My experiences with CashLagoon

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I've seen lots of these freebie-type websites dotting around but they always required you to refer friends which I didn't like (not because I don't have friends
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) but because my friends just weren't interested. And then I say GamingLagoon from a link in Linkiboy's signature. Unfortunately, at the time, the Lagoon sites were only for people across the pond, in the USA or Canada, so I couldn't join, but recently they've been letting people in the UK join as well.

So I went for it. I created an account and did some surveys, and I was amazed when they actually worked.

Over the past few days I have earned over 15 points very easily, which is $15 USD or £7.50 through PayPal. They even pay the fees, so you get the full amount without PayPal taking any of it, and although referrals are a part of the system you don't have to use them at all, I haven't yet.

So after my account has verified (a very easy process, you simply ring a toll-free number and give your details and confirmation number) I will be getting my first prize, a $15 through PayPal.
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I just thought I'd share my story here because I was a little sceptical when I began and now I realize I shouldn't have been. Linkiboy has helped me very much throughout this whole thing, so if you want to sign up to GamingLagoon please use his referral link as thanks! If, like me, you prefer cash to physical prizes and you want to sign up to CashLagoon, please use my referral link by clicking the banner below! Feel free to ask any other questions, I'll try to answer them, and if you do sign up, happy earning!

 

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