News coverage in freepay promotes offer cancelation?
To me it sounds like the news coverage on http//info.freepay.com is promoting offer cancelation. Isn't that against freepays terms to encourage this?
Link doesn't work genius. 8)
[quote71bb84f6f5="cyberpunk243"]Link doesn't work genius. 8)[/quote71bb84f6f5]
Worked for me.
"Mah! I can't figure out that the 'www' should be taken off!"
[quoteaf3263885c="shortys408"]To me it sounds like the news coverage on http//info.freepay.com is promoting offer cancelation. Isn't that against freepays terms to encourage this?[/quoteaf3263885c]
can you explain what the hell you are talking about?
In the video the guy says that you can sign up for an offer and cancel during your trial.
Well, heez teh stoopid! lol
NOW it works.
does it matter what they state. Any news coverage of Freepay is great, and wonderfull proof to show the skeptics out there
freepay better put those news guys on hold! how dare they!!!!
They're obviously implying that you should sign up and TRY OUT the offer, and if you're no longer interested, you're entitled to cancel.
It's not like EVERY single person signs up for an offer and continues using it forever, regardless of what FreePay promotes.
But, I signed up for the eBay offer and I'm still using it. )
I've kept alot of the offers I've signed up for. ) I love YourMusic, Blockbuster, Columbia House, and Efax! The Entertainment book has saved me tons of money and the ink from InkBlvd works great in my Canon printer. So I've saved money and did really enjoyable offers. I think if a company is offering a good service through an incentive website, alot of people will take advantage of it and stay with them after the trail. I've been a member of Passport for Fun since the beginning. I love buying gift cards at 20% off!