With so many questions about the credibility of this service, we have put to together a number of reviews, videos and pictures to show you. Many of the images below have been sent to us with thanks and were posted on our old FreeGiftsForStudents.co.uk website. The videos below have been embedded from the CNN, G4TV and BBC's NEWSNIGHT show.

Have a look at some of the feedback we got in 2008 from students at Loughborough University UK.
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The Giveaway sites buy pricey products like iPods and gives them away. To receive the iPod, participants are asked to sign up for one free offer and to persuade five others to do the same. They have developed similar programs giving out desktop computers, laptops, flat-screen television and cell phones.

The New York Times

Surprisingly, some free products solicitation offers are not rip-offs, and can land you a slew of free stuff… you can load up on tech goodies including iPods, game consoles and HDTV’s.

The Seattle Times

The promise of getting a free iPod looks extremely dubious. But surprisingly, it appears to be legitmate. It’s a new form of marketing supported by companies like eBay, AOL & Lovefilm.


Here is a link to Wired.com, where the whole process is explained,
and another link to Engadget, where they explain how this great marketing system works!