Bad 1.9 | Reviews (21)
Company: Marketing Punch Ltd
Founded: 2002
Country: United Kingdom
Prizes: Money, electronic & gadgets, etc.
TOS: 18+ United Kingdom residents
Phone: 0870 4460031
  1. Beware. This is s scam. Nothing is real. Just constant bombard of emails. Automated telephone calls. Don’t believe the 5 star reviews either. They are probably written by the Pirates who operate the site. Stay away. Trust me they have nothing to give you for free.

  2. Great experience and have won numerous prizes I’m just waiting for delivery, Thankyou offer-X
    Chris Elkerton

  3. When I signed up they sent me an email to apply when going to website I got a message from my AV app threat detected

  4. I haven’t heard from them in 3 months and it is just crazy with all the texts and calls and emails… they haven’t even drawn out the one I was in which was an IPhoneX btw

  5. OFFERX IS A SCAM. DONT WASTE YOUR TIME, YOU ARE CONSTANTLY SENT THE SAME SURVEY OVER AND OVER again and sometimes 3 to 5 times in 1 day…and there’s nowhere to review what you’ve potentially earned. Avoid also Test and Keep, as they are the same outfit…they are thieves, as they steal your time….motherf_ckers..morons, wow and they set the review up so you can’t give them a minus rating…so
    Even though it’s been rigged to give them 1 star…PATHETIC MORONS THE LOT..

    • thanks for that appreciate it thought id google offerx as I keep getting emails from them just wanted to see if its a scam

  6. Seemed genuine because it used Asda’s name to get you to enter. That’s my excuse but I should have had more sense than to enter. It’s an unsolicited sales lead nightmare – possibly worse and I’ve received so many telephone calls, emails and texts in the three days since then that I’m seriously thinking about changing my email address and mobile number.
    They’re scamming the retailers they sell your details to just as much as the public because they seem to be handing the details to people selling stuff I’d never dream of buying.
    I’d warn anyone not to join.

    • I have won several prizes from Offer X, the best being £250 of Amazon vouchers. However I’ve tried to contact them a few times recently about prizes that are offered but no winners are announced such as a load that were supposed to end on January 9th 2020. I had a lot of entries in these draws but no winner was announced. Also on two occasions the big prize was a car and this was never drawn either. Why don’t they answer queries?

  7. Yeah, it’s real. I won a few times from them. They’d not long been running. They’ve made the surveys longer, & you don’t accumulate as many points now tho.

  8. Its simply a scam site to get your phone, emails, DOB and addresses, then they forward your details to 1000’s of hard sell companies, once you fill there offers form, you will be bombarded by phones and emails companies trying to sell you from insurance, casino offers, funeral plans, loans, accidents injuries, to holidays, teeth crowns, you name it. You will become 100 year old by filling one last offer in order to grab your 1st free gift. It’ll never happen. So don’t run after this and don’t waste your time, I have and I want to commit suicide now. Please don’t waste your time. Thanks

  9. Avoid at all cost they take your details and even if you say not interested you still get the bloody call its ridiculous how a company can get away with this in this day and age do yourself a favour and don’t use them

  10. Within 24hours of signing up to this site, I received 23 spam phone calls, sometimes the same number called me multiple times. One was a crossword company another was ‘Abacus’ and a mobile
    Phone company (allegedly). Their ‘contact page’ is unavailable and their only contact on their website is via post. I tried to change my settings to no phone contact but it didn’t change. Scam 100%

  11. One word…..Scam, don’t even click on the ad, offerX only want money, so they’ll just give your details to other companies

  12. Don’t fall for it, I made the mistake of disclosing my mobile number as it conned me into thinking I’d won something and I’ve received 8 calls today from electricity to mobile phone contracts, even after I ticked the boxes saying I didn’t want to be contacted. So don’t fall for it.

    Another thing as well it directs you to another site called the national consumer council where that also cons you into thinking you are going to win vouchers for Amazon etc if you complete by joining certain things like I stupidly ended up joining Apple Music because it said I only needed one star. Wow, I thought it’s worth that but un beknowns to me you had to go to another page and join another 5 things, then another page and join another 10 things, so basically you get nothing an I’d love to meet mrs h who got her £250 Amazon voucher. These people want stringing up, get ya details flog em on so ya bombarded with phone calls, or rob ya bank account an if ya unlucky both! Scumbags.

  13. Please listen, they will scam and harvest your details multiple people I know have got scammed and it all started of with a mystery JD shopper, they will ring you if you sign up and ask for personal details and information on your phone, please do not proceed to tell them anything this can get a lot worse.

