Can someone explain what exactly an OOD is?
I've done a search but don't see it explained anywhere. Thanks!
Offer of doom. They have them on various OC sites and DIY sites. They are offers that are really hard to do and usually cost a bit or are limited to things like credit card signups and stuff.
[quote2637fe0213="cyberpunk243"]Offer of doom. They have them on various OC sites and DIY sites. They are offers that are really hard to do and usually cost a bit or are limited to things like credit card signups and stuff.[/quote2637fe0213]
yup...and they usually show up on OC (offer centric) sites during your last couple of referrals....they do that because they will make more money off of people who sign up and get 3/4 of their referrals signed up but then dont finish the site because they can't find people to do the OODs, that way they dont have to send a product and they get all of the cash from you and your friends doing offers....
[quote874bb93c96="tdo"]I've done a search but don't see it explained anywhere. Thanks![/quote874bb93c96]
traditionally, this happens only at OC (Psps4free,notebooks4free...) sites once you're almost done and need only a few more referrals.
What will happen is that people will sign up under your link and instead of seeing a bunch of 5 dollar trials, and free offers, there will be like 6 offers to choose from TOTAL, and most offers will cost well over 50 dollars, and will be for crappy companies. Like you may log in and see 3 or 4 casino sites asking for a 100+ deposit, and 2 or 3 Web hosting deals that cost around 80 dollars, and the Four Seasons Wine club that costs 150 dollars.
So most people aren't going to pay for that, and they'll be pissed that they wasted the sign up (meaning that they could have signed up for someone not so close to finishing the site, and could have then seen 5 dollar trials) so it becomes a headache.
Does this happen on FlashiPods4free too?
[quote0b9a3b86b6="Drumbum"]Does this happen on FlashiPods4free too?[/quote0b9a3b86b6]
no, trainn doesn't do that....the only site i know to do it is offercentric....
So would this help if say ... all my referrals do their offers at the same time or on the same day?
How would that help?
The last few would get the OsOD.
[quote7f0cfd468b="Tholek"]How would that help?
The last few would get the OsOD.[/quote7f0cfd468b]
yea that wouldn't help at all, they would all go through the same process anyway...
Yea unless you could time it so they all clicked "I completed offer" at same time. Plus OC is known for freezing accounts for people who try to beat them.
My suggestion is pay less for first referrals and more for last ones.
white over nite and cheat and eat are perfect examples of OOD's.
[quote791092570c="kt006"]white over nite and cheat and eat are perfect examples of OOD's.[/quote791092570c]
No they aren't. They're cheap and everyone would do them. they're perfect exampes of SCAMMISH, SHADY companies, but those offers are not OOD.
An offer of doom is like where you have to pay for Direct TV, which locks you into a year contract, costing like 300 bux a year. Or the RoadLoans offer, which require that you BUY A DAMNED CAR!! to get credit.
Or 100 dollar webhosting. OOD are offers that cost you alot of money upfront.
white over night and cheat and eat both require autoships that cost over $100
to go along with their "free trials". I get your point though. They're not OOD's
as long as you used a debit card to reject their insistent charges.