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There's an annual paid subscription ($30). DayZLoop.com also gives users points that can win them DayZLoop merch.
Drinking, Drugs & Smoking
The site's information makes it clear that drugs are bad.
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Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that membership to this online TV network of sorts is by referral only -- girls must be invited by a friend who's already a member, who then receives 250 points for every friend who joins -- and the site requires an annual paid subscription ($30). The site does cover some mature topics such as drugs, but the videos are safe and there's a filter to catch inappropriate posts from users. Also, the goal is all about information and promoting all things positive: good health, self-esteem, managing money wisely, and the arts.
Is It Any Good?
DayZLoop.com is fun; however, it's unclear if the site has fully encouraged its members to use it as their life portal. Some message boards haven't been posted to in over a year, and the blog -- written by one of the frequent video teen hosts -- hasn't been updated in months.
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