DailyGoodieBox Review: It’s More Like A Contest Than A Real Free Sample Box. Scam Meter Is Tingling.

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DailyGoodieBox Review: It’s More Like A Contest Than A Real Free Sample Box. Scam Meter Is Tingling.

DailyGoodieBox is more like a contest than a respectable free sample box company like PINCHme or SampleSource. With Daily Goodie Box you have to spam their Facebook posts with comments to really even get a chance to get a box as of August 2017. It’s not even close to the quality or quantity of free samples you can get from a PINCHme or a SampleSource in my opinion.

They are also run by LuxeAds which is an affiliate advertising network so they have an incentive to send you ads. And I mean, they send you a lot of ads via email. But so does PINCHme and SampleSource to be fair. They are also based out of Australia and not the United States. DailyGoodieBox’s US address is rentable month to month mailbox or workspace. The LuxeAds network also switched the payment terms when I partnered with LuxeAds for a short 2 months which was disturbing but not unusual for smaller affiliate networks in general to be “sketchy” in my opinion. So, on the consumer end you get deceived to think it’s a real free sample box, but it’s a contest at best and they have sole discretion to choose who gets awards a box. A big difference from what they promise when you sign up. And they deceive you on the business end too? In my opinion, it’s a waste of time to deal with them unless you view it as part of your contest routine.

DailyGoodieBox can and has sent boxes, self included, but for most, it’s pretty unlikely you’ll get one unless you are really motivated. But don’t get too vocal, you may find your account deleted the next day. Many readers have complained of about DailyGoodieBoxs’ rudeness on social media as well. Here is a private link if you’d like to read more feedback from members of the group, but you’ll need to be a Facebook group member which requires applying to read it. I’ve been following them since before they launched in May 2016. I’ve given them the benefit of the doubt too. But it’s been over a year at the time of signing up for their service. It is clear that DailyGoodieBox is basically an advertising network first (and not a good one in my opinion). And a sample box second. Here is my final opinion: DailyGoodieBox is a big fat scam box. Maybe things will change, but I doubt it for now.

-John ‘Samples’ Clark

How to win a free DailyGoodieBox:

  1. Visit their Facebook page and beg, that’s about the only way you’ll get a box sadly.

* DailyGoodieBox post updated 8/25/17. Any link to their website has been removed in protest of their business practices.

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by on September 18th, 2017