E-Fax... Will I retain credit throughout?
Just a quick question about the Freepay EFax offer... If I sign up for the free trial and ultimately decide this program is not right for me before the free trial ends, will I lose any credit I received for completing it? Any help is appreciated!
I never lost credit.
Now it says you have to remain on past the trial to stay green.
[quote533332d354="tylerc"]Now it says you have to remain on past the trial to stay green.[/quote533332d354]
odd. says here ''We encourage you to stay on past the trial.'' So that means you dont have to stay on past the trial.
I signed up last night and did not get instant credit as some of mentioned previously ... I wonder if this is the new system in effect.
Ok, i got credit for it now
I retract my previous got credit statement -- a wrong offer from another site was creditted (stamps.com). Still nothing from eFax.
[quote367d8bff07="nizzex"][quote367d8bff07="tylerc"]Now it says you have to remain on past the trial to stay green.[/quote367d8bff07]
odd. says here ''We encourage you to stay on past the trial.'' So that means you dont have to stay on past the trial.[/quote367d8bff07]
[quote367d8bff07]Try eFax's Free 30-Day trial. Valid credit card required. You must stay on past the 30 day trial and become a paying subscriber. If you cancel during the trial, your credit will be removed.[/quote367d8bff07]
That's why I haven't done the offer yet. If I don't like it, I don't want to be forced to stay on just to get credit for an offer.
This is the fast credit I ever got. I signed up and went to my email to check for confirmation and Freepay had already email saying I completed the offer. Went back to my status page and sure enough I was green. I'll stay on and use the service. It will be helpful in my business.
2 Questions -
1. Does it actually show you as green on your "status" page or just say the "Great News..." thing? Do they mean the same thing?
2. Where does it say that about having to stay on after the trial to get credit? I signed up for Efax but don't remember seeing that. I got credit right away (aka "Great News...") How quick would they take credit away?
"Great News" means you have gone green on who ever referred you and you have completed an offer.
When you click on the offer originally, a pop up window says what the requirements of the offer are and how long it will take to credit.
thanks 9mm! my popup blocker must have blocked that. man, there is a lot to learn by going around this site. crazy.
well actually they just started doing that (having to stay on after the trial to retain credit).....not sure when you did it though, so couldnt tell if youll retain credit....but i did D .....and they do credit extremely fast....