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    Default Free Plasma TV's and LCD monitors!

    FreePlasmas.net - All the plasma, none of the cost!

    Free Plasmas, is a very unique free rewards system. FreePlasmas.net, currently gives away 3 very valuable unique prizes. To get one of the free prizes, you're required to sign up for a free account, complete a single "offer" such as eFax free trial, then refer friends/associates to do the same (or advertise the offer on your websites which are already great on converting users), to get your free prize.
    Note: There's no spam and your information is not sold to anyone!

    Prizes:
    Top quality 19" LCD Monitor
    LCD "Trio" (super high end LCD monitors (3 LCD monitors connected to one stand or wall mount.)
    Top quality 42" Plasma TV - yes this is the real deal

    The newest feature to hit the internet is called "Cash Out" pioneered by FreePlasmas.net. What is this feature? Cash Out, allows you to literally cash out your completed referrals to get CASH via PayPal! Similar programs bank on you getting "stuck", not being able to refer anyone else; Well that has all changed with the introduction to Cash Out!

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    Surely no one wins any of those prizes, i think the purpose of the site is to collect email addresses.
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    That is not the case and suposivly people on another forum have received the items after completing the requirments. That's why I'm giving it a try.

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    Well perhaps if you were a member here. To me you are just trying to find customers by posting at all the forums you can.

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    I kept getting spam emails offering free notebook, desktop, ipod, ... Normally I just trash them and move on, but one day I decided to open the email and find out what the scam was.

    They make you register an account but, other than email, nothing too invasive. In the case I tried, you got to choose one of 3 notebooks and then to close the deal you had to sign up for one offer out of each of 3 different groups. Thngs like sign up for a credit card, buy an Entertainment 2005 book, sign up for DSL service, sign up for VOIP service, DirectTV, etc.....

    Every group had a least one credit card offer, Discover and Citibank come to mind. Most of the other items you had to pay for, e.g. $40 for the Entertainment book. So what I wanted to know if I signed up for Discover card in group 1 and then a Citibank Drivers Edge card in group 2 and then a Citibank Gas Rebate card from group 3 would I qualify for the free notebook computer? (Note two Citibank cards) Also when you clicked on one of the offers, you got taken via an affilate link to the merchant site. So I also wanted to know what kind of auditing system they had in place to assure me that when I signed up for a Discover card that besided getting their comission, would they properly give me credit for that offer. Anyway, so I sent their customer service via a link on their site a nice email asking these questions. I got no reply.

    So I had to wonder, with the slightly confusing way the T&C was written and the ambiguity of whether 2 different offers from the same merchant qualify, and whether or not the affliate reports from the merchants clearly identify me as a conversion, if I would ever be able to claim the free gift? And since they wouldn't even respond to my simple query, I sure any problems trying to claim the gift would go unresolved.

    I suspect the program described by the OP is similar and I also suspect that not many participants actually get their gift. Just my opinion.

    Oh, and one last little tidbit. When I registered with the site offering the free gift, I used my yahoo email address. Very soon after that, my Bulk folder (for those unfamiliar with yahoo mail, that's where most of the spam ends out) saw about 10 times the number of emails. So I agree with another poster that they are harvesting email addresses, in addition to getting affiliate income from the merchants.

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    I call it people with full time jobs on the web who are to stupid to make a website and make money.

    Pretty pathetic actually!!!

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