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Anything4Free.comFraud! was a forum where people could go and trade referrals for freebie sites, but not anymore. Membership to this site was free, so it's hard to see any scam there, but then... The admins locked all but there inside buddies out of the forums and are demanding $49.95 to get back in!!! The only other way to get back in is to complete offers for, well, the admins that kicked everyone out of course! What a scam! Get a bunch of members, then lock them out and tell them 'New rule: You owe us money!' WHAT A SCAM. BEWARE!!!


  • Su
    SureTrader Jan 03, 2011
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    You should really check your facts before making such strong statements. The only people who are ever locked out from the site are those who commit fraud against other members or the rules of the industry. I encourage everyone to check it out and see for themselves what it is all about. You may be like I was 3 years ago and find that you like it. I have on average made appr. $600/month from my activities on and can assure you that none of those activities have been fraudulent in nature. You may check it out and find that it's not for you. that's ok. the Freebie trading industry is not for everybody. See for yourself though. Whether you like it or not, you will see that Fred here doesn't know what he is talking about. I wish you all luck in your pursuit of internet incomes! SureTrader...

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