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I don't know where my post went so I'll just say I called and asked them to go back to the old way of bidding.  When we could do the fastest bidder got the item this was the fair way of bidding when everyone had a fair chance having a few points or a million.

They keep saying they will do something but have not done anything about it.  Maybe they are just saying this to please someone and then not do anything.

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I have called the Reward for Good phone number and they keep saying they will give my opinion about going back to the fastest bidder gets the item like it use to be.  That way was fair for everyone no matter if someone had a few points or a million points.  

Why do they say they are taking all of this under consideration and they do nothing about it.

I know I'm not the only one that feels this way and it's been so long when are they going to 

go back to the old way, the fair way?

They have done well listing what quizes open daily,weekly etc. so if they would change it back finally that would be great.

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right it's fixed and same not able to bid at all for those
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@on August 15th, Epster wrote:

 Came back to say that I surpassed 700,000 Rewards points on Sunday. 

 

 

You can earn points pretty quickly. I now have 729,034 points. That's nearly 30,000 points in a month. Do a search for the 'r4g earn points' tag to learn how to get 291 points daily. (more on Sunday and the beginning of the month)

 

 

 

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@Tomsowa, All,

 

Sorry, I meant to post this link last night but got sidetracked. Here's the link to the new Rewards for Good forum: http://community.aarp.org/t5/Rewards-for-Good/bd-p/RewardsforGood

 

You'll find it listed under the Technology Forum header in the Discussion navigation options located on the upper right side of your screen when on the homepage. See image below.

 

navigation menu.pngNew Rewards for Good forum navigation

 

 

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Hey @Tomsowa Have you seen the updates for Rewards For Good? A number of previously broken tasks have been fixed, and there's a new Rewards For Good forum, as well. (Look for that on the upper right side of your main page's navigation bar. There's also a thread (in the R4G forun) about what's been fixed as well as what's not. 

 

It ain't perfect, but it is better. Smiley Happy

 

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This sounds like a nightmare - I don't even know if I am posting in the right place.

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@sugartongs

The AARP team is constantly reviewing feedback from users posting in the forums.  The feedback you provide helps AARP create an exceptional experience for all users on our site.

 

It would be extremely helpful if you could share more details around your post.  Sharing can be done here in the discussion thread or by sending an email to community@aarp.org.

 

It would be nice to know…

 

  • What you're looking for and unable to find?
  • What could we be doing that would help?
  • Why do you ignore the emails?  All our mailings offer an unsubscribe option.  Are you still reading the information provided and just not clicking any links?

 

Thank you.

 

Sandy

 


@sugartongs wrote:

I think the whole website is pretty poor. I can't figure out how to do much of anything on it. Mostly I just ignore the emails I get telling me about anything on the website.


 

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I think the whole website is pretty poor. I can't figure out how to do much of anything on it. Mostly I just ignore the emails I get telling me about anything on the website.

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Hi everyone,

 

Thank you for your feedback regarding the Rewards for Good program.  It’s critical that we hear from you as we work on improving the experience.

 

We continue to find ways to add new features that will improve Rewards for Good.  Some recent changes requested by users like you include:

  • The addition of messaging that lets you know when the 5,000 daily points limit has been reached.
  • The ability to see your points total in the header when on a mobile phone.
  • The ability to set a maximum bid in auctions vs. manual bidding. This mirrors best practice auction experiences that are used on other popular bidding websites and was developed based on feedback from many of our auction participants.

Again, thank you for taking the time to share your feedback.  We appreciate your continued patronage as we work on creating an exceptional experience for our members.

 

Thank you.

 

Sandy

 

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