Moshi Monsters Membership Codes
Posted on March 12, 2013 - Comments 
We get a lot of request for Moshi Monster Membership codes.
I’m afraid we don’t have any membership codes, and we can’t allow comments discussing membership codes to be published on the site.
Mind Candy, the people behind Moshi Monsters need to make money from the game. They have people working for them who need to be paid for what they do. It enables them to build more cool features into the game (and hire more people!)
Free Moshi Monster Membership codes
Trial Membership Codes
From time to time, Moshi Monsters will give away free Trial Membership access.
These come in the form of a codes such as “TICKET” that was available in 2012.
These codes aren’t entered into the normal IGGY code screen but at: http://www.moshimember.com.
When these turn up we’ll share these on Moshi Secrets. We’re not talking about these trial codes here.
Random number codes for Moshi Monsters Membership
If you’ve done any searching on the internet you may have come across sites suggesting that you can get membership by entering a five digit number and then some random number.
Moshi Monsters have confirmed that they have been made aware of the situation and say:
“We have been made aware of a situation amongst young fans where entering a random selection of numbers along with 25836 will entitle the user to a 3-day membership.”
“We have made sure that this combination of numbers have been withdrawn from production, so that going forward this won’t be an option.”
I’m sure other combinations that have been spread of YouTube etc. have also been withdrawn.
We asked if these codes would affect people who already had purchased these 3-day memberships. We legitimate purchasers lose out because someone had “guessed” the code on their card?
“Please rest assured that for our genuine customers who have bought these 3-day memberships, we are making sure that they are entitled to their memberships without a problem.
“We also have internal processes to routinely make sure that any children using the site as they shouldn’t be have the appropriate action taken.”
So beware, at best you’re likely to be wasting your time trying to use these codes and although they don’t say what “appropriate action” they’ll take, I’d guess that you’d risk losing your access to Moshi Monsters – at least for a while.
A big thanks to to the Customer Care team at Moshi Monsters for answering our questions.
Beware of Moshi Monsters Membership code generators
Let’s be really clear. These don’t work / don’t really exist.
In most cases they are what’s called “Survey Scam” that promise that you’ll get your download if you complete a survey.
The surveys sound tempting too such as:
- Chance to win an iPhone 5.
- Your chance to win your favorite Apple product!
- Enjoy a competitive rate with an aqua credit card.
- Your Chance to win the new Apple iPad!
- Chance to win £500 to Spend at B&Q UK!
These surveys uses popular brand names to try and entice you to enter your personal data, names, emails, addresses and even credit card numbers.
You WILL NOT get the items promised for completing the survey. There is NO CHANCE that you’d win an iPhone 5. These things are just there to persuade you to complete the survey.
Even when you complete the survey you still do not get access to the supposed Moshi code generator tool.
These applications do not exist and do not work. The videos you see are not of functioning software. Why don’t they ever show your the results – screen-shots of a Moshi Monster account with all the Rox / Membership etc that the tool will supposedly give you.
We’ve seen some very badly faked screen-shots of Moshi Monsters trying to show a large number of Rox!
Again, we asked Moshi Monsters for their view:
“Sadly we don’t have any control over the content posted in sites such as youtube, but we do monitor them, and if we feel that there is anything damaging to the brand then we do arrange to have the content removed; again our internal processes do make sure that our users are playing safely in Monstro-City!”
Watch our for malicious software.
You should always be on the lookout for malicious software – software that says it’ll do something good – but really, installs nasty viruses, trojans (sneaky software that pretends to be something else in order to get access to your computer) and other bad software on your computer.
One final thing – make sure you’ve got a good up to date anti-virus software installed.
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