BOGUS offfer, you have to complete a certain number ofqualifying offerrs (read "purchases") and you mut get our friends to joing using referral codes etc. it's like the old iPod offers. Always read the fine print:
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In theory, you can get it for free by sellling out your friends' emails and doing all the "must cancel within XX number of days" free trial offers but why not just EARN the free sub via FF Miles or better yet, use a reputable Broker who will sell you a 3 year sub for $5?
I'm only offering my experiene - no judgement of the OP who thought they found a good thing.: please remember that when commenting. OP is NEW HERE and was likely unaware of this long-running scam scenario.
Last edited by Nuala'sMom; 11-14-2011 at 06:50 AM..
Should I post this mag offer Test: 1. If deal requires you to have to write cancel on an invoice or risk getting sent to collections - it is not free and shouldn't be posted so DO NOT POST 2. If deal is for a sponsored sub, you sign up on the form, you get the sub for free and never have to write cancel on nothing - POST THE OFFER
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