elses, and the other one is where you refer people and get

    money back on their purchases too as well as the people they refer

    and so forth until the 5 levels of people away. I know that with the

    referral one, you get a smaller amount back for your own purchases,

    but you get % back for everyone you refer and everyone they refer

    and so on, so that's the one I joined under.



    I actually was told about it from a guy on Ebay that I bought some

    dvds from. He likes it because since he referred me, then if I buy

    something from him, not only do I get a % of his listing fees for

    that item, but he gets a % too, so it helps him save money and

    recoup part of his expenses.



    Anyway, if anybody wants to take a look, here's a link to it:

    http://www.bigcrumbs.com/





    I was told that there are some charity sites that are like this too,

    but with those you don't get to keep the $%, instead it goes to

    whatever charity you designate. Has anybody done those sites? Which

    one did you use? Can you put in local charities or schools and such

    or does it just let you donate to national organizations?



    Also, has anyone ever had a site like this themselves? My brother-in-

    law used to have a site that had links to phone services like from

    Sprint etc. and he had told us that everytime someone clicked on one

    of his links he got paid like 20 cents. I know I've seen some links

    at the bottom of some people's emails and there are links on the

    Budget 101 site itself. Does all that work the same way? If so, how

    do I do it?



    Thanks everybody and I appreciate any info and opinions.










  2. #2
    Liss
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    Default Does anyone on here know about a site called BigCrumbs?

    >>he had told us that everytime someone clicked on one

    > of his links he got paid like 20 cents. I know I've seen some links

    > at the bottom of some people's emails and there are links on the

    > Budget 101 site itself. <<





    I don't know WHO was paying your BIL, but I can tell you that the ads

    on budget101 definetly don't bring in anywheres NEAR .20 per click!!! I

    would love the name of the company that pays like that....



    thanks,



    liss

    www.budget101.com








  3. #3
    herberkids3
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    Default Does anyone on here know about a site called BigCrumbs?

    The site sounds a lot like how Treasure Trooper runs, and Cash

    Crate, and a few others. In theory, yes, you can earn a lot of money.



    But the theory is often different from reality, especially if you

    are basing your income on what other people will do. Since

    your "income" is based on referrals doing work or buying things,

    it's not reliable to presume you'd bring in that much money. For

    starters, not all referrals work or do anything at a site past the

    initial sign up.



    Your best bet would be in getting gads of referrals. At TT, I have

    almost 200 referrals, but out of those, I probably have under 10

    that are considered active- meaning they do stuff to bring in money

    for the site, themselves, and me.



    Good luck with the site! If you want to bring in referrals, work at

    it a bit first, figure out the best ways to get it to work for you,

    then tell people whether it truly works or not. Add it to your email

    sig line, etc.



    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, "rgjgtemple" <rgjg@...> wrote:

    >

    > Hi everybody. I found a site called BigCrumbs and have been trying

    > to find others that are members there. Has anyone on here heard of

    > it?

    >

    > If you have, could you tell me a few things:

    > -*-How it worked for you?

    > -*-How long have you been a member?

    > -*-About how much do you make from there?

    > -*-Did you refer people and if so, did you make money from the

    > referrals?

    > -*-Did you ever have any problems with any of it, and if so, what

    > was wrong?

    > -*-Was it complicated to add in the extra income on your taxes at

    > the end of the year?

    >

    > If anyone is a member, I'd appreciate your info and opinions.

    >

    > BigCrumbs is a website that pays you to shop through it's links.

    > Like, if you want to buy something from Walmart.com, instead of

    just

    > going to the store site, first you'd go to BigCrumbs and click on

    > their Walmart link, then shop like normal, and whatever you

    purchase

    > while using their link, they give you a % cashback.

    > It's for many stores and for Ebay also. On Ebay, they give you a %

    > of the seller's listing fees for whatever item you buy.

    > You can also refer people and have them refer even more people and

    > so on up until 5 levels of people under you. You get a % back on

    all

    > those people's purchases too.

    > Once a month they send your balance to your paypal account. They

    > don't have any of your information that you use at any of the

    places

    > that you shop and you don't have to buy anything or pay any fees or

    > anything. They're affiliates of each of the stores themselves and

    > get paid by the stores whenever someone uses their links to visit

    > and purchases something.

    >

    > I've been trying to find other people that are members so I can

    find

    > out how it worked for them before I refer it to my family and

    > friends. I just can't see why this would be bad, because if I refer

    > 10 people and they each refer 10 people (100), and they each refer

    > 10 people (1,000), and they each refer 10 people (10,000)and they

    > each refer 10 people, (100,000) then I'd have a total of 111,110

    > people under me wouldn't I? So even if all I got was 1 single penny

    > in % from all those people each month, then wouldn't I end up with

    > 111,110 pennies? That would be $1,111.10 wouldn't it? Please

    correct

    > me if I'm wrong or not understanding this. That's why I wanted to

    > find someone who was already a member so I could get them to tell

    me

    > if this is how it works. Because if that's right, then wouldn't

    that

    > be just great!?!

    >

    > There's 2 kinds of memberships, one is where you get % back on all

    > your own purchases and I think on just the people you refer, but

    not

    > on anyone elses, and the other one is where you refer people and

    get

    > money back on their purchases too as well as the people they refer

    > and so forth until the 5 levels of people away. I know that with

    the

    > referral one, you get a smaller amount back for your own purchases,

    > but you get % back for everyone you refer and everyone they refer

    > and so on, so that's the one I joined under.

    >

    > I actually was told about it from a guy on Ebay that I bought some

    > dvds from. He likes it because since he referred me, then if I buy

    > something from him, not only do I get a % of his listing fees for

    > that item, but he gets a % too, so it helps him save money and

    > recoup part of his expenses.

    >

    > Anyway, if anybody wants to take a look, here's a link to it:

    > http://www.bigcrumbs.com/

    >

    >

    > I was told that there are some charity sites that are like this

    too,

    > but with those you don't get to keep the $%, instead it goes to

    > whatever charity you designate. Has anybody done those sites? Which

    > one did you use? Can you put in local charities or schools and such

    > or does it just let you donate to national organizations?

    >

    > Also, has anyone ever had a site like this themselves? My brother-

    in-

    > law used to have a site that had links to phone services like from

    > Sprint etc. and he had told us that everytime someone clicked on

    one

    > of his links he got paid like 20 cents. I know I've seen some links

    > at the bottom of some people's emails and there are links on the

    > Budget 101 site itself. Does all that work the same way? If so, how

    > do I do it?

    >

    > Thanks everybody and I appreciate any info and opinions.

    >










  4. #4
    Don Calkins
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    Default Does anyone on here know about a site called BigCrumbs?

    on 6/24/07 12:59 PM, Liss at liss@budget101.com wrote:



    > I don't know WHO was paying your BIL, but I can tell you that the ads

    > on budget101 definetly don't bring in anywheres NEAR .20 per click!!! I

    > would love the name of the company that pays like that....

    >



    I'ld assume they are paying per completed sale, not per click. Even if the

    average sale is, say, only $30, they are only paying .6 per cent for the

    advertising. That's a good deal for them. I suspect you'll be very lucky

    to get more than 100 sales per month in the real world.



    Don C



    --

    He who believes himself spiritual proves he is not.








  5. #5
    ro so
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    I checked Big Crumbs out but it isn't something that would even work for me. I would rather do mypoints which is about the same except you get points for things you buy and then you can turn the points into gift cards. The difference is that you get points just for reading the offers they send, I have never done any offers and the only place that I buy from is Ebay which offers 2-4 points per dollar. So far I have gotten enough points to get $25 gift cards for 10 people this year. I estimate that I will probably have enough points to give gift cards almost everyone on my list plus get a bunch of $10 ones to keep on hand for birthday presents. Becky





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    I've been a part of Big Crumbs for about 9 months now. I joined Ebates and Big Crumbs from a coupon site and we could put a referral button in our siggy! Also, let's say you're gonna go on Ebay and do some shoppimg. You have to go to Big Crumbs first and them go to Ebay. You can oly do it this way! I did well when we had the referral link but then Admin decided they didn't want it. Same with Ebates......although I have made more money with Ebates.......hth!!
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