PrizeGrab Review: Legit Prizes or Scam?
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Welcome to my PrizeGrab review...
Sweepstakes websites have become some of the most popular methods of building up a large email directory and generating traffic for various websites. Sweepstakes are almost like the natural evolution of your garden variety affiliate website.
It’s more user-friendly and easier to advertise on without being invasive. Of course, not all websites are designed perfectly. Now, there are two types of sweepstakes that you can enter: paid and free. But only one of them is governed by law.
There’s nothing wrong with paying to play the lottery. Everyone has been doing this since the concept was invented and put into practice. This is the regulated type. That’s why you see all sorts of sweepstakes on TV emphasize that they’re free to join (or they’d be treated as illegal lottery schemes).
But does this mean that free sweepstakes and lottery platforms are scamming people in some way?
Should your alarm bells go off when someone tells you that you can win a large smart TV by creating a free account on a website and offering some credentials? – This and more you’ll find out in the following paragraphs as you read all about PrizeGrab, one of the most popular platforms in this sector of the affiliate marketing industry.