GiftHulk is a new rewards application that people can download in order to get paid a supplemental income for doing the same types of activities that they would normally do on a daily basis.
Rewards sites are not new, and are generally considered a legit way of earning money or prizes online. Companies like SwagBucks and ZoomBucks have been rewarding customers for allowing them to monitor their online behavior and completing special tasks for years.
These reward sites allow members to watch videos, play games, complete surveys, and search online in exchange for earning Hulk Coins. Some of these activities, like searching the web, you will do on your own; others, such as survey taking or video watching, you may be asked to do by GiftHulk.
You can also earn Hulk Coins by referring new members to this service. Between your referral opportunities and the activities available for completion from their “RewardBox,” GiftHulk promises that their will be no end to your ability to earn.
GiftHulk also hosts a wide variety of sweepstakes and other opportunities to “win” extra cash and prizes through their application, and their website says that they have awarded over $1,000,000 in rewards since 2011.
Once you have earned your Hulk Coins, you can go to their online store and redeem your coins for a wide variety of prizes and gift cards – your choice. Different prizes will require different amounts of coins in order to redeem.
GiftHulk promises that any prize or card you order, however, will be sent to you in seven days or less, with no payment required for quick shipping.
Signing up to be a member of this rewards community is completely free, and you can sign up for membership using your Facebook account, Google Plus account, or Twitter account. Members who prefer to not sign up with their social networking accounts can also just offer an active email address.
If you have any experience with this company, please leave your GiftHulk reviews below.
11 ‘GiftHulk’ Reviews
I joined Gifthulk not all that long ago. At first I thought I was never going to get enough points to get anything. It is most certainly a marathon instead of a sprint. If you are patient, you will prevail. I was able to get enough points for my first "freebie". Once I got that, well then I had to keep on going. I guess at that point I was hooked.
What JM posted above is great advice. Follow it. There were a few times when I first started out I did not get credit and since I did not have a screenshot, and there was no email verification with some movies or whatever, I was not rewarded. So, I did learn the hard way, screenshots, screenshots, screenshots. On almost all cases if you have a screenshot and/or email verification, you will be awarded the points if you put in a support ticket. A secondary email is a must because some of the surveys you take that you must sign up for, sell your email. You WILL be spammed to death.
There were a few times that I had been rewarded points and then they were taken away. So far 2,000 coins were awarded then taken back. They were from the site that you took the survey that took them back. Reward them, then take them back, bad business to me. Gifthulk should remove those companies. Sometimes you sit for hours doing these surveys and to have the coins removed, well frankly it sucks. However, I did on both times send a support ticket. I depends on the admin at Gifthulk you get to answer. On the one ticket, they did reward me back 200 coins. On the other one, nothing. So I lost 1,800 coins. Wasn't all that happy.
Overall I do like Gifthulk. I was a member of Swagbucks, which I don't like. I was not rewarded some points. Did the ticket thing. They said they added the points, yet my overall total points did not reflect the change. The girl argued with me and basically called me a liar. I immediately deleted the account. It was 15 points!!!
If you are patient and have time to kill, I would say give Gifthulk a try. They do have some of the better rewards out there. The giftcards/ecards are great. I have used one already with no problem.
Hope this helps.
Fake reward site?
I joined GiftHulk and earned enough points for a giftcard, but they ask for my personal information before they will pay out (if they would at all). I'm concerned about what they would do with that information and don't feel safe giving it to them. There are much better reward sites out there, so skip this one.
Fake / Too restrictive
I followed all the instructions and made a genuine purchase for $13 from the advertiser which would give me 10,000 coins. Gifthulk put it on hold and asked for my state ID for security verification. After having received the ID, they said "Due to the feedback from the advertiser we're not able to release your gift from security. "
I am like W.T.F!!!!!!
Avoid using this site.
Not a good site, personally
I'm a college student that's currently unemployed but actively trying to find a job. I've decided to try out Swagbucks, InstaGC, Prizerebel, Bing Rewards, and Gifthulk.
I would spend grueling long hours to get points to save up to pay for tuition and daily expenses. (As I'm writing this, it's summer 2014 so I'm on vacation period) I happened to earn over 35,000 gifthulk points, so $35 in real life currency within four-three months. Well, I tried to redeem my Paypal rewards but I have yet to get them. It's been over a month and I've sent multiple support tickets regrading my rewards redemption. Each stating: "You have been sent an e-mail from our Security team regarding this issue. Please reply to it, HelpDesk Support can’t deal with Security issues." However, I would never ever get any emails from the Security Team. Subsequently, I've sent a ticket on changing my email and then another one asking for Security to try emailing me again to resolve the issue. Instead, I get "You have been caught using a proxy, which is against our ToS, we have zero tolrance against such actions." Which is /not/ true as I've been busting my carpal tunnel syndrome ridden hands trying to earn that measly $35 bucks. I'm currently sending ANOTHER ticket about it as they've closed each ticket I had without really resolving the issues.-_-
TL;DR BEWARE OF GIFTHULK. It's a very shoddy site. I recommend Swagbucks, Bings Reward, an InstaGC. Currently trying to work my way up to my first reward at PrizeRebel.
Slow and steady wins the race
I have just collected $5 from GiflHulk after just under a week! And I have almost enough for $5 again after days. Agree with other reviews that you have to be careful - I fell for the Virtual bee! but if you are careful you can earn a lot of coins and not get overwhelmed with all the downloads.