Free 24 hour FULL membership to Moshi Monsters online game site
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Free 24 hour FULL membership to Moshi Monsters online game site

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Found 23rd Jul 2012
Exclusive: Free 24 Hour Membership For All!

It has been uncovered by yours truly that there's a super secret code that will give you a 24 hour FREE MEMBERSHIP. This is history in the making! Monsters all over town are talking about it.

When asked about this monumental news, Mizz Snoots from Horrods said, "It truly is the most amazing thing to happen in Monstro City since my doors first opened, many Moshi moons ago."

Head over to moshimember.com and enter the code TICKET. Note: This code will only work if you're not already a member!


While you're at it follow my thread to gain loads of free codes to get your Moshi Monster levelled up and kitted out
Link in Post #1

Cheapest 3-day membership on ebay is £1.49, making this 1-day worth 49p

17 Comments

Original Poster

Why the cold temperature? Works for me, make sure you actually have interest in Moshi Monsters before voting.

Also make sure you enter the code on the moshimember.com and not the normal logon page.

My daughter love all things Moshi. However parents must be vigilant. They have a monster to care for and a room to decorate.....no problem there for me. However, there is also a pinboard in their rooms that the children can communicate with other moshi site users that they accept as 'friends'. The 'chat' on the pinboard is not restricted, so your child and others can potentially post anything they want to....addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses etc. The potential for inappropriate adults posing as 'children' and asking for this kind of personal information from young children who may not think twice about giving this info to their online 'friend' is very high risk. I've seen other Moshi members pinboards where information is freely being given about the childs real name, school they go to and answers to questions like 'where do you live?'! My daughter received some inappropriate e-mails that set my alarm bell ringing that she most definately was not communicating with another 7 year old child. Thankfully I saw the messages the exact day it was sent to my child and I pressed the 'report' button on the inappropriate messages so that the moshi team could look at the messages. That was about 2-3 weeks ago and I've had no feedback at all from them, not even to say they acknowledged that a 'report message' was sent to them....bitterly disappointed!!! My daughters accounts are via my e-mail address and I've had no messages, only the automated message 'Your monster is missing you' if you've not been online for a while!!!! Have banned both daughters from the site. Another parent in my daughters' class done the same also. Have in the past bought memberships for both of my children, but will not be doing this anymore. I don't even want a free membership. The Buildabear website is much better in my opinion as any communication between the users is via a restrictive text that can only be chosen from a predetermined list of words to say. There is not a way to put in or spell a number so limiting the risk of children giving personal info of phone numbers, addresses etc. Or there is a part of buildabear where there is no scope for chatting at all with the restrictive chat, so the children are free to play, explore etc giving parents some peace of mind. Only giving my experience of Moshi. Not good.Even for free.

Edited by: "xillium" 24th Jul 2012

thanks worked great , that link doesnt work , but did useing the link on your moshi page

Original Poster

xillium

My daughter love all things Moshi. However parents must be vigilant. They … My daughter love all things Moshi. However parents must be vigilant. They have a monster to care for and a room to decorate.....no problem there for me. However, there is also a pinboard in their rooms that the children can communicate with other moshi site users that they accept as 'friends'. The 'chat' on the pinboard is not restricted, so your child and others can potentially post anything they want to....addresses, phone numbers, e-mail addresses etc. The potential for inappropriate adults posing as 'children' and asking for this kind of personal information from young children who may not think twice about giving this info to their online 'friend' is very high risk. I've seen other Moshi members pinboards where information is freely being given about the childs real name, school they go to and answers to questions like 'where do you live?'! My daughter received some inappropriate e-mails that set my alarm bell ringing that she most definately was not communicating with another 7 year old child. Thankfully I saw the messages the exact day it was sent to my child and I pressed the 'report' button on the inappropriate messages so that the moshi team could look at the messages. That was about 2-3 weeks ago and I've had no feedback at all from them, not even to say they acknowledged that a 'report message' was sent to them....bitterly disappointed!!! My daughters accounts are via my e-mail address and I've had no messages, only the automated message 'Your monster is missing you' if you've not been online for a while!!!! Have banned both daughters from the site. Another parent in my daughters' class done the same also. Have in the past bought memberships for both of my children, but will not be doing this anymore. I don't even want a free membership. The Buildabear website is much better in my opinion as any communication between the users is via a restrictive text that can only be chosen from a predetermined list of words to say. There is not a way to put in or spell a number so limiting the risk of children giving personal info of phone numbers, addresses etc. Or there is a part of buildabear where there is no scope for chatting at all with the restrictive chat, so the children are free to play, explore etc giving parents some peace of mind. Only giving my experience of Moshi. Not good.Even for free.



Welcome to the unrestricted internet, if your kids are able to use Google this is the least of your worries.
I can't comment on how the back-end teams control or support issues but yes there is a message board anyone can post anything on. I guess its all part of the social network, many other gaming sites are similar or worse, for us we initially had worries but after my daughter understood never to give out personal details and ignore bad messages or rude comments etc, she actually became more vigilant and was quite a good lesson to learn with anything on the internet.

my code did not work

mu code didnt work for a reason

what's the code?

whats the code to be a 24 hour member?

Already a member but I don't no if it will work or not.

The code TICKET (when following the instructions) works and works well - heat added.
The internet is a virus ridden, pornographic heaven with millions of people pretending they are someone else. You need to monitor your children on everything they do - Moshi Monsters is no execption - it is no worse or better than anywhere else. Including some of teh bad language I see on sites like hotukdeals.com!!
I still come here and I will continue to monitor my kids internet access wherever they go.

PLEASE tell me the 24 hour member code. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!!

Wolfang4

PLEASE tell me the 24 hour member code. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE!!!



Read?

Almost did it.

yeeeeeeeees

I HAVE A CODE ITS GOLD IN CAPS

Just log in to your account:D
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