Is MyPoints limited to one member per household?
I read the TOS and don't see it mentioned. My DH has had an account for years. I had one myself years ago but let it got dormant. When BzzAgent went to mypoints as its reward system I re-joined and now have an active account again. Is that against the rules? Any advice info appreciated.
06-22-2008 09:01 AM
As far as I know it's one per household. I have read where others accounts have been cancelled when MyPoints found out there were more than one.
No, it is not one per household.
Terms of Participation
Only individuals 18 years or older and residing in the U.S. and Canada may enroll in the MyPoints Program and become Members. MyPoints reserves the right to prevent access to the Program and the MyPoints website from IP addresses outside of the U.S. and Canada.
Corporations or other business entities are not eligible to become Members.
MyPoints membership and its right to use is limited to one individual per MyPoints account.
MyPoints.com allows only one email address per Member.
Member agrees to provide only true and accurate information to MyPoints (including to its advertisers and partners) at all times.
Member agrees to comply with the terms of all MyPoints and MyPoints advertiser and partner offers, promotions, and programs at all times.
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Well, that is a relief. I think I have heard of people having to send in copies of their drivers liscense but that may have been memolink. I don't remember. Anyway, I don't have to decide now which account to keep open. Since bzzagent is giving my points as rewards it really is necessary to have a my points account if you are a bzz agent.
Mypoints made some people send in their DL's. I don't know what the issue was. My account was locked once and all I had to do was send an email....I think that was when they changed over to using your email address for your login.
We had to fax MyPoints copies of our IDs since there were two accounts at the same address. After that everything was A-OK.
Originally Posted by karefree
My husband and I both have accounts. I always click on the emails for the points, he only does it when it's convenient for him. He says they are a pain and doesn't feel like fooling with it. Every point counts so I am just grateful that he does it once in a while.