Is the Liberty HealthShare Referral Program Legit?

After joining Liberty HealthShare last year, I was intrigued by their referral program. If you refer a friend and that friend stays with Liberty for at least 60 days, you get a $100 gift card. That’s a pretty cool reward, but as we all know, the proof is in the pudding.

I had a friend who was paying over $1,000 per month for his family’s health insurance (plus copays, deductibles, and out-of-pocket maximums, of course), and he ended up joining Liberty with me as the referral. I was glad to give the referral program a go and see if there were any gotchas.

When my friend signed up, he accidentally forgot to give them my member ID for the referral. He emailed them via their online contact form and gave them my member ID, and they retroactively attributed the referral to me. I’m glad they didn’t give any problems with that issue.

Sure enough, 60 days after my friend joined, they disbursed a $100 VISA gift card to me! It took an additional couple weeks for it to reach me, but I did eventually receive it.

Liberty HealthShare has a referral (refer a friend) program where you receive $100 for each friend you refer that stays active for at least 60 days.

Wonder no more if the Liberty HealthShare referral program is legit! I activated the card and was able to use the $100.

Learn More about Liberty HealthShare

I’ve been blogging about my experience with Liberty HealthShare, so feel free to read my posts!

Referral

If the information I’ve provided here has been helpful to you, and you feel Liberty HealthShare works for you and your family, please give me a shout, and I can provide you my member ID for when you sign up.

Questions?

What’s been your experience with Liberty HealthShare’s refer a friend program? Do you have a question I may be able to help with? Ask below in the comments!