TapJoy Ann Arbor Michigan

Complaint: TapJoy is a complete rip-off! I warn anyone who is thinking of downloading this app to strongly reconsider. TapJoy is a downloadable iOS and Android application that connects to various mobile gaming apps. TapJoy will link to obscure and random businesses (like car or life insurance companies etc.) and will offer in-game rewards such as “free”” coins or gems in exchange for your clicking on one of several links to these various companies and following the in-app instructions such as “”take a survey”” (which usually leads to a request of a plethora of personal information) or “”enter your email address and get a free quote”” or “”call a company and speak to a representative””. It’s basically a means to give your information to a 3rd party site in exchange for mobile gaming rewards. The problem is

Tags: Internet Fraud

Address: TapJoy will – more often than not – fail to pay out after you’ve completed these tasks. I have taken surveys and gotten insurance quotes and have even taken screenshots of all transactions to prove I completed a task and TapJoy didn’t pay out the promised reward. I completed a couple offers one day and checked the status of my reward. Upon checking the status

Website: I would get my reward. Wrong. Not only did I NOT get my reward when I emailed customer service with a description of my issue and the screenshot proof

Phone: I was appalled to find out that it said I had failed to complete the offers. Luckily for me

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