Offer credited, received free e-book and then received an email stating that the payout was denied?
Exact same thing happened to me. I received free e-book, also verifies email as requested. The only thing I did not do was sign up for their free website, which the e-book and site was trying to push. The website was only free for 7 days, then you had to pay a monthly fee. When I looked for cancellation procedures if I decided not to keep the website, they were so hidden, that I knew I would be charged for a service I didn't want. I didn't sign up for the website. Next thing I know, I'm denied my credit. I completed the offer as requested, so to me it was a site scamming fusion cash.,
Thanks for this heads up, occasionally I will look for additional offers that I may have overlooked, but if it is one that might be a scam or have hidden charges later I want no part of those. This is what makes this part of the forum so great in that we members are looking out for each other and all appreciate not being scammed or being taken advantage of. Sorry you had to invest your time but thank you for sharing. Hopefully somewhere in here or in the future I am able to return the favor for you. Did you do the Rosetta Stone offer? it was fairly quick and easy and credited fairly quickly also. Good luck Take care.