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WOMOW - Free $20 Westfield Shopping Voucher When You Rate 20 Small Businesses

Posted By: NoosieB, posted 2009/07/21 14:44
Word of mouth can be a powerful thing and WOMOW, which stands for "Word Of Mouth On the Web" are giving away $20 Westfield Shopping Vouchers, in return they would like you to rate 20 small Australian service businesses you've used recently. Not bad for half an hour of your time.

WOMOW would like real people, such as yourself, to share your experiences as customers on various types of businesses, including restaurants, tradespeople, hairdressers, health professionals, mechanics, accountants, etc.

You will need to log in, enter your 20 ratings either all at once or spread them out over a few days - but make sure you enter and submit within the timeframe given. Then use the 'Contact Us" page to notify you have completed.

Recommend reading the terms and conditions.

Only available for a limited time.
Expiry date:2009/08/31
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  • pharmlover2009/07/22 23:26:38
    I've previously signed up to a similar deal earlier in the year and got my Westfield Voucher, as promised!

    Make sure you follow all of their conditions - only small businesses, at least 10 ratings must be for new businesses, you must supply them with a real mobile phone number, all ratings must be written and claimed within 2 weeks.
  • NoosieB2009/07/23 01:20:56
    Thanks pharmlover :)
  • kazyazy2009/07/23 08:58:51
    I did this last time but I only had to rate 10 businesses... this time its double the work for the same reward.
  • fairybelle2009/07/24 12:17:08
    Its a good reward ...for not much effort
  • mark812009/07/24 16:22:52
    Better read all terms. I got stuck on this one. Yes, we must rate small businesses, but they must be service businesses - I had a few restuarants and hair dressers, but some came under the 'retail' category which has been excluded.
  • lisss2009/07/24 18:17:30
    Surely hair dressers are a service business? That makes no sense!
  • sparrow2009/07/25 10:50:35
    lisss
    Surely hair dressers are a service business? That makes no sense!


    And especially if they are the work from home type ones too.
  • lilpretzel2009/07/25 10:58:49
    Hair Dressers should be included, mine is fantastic and she works from home.

    :)
  • blondieo2009/07/25 23:14:38
    This sounds great Noosie, thanks for sharing :)

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