Did anyone actually receive their sample? Got nothing myself.
can you eat these like Tide pods?
Who uses their actual information applying for freebies?! (lol) I only gave my address... I do get your point, however even if most people gave their actual data for a 10p laundry wash, well it's still 10p more you will ever get from Facebook, that's the bright side. The dark side - make people pay to be on the Facebook etc and they will, that's the reality.
Minutes of Latest Board meeting at Persil/Unilever HQ: Chairman: "Gentlemen, as you all know, during the past couple of months, headline news has been centred around stories about personal data. How our data is being used, abused, lost, breached, archived, disseminated across the world, sold, traded, etc. etc..." Chairman: "This fact, which was once only really understood by people working in the data industry, has finally been thrust into the spotlight and revealed as the ugly, indiscriminate, profiteering it is." Chairman: "We are deeply concerned that these highly public revelations might have made people understand that their data is actually worth something. That it has intrinsic value, and that the consequences of giving it away to massive, opaque, global organisations might not be a good idea. This could seriously affect our business and our ability to target and manipulate consumers." Chairman: "Make no mistake, sirs. The situation is dire. What do we do?" Head of Marketing: "Offer them a single free sample of laundry detergent in exchange for their data." Chairman: "I don't understand. That's worth 10p at most, and will only be enough for a single wash. Nobody will be stupid enough to divulge swathes of their personal information for such a trifle." HotUKDeals: Board Members: