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      another good site is You get points for looking at

      emails, going to websites, taking surveys, etc and the points add up to gift

      certificates. If anyone is interested I’d love to send you a referral by

      email that would give you an automatic 125 points and give me a referral

      bonus. Just send me your email address!

      Jennifer Thomson

      University Of North Carolina – Chapel Hill

      Neurobiology PhD Program

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      >From: “herberkids3” <>



      >Subject: : Re: Save the change

      >Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2007 19:12:16 -0000


      >NetWinner is an online game site that you don’t pay for at all, you

      >don’t use a credit card, it’s 100% free to join, free to play, and

      >free to cash out at. You play a game (unfortunatly, they only have 1

      >type), and you win points when you win.


      >Points are: 1000 = $1.00. It takes 25,000 points to cash out at



      >You redeem the points for gift card, and as of today, they have:


      >Home Depot

      >Best Buy



      >Barnes & Noble


      >Bath & Body Works

      >Victoria’s Secret (This is brand new today!!)


      >It can take some time to build up, but I’ve redeemed $250 in gift

      >cards, and recieved $225 of that. My last card processed today,

      >meaning it’ll be sent out in the next week.


      >I’m at 20,890 points currently, so I’ll cash out again soon for my

      >next card.


      >You can also refer people and you get a 10% bonus of what they win.

      >There are also cash prizes on the board to win. You can play as

      >often as you like, there’s no limit (some places allow 5 plays per

      >day, etc). You must be 18 to play.


      >[url=”″][/url] is my sign up info,

      >if you want to sign up. I would appreciate if you use it, but you

      >don’t have to. Just remove the ?signupCode=gilly2878 if you want to

      >sign up without a referral. It costs you nothing to be under a

      >referral, though.


      >Pinecone is a survey site, but it’s more product research. They ask

      >about your shopping habits, then show you a product that’s new or

      >about to be released onto the market, and ask your opinions on the

      >packaging, the price, the flavors, even the brand name. It’s actual

      >products, too, like Nabisco, Betty Crocker, Gatorade, etc.


      >The only downside is they limit when people can sign up. They pay $5

      >per survey, which can be sent via check (arrives in roughly a week)

      >or via paypal (haven’t used, not sure how quick it arrives, it’s a

      >new option).


      > helps you find the banner for

      >when you can sign up, and gets you into the program a bit easier.

      >Sometimes, they limit signup by demographics- like they are in need

      >of 25-35 year old men from the southeast, or something like that, so

      >you might not get in your first time signing up.


      >Hope that helps some!


      >— In, Maja Drouin


      > >

      > > What is Netwinner and pinecone ? Im into getting paid for surveys,

      >testing products etc and all that kinds of things and courious ?

      > > thanks you and happy st. patricks day to all,

      > > Maja

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      > > Maja Drouin

      > > Jerky Direct, Distributor

      > > Web: Who wants free Jerky ? Great for


      > > Phone: 651-463-4872

      > > Free surveys

      > > Web: WorkingParent

      > >

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      > > Alt i én. Få Yahoo! Mail med adressekartotek, kalender og


      > >




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