I Hate Moola

If you google for moola invitations SmartCanucks.ca is the first search result: Check it here. This is driving large traffic to my website (not necessarily welcomed traffic since not all people looking for moola invitations are Canadians). I therefore sent an email to moola.com asking them to provide SmartCanucks visitors with invitations since I get too many requests. Fair?

I thought so until I got their reply. Their reply is just sad and disappointing:

Thank you for your inquiry.

We appreciate your interest and support in our site. While we recognize that your offer would be beneficial to us, we are currently limiting the number of invitations available in order to control the growth rate of the site. Therefore, we are unable to participate in your program at this time.

Again, we appreciate your interest and will keep your contact information on file for reference when considering future partnership opportunities.

Business Development Team

Well their “Business Development Team” have no clue about business development 🙁

17 responses to “I Hate Moola”

  1. David says:

    It’s not so bad… Atleast they were professional about it…they could have just ignored you and left you hanging forever…

  2. Boo Radley says:

    yes, maybe I exaggerated the situation a bit…
    I was just mad when I got their reply.

  3. Flash says:

    When I first saw a posting about Moola here, I went to there website, checked it out, and signed up to be notified when more spots are available. That was April 8, and I just got an invite directly from Moola, so it’s not really that long of a wait when you think of it… two weeks.

    I’ll be sure to let you guys know if I have extra invites once I check with family and friends, but I encourage you to go sign up for a direct invite!

  4. Greg-J says:

    Hopefully I can help at least a little bit. I started ClubMoola.com, and you can get invitations in the invitation section of the forum. I know tons of people with a lot of them, so it shouldn’t be a problem.

    Feel free to make a post about it if you’d like. Sorry to hear about your trouble.

  5. Adnan says:

    Anyone in need of a moola invite, then auto-invite yourself here:


  6. sally says:

    I personally think moola is a huge waste of time to play anyways.
    Wooo… it took a friend over 6 months to make 5 bucks

    Not worth it, its about as useful as netwinner to me. Sure after a year maybe youll have enough to get a giftcard. But how many hours did u spend doing so?

    If you look at the time spent at these things its just not worth it.

    Poop on moola boo.

  7. disgruntled says:

    Or, If you’re any good at the games, you can be up $50 in an hour, or in even a couple hundred. And for playing a video game! Playing Moola is not a job or an investment. It’s just playing games with a chance to win something. Poop on you for implying that those of us who are having fun are wasting our time

  8. sally says:

    No seriously poop on you because ive never heard of anyone making 50 bucks an hour on there ever.

  9. disgruntled says:

    Oh, sorry, I guess I should let you know when I win then. I didn’t have your email.

  10. sally says:

    Oh its ok have fun spending your millions from moola 🙂

  11. Bart says:

    “… we are currently limiting the number of invitations available in order to control the growth rate of the site.”

    Any ideas on why they’d need to slow it down?

    Anyway, I’ve enjoyed playing moola every now and again, but now I just use their spin and win to make 8-20 cents a day. It’s like a ultra low-stakes wheel of fortune.

    If you don’t choose to search through their toolbar a hundred times, you can still get your 4 free spins by waiting an hour or two before attempting to get a spin. There seems to be a timed delay between the 4 spins. Since I’m online for most of the day, it doesn’t take much time to try to get a spin every couple of hours.

    Anyway, there is a good strategy manual for moola, and I’ve put the web address under my sig.

  12. Joan says:

    Hi all!!! Check out Moola if you get the chance! The Search and Win wheel has been replaced with the Play and Win wheel. It appears randomly before games so the more you play the more you see it. The Booster Zone has a great shopping mall with varying %’s of cashback and lots of free boosters to help you out! Invitations are now available from the main page! Be sure to stop by the forum, introduce yourself and have some fun with the forum games and free lotteries!!

  13. Joan says:

    Search and Win is back at Moola along with the Play and Win wheel! There are so many free boosters now, some have made a few hundred in a day just from free offers! Great new game called Farkle is there.. incredibly addictive.. one person made $600 playing it for a day!! Here’s an invite link if you’d like to check it out !

  14. sseeley says:

    There are currently some issues with the Search and Win booster payouts, but give it a try… I’ve got invites left, so if you want one, here: http://www.moola.com/moopubs/b2b/exc/join.jsp?sid=4d5449744f4459774f413d3d-2


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