Nearly a month after soft launching with friends and family, we’re happy to announce that Carma Project is officially open for all! Our endless nights were fueled by Brytelife, and cold-brew coffee all in an effort to squash bugs (well over 200 fixed and counting) and prepare our platform for launch. My sincere gratitude to all of those who have worked so hard to get us here. With their help, today, we open the doors to our community and share our mission with the world.
Below you’ll find our press release and some talking points about Carma-- I encourage you to share what we’re doing with your own friends and family so that we can continue to grow our community and to raise awareness about the deadly Takata airbag recall.
Not an Ambassador, but ready to save lives and earn rewards? Join Carma Project today, and get paid to do good.
What is Carma Project?
Carma Project is a community effort focused on raising awareness about the deadly Takata airbag recall. This recall continues to impact vehicles built by 19 different automakers, with a projected 70 million airbags expected to be recalled by the end of 2019. Fifteen people have died in the U.S., with hundreds allegedly injured, and millions more at risk.
How does Carma Project work?
Anyone can sign up today to become an official Carma Ambassador and start saving lives. Ambassadors can earn financial rewards (CarmaCoin) by sharing messages about the Takata airbag recall with their friends and family via social media, email, and text. These messages encourage friends and family to check the recall status of their vehicle on CarmaProject.com. Ambassadors can then earn up to $55 in rewards for every eligible Toyota, Lexus, or Scion vehicle that they refer and help to get fixed.
Does it pay to be safe?
Yes, it really does. For a limited time, Carma is offering $5 promo cards for everyone who looks-up their own VIN or license plate using Carma’s recall lookup tool Toyota, Lexus, and Scion vehicles affected by the Takata airbag recall can even schedule a fix via the lookup tool on Carma Project.