Free iPod deal isn't a scam - I have personal proof!

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Free iPod deal isn't a scam - I have personal proof!

Post by kcrusher » Mon Nov 22, 2004 3:11 pm

Yup, this is NOT a scam. My g/f had me do this and she just got her 20gb iPod last week.

Now I'm trying to get one for myself! Whee!
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Post by atsoca » Mon Nov 22, 2004 4:09 pm

yea... if the people from here who registered with me , did you guys finish the offer?

if so -- this is not a scam... please do so

good luck, with your ipod quest !

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Post by andyg666 » Mon Nov 22, 2004 7:20 pm

yeah the first 10 or 15 people in a pyramid scheme get paid... then about 100 people get screwed... but there is not monetary investment here, right? so i guess it's not such a scam afterall...

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Post by benton netty » Mon Nov 22, 2004 11:33 pm

it is real...i have friends who have gotten theirs.

wanna sign up? click the link in my sig. i only need a few more, and then it's ipod city for me! whee!

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Post by Girl Toes » Fri Feb 11, 2005 2:54 pm

Anything weird happen since? Like lots of telephone calls?? How does it work?

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Post by kcrusher » Tue Feb 15, 2005 11:58 am

Nothing weird at all - we used a yahoo email address so all the spam goes there. No phone calls or anything like that.
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Post by Girl Toes » Tue Feb 15, 2005 12:26 pm

bombastique wrote:Nothing weird at all - we used a yahoo email address so all the spam goes there. No phone calls or anything like that.
How do they make their money/afford the ipod?

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Post by waitingroom » Tue Feb 15, 2005 5:46 pm

Which of the "deals" is the best one to do?

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Post by sonikbliss » Tue Feb 15, 2005 6:09 pm

how come all these people have done it, but nobody will explain what you have to do? :suspect:

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Post by kcrusher » Wed Feb 16, 2005 8:38 am

Let's see - the deals I signed up for were Blockbuster and for a car quote. The deals change pretty regularly, but you almost always see the Blockbuster deal, AOL, credit card offers, car quotes, book clubs, etc. Even if you get hooked for a month the most you will end up spending is $40 - $60. A vast majority let you cancel before they charge you.

Essentially you have to sign up for 2 deals and get 5 friends to sign up for 2 deals each. When they've completed the deal/offer, you get your iPod.

There are tons of offers like this floating around - you can get cel phones, handheld games (Nintendo, Sony) and even an iBook or pc laptop if you're willing to go thru the trouble.

Here's a link:

http://www.internetopiniongroup.com/index.html
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Post by kcrusher » Wed Feb 16, 2005 8:44 am

Let's see - the deals I signed up for were Blockbuster and for a car quote. The deals change pretty regularly, but you almost always see the Blockbuster deal, AOL, credit card offers, car quotes, book clubs, etc. Even if you get hooked for a month the most you will end up spending is $40 - $60. A vast majority let you cancel before they charge you.

Essentially you have to sign up for 2 deals and get 5 friends to sign up for 2 deals each. When they've completed the deal/offer, you get your iPod.

There are tons of offers like this floating around - you can get cel phones, handheld games (Nintendo, Sony) and even an iBook or pc laptop if you're willing to go thru the trouble.

Here's a link:

http://www.internetopiniongroup.com/index.html

You can see all the deals before signing up - I was considering doing the one for the iBook, but you have to sign up for 6 offers and none of them looked terribly interesting the last time I looked. Alot of them were credit card offers, which I'm not interested in. If you do it right, you can check out all the available deals, then work out a plan (since you have to take 2 deals from each page and some are duplicated on each page) to make it as easy as possible. The problem I had with the iBook deal was finding 6 offers that I could do that weren't credit card offers. If you get 5 friends to commit to it, you can all sign up the same day and all do the same deals - that way you all know when to cancel or whatever so you don't get dinged.

It's a bit of work, but can definitely be worth it.
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