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OgieOgalthorpe

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This is a flat panel offer that seems very legit and a friend of mine got a free ipod from the same company back in the day, so we strongly believe this one works too. We have found success stories all over the net.

I put a site together at my website with some tips and info about the offer:
http://aimlabs.net/freeflatpanel.html


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Here's a link to the actuall offer, please use my link here if you do decide to sign up as it is a referal program, Thanks.
 
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This offer is legit. My friend got 1 television and 1 IPod. I, myself, got a television. =)
 

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Yeah it's legit.
 

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Tony said:
Yeah it's legit.

Do you guys know how they can afford to send that many people TVs/ iPods? Do these people they are getting sign-ups for pay them a ridiculous amount of money do you think? I'm confused as to how they make money from this.
 

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Many people fail at getting 8 referals to complete an offer so no TV or ipod for them and the big companys pay them good money for each offer completed.
 

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Yah, the thing is at first it was 5 referalls and that lasted for what a few months? Then it went to 8 referalls now, which still isnt that bad considering you get an expensive flat panel tv/computer monitor for doing it and it costs you nothing.

Just to give you guys more details you have to sign up for an account and complete a trial offer with a company like ancestry.com , AOL or one of the other ones on there. You need to sign up with a credit card of course as they will charge you if you don't cancel within 14 days. You can cancel within 1 day for most of them over the phone in 2 minutes and no harm done or money spent. Then you need to get 8 referalls (people to do the same thing you did.)

Take advantage of this opportunity, sign up with the link above and then put a link on your website and get 8 referalls and you'll get a free flat panel.. why not?

Note: There's a bunch of different flat panel tvs and computer monitors to pick from you get to select which one you want when you sign up. This is not a contest or drawing you just GET this item for free when your 8 referalls are complete.
 

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Yes, I got screwed over because I had 4 referals, then all of a sudden they changed it to 8. Don't worry I still got all 8 anyways.
 

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Seems tempting. Though I usually hate offers like this.
 

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Over at OffTopic.com, they have a thread with everyone helping each other out. They had one for the iPod also.
 

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Yah it really isnt that bad to get 8 referalls.. I was at around 4 when they switched it to 8 also.. but all 4 were not "completed" anyways. Put a link on your website like I did at one of my sites http://www.aimlabs.net (PR4) and I get about a signup a day. It's just hard to convince people that it is legit and to complete it with there credit card, everyone thinks anything that they are not directly paying for is automatically a scam, that's why I tried to leave a little personal description about the whole thing before I just blast them with a referall link right to the other site which doesn't have much info on the main site.

The best way to go if you are unsure is to use a ShopSafe Credit Card number which u can get at online banking sites like ibsnetaccess.com and mbnanetaccess.com and etc for your credit cards online banking site. You then generate a credit card number which is meant to be used on the internet for people that think everything on the internet in unsecure and you can set a limit of $1. Use this new number to sign up for the free offer like I did at one of the sites (Ancestry.com) is a good one. Then you don't have to worry about getting forced to pay anything because they just can't charge you more than your limit is if it was a scam,which it's not. Then you cancel within 14 days anyways and by there user agreement they aren't allowed to charge you. BTW, these are very reputable offer sites like AOL, Ancestry.com , eBay and etc.
 
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