How To Get Free Stuff And Avoid Scams

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Looking for free samples and offers online can be really tricky. There are a lot of things that could go wrong if you aren’t careful, like your computer getting hacked, losing large amounts of money, losing your personal information in case of any identity theft. There are a couple of ways you can make sure your samples reach you safely and that you never fall for free sample scams, phishing attempts or hacking again. There are a couple of things you should never be asked for when you’re requesting a free sample.

Any detailed personal information:

When signing up for a free sample, you should only have to enter your name, address, email address and phone number. A few details you should never have to give out to receive your free samples are your driver’s license number, social security number,or credit card number. You should never have to pay any sort of fee when signing up for a free sample. The point of a free sample is that they are free. Paying any sort of money beats the purpose and is probably a scam.
Filling out any kind of survey should be quick, easy, clear and fool-proof.
Make sure you always read the fine print. The privacy policy and the terms and conditions of the website offering you the free samples can tell you a lot about whether a website is a scam or is legitimate. You should know what you’re signing up for when you hit that ‘I Accept’ button when you submit your entry form. If you do come across a website you think is a scam, you should do a Google™ search of the site. See if anyone has left a review that can tell you a little about the website. Often disgruntled entrants who have been wronged during earlier free sample giveaways will leave a review warning people who might want to sign up in the future. Go with your gut. Your instinct will never wrong you, plus, you’ll learn how to trust yourself and have some confidence during future giveaways and sweepstakes.

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