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January 31st, 2012
02:44 PM ET

Mobile app rewards couch potatoes

A mobile application called "Viggle" lets you earn rewards by watching TV. CNN's Chad Myers and Suzanne Malveaux explain how it works.

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    I had heard about Viggle from CNN and signed up early and was a huge supporter; until recently. Over the months, they have slashed the points you earn and drastically increased the point "cost" of claiming rewards. You can easily find out that their stock has tanked and they are 80-some million in the hole. However, what your readers/watchers should be informed of is how they will delete your complaints from their Facebook page, and if you complain too much they will just block you altogether. Also, the next time you try to redeem your points, you will just get an "error" and can't redeem. They don't cancel your account; they keep it open and you can still check into shows and earn points (which earns them money from their partners) and they don't notify you. When you send an email to their support, they don't reply. Please get the word out about this company...I know that the stories on CNN have garnered them MANY followers, but the public needs to know what is currently going on. Thank you 🙂

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