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UPDATE: To those using MyPoints. BEWARE!!!! I have to tell you the story of my MyPoints experience. I had used MyPoints for a few years and had read their emails and purchased products from their businesses to accumulate more points. I had started to accumulate a decent number of points, as I was working towards one of the bigger rewards. (15,000+) Well, that is when I started having trouble with their service. First, the emails that came to me started containing invalid links, so I couldn’t earn points. When I tried to send notes to their Customer service about this, they told me it was a problem with my “internet explorer”, cookies, and numerous other things, even though I had not made any changes to my IE or my environment. (Plus, I had told them if I changed the link the email had, I could actually get the points.) Then shortly after I told them I had tried everything they said, and how I could get points after all if I changed the link they emailed, (adding www to the front of the link) I stopped getting any emails from them at all. After the frustration I had trying to tell them about the email problem before, and going back and forth, I just let it drop for a while. So after a while, I just forgot about them, since I had not received any emails from them to get more points. Well, after a few months went by, I remembered I needed to check back to see what my points were, and at least use them. Well, little did I know, they had inactivated and removed my account!!! So when I tried to get my points back, they would not give them to me. They did not try to make any effort to contact me before they removed my account and points. I believe this to be a standard practice. You will start accumulating points, but if you get too many, they will stop sending you emails. They are hoping you will forget all about them and therefore Let your account go inactive so they can remove your account and any points associated with it. And if you try to get them back, they will tell you that it was in their “terms of service”, so you should have known about it. (Yes, we all read and remember every word of every term of service we see! RIGHT!) So BEWARE! If you stop getting Mypoints Emails, get on and immediately redeem your points! They will not let you get your points back if you go inactive, which is exactly what they want you to do, so they don’t have to pay out anything with you trying to redeem points! So if you have MyPoints, cash in your points immediately, and get whatever you can. I believe if you accumulate too many points, they will start the practice of not sending you emails, hoping you will forget about them, so they won’t have to pay out on the huge point redemptions. My advice, get out of Mypoints while you can, and take out what you can. They are in the practice of deceiving, and you shouldn’t take any part of it.
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Last updated 17-Jan-2007