Mistplay: How I Played Games and Got Paid (Or Did I?)

Mistplay is an app that pays you for playing games on your phone. It sounds like a dream come true for gamers, but is it really legit or just a scam? I decided to test it out and share my experience with you.

How Mistplay Works

Mistplay is an app that you can download from the Google Play Store or the App Store. You can sign up with your email or Facebook account and start browsing through a list of games that are compatible with Mistplay. You can choose any game you like and install it through Mistplay.
When you play a game through Mistplay, you earn points called Units. The amount of Units you earn depends on how long you play, how often you play, and your level in the game. You can also earn bonus Units by completing achievements and reaching milestones in the game.
You can redeem your Units for various rewards, such as gift cards, prepaid cards, or cash via PayPal. The minimum points required for redemption vary depending on the reward. For example, you need 2000 Units for a £5 Amazon or Mastercard gift card, but you need 3500 Units for a £10 Starbucks gift card.

My Experience with Mistplay

I downloaded Mistplay on my Android phone and signed up with my email. I got a welcome bonus of 200 Units for joining. I looked at the games and decided to try Lords Mobile and Doomsday, both from IGG Games. I installed them through Mistplay and started playing.
I noticed that there was a progress bar at the top of the screen that showed how many Units I was earning and how close I was to the next checkpoint. Each checkpoint gave me 100 Units and a bonus for reaching it. The checkpoints were measured by the amount of time I spent in the game, but I don’t know the exact intervals.
I played both games for the whole day and earned around 1800+ Units in total. I also completed some achievements and milestones that gave me extra Units. I was now at 2000+ Units, which was enough for a £5 Mastercard gift card. I decided to redeem it and see if it would work. I entered my details and confirmed the redemption. I expected to receive a confirmation email with a code for my gift card, but instead, I received a message that said my withdrawal was not approved. It also said that my account was put on hold and that I had to contact their support team for more information.
I wasn’t that shocked, but honestly I thought Mistplay was legit and that they would pay me for playing games. I wondered what I did wrong and why they rejected my withdrawal. I decided to contact their support team and ask for an explanation. I sent them an email with my account details and my withdrawal request. I am still waiting for their reply.

My Conclusion

Based on my experience, I can say that Mistplay is not a scam, but it is not very reliable either. It does pay you with real gift cards, but it takes a long time to earn enough points to withdraw them. And even if you do, there is no guarantee that your withdrawal will be approved.
So, if you are looking for a quick and easy way to make money online, Mistplay is not for you. But if you enjoy playing games and don’t mind waiting for your rewards, you can give it a try and see for yourself. Just be prepared for some possible disappointment and frustration.

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