Free Canon Ixus 700

Discussion in 'Canon' started by Philip S, Oct 20, 2005.

  1. Philip S

    Philip S Guest

    To find out how to get your camera take a look at this site

    I think this offer is a good one. The fact that Ebay and Screenselect have
    offers on this site convinces me that
    it is not illegal and not a scam. also the BBC has investigated it and found
    it to be genuine. I know people who have used Screenselect without any
    problem so I took up their offer which I feel is worth it on its own. Your
    privacy and identity is protected. People should investigate before
    Take a good look at the site and judge for yourself.
    It has only cost me £12.50 and it could cost you nothing
    plus for this I get the rental of about 20 DVDs
    Heres the link again
    Philip S, Oct 20, 2005
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  2. Just the fact that you need to enter your name, email and postal
    address to see the rules is enough to keep me away from it.

    It also adds to amount of spam on Usenet.
    Måns Rullgård, Oct 20, 2005
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  3. Philip S

    mave Guest

    There is no other way you would get a free camera
    unless they knew where to send it.

    mave, Oct 21, 2005
  4. Philip S

    Bill Funk Guest

    There is also no way to get a free camera under this offer unless you
    qualified for it.
    I value my friends much more than to use them in this fashion.
    Bill Funk, Oct 21, 2005
  5. They could tell me the terms and conditions without knowing my name
    and address. As it happens, they don't. Well, nothing stops me from
    entering a fake name and address, to see what the terms are.
    I suppose the OP values his friends more too, and hence resorted to
    spamming the Usenet.
    Måns Rullgård, Oct 21, 2005
  6. Philip S

    Bill Funk Guest

    While I might not know the *exact* terms, I know the approximate
    terms; I must get a certain number of people to sign up for one or
    more "offers" that are expressly designed to make money for the
    companies making the offers. In other words, that are asking me to do
    advertising for them in return for a device of some sort. Ipod,
    camera, set of dishes, whatever.
    The details differ, the intent is the same.
    Bill Funk, Oct 22, 2005
  7. That's it. That information is available without signing up. To find
    out what the "offers" are, you need to sign up.
    Måns Rullgård, Oct 22, 2005
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