January 13, 2005

Free Mac Mini?

What’s with these free ipod/free mac mini people? Someone posted a link to them in the comments.

Engadget say’s they’re legit… but it seems very pyramid scheme-y. As I calculate it— If you need 10 people to sign up, and each one of them needs to get 10 people to sign up for you to get your Mac Mini, then you’re going to have to wait for 100 people to complete the offer. Right? Good luck.


8 Comments

NOT TRUE , EACH PERSON ONLY NEEDS 10 PEOPLE TO SIGN UP, AND ALL OF THE OFFERS CAN BE DONE FOR FREE ... I AM WILLING TO PAY $20 PAYPAL TO ANYONE WHO SIGNS UP USING MY REFERAL AND COMPLETES ONE OFFER ...

I wouldn't trust anybody who gives stuff for free usually they put addware on your computer.

This is retarded, I mean who would give something that costs that much free?

Well, actually, these people gave me $$$ instead of a free iPod mini when they were having problems with production. Bought a full sized (which got promptly run over in a parking lot. Damn, that hurt).

Here is hoping:

Yeah actually this same company gave me a 20gb IPod last fall, i was very suprised. So i recommend you check this out as well. The Callwave is free no credit card required.

by the way i did the blockbuster deal because it was a good deal.

yes help me out please. I recomment that you should pick callwave because it is no credit card AND here a little trick for you all, after you register, you can cancel callwave imedietaly but the credit on the freeminimacs is still counted.

So you lose nothing, just 5 minutes you could help some people and yourself

its seems hard to believe but it works...it is kind of like a pyramid scheme...but there are offers that can be done as free trials and then you quite after you get credit...for more info check out kevin rose of g4tv website

http://kevinrose.com

and if you want to get a free mac mini go ahead and click the link

Enough with the emails! The horde of free(insert whatever here) people tell me it's legit, and many have photos of their free iPods. I still find the whole thing a skeptical/unsupportable business model-- but what the hell:

http://www.macminis4free.com/default.aspx?r=173716

Here's a huge tip passed on: complete the eFax offer. It's free.