Bangalore, India (PressExposure) April 13, 2008 -- Admanya.com, India's leading consumer review website introduces Admanya Cash, the only reward program that pays you for writing complaints and feedback and doesn't ask you to purchase anything. Every member of Admanya.com will begin earning Admanya Cash starting March 1, 2008 and these points can be exchanged for fabulous gifts such T-Shirts, Magazine subscriptions, Perfumes, Watches and even Free Holiday Trips.
"I can't believe this!" exclaims one member in the website site message board. It is actually too good to believe for an average Indian consumer who is generally ignored or harassed than helped when he lodges a complaint about any product or service. So when Admanya decides not only to help the consumer but also to reward him, disbelief is the first thing that sets in one's mind.
But there is no question of chance or any lucky draw with Admanya Cash. Each member will earn a definitive amount of Admanya Cash depending on the activity and the Admanya Cash balance will be instantly reflected in the member account. The gift catalogue is available at the Admanya site and the minimum Admanya Cash required to redeem a gift is just 400.
"Admanya Cash has been conceived to recognize the effort of our members in furthering the cause of Indian consumers." says Jaydeep Bhattacharjee, Founder and CEO of Admanya.com. He adds, "I am looking forward to a lot more feedback from consumers to make Admanya the singular source of unbiased product information. It has been a great first year for us and we look forward to another fantastic year in 2008".
The introduction of Admanya Cash coincides with the first anniversary of the portal. Admanya membership is free and the 2 minute signup process is your first step to earn Admanya Cash. A member can jumpstart with 200 points with a complete profile followed by one product review. However, Admanya is not only about product reviews as the social networking capabilities allow members to interact with each other and do beyond consumer activism.