  14. Spam. They want your details to harvest. It’s not rocket science folks …Nothing is for free

  15. Be extremely careful, they are fraudulent. I was directed through an online survey, then to a scam called the national consumer council. I had been told that I could test and keep an apple x phone. I was then told that to complete the process, I had to purchase a silver deal. I entered my bank details and they tried to defraud my bank account on multiple occasions. As for punch who I am led to believe own they are in my opinion corrupt. I won’t state my reasons for this online

  16. Shocking scam example just one more bloody thing to do and you are entered for your prize, so you install some shit House app you don’t want thinking wow finally there but are you are you hell because after that you ain’t there because you have to I stall another unwanted app likely paying money and so on and so on. Oh and don’t forget the unwanted phone calls from jack arses wanting to sell you there shit that you already know about but went to someone else as that someone else is better suited to you all this even though you said you don’t want the calls they give them and anyone else who’s interested your number. So all in all you waste half your life trying to get to the final stage (there probably isn’t one) to be entered into a prize draw which you never get to so no chance of winning and the other half of your life taking unwanted calls and blocking numbers. If you don’t let people get to the prize draw don’t give there numbers to everyone especially when they have not give their permission that is illegal

  17. I have won a prize on the daily prize draw on the 20.12.2017 of £30 Amazon voucher. I try to claim it, but it’s not accepting my request saying I am not on the list and my email address is wrong.. I have written nearly every day since I won, but there has not been any reply. The site is closing on the 31.12.3017 and I would like to receive my prize please.

    • I’ve just been onto the Offerx website and it shows that Geeta Nosib hasn’t claimed the prize so won’t win. I won £250 of Amazon vouchers in October and I received them in early November.

  18. Me too, but I’m still waiting for delivery I’m really hoping its a genuine site and it’s not going to add charges to my contract aim unbonowst to me xx

  19. Hi, it says I won an iPhone 7 but it doesn’t say if it’s completely free or comes with a contract

  20. Won £5 on 19th Dec 2016 and still waiting for it on 29th Jan 2017!


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Offerx Exposed — Only For the United Kingdom… Maybe…

Offerx Exposed

Offerx Review

Everyone loves winning prizes, especially when you can play for free. But then again, we’re always saying there is nothing for free. So let’s go look at the actual cost for playing here.

What Is

This free prize site offers a heap of different click on opportunities to win. For many of the draws, you can enter up to fifty times. The daily draw only once (though getting into the terms and conditions, it does mention 30 times). The prizes are good, but – yes, the but – what are the actual odds of winning versus the amount of time that you are going to spend looking at advertising and/or answering surveys. That is why they do it.

Who Can Participate?

Anyone 18 years and older and a resident of the United Kingdom, Channel Island, and the Island of Man can vie for prizes at as long as you’re not an employee or family member of the Marketing Punch Ltd. Interestingly, we asked the support desk the question of who can play and they came back with the UK, France, Spain, and Australia. These additional companies could be the reason that the odds get worse and worse for winning.

What Are the Prizes Offered by Offerx?

The selection of prizes that you can enter ranges from an Apple electronic package through to a family trip to Legoland. The bigger the prize, the longer it seems the draw stays open ranging from daily prizes up to six months.

Who Owns

Keep in mind that you’re going to have to answer a survey, or look at some advertising material. Owned by Marketing Punch Ltd., they receive fees from advertisers for this kind of marketing. You agree that they can send your email address information and promotions both from them and third parties, plus they can supply your contact details for other companies to contact you.

What Are the Terms & Conditions?

Upfront and center on in the T&C, clearly states that their prizes may be promoted over a bunch of different websites at the same time. That means that there is no way of knowing how many people are vying for the prizes.

How to Collect a Prize?

Winners are randomly drawn using a computer within 72 hours of the close date of the contest. If you’ve won, you will receive an email. You have 30 days to “follow the instructions” to claim your prize. You’ll receive it within 30 days. By accepting the prize, you give permission to use your name and imagine for 2 years for promotions. Feedback and Complaints

There were some discussions online on whether or not the winners posted on the site were legitimate. This could be the fact that people who win could be from 4 (at this point) different countries. There is no limit on how many people can play for each prize except the limitation on how many times you can personally play. If you want to contact, there is an online form and snail mail address. There are no phone numbers, email addresses or live chat.

Is Scam or Legit?

Folks, I’m sure that they do award prizes to someone as they themselves say they are getting paid to do this. On that side, this site looks legit. The problem is you could be going for a prize against hundreds and hundreds of people.

Would you mind rating

Bottom Line at

Bloomberg describes the company “Marketing Punch Ltd., an online marketing company, provides online lead generation and email marketing services for businesses.” If you’ve got the time to answer questions, look at advertising and/or answer surveys then you’ll have a chance at some prizes.


Great Prizes

Lots of Prizes



Only for UK Residents or maybe Australia, France & Spain

Spending time looking at advertising and answering surveys

Probably bad odds as lots of people could be playing

We’re giving this site a thumbs down just for the amount of time that people have to spend to get to try and win something. The actual cost of playing for these prizes is your time!

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