Again.Easy-Returns.com is the home web page promoting an opportunity for people who are currently unemployed to receive a “free” $500 check simply by participating in variety of tasks.
In order to begin the necessary process for claiming your $500 check, you must first answer a quick four question survey which collects information about your unemployment, whether or not you are collecting unemployment payments, and the frequency of your Facebook usage.
Finally, you are told that you simply must enter your email address in order to claim your free $500 check.
How It Works
Entering your email address will not actually take you to a page where you can claim your $500 check. Instead, it takes you to another page where you will be asked for your complete contact information, including mailing address, cell phone number, and home phone number.
Once you have provided this information, there is a variety of other tasks you must complete before you can claim your check. First, you must meet the “eligibility requirements,” which, unfortunately, are not published anywhere for you to see whether or not you fulfill that criteria.
Second, you must complete both a survey and a total of 10 Reward Offers, with the restriction of not being able to cancel more than 2 of the Reward Offers within 30 days of signing up.
Once you have completed that, you will receive additional instructions that you must follow in order to receive your $500 check.
The Bottom Line
The reality of “free check” sites is simply to get all of your contact information so that they can then sell it to third parties who will use it to contact you for sales and advertising purposes, sometimes even texting you promotional offers which can cost you money.
In addition, the Reward Offers you must complete also cost money, and they generally cost more money the longer you are signed up. And since you are required to maintain at least 8 of them for a minimum of 30 days, your “free” $500 check becomes not so free anymore.