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kinjkangan

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I figured the kids could use a computer in their room - looks like a good deal

Edit: this link fires off ALOT of popups and links to a questionable offer....some of the "required promos" that you have to enter are paid promos not free things...this link is junk and they will not be shipping you a free computer



Seems worthwhile if they will actually ship a desktop - anyone else done this before?
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Them offers are based you getting spam email, the company will ask for 10 friends email addresses, all ten need to sign up and agree to receive junk email, only once they have made their money back will send you the products.

If you have ever seen a tv program called "the real hustle" (british tv) you would know their moto is "if something seems to good to be true true, then it probably is". this will be the finest example of this, nothing in the world is free, you will receive a life time of spam and a free computer is a cheap way for a scammer to get more money from adverts.

Hope this helps!
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