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apevann

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I was using a search engine, for quite awhile, that offered a rewards section when the study was done. When the time was up, they said that they would let me know when I could collect. I just thought about it today, but I can't remember what is was called? Any ideas?
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Hi,

With a quick Google search I came up with myGuide, iRazoo (blocked by work IT department), and elementskateboards … that all have a points/rewards section, and I know some others were giving away prizes but I can't think of any names.

In my opinion they all look kind of shady… trying to lure people in to use their site’s with points and prizes :)
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It was probably Msn SearchPerks- I used it for a while..
Do you remember there being like a maximum of 25 or 50 searches a day or something?

Read this.

And.. apparently, with some research, Microsoft Live Cashback became Bing Shopping. http://www.auctionby...y09/m06/i03/s01

That might of been what you were thinking of.

Edited by OpenOutcome, 05 June 2009 - 06:38 PM.

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