Dailybreak often has it's facts wrong as well as often skewed "facts". The activities show points offered while not delivering, 20% of the time. Whoever is running the site also allows scammers to post in the comments section. The site had what they erroneously called a "Rewards Store" that offered no reward for several years until finally fessing up that there were no rewards to give. In the daily spin activity the "winner" of 40,000 points is often only referred to as dailybreaker. If you have time to waste, don't mind being lied to, enjoy truckloads of BS, this site might be just what you're looking for.
Review by LtCol5 months ago
I started Dailybreak back in 2015/2016 and for a while it was worth my time with all the brain destroying drivel about royals and celebrities. But then they stopped restocking the store. The first couple of times I asked they said it would just take a month or so. On the third and final time I told them to stop lying to me and tell me if they were ever going to restock the store. They told me some weak excuse of "Its taking longer than expected to update security and we have a small team." I finally gave up and used all my points on unwinnable sweepstakes and just deleted my account. #Procrastinatewithoutapurpose!
Review by Klells Kasuboski5 months ago
The store has been empty for at least a year. Trying to reach a human for any updates has been impossible.
Review by Azfar Meates7 months ago
They give the same copied-and-pasted message to everyone inquiring about the store being restocked. If they truly were interested in their users, they would actually update us and let us know what is going on. There was a time several years ago where I lost all my points (almost enough for a $50) and almost deleted my account, but I thought it was a one-time issue with Dailybreak. Nope. They really do not care about offering rewards, just earning money through ads and sponsored posts.
Review by Erineo Medgin8 months ago
I worked hard for more than a year to earn enough points 50,000 to get a nice reward. Went to claim and the reward store was empty. I emailed them and they said would be restocked soon. Not true.
Review by Zorock10 months ago
I agree with all the other complaints. It just isn't worth it & their store has been shut down for months. I want to be properly compensated for all the time I spent doing all their activities for the miniscule amount of points they offered. I would give them 0 stars if it would let me. I have sent several messages, but they just keep putting me off with excuses. Is there any way I can send a complaint in on them?
Review by Marvelezgirl10 months ago
Previously, if you were to message or e-mail Dailybreak about the store you would get a reply with some kind of update, but now they no longer bother. I'm done.
Review by BabsKy1 year ago
I thought that the site was legit. It does take forever to save up enough points to trade in for gift cards or sweepstakes participation. However, recently the site's 'store' has been conveniently shut down for going on at least two months. When I tried inquiring about it, I was told to keep checking back because they were working to make it more secure; they suggested that I spend all my hard earned points on the chancy sweepstakes instead of using them straight out on the gift card option. I will report them to the Better Business Bureau if the store option isn't honored as described.
Review by Sierre Madgewick1 year ago
It takes forever to save up enough points to cash in, seems over a year, so this time when I was getting close to cashing in, all of the sudden half of my points disappeared. So I emailed them and got the run around, for over 3 weeks, before FINALLY they put my points back in my account. So, my point is, keep a close eye on all your points, on ALL sites.
Review by Nickholas2 years ago
I was a member for a number of years. It takes forever to get enough points. I was getting bonus points for activities as a long time member. As soon as I tried to cash in for a small gift card (40,000 points for a $20 card!) I got banned.
Initially they said I did not know how to log in (what an insult!), my computer was outdated, typical rhetoric, then they quit responding and have refused me access to the site after multiple email support and screen shots of the refusal.
All I asked is that I be allowed to cash in and then I would delete my account and never return they refused! Apparently saving their $20 gift card is worth bad reviews!?!
Review by Utaryari2 years ago
I have been on and off Dailybreak for about 5 months. I usually go on when I'm on hold for a phone call while at my desk. It's nothing to rave about. You build points by reading articles and doing their activities. There is also a free spin daily to gain extra points. So far the rewards haven't changed from magazines and to donate to charities since I have been on. I did finally get my magazine subscription after complaining that it was taking a very long time to receive. They offer ticket raffles for your points for prizes but so far I have not been lucky to win. If you have nothing else to do then try it.
Review by SimoneAntonette5 years ago
This site can be very difficult to get to load.
Review by Revorec5 years ago
There doesn't seem to be much of anything wrong with the site, per se, but I believe the Privacy & Publicity policy in the Official Rule / Terms of Service are more invasive than necessary. Due to this, I refuse to use their services or submit personal information unless I am confident that there is no chance that my information will be used for any other purpose than to explicitly and specifically endorse or win the product or service I am attempting to win. The fact that submitting my personal data gives "each applicable third party Promotion Sponsor a royalty-free, irrevocable, perpetual, non-exclusive right and license to (i) ... (ii) ... to the extent permitted by law" is a part of the ToS is, to me, excessive and a misuse of my personal information, and sufficient reason to refuse to participate in anything this site or its third parties hosts.
Here is the full passage of "6. Privacy & Publicity" in the official rules / terms of service:
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