Free gift scams revealed!Article published on
Wouldn’t it be nice to make a bundle of free stuff quickly, with minimal effort, sitting at home in your pyjamas? Of course it would be. I for one would love to have free gadgets or free cash flowing into my bank account, working only a few hours a week getting referrals from friends and family and sit back and wait for the goodies to arrive.
Whether it’s a free ipod, free plasma hdtv, free sony psp, free sony ps3, free xbox 360, free nintendo ds, free nintendo wii and other free gadgets, or something else, we’ve all seen the fantastic claims people make about getting tons of free stuff, AND how they can show you how to do the same thing. I can tell you right now that 99% of these people are total frauds. You may have even fallen prey to one of these scam artists, selling you their latest “get free stuff” program. Me too. I’ve signed up to so many of these sites that I can’t even recall how many. I don’t know why, but I tend to find the “good” in people, and I was “sold” by these referral sites time and time again, even after being scammed by another. Finally, after so many disappointments, I got FED UP. I decided to get to the bottom of this fascination we all have with get free gift sites, and find out if there really were any LEGITIMATE sites for getting free stuff.
I literally contacted the administrator of every get free gift website I could find. Posing as an investor, I managed to convince the owners that I was seriously interested in purchasing their entire website and business. That way, once the dollar signs flashed in their heads, they would give me free access to their member’s areas to review what I would be “buying”. Well, I was disgusted with 99% of what I found. Many of the owners actually boasted about how many people bought their useless programs. I repeatedly found:
- outdated information
- non-working links
- links leading to other sites that asked for money
- no help section
- no real email support
I quickly realized that these so-called Get Free Gift programs were totally useless. And the owners knew it, yet they were laughing all the way to the bank! Needless to say, I didn’t respond when they asked if I was still interested in buying their websites. Surprisingly, while sifting through all of the scam artists’ websites, I was able to locate a couple of individuals that actually ran legitimate programs.
The owners were every day people like you and me that found a way to make extra money working from home on their computers. Their membership areas were impressive, with a good amount of quality information on how to make $100-$200 per day on your computer doing very little work. I even chatted with a few of their customers in several online forums, and they verified that they were making extra money through the sites. It was like I found a few diamonds in the rough. But don’t take my word for it, you can visit the sites I found. See what you think.
They do charge a minimal fee for access to their program, which is to be expected for any legitimate company that actually has people on staff who are dedicated to helping you get started. What a friendly group of people! Anyway, if you do decide you are interested in either of the two programs below, I advise you to join quickly, as the owners have informed me that they are getting so many new members by word of mouth referrals, that they will be closing off membership completely in the next 2 days. (By the way, you didn’t hear this from me!) They don’t have a large enough staff to accommodate may more people, and they are dedicated to providing excellent service to each person.
Well, my search for legitimate Get Free Gifts programs has come to an end. I have to say I was thoroughly disappointed with most of what I found, and I strongly advise that you do not take chances joining any programs other than the two I tell you about! Whatever you do, I wish you a prosperous year for you and yours.
All the best.