Flash Rewards Scam: Legit App or Not?


Flash Rewards Scam: Fake Gift Cards

The Flash Rewards scam works now – and it always will – because people love freebies. In exchange for some personal info that you put into the new Flash Rewards app, you may think you’re getting a gift card. It’s the oldest trick in the book. Is Flash Rewards legit? We would stay away from it. Let’s take a look.

Here is a screenshot of the promising reward:

The Flash Rewards app offers gift cards from the grocery sector to the fashion and electronics niches. Like the other previous gift certificate traps, this one asks you for all your details: name, email, phone number, etc. However, first, you have to fill out a bogus survey with irrelevant and straightforward questions such as ” Do you like to shop?” or “Do the Easter Island heads have bodies?”

Once you finish the questionnaire, you are asked to go through a couple of extra steps, whether to download a free app or a product that might cost you money. “In order to qualify for the offer, you must complete the last two steps.”

Little do you know that the Flash Rewards app gets a commission for every download/purchase they generate, while you don’t receive a $150 gift card.

Flash Rewards App Concept

Here is a quick video with how the Flash Rewards scam works:

You can’t get $150 for free! The more personal information you give, the worse it is. People wonder how scammers or telemarketers get their phone numbers, emails, and addresses.

The gift card scam has been going on forever. With the advancement of technology, these traps look more realistic than ever, so we expect that people will never learn the lesson: whatever it’s too good to be true, it probably is. The Flash Rewards app is a cool concept itself, but not at the price you have to pay.

It’s essential to learn how the scam works in general and not the name of the perpetrator. Once these guys are exposed, they change the name of the app/website and start over. Surveys are usually a red flag. It doesn’t necessarily mean they are always scammy, but when the reward is a $100 or a $150 gift card, stay away.

We are interested to hear from you. Did you come across similar programs like Flash Rewards? How did you find them? Last but not least, don’t forget to report the crooks. Here is how below.

Is Flash Rewards Legit? How To Report a Scammer

Warn your family and online friends about the Flash Rewards scam by sharing this article on social media using the buttons provided. If you are wondering how to report phone scams, you can also officially do it to the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) using the link below:

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