First read the " How This Works " Section on this site. That should prove that this at least makes sense.

Also, this has been getting publicity. I thought it was a scam when I first heard about it and didn't bother looking into it. It has been in the New York Times, on Wired's website, and in many other news articles.

I know it sounds crazy and too good to be true, but its not.
Look at all the LEGITIMATE COMPANIES INVOLVED! BlockBuster, USA Today, Real Rhapsody, Citibank, Discover Card, AOL, etc. These companies would not be involved in this if it was a scam!
They aren't trying to steal your info. These companies already have huge databases of info that they could steal if they wanted to. Why would they involve themselves in something that looks suspicous in order to steal from customers, when they could steal from the ones they already have and it wouldn't be as obvious? They wouldn't, they're not stupid, if they were, they wouldn't have successful businesses. And the site that gives you the free product certainly isn't trying to steal from you because they never ask for your a credit card number or any billing info.

This is all about advertising, there's HUGE MONEY IN IT! Ever heard about how much advertisers pay per second for a commercial during the superbowl? Its ridiculous, and that doesn't even guarantee them customers.

Gratis Internet, The company offer many of these programs, is registered with the Better Business Bureau. Click Here to see.

Also, if you're skeptical, check out the "Proof This Works Section"


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