YourGiftProAnother internet scam! promises a free laptop. Forcing you through many 'last steps' you have to sign up for many 'free' offers- your credit card will have twenty charges and you will have at least ten memberships before you will find out that you will never get a free laptop.

We immediately reported the scam to our bank.


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    Michael Ecuyer Dec 31, 2007
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    I agree totally. They force you to give loads of information that leaves you open to being taken advantage of. Their website boasts of "millions of happy customers", but anyone using a quarter of their brain could figure out that no company can give away thousand-dollar items to millions of people. Overall, this is just another scam among many.

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