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Free Wii site info please

Hi
A friends wants me to Sign up so they can get a Free Wii for a friend
WE need 8 of you to sign up for one of the offers on the website. If you don't want to do to one of the free trials and then cancel it, then if you go on one of the bingo / betting sites, we will reimburse you the 5 pounds you need to join.

wii.real-incentives.com
Has anyone used this site?
Sounds a bit too good to be true.

But looking for good, direct feedback of this site, the parent company is real--incentives.com

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It is too good to be true. Typical pyramid scheme. Avoid like the plague crossed with MRSA and a dash of Necrotising Fasciitis.

Sometimes im afraid the phrase *free* is used way too often and it's not usually true, Things need to be worked for and i think eventually you would have to end up paying for those type of schemes i may be wrong but i dont think it's legit

these can sometimes be legit, bbc done an article a few years ago discovering that they make enough money off the companies they are trying to make you to sign up for, that they can give away free things

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maddness007;2946532

these can sometimes be legit, bbc done an article a few years ago … these can sometimes be legit, bbc done an article a few years ago discovering that they make enough money off the companies they are trying to make you to sign up for, that they can give away free things




Oh definately.
If you imagine how much Quidco can pass back to you for somethings, then there must be some money to be made. (ok I know most quidco deals are for actual contracts, so obvious to see where the money is made).
oh well, I'm not taking part, but will keep an eye on it and maybe report back if they actually get a wii without anyone suffering

They are a type of pyramid scheme in that you have to get some friends to sign up on your referral link and then if they want to get something they then have to get some more friends to sign up for them too. However I have had a free ipod doing a scheme lick this so they can work and I got it totally free, the offer I signed up for cost me nothing! Some of the sites doing this now work very like Quidco but the offers you sign up for will probably not be free, I think those days are long gone. We struggled to get our friends to believe it wasn't a con and had to resort to lots of leg work online to get people to sign up on our link. I found the Exceem forum to be the most helpful resource.
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