So you have heard about WhoHaa from somewhere and thinking to join.
You are not sure if this company is legitimate or maybe like many, you thought this program is only out to scam people or collect personal information.
So we put WhoHaa through our scam test.
|Contact Info||They provide landline number, valid address and email on their own domain (not those free email address like Yahoo of Gmail).|
|Fee||It is free to join this program. At least you will not lose any money if you join.|
|Website||Website copywriting has no typos. Design looks very professional and legit.|
Next, we want to be sure that they do pay up or send the redemption we requested. we started to collect credits by viewing the ads and also referring new friends.
Our WhoHaa Redemption
When we had enough credits, we went to redeem a Tesco shopping voucher.
- The Wait
- The Shipment
- The Joy
- The Prize
How You Too Can Claim Free Gifts Just by Viewing Ads
Here is how you too can start collecting credits and redeem shopping vouchers and gifts our your choice.
STEP 1: Join this easy reward program
STEP 2: Collect credits. View some ads of your interest in your spare time or get friends to join too
|Respond to an ad||10-20 credits|
|Refer a friend||100 credits|
STEP 3: Use the earned credits to claim free gifts
A Popular Bookstore gift voucher of RM10 requires 2500 credits. Therefore, you need to respond to around 125 ads to get an RM10 shopping voucher. So for each advertisement you respond to, you get about RM0.10 (just an estimation because the value for the gifts and vouchers may vary. For example, Garden of Eden RM10 Online Cash Voucher can be redeemed with only 99 credits, which is equivalent to you responding to only 5 ads).
It is that easy.
Many sponsors are willing to reward you with points for your effort.
How Do You Receive Points and Redeem Your Products?
|HOW TO GET FREE SHOPPING VOUCHERS BY SUBMITTING YOUR RECEIPTS
Did you know that you can redeem shopping vouchers from KFC, Tesco, Aeon Big, H&M, Parkson, Harvey Norman, and many more just by submitting your shopping receipts from your local shops and restaurants?