This offer will expire tomorrow (Thursday) May 15, 2008. Hurry up and get your free and easy $25 before the promotion ends.

If you haven't heard about Revolution Money Exchange, you should certainly check it out. It's free to send and receive money and unlike Paypal, there is no transaction fee!

Refer A Friend using Revolution Money Exchange

They are currently offering a $25 signup bonus when you open an account before May 15, 2008. I would greatly appreciate it if you sign up using the link above. You get a $25 bonus and I will get a $10 referral bonus. Once you open your new account, you can then use it to refer other people and get the referral bonus for yourself (up to $500).

What are the benefits of using Revolution Money Exchange (besides a sweet $25 signup bonus).
  • Secure transfers.
  • Free to send and receive money.
  • Free to request money.
  • Free to transfer money to your bank account.
  • You can send up to $1000 per day, not to exceed $2500 in a calendar month.

It is quick and easy to open an account so be sure to open an account today and get your free $25 bonus. The bonus should show up in your account in a couple of minutes so you won't need to wait weeks for the money.


  1. Anonymous // April 10, 2008 at 7:48 PM  

    I signed up under your link, Twas painless and quick. ;)

  2. John Border // May 15, 2008 at 11:50 PM  
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  3. Anonymous // February 12, 2009 at 9:45 PM  

    Revolution Money is going under. They have run out of money. The Board of Directors and Executive Management are to blame. The Board tried to drive accounts with a huge marketing spend. This is typical of AOL where the business model was to drive accounts and not take care of the customer.
    One problem was they didn’t take care of the customer or look for long-term value and the user interface required an overhaul or temporary band-aids. None of which were done. The online interface was actually an AOL-esque application and not a web-based interface.

    Online issues were identified early yet there was no course correction. The senior management and directors did not have experience with an immature online business that needed to take care of the customer. Directors and VPs were hired who had little or no online experience. Several VPs was upset that they did not have a secretary to manage their schedule.

    While the business model was solid, the executive management did not have the expertise to run an integrated online and direct marketing campaign. While their response will be - failure was caused by an economic downturn, this is far from the truth. For example, the executives gold-plated the IT operation, installed it and then saw funds were low and fired all the contractors who helped install this. Worse, the Executives purchased the new Mac Air Notebooks when their PC laptops were just fine. Proven web strategies were ignored in favor of driving accounts. Priorities were ever shifting and became a running joke amongst the staff.

    This failure will be a great study for B-Schools. Also, the lessons of the Internet business in the late nineties and 2000 were ignored. For example, how to burn through 80 million dollars.