Limited-time offer! I only need four more referrals to earn a free Mac Mini. Therefore, I will PayPal or snail-mail a check for $5 to the next four people to complete a referral offer for a Mac Mini for me. This does not apply to referrals completed for other people in my Conga Line, nor does it apply to iPod referrals, nor does it apply to incomplete referrals. It also doesn't apply to people who've completed a referral for me already (though you are still eligible if you've signed up but not yet completed an offer).
To receive your $5, sign up for the free Mac Mini program using the above link or the first link in my Mac Mini conga line below, complete the offer (Note: Use Internet Explorer with cookies unblocked to go from the Mac Mini page to complete the offer, or else I may not receive credit for it!), and then email me with the email address under which you signed up, the email address (or snailmail address) to which you would like the money sent, and your own Mac Mini referral URL. I will check and verify that the offer was properly completed (so wait until you get notification from the site that this has been done), then I will send you the $5 and as an added bonus, list your referral URL on this conga line.
$5, whatever freebies the offer provides you, and the chance to earn a free Mac Mini of your very own...how can you lose? Sign up today!
If you've come to this site, you're probably interested in earning a free iPod, $250 gift certificate to the iTMS, flatscreen monitor, flatscreen TV, or Mac Mini.
Here's how it works. Click on one of the referral links below, and it will take you to the Free iPod (or free flatscreen) website. Register, preferably with a disposable email address (such as those offered by SpamGourmet), but do fill in your correct physical address (or else they won't be able to ship you your iPod!). Then complete one of the free trial offers, and get five of your friends for the iPod or eight for the TV or monitor to do the same!
You're probably wondering if this site is legit, and how they can afford to give away iPods and TVs. The answer is yes they are, as a bit of time on Google will show reports from many people who have happily received their free iPods. The site has even been featured in a wired.com story. They can afford to do it because the advertisers pay them a bounty for each new customer, even if the customer doesn't go on from the trial to become a permanent customer. Customers are worth quite a bit of money to companies (I know that when I worked at MCI, they told me that each customer I prevented from cancelling service was considered to be worth $60 to them), and from the bounties advertisers pay them, FreeiPods.com is able to buy the freebie iPod, certificate, monitor, or TV and send it out.
Incidentally, I would just like to report that I received my free iPod some time ago, and have been happily listening to music on it ever since. I also anticipate receiving my free TV very shortly. And sooner or later, I hope to get a MiniMac. Probably closer to later than sooner, however...
For more information, check out the journal entry I wrote based on my research into and understanding of the promotion. You'll see there's very little risk involved here—the only thing you're risking is the time it takes you to go through with the free offer. Please click today! Email me if you have any questions.
Note: If you can, please click the top name on these lists; as they get all their referrals I'll remove them and rotate the others up.
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