Complaint information
  • Author: enduse
  • Date: 09.5.2012
  • 0
 (Votes #: 0)

lalaloot is a website that awards you spins or partial spins for visiting sponsor sites, downloading sponsor applications, taking surveys, and installing sponsor toolbars which allow you to play a virtual slot game that can win you real money. You must accumulate $20 before you can cash in and have a check mailed to you.

I have done all of the above but rarely am I awarded the spins to play the slots. I have been awarded $12 thus far but since I have not accumulated 1 spin even though I have fulfilled all of the required steps to earn the spins. I have contacted the company for every time I have not been awarded the spins and I received the same auto-email every time stating that I need to file the complaint to the offer wall provider I used for the survey. Even though almost every time I have not received the spins had nothing to do with a survey! I have replied to the emails, updated my tickets all explaining that this had nothing to do with a survey and never once has anyone gotten back to me. This site is nothing but a scam. They will not let you get to the $20.00 mark to receive your check. I have read online that this is a common problem with this company. They do not list a phone number or give you any way to contact them any other way other then opening a ticket, or sending them an email, neither of which you will get a personal response.

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Complaint author: enduse

Country: USA
State: All USA

Category: Miscellaneous

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