whats a good offer?
well im trying to get a free ipod. i need 9 referral and to sign up for an offer. i was wondering from people who have done this before what is a good free offer to sign up for. I guess im a little worried about putting my credit car info into some random site. if you know or used any of them let me know. thanks!
123stuffforfree sites have been around forever and they arent' going to carry any offers that aren't trustworthy. I understand your concerns but you're pretty safe with this network!
Only sign up for offers you are legitimately interested in. Everyone's interests are different so suggesting some to you is an exercise in futility.
The answer to your question is any one you have a legitimate interest in.
[quote79735bbd56="TravMan162"][u79735bbd56]Only sign up for offers you are legitimately interested in. [/u79735bbd56] Everyone's interests are different so suggesting some to you is an exercise in futility.[/quote79735bbd56]
[quote79735bbd56="tylerc"]The answer to your question is any one you have a legitimate interest in.[/quote79735bbd56]
Plz cite your sources. -10pts
ditto ) And you are correct about 123Network - very trustworthy.
As already said, you only do offers you're interested in trying. Asking what offers to do would constitute a walkthrough and/or offer fraud, which is not allowed by either the freebie sites or this forum.
And if you're using an actual credit card as opposed to a debit card (or even a debit card if you have enough buffer cash in the account to withstand a temporary charge), then you really don't have anything to worry about. All CC/debit transactions carried out under the VISA/MC brand are protected from fraudulent use, and 99% of the advertisers are legit. It's no different than entering your CC at Amazon or anywhere else. Just always read and understand the terms of any offer you complete, and keep an eye out for reports of the occasional "bad" offer. If you ever do have fraudulent charges that you did not authorize or weren't due to an auto-bill that you agreed to by accepting their terms or not properly canceling a trial offer, then simply dispute it with your CC issuer.