Can I opt out of doing tasks?

You are never obligated to complete a task. If you would not like to do a task, you can choose whether or not to accept it. That being said, we strongly encourage our members to start the task since it may be easier to complete than you think! After all, if you're already depositing money into your Moves Spending Account, opting into the task will either result in free gig stock, or nothing at all, as there are no penalties for not completing a task. 

 

 

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