Six Questions UBid Offer

May 1, 2004 · 9 comments

Earn an easy 20,000 points at SixQuestions.com by registering for Ubid.com! No credit card is required, either!
Log in to SixQuestions.com and click on the big red box that says 40,000 Points Free and Simple. They’re also offering 20,000 points for creating an Ebay account and placing a bid, but I figure most of us have one of those already…
Haven’t joined SixQuestions yet? Please use my link — thanks!

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Hilary May 4, 2004 at 5:41 pm

I joined through your link, but never received my confirmation e-mail. There is no e-mail link on their site to member support. Any suggestions? Hope we both get our points!
Regards -

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Becky May 4, 2004 at 5:44 pm

Thanks for signing up under me! I don’t know why they didn’t send you a confirmation mail — any chance it could’ve gone to a bulk or spam inbox? Hmm… Well, if you want to double-check, I do have a contact email for them: info@sixquestions.com — hope they can help!
Thanks again!
Becky

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SixQuestions May 5, 2004 at 9:19 am

Sorry to hear you didn

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sri May 5, 2004 at 1:19 pm

do i have to ans all the questions correctly to win the plot? i dont get it?
what happens if i loose all my points?
thanks sri

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Marc May 7, 2004 at 9:50 am

Hey Sri…. yes, you have to get 6/6 to win a portion of the pot. But if you end up wagering and losing all of your points, there are plenty of ways to earn more:
1) You get points each day for logging in (it starts at something like 25 pts and goes up by 1 each day)
2) Earn 3 points for each opinion poll.
3) Earn 500 pts when you refer a friend.
4) Complete one of the shopping or free trial offers under the “earn points” tab.
– Marc

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SixQuestions May 11, 2004 at 9:40 am

I could not have said that better myself…
SixQuestions

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Rzus August 30, 2004 at 5:53 pm

Steer clear of sixquestions.com.
They stole all of their content from another trivia website, FunTrivia.com. I know because I’m an editor there and sixquestions stole some of MY trivia quizzes!!!

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Terry @ FunTrivia August 30, 2004 at 9:58 pm

Please disregard the message above. The issue between FunTrivia and Sixquestions has been resolved.
Terry
FunTrivia.com

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Emma June 6, 2005 at 1:31 pm

Hi i signed up recently, my dad says it is a scam for some reason. He says he does not see why they would give away free stuff…could anyone give me a reply..so i can convince him others. Thanks

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