Frequent Miler famously coined the term Perpetual Point Machine, PPM, which is to find a loop to earn unlimited points. Last week, I posted that I will help you, but you need to do the work and this post holds true as I will leave only a handful of clues. The only downside, it’s an unethical goose. I tweeted the other day about a sighting of the PPM and @aegt reminded me that there is a Perpetual Point Machine out there that I forgot about.
@ChasingThePts unethical ones have always existed like buy n return..and then ST debit is pretty close to a real, ethical n scaleable.
— aegt (@aegt) April 7, 2014
If you don’t have any morals here is how you do it:
- You need a Gmail email address because of the unique properties, I will not explain why. You’ll need to research this
- The vendor, I’ve written about it in 2014
- It’s a pain in the behind for the PPM, therefore, I highly recommend a macro/script to automate some of the process
- The vendor can be found on multiple miles earning and cash back portals
Because it’s supposed to be a one time offer but the coupon consistently works, this makes it an unethical perpetual point machine. The vendor is getting screwed big time.
I will not answer any emails or questions regarding this vendor in question. I will leave the comments open for discussion, but if it takes the wrong way I will have to close it. I also highly encourage that if you find the vendor to keep it to yourself.
Why Am I Even Writing About It?
There’s been a few times that I have generated points that have made me think if it was a bad idea or not. This opportunity really is a bad idea. I am writing about it is because if we go back to Matt’s Venn diagram, this post is designed for the both sides of the circle not in the union. If you try hard enough, you can find exceptional deals. This PPM is available, but your ethics will be called into question. Frequent Miler has a great post on that line he will not cross. I’m sure Frequent Miler has come across a PPM or two, but crossed the line and never made it for publication.
(I deliberately left a total of 6 clues in this post)