Free Money, Anyone?

Who said that reading blogs don’t pay off?

I came across a blog that I’m a subscriber too and I decided to spend 5 minutes of my time and create an account.  $25 can take me and my girlfriend out to dinner, and for each person I refer… I get an additional $10 created to my account.  [this account is for an account similar to Paypal]

I didn’t think FREE money existed, but I’d be more than happy to pick it up if it floats my way.

Click on this link and you’ll be directed to the page to sign-up!




Don’t wait… This special might just end today (according to my friend’s blog), however in the Terms of Agreement at the website, it may be MAY 15 th and not APRIL 15th.  I’m not taking any chances so I did it today.  And low and behold, $25 in my account awaiting verification.

P.S> This is a legit bank.  First Bank & Trust, Brookings, SD and is a member of the FDIC



~ by chencenter on April 15, 2008.

5 Responses to “Free Money, Anyone?”

  1. Looks legit Michael… I looked it up on the BBB for you… not sure why I can’t post the link for you… Here is the report:
    Name: Revolution Money, Inc.
    Phone: (800) 794-9071
    Fax: (800) 814-9054
    Address: 200 Central Ave Fl 11
    Saint Petersburg, FL 33701-4322
    Entity: Corporation
    Incorporated: December 2006, DE
    File Open Date: January 2008
    TOB Classification: Financial Services
    BBB Accreditation: This organization is not a BBB Accredited business.

    The BBB has requested basic information from this company. The BBB has not received a response. Without this information, the BBB may not have current information concerning such things as the company’s management or its nature of business.

    Additional DBA Names

    Revolution Money Exchange
    Revolution Card

    Customer Experience

    When considering complaint information, please take into account the company’s size and volume of transactions, and understand that the nature of complaints and a firm’s responses to them are often more important than the number of complaints.

    The BBB processed a total of 5 complaints about this company in the last 36 months, our standard reporting period.Of the total of 5 complaints closed in 36 months, 5 were closed in the last year.

    Service Issues


    1 – Company resolved

    the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to the BBB.

    1 – Company failed to resolve the complaint issues through the BBB voluntary and self-regulatory process.

    Customer Service Issues


    1 – Company resolved

    the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to the BBB.
    1 – Company addressed the complaint issues. The consumer failed to acknowledge acceptance to the BBB.

    Product Issues


    1 – Company resolved

    the complaint issues. The consumer acknowledged acceptance to the BBB.

    Additional Contact Information

    Additional Addresses
    PO Box 2470
    Largo, FL 33779-2470

    Additional Phone Numbers
    Tel: (866) 352-5919
    Tel: (800) 956-9540
    Tel: (866) 371-4804

    Additional Web Addresses

  2. Score!

    Show me the money!!! Show me the money!!!

  3. Okay… It IS legit. The $25 is now in my BANK ACCOUNT. They showed me the money! Now let them show it to you, that is, unless you don’t want free money? mwahahaha

  4. I thought you might want a little help with the economic squeeze we’re all feeling right now. This is the most amazing Online Wellness program that actually PAYS YOU MONEY to use it. There is NO fees to join, there are NO gimmicks, NO risk, nothing to loose. Make NO mistake, this is the real McCoy. This is a 100% logitimate, bonified, real, NASDQ traded company and it pays its memembers to click through the site, use it’s services, read articles and earn money. REally, there is nothing to loose so check it out. You can make over $100 a month just for using the online portal. It’s super easy!! happy clicking and earning!

  5. Goldman Sachs just gave them 42 million – why is our TARP funding going into a failed business model? Revolution Money had four or five layoffs last year. Finally letting the CMO go (who had no staff) and closing the recently opened new NYC office. The web site hasnt been updated since last summer. The card gets rejected at places it is supposed to work.

    Rumor is they had 40 million in outstanding debt. Rumor is they are asking for more money.

    If this business model is to succeed, the company needs a new C-Level and executive staff who understands online and integrated operations. They proved they dont! and hence they have failed. How they secured financing is a credit to their C-Level bloodline!

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