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Here is a collection of tips and tricks for successfully completing free stuff sites. Feel free to add your own in the comments. If there are some especially good ones that I missed, I’ll add them to the list.
Keeping Your Personal Information Private
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Get a Separate E-mail Account
Stop by a free e-mail provider like Hotmail, Google or Yahoo and create a new account. You will use this account for free sites and all offers you complete. I canâ€™t stress this one enough. You will get spam like crazy before long, so you want an account that you can abandon after youâ€™re done with the entire process.
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Keep Your Credit Card Safe: Option 1
Bank of America credit cards offer a feature called ShopSafe. They allow you to go online and create new, virtual credit card numbers with a limited dollar amount and expiration date. You could create a new number for every offer you complete if you wanted. Then if a company tries to charge you after the expiration date you’ve set, or for more than the dollar limit you specified, their charge will be denied.
Find out more at http://www.bankofamerica.com/promos/jump/shopsafe_olb/index.cfm
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Keep Your Credit Card Safe: Option 2
If you don’t want to apply for a new credit card just to complete offers, think about using a Visa or Mastercard gift card. You can purchase them online or at many stores like Walmart or a local drugstore.
Caution: Some freebie sites are now disqualifying users for using prepaid or virtual credit cards. Read a site’s terms carefully before using either.
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Get a Free Virtual Phone Number
PrivatePhone offers free phone numbers with voicemail. You can select the area code for your number, be notified at your email account when you receive a voicemail, and listen to voicemails right on the computer. You can even customize your voicemail greeting, so no one will ever know they aren’t calling you directly. An invaluable service for keeping your phone number private.
Visit www.privatephone.com to sign up.
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Get an Address Just for Packages
Some UPS Stores have mailboxes you can rent, similar to PO Boxes. The advantage is that you can have packages shipped there, whereas many companies won’t ship packages to PO Boxes.
Visit http://www.theupsstore.com/products/maiandpos.html for more details.
Completing Offers Successfully
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Wait for Pages to Load
While you are filling out forms and completing offers online, always wait for each page to completely load before doing anything else. Watch the progress bar at the bottom of your browser or wait for the “Done” message in the corner. If a page that looks complete is still loading, it is probably transferring offer completion information, not the webpage itself. Halting this process could stop you from automatically receiving credit.
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Read Everything Before Signing Up for Anything
Pay special attention to the â€œTerms & Conditionsâ€ and â€œFAQâ€ pages on all offer sites. This one bit me in the behind. From one of the companies I completed an offer with, I failed to see that after my trial order I would be required to place an additional order before I would be able to cancel my membership with them. The result was an extra $17 worth of coffee. Not a huge deal (and I do love coffee), just making my point – read everything that you can.
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Get Contact Info Before Signing Up for a Service
While you are on an offer site, make a note of any contact information available before signing up, because you may not be able to get back to the page later. If you don’t see any on the front page, check the Terms & Conditions page. Some sites do not list any contact information whatsoever. It would be wise to avoid such sites.
Don’t Ask Offer Companies About Receiving Credit…
…they will almost always either deny having any affiliation with free sites, or misinform you as to what you need to do to receive credit, saying you must purchase certain things or keep the service a certain amount of time.
Don’t Cancel Immediately
If you are planning on canceling a service, don’t do so immediately after signing up or in hopes of stopping a company from shipping you a package. This sort of activity will frustrate companies to the point that they remove their offers from free sites. I’ve seen it happen many times.
Don’t Cancel at the Last Minute
If you are planning on canceling a service, try to do so before the last day of your trial. Some less-reputable companies will just assume that if you were going to cancel, you would have done so by then, and conveniently bill you for the next month of service. They’re very helpful like that.
Trials End Sooner Than You Think
When figuring out what day a trial ends, count the day you signed up as day one. For example, if it’s a 7 day trial and you signed up on the 18th, the last day of your trial is the 24th, not the 25th.
Return Packages for Free
If you have a package you need to return, and you haven’t opened it yet, use return to sender. Just write “return to sender” and/or “refused” on a few sides (make it noticeable), and drop it off at its local corresponding shipping center (UPS, FedEx, etc), or stick it in the mailbox if it was shipped via the postal service. This will work with many offer companies, but some won’t allow it. Just double-check their policy about returns.
The “Click here for additional rewards” Link…
…is just there in hopes that confused users will click it and sign up for additional, unnecessary services. Many sites will have this on the final page of offers. Donâ€™t even bother clicking the link. It’s rarely necessary for you to receive your prize.
Form a Strategy
Before you begin, look through the offer pages and form a strategy. Pick which offers you want to complete on each page, how much theyâ€™ll cost you, if you will have to cancel a membership trial for it (and when!), etc. Also, if a site requires a certain number of offers to be completed on each page, begin with the last page and work backwards. The final pages are usually harder to complete, requiring more offers but having less to choose from. Get those out of the way first and make it easier on yourself.
Keep Detailed Notes
Make detailed notes of which offers youâ€™ve completed, which ones youâ€™ve received credit for, dates you returned packages, etc. I keep track of every detail using a spreadsheet I created in MS Excel. Here is a blank copy.
Don’t have Excel? Use Google Docs to create a spreadsheet you can access from anywhere.
Keep Records of Everything
1. After completing an offer, print a copy of the confirmation page you reach. Save paper by using something like CutePDF (Windows). It will allow you to “print” to a PDF file, which you can save and print out later if necessary. If you’re on a Mac, you already have a “Save to PDF” option in the Print window.
2. Save every e-mail you send and receive, especially confirmation or cancellation messages. Many offers will immediately give you credit, but sometimes they take time. In some cases you might be required to fax or e-mail proof (such as that confirmation page) to receive manual credit. Also, saving correspondence messages with customer service is always a good idea.
3. If you speak with a customer service rep on the phone, be sure to write down their name and badge number (if they have one). It is also a good idea to make notes of what you were told, for future reference.
Patience, Patience, Patience
To successfully complete offers for any free stuff site with minimal frustration and stress, you must be patient. It will kill you at times, waiting for that last offer to credit, waiting for your status to update, waiting for that beautiful brown box on your doorstep. Just understand that everyone who gets involved with these things will at one time or another – and usually more often than not – get “stuck” for a little longer than expected.
And when a little voice reminds you that if you had just bought the thing it would be there already, smile and think of the money you’re saving instead.