Is it ok to post Order numbers AFTER we've received our item
Maybe we could start a "I received my item already" database for all of us Post March 1 people. This way, we can get an idea of maybe who's up first. Of course, if you haven't received anything yet, you keep your order number to yourself.
So...for example, if 99998 says "Yes, I got mine," then 99999 who hasn't gotten his yet should expect it shortly.
I know that maybe problems will arise because order numbers are for ALL of freepay, and not on a per-freesite basis, but maybe at least a database of completed numbers will still give us a chance to anticipate when our gift might get to us.
Anyone wanna give it a go?
sounds good, but the only product for me that i sent a form for is the Ps3, so....................
haha yeah I'm in the same boat...I have 3 pending products, and the last thing I received was a PSP in April that I ordered in Feb so.... yeah...but anyone else?
I don't think it will be a good idea. CIA is known to be very good at tracking people down with one piece of information.
[quote53966f5738="VrExe"]I don't think it will be a good idea. CIA is known to be very good at tracking people down with one piece of information.[/quote53966f5738]
[quote5e24a78c0c="EnergyDrinks4Free"][quote5e24a78c0c="VrExe"]I don't think it will be a good idea. CIA is known to be very good at tracking people down with one piece of information.[/quote5e24a78c0c]
and the FBI..
Why cant you show the order# again?
[quote233302b745="YourGiftsFree"]Why cant you show the order# again?[/quote233302b745]
That's my question as well.
People have short memories here. )
There was a time where an order number could be used to find, via a shipper, the address of the recipient, and [i1fed34b220]possibly[/i1fed34b220] have the shipment redirected elsewhere.
I can't remember if the latter risk was actually realized, but I remember people fearing it. Then there was the fact that posting the order number could allow Gratis to cross-reference a FIPG user with their Freepay account. That's a bit paranoid, but I think people feared that too.
I still see some risk associated with it, so I choose to blur it out in sigs.