How do people feel about ads that claim to give away FREE STUFF?

United States
January 12, 2009 7:57am CST
I have to admit that I used to be skeptical about ads that make this claim,until now. One night, recently, I ran across an ad that claimed to give away free things from major companies. I decided to click on the ad and see what they were talking about. To my surprise, they really WERE giving things away....FREE. I am all about getting in on deals like that! I was especially excited when I found out that one can also make an extra income just by telling others about these great finds. There is a video that you can watch that is very compelling.It can be found at www.talkaboutfree.com/free4all. After watching it, report what your first impression is and what you think about a business like this. Are advertisements such as this enough to spark your interest???
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@koalatbs (2230)
• United States
12 Feb 09
The site isn't working anymore... bummer! However, I get tons of free samples of products from major companies & some small ones too all of the time... at least once a week but usually more often. I sign up for a lot of them from WalMart. Let me get the link for you... (gosh, I wish I could copy & paste it)... http://walmart.triaddigital.com/In-Stores-Now-Free-Samples.aspx I sure hope that is right. It is a long one. This one you have to be careful because some require you to fulfil requirement but they are usually the ones at the top of each category. Work your way up from the bottom. You'll see what I mean when you check it out. http://www.all-free-samples.com/ PM me if you want to sign up for a site where you can be a product tester. It is completely free and I've gotten sooo many free products, like a sonicare toothbrush sanitizer, free burger coupons for chilis restaurant, Lypsyl lip balm for me and ones to share with friends, coupons for free hillshire farms wraps, etc. etc. There have been many more (oh yeah, Pledge multi-surface wipes & full-size spray cleaner). I'm expecting in the mail any day now a Pledge Fabric Sweeper! I can't wait. :) Anything that makes it easier for me to clean house! Take care, Jill
• United States
12 Jan 09
I was taught as a child there is no such thing in this world as a free lunch. Everything costs something, either your time, listening someone pitch their deal, or pay later which may or may not be disclosed.
• United States
12 Jan 09
Okay if you want me to be honest I liked it up to the part where it says 9.95 a month. how is something free if I have to pay for it. It seems like it could be a good deal but I am not into paying to give away for free stuff. I hope that I am not offending you but this is how I feel. I hope the best for you if this is what you are going to get into you will make money I am sure. Good luck to you and happy mylotting.