11 Comments

  1. Hi Stefan

    This is an interesting article as I do tend to read mostly about scams these days, nice to know there are still some honest operators out there. I am curious as to how long it took you to complete all 20 offers? Are you limited to only completing 20 offers in a month?

    Regards

    Dom

    1. Hi Dom, I haven’t gone though those offers but I can tell you that it doesn’t take too long to complete them. The thing is, you need to spend some time reading the T&C, so it really depends. That’s a relevant question. I don’t know what happens when you complete all 20 offers, if they are reset or not. I am going to contact the website for this information and get back to you as soon as I hear from them.Thanks for your commentStefan

  2. Great website, Stefan. It is so easy to read and follow. The information is easily perceived as true to anyone looking to build a business online. I know it is true as I have found Wealthy Affiliate and it is my main source of training and questions I may have. I used to purchase “get rich quick” opportunities and never made a dime.So thankful to have found WA!Connie

    1. Hi Connie. Unfortunately, a lot of people waste time and money with get-rich-quick opportunities online. It’s hard to find a decent training that really covers what’s important to succeed in this industry. So, Wealthy Affiliate is one of the few genuine and cost-effective platforms to truly work from home. It’s working for me nicely, and that’s why I highly recommend it.20 Cogs is good for pocket money. Nothing more than that… Thanks for your input

  3. Hi Stefan, I have a quick question.
    For some of the cogs, you are required to start a free trial, a 30 day one for example, if the cog has already turned green, would I be able to cancel my trial before the 30 days?

    1. Hi Esme, yes, usually these offers just require access to the free trial. Once you accept that, you meet the requirement. But read the terms and conditions of each offer to make sure this is the case.
      All the best
      Stefan

  4. Hi Paul, yes, the companies you complete the offers for pass on your personal information to thrid-parties so that they can keep on promoting stuff via mail, telephone and SMS.

    In the past, I used to complete lots of offers and had my mobile number turned completely into a marketing weapon against myself! I couldn’t stand so many calls during the day, so I had to discard my old number and buy another chip.

  5. I think it is a scam also I have completed all 20 and only 3 have turned green the rest are still grey so I am out of pocket for what I been charged and I followed instructions properly

    1. Hi Tanya, I believe you need to wait a bit longer.
      In case you don’t get your reward, contact them and explain the situation

  6. This is one I haven’t come across before and very different. How long did it take for you to mark up all the cogs?

    One thing I have never been happy with is adding my card details online and if I do then I make sure it is a card with limited funds.

    You find many offers online offering a free passage only to be hit with a subscription fee after say 30 days. People just forget and just think what could happen if they had taken out many offers. Nightmare don’t you think?

    Thanks for bringing this to our attention!

    1. Hi Mick!

      It’s possible to complete all cogs in one day if you want. However, each cog will need to be approved by the advertisers. That can take up to 30 days.

      I completely agree with you. If you complete all these offers and don’t keep track,chances are will end up with a bill at after the trial period.

      People should write down the dates and all Te offers they have completed. Also, some offers may require you to pay for the first membership fee.

      Therefore, all the money you get from 20 Cogs may not come as pure profit.

      Besides, people must pay income tax on their online income.

      Thanks for your comment! Let me know if you have more questions.

      Best
      Stefan

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