Swagbucks is Here to Help – JoshsMommy91
Here at Swagbucks, we make helping our members the top priority. Whether it’s using Swagbucks to save money on groceries, pay your bills, get your holiday shopping done, or just kill your boredom, we are happy to assist you in any way we can. We love hearing from our Swaggernauts as they express their gratitude to us, because it reinforces why we are here in the first place. Here is a wonderful testimonial sent in by one of our Swaggernauts, JoshsMommy91 of Wetumpka, AL.
Swagbucks has truly helped us out these last two years. In the summer of 2010, I fell in love with my high school enemy, now my husband of almost three years. We had a baby nine months after our wedding day. Neither of us expected a pregnancy so fast. We weren’t prepared, had no money put back, or anything. I was put on bed rest at 35 weeks with high blood pressure, and because I didn’t come back to work within eight weeks (or when my son was 3 weeks old) I was fired. It was devastating as I made a good bit of money that we depended on. Daycare here is expensive, and if I were to start out at a new job it would not pay me to go to work once you include daycare and gas. That is how I became a stay at home mom. I have heard of Swagbucks before, but only played with the website. I started getting diligent using it, surveys, watching videos, playing games, things I would do on other sites, I did here.After a while, I ended up making enough points for gift cards. I would exchange them for Amazon Cards and go buy our toiletries, including diapers, off their site. With all the money I saved by buying online, we have been able to stay afloat!We now have another child and anytime I sit down to nurse, I play some games on Swagbucks and earn more points. I have not had to buy toilet paper, paper towels, or diapers using our own money in two years. Thank you Swagbucks for keeping us afloat!Here is a picture of my Swag Namesake Josh. He is named after his fallen police officer uncle. My little girl is Chloe.
What an incredible and unfortunately, all too familiar story, JoshsMommy91, thank you so much for sharing it with us. Here’s to many more years of rewarding Swaggin’ (and less diapers)!
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