Screenshot of VIP Power Club’s website as of Feb 6, 2016
VIP Power Club details
- Based in:
- New York, USA
- Countries supported:
- “You must be located in USA only!”
- Subscription cost (reviewers):
- Product cost:
- “40% – 100% off”
- Review window:
- “Post an unbiased review within 30 days”
- Notable sign up requirements:
- Name, Email, Amazon Profile URL
- Support email:
Notice something outdated above? Please tell me.
Overview of VIP Power Club
They do everything via email, similar to the Giveaway Nation and Brand Aware Club review sites. “Email only” does NOT mean it is a crapy review site, it just means that you don’t have to log into a dashboard to post reviews or marketplace to fight for free products—you can just reply to their email and say you want the item! In many ways, this is a lot easier for all involved.
Emails from them tend to be sporadic. Sometimes I can go weeks between emails, and another time get two in one week. A recent email offered a $40 iPhone case for free.
Their website has just been updated and redesigned recently. Same email-only program, but much better experience on the site.
How to Become a FREE VIP Power Club Member
From their site:
- Register Below for a FREE Account
- You must be located in USA Only!
- We email you coupons for new released products on amazon
- You receive product, post an unbiased review within 7 days
- Wait for Next Giveaway
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I love VIP Power Club … best one yet
I joined VIP Power Clublast week and I received my first code . My question is, do they require a disclaimer? If I don’t leave a disclaimer will I be in trouble with Amazon? and if I do add one to my review will I be excluded from further product testing offers? Oh and one other thing; in the e-mail it specifically says ” DO NOT leave Seller Feedback”. Does anyone know why that is important? Other sites ask for seller feedback. I would really like to know the ins-and-outs of product testing so I don’t get in any trouble with Amazon.
Amazon ALWAYS require a disclaimer and make sure you state EITHER free or discounted, the catchall “I received this product for free or at a discount” just confuses buyers and undermines any authority your review would otherwise have.
Anything you don’t feel good with then just walk away. Not leaving seller feedback seems a little unusual.