PrizeGrab Review – Is Prizegrab Legit Or A Waste Of Your Time?

I like the Idea of winning free stuff but Prizegrab legit? I decided to try it for myself and review it to see if it's just a waste of time.

​Prizegrab Review

Name: PrizeGrab


Price: Free

Owner: ​Fun Grab LLC

PrizeGrab Review

If you've tried Prizegrab or know someone who has, please share your experience in the comments section at the bottom of this page to help others learn as much as possible about it. 

First of all I want to say that I'm not affiliated with this company at all. I've never personally met or spoken to any of the Prize Grab prize winners so I'm totally unbiased in this review. 

I signed up for Prizegrab and used it extensively so that I could write an accurate and reliable review. ​

Some people are calling it a scam but in my opinion a scam is something that tricks people into giving them their money and since Prizegrab is free I don't consider it a scam.

Even though it's not a scam I really don't recommend it if you're trying to make some actual money because your chances of making cash here are very slim. 

If you're interested in learning legitimate ways to make money online you should check this out instead. ​

What Is PrizeGrab?​

PrizeGrab is a website that allows users to enter into draws for a chance to win all different kinds of prizes.

The prizes you can win include things like giftcards, physical products and even cash sweepstakes. 

​As I said before, it's free to sign up and you can start entering in draws right away. So it's basically an online lottery.

How Does It Work?​

​It's really quite simple. All you have to do is sign up for a free account and you can start entering in draws right away. 

You only need to give them your name and an email address to take part so there's really not much risk involved. ​

Here's a quick video of me logged into my account, looking around and entering in draws.......​

So it really is that simple. You just create an account and start entering in draws. But I have a few concerns with this program. 

I've now been using it for 3 weeks and I've been entering in a lot of draws. In addition to that I've been reading a lot of other Prizegrab reviews to see what other people are saying.

What I'm trying to figure out is......Are there actually real people winning prizes? Or is this a big hoax?

How To Collect Prizes?

If your name is drawn for a prize you have 5 days to claim your prize. If you don't claim it within 5 days you miss out on it. 

You will be notified by email if you are a winner. 

Who Can Win?

The main thing is that you have to be a resident of the United States (including District Of Columbia), Guam, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands and other US territories who are 18 years and older. 

Is It A Hoax? Or Is Legit?​

In my opinion, this is a big hoax. 

They already tell us in the fine print that they will share users information with other companies which is a huge red flag to me.

What this tells me is that they are making money by selling people's email addresses.

In addition to that they state this in fine print. "we do not respond to do-not-track cookies or other do-not-track technology". 

​What that means is that they want to gather information about where you surf online and sell that information to other companies. 

I was immediately suspicious about how they could afford to give away all of these prizes​ when people weren't even paying for a membership, but now I understand. 

I also read a few online forums about Prizegrab and there are a lot of people saying that the names of the draw winners are just fake names.

It would be extremely easy to just write a fake name.

Then there are the videos of the "Cashanovas" bringing prizes right to people's doors. This is also really easy to fake.

They could either just hire actors to pretend to be winners or they could actually give out a small amount of prizes to real people in order to make this look legitimate.

Final Thoughts

So you can probably tell that I'm not a huge fan of this program. I'm not calling it a scam and I can't prove that it's completely fake.

But I can tell you without a shadow of a doubt that they are making money by selling your information to other companies.

I can also tell you that there's a very slim chance you'll win anything and you'll receive a lot of spam emails after you sign up. ​

This reminds me of some of the survey companies out there that make it seem like you can get something for nothing or for very little work.

​Almost anytime something seems too good to be true it is just that. 

If you want to make actual money online there are real and legitimate ways for beginners to do that but you have to be prepared to learn and work hard.

​Nothing comes easy in this world and your success all depends on how badly you want it. 

Have a great day,



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