The sweatcoin app seems to be marketed in such a way, where you see a deal you want EG “20,000 sweatcoins for 1000 Euros” and then start working towards it, with the end goal being that at the end of 2 or so years, you’ll be able to finally get that specific prize you were working towards.
The app even says upon clicking on the deal “Achievable with 24 months of steps and invites” heavily implying that sticking to a high income of steps, will be rewarded with exchanging that specific offer after a relatively fixed amount of time.
But now we all know that that’s most probably a lie.
With the news that the “1000 Pounds for 20,000 sweatcoins” deal was taken down, The not previously known reason: “Sure, the PayPal rewards and gift cards do come and go, but they are limited.” 20K target - £1000 prize
The Marathon Travel deal prices being raised by around 10,000 coins, Reason: “We’ve added loads of cool new features over the past few months to allow our users to make more sweatcoins… As a result, please understand that we have to adjust for the prices”
My confidence in the app being somewhat legitimate has greatly diminished, I’m even questioning if the staff on this forum are even who they say they are.
Another critique is that the small deals on the store, cost so much in shipping, that the prize cost itself could be included in the shipping price.
How do I know that these products are worth what you guys say they are? (Last I saw, there were a pack of 8 metal straws going for 800 sweatcoins, shipping price was 5-8 Pounds. When convered from sweatcoins to pounds, it adds up to 5-6 pounds for a single metal straw!)
So I’m being super patient and maybe too reasonable, putting myself on the forum, i’m giving you guys a lifeline, giving the staff at sweatcoin one final chance.
My question is:
Will I be able to exchange my 20,000 self-earned sweatcoins for 1000Euros paypalcash in 2-3 years time?
Screenshots of ashton telling us on the 8th of june right before the 1000pound paypal offer was taken down: “Marathon offers are staying, don’t worry”