Help Me Find Out If We Can Get Free Stuff Online

Free Stuff

Real or Scam? Let's Find Out!

I've recently came across one of those website where it stated you can get stuff for free. The gifts they have to offer are just extreamly tempting, and I can't help it but to look throughly how these things work. First off, I have to tell you that this is not the first time I happened to see this kind of website. Back then, I just did not think I have enough patient to see it to the end with their referrals system, I simply just give it up, but now that I have a lot of time in hands, I decided to give it a try once again. My attempt this time is not so much of getting my hopes up for those fancy gifts, but rather for the knowledge an online experience might bring. Scam or real...we would find out soon enough.

This website I've found called 'xpango.com'. I signed up, choose my gift (I go for an LG viewty), and was given a referral ID --> 91713966. Now I have to earn 26 point for the gift I choose and there are 3 ways provided to earn points. 1. participate in their offers 2. refer friends 3. purchase a clix (you pay some £25 and the system will send around 250 people click to the website through your referral ID, hopefully some of them will end up register and then you earn your point). In my case, I just want to try and refer as many people as possible to the site, and as soon as they register as member and participate in offers (mostly free of charge as a free trial, you can always cancel the membership once the free period is due), I earn the points.

Dear readers, this is an experiment that will answer the question many of us have in mind for a long-long time..'Can we really get free stuff online?' If you are reading this and have the exact same question, we could find the answer to it together. There is nothing to lose. You don't have to risk anything. All you have to do, is to follow the link http://www.xpango.com?ref=91713966 and then register yourself, choose your gift and complete offers. Whatever the result turns out to be, I will come back to this hub and post the outcome. This will answer the question once and for all.

So if you have some times to spare, why not help me find out if this myth is true or false?

 

Comments 6 comments

mystyc 7 years ago

These sites are all scams....by the time you jump through all of their hoops, and if....I say IF they actually send the product...it would have been cheaper to have bought it in the first place....if it sounds too good to be true, guess what...IT IS!  There are real freebies out there, but these aren't the ones....try slickdeals.net....they aren't fancy freebies like those you listed, but free items that most people use everyday, thus saving you $$ in the long run!

That way you can add up your freebies and put the money toward the good stuff.


mdawson17 7 years ago

Thank You for sharing your insight of online freebies however let me say nothing is free in this world! You can never be to safe online!

mdawson17


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thitima 7 years ago from Kent, UK Author

Thanks every one, I figure that much! :) Great to hear from you guys to confirm what I've already believed. Thanks!!


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thitima 7 years ago from Kent, UK Author

Thanks every one, I figure that much! :) Great to hear from you guys to confirm what I've already believed. Thanks!!


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queen cleopatra 6 years ago

This site is not actually free because you have to invest some time to be successful. But it's nice to hear that it's really possible to get the stuff you want without spending a lot of money. I agree with mdawson17 though. We have to careful. Still -- Thanks for the tip. :)


t0xicv3nom 4 years ago

it's true that xpango works and i have already got a xbox 360 from them. just follow this link if you are interested. thanks.

http://www.xpango.com?ref=92488165

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