How many times does an opportunity to get $25 for doing virtually nothing come along? Not very often. But today, and for the next few weeks, this money is free for the taking. The best part is that you don’t have to jump through any hoops, sign up for a bunch of worthless offers, or try to refer a bunch of people just to get your money. Nope. All you have to do is create an account with Revolution Money Exchange.
What is Revolution Money Exchange, you say? Are you familiar with Paypal? This is simply a new company that is doing the same thing. It is an online service that allows you to send and request payment online.
Revolution Money Exchange Benefits
- FREE to register for an account
- FREE to add money from your bank account
- FREE to send money
- FREE to receive money
- FREE to request money
- FREE to transfer money to your bank account
- A transaction fee applies for check withdrawals, check stop payments, paper statements, ACH returns, and overdrafts.
How it Compares With Paypal
I’ve been a Paypal user since 2000, and over the years, have sent and received tens of thousands of dollars. I think Paypal is great, but Revolution Money Exchange seems to have many of the same features. I spent a lot of time experimenting with their website and interface. I must say that if you’re familiar with Paypal, then this interface is similar and very easy to use.
One of the biggest differences is that it doesn’t cost you anything to receive money, at least for now. This is similar to what Google Checkout did when they rolled out their payment system, and you could receive payments without being charged a fee.
Sign Up Today and Receive $25
I signed up earlier today just to see how easy it was, and I must say, their “two minute registration” wasn’t far off the mark. The registration process is easy, and only requires the standard identification used to create accounts with Paypal or Google Checkout and the like. Once you sign up, you’ll be credited $25, no questions asked. Then, all you have to do is finish the registration process by linking your account to a funding source like a checking or savings account. As long as you complete this by May 15th, all you have to do is transfer the money to your account.
So, if you want some free money, I recommend signing up. Not only will you get 25 bucks, but you’ll also have them kick me a few bucks for referring you. What is better than that? You get free money, and you can help support the site. Not only that, but if you do handle online money transactions, the ability to receive money without a 2.9% fee like Paypal or Google Checkout is nice. The free money offer is only good until May 15th, so don’t delay!
Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle
My name is Jeremy Vohwinkle, and I’ve spent a number of years working in the finance industry providing financial advice to regular investors and those participating in employer-sponsored retirement plans.
I never had a problem with RME yet. You can use RME with the Abundant Living System providing the inviter accepts RME. I love RME despite the 2500 monthly limit. It's not a bad thing to actually have a limit in place, as I have heard horror stories from those who had been fxxked from using paypal and how some people had thousands of dollars stolen from paypal via false complaints from buyers on sites like ebay and such.
I don't like giving my info out any more than necessary either, but in this case, this service is offered by First Bank & Trust, which is an FDIC insured bank. So, I'm quite confident in submitting my info. They do seem to have all of the standard banking security measures in place, and ask for the same type of information, so I don't see any red flags.
Of course, not everyone may be comfortable, and if you really have reservations, I guess it is better safe than sorry. But from what I've seen, it is no different than any other online banking site or application.
Do you think we should have any reservations about giving them our financial information and SS#? I would like to sign up but want to limit my info out there as much as possible. Is it simple enough to just take it out once it is deposited?
Kevin, it does seem like they are giving a lot of money away. But I suppose if you want to compete in an area with some established players, you have to pull out all the stops.
So we get $25 and you get $10 for the referal. That's potentially alot of money they're giving away.