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post #26 of 321
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Originally Posted by KatePacher
To answer those questions about the bag:

The site was www.yourfreedesignerbag.com

eLuxury sends it directly to you, it's like as though it were a gift, and eLux lets you return gifts for store credit.

I think thats it? It was relatively easy to get, I had to complete 8 offers (I probably ended up spending about $30 total) have my friend complete 8 offers, and I also have to pay taxes on the bag.
kate, did you have to get 8 different friends to complete one offer each or can one friend complete 8 offers?

and i totally agree with Tsukasa, treat yourself with what you want!! it's your birthday!! celebrate it well :P !
post #27 of 321
yeah..if someone is thinking of doing this, let me refer you
post #28 of 321
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Originally Posted by theherman
yeah..if someone is thinking of doing this, let me refer you
same here, I don't think any of my friends will do it.
post #29 of 321
Thread Starter 
if you want a referral or want to BE a referral go to www.livejournal.com/community/bag_referrals I have made some posts on there under "accordingtokate" about which offers i got to go through (some, like the realplayer ones, dont work). There are some girls there willing to pay you like $100 to be their referrals. I wasn't anyone's referral cause I dunno, I don't like to be beholden to people for stuff. I signed up for the site on Jan 4th and got my bag today, so it took me 23 days total. You need ONE person to complete EIGHT offers, not eight to complete one.
post #30 of 321
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Originally Posted by jetsetter
in between completing 8 offers and having another 8 people complete one offer each... wouldn't this take like a year to do?? i gave up on freeipods.com cos it was proving to be wayyyyy more trouble than it was worth.. is this any different?? im very interested.. thats a shitload of credit!
For this promotion, you have to complete 8 offers and then get ONE other person to complete the 8 offers, not 8 people complete 1 offer.
post #31 of 321
oh my .. I'm so going to do this. I have signed up for 8 credit cards before
post #32 of 321
Thread Starter 
If you guys have specific questions about stuff you can e-mail me at

k-pacher {at} northwestern.edu.

I've gotten some PMs about it, but its easier for me to just respond to e-mails, so, feel free, I'm happy to help.
post #33 of 321
Sweet Zombie Christ!

That's a much better referral value than for freephotoipods.com. As much as I love my free 60gig iPod ...

Hmm, they have that Dior Homme short trench I saw at Dior the other day. And it was the only thing there I liked. Hmm, this may be worth a shot ...
post #34 of 321
too bad you have to be an american citizen also...
post #35 of 321
how many of you guys are actually doing this right now? I started and then chickened out
post #36 of 321
i really really really REALLY wanna.......who wants to team up w. me and we can do eachothers? i already found a bag i want!...............i'll team up and do it w/ 20 ppl and get like a 20,000 credit to eluxury lol
post #37 of 321
Quote:
Originally Posted by KatePacher
To answer those questions about the bag:

The site was www.yourfreedesignerbag.com

eLuxury sends it directly to you, it's like as though it were a gift, and eLux lets you return gifts for store credit.

I think thats it? It was relatively easy to get, I had to complete 8 offers (I probably ended up spending about $30 total) have my friend complete 8 offers, and I also have to pay taxes on the bag.

eluxury doesn't sell gucci so where does that bag come from?
post #38 of 321
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Originally Posted by JAPpily ever after
Quote:
Originally Posted by KatePacher
To answer those questions about the bag:

The site was www.yourfreedesignerbag.com

eLuxury sends it directly to you, it's like as though it were a gift, and eLux lets you return gifts for store credit.

I think thats it? It was relatively easy to get, I had to complete 8 offers (I probably ended up spending about $30 total) have my friend complete 8 offers, and I also have to pay taxes on the bag.

eluxury doesn't sell gucci so where does that bag come from?

another reputable website. I'm thinking it might be gucci.com if the bag is on the gucci site.
post #39 of 321
i would like to do it with someone...i want to sign up for the stuff that will cost the least amount of $. By "completing" the offers, do you just have to do something like sign up for the music club, or do you have to fulfill the user agreement of buying 5 additional CDs or whatever? $30 out of pocket sounds like a great deal for $1600 worth of eluxury credit
post #40 of 321
i dont like how they have the tier system of completing offers from all three Silver, Gold and Platinum categories. i tried one of these sites in the past where they had different categories of offers and the ones in the Platinum category were ridiculous like "Try Optimum Online in your house free for 30 days" -or- Try this new engine in your car for 30 days!"..
yeah that last one was made up but nevertheless i've seen some insane the requirements with some of these sites especially the ones with the three different categories.
post #41 of 321
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Originally Posted by jetsetter
i dont like how they have the tier system of completing offers from all three Silver, Gold and Platinum categories
true. and they don't let you transfer offers between the level, so if you completed 3 silver offers, they won't let one "rollover" to the gold level.

also I've noticed in other free_____.com the offers in the platinum level are usually credit card offers and those are offers I won't do. However I wouldn't mind doing the "try ____ for 30 days" because the original company usually allows you to cancel after 2 wks or something, you just have to remember.
post #42 of 321
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Originally Posted by mello_yello_jen
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Originally Posted by jetsetter
i dont like how they have the tier system of completing offers from all three Silver, Gold and Platinum categories
true. and they don't let you transfer offers between the level, so if you completed 3 silver offers, they won't let one "rollover" to the gold level.

also I've noticed in other free_____.com the offers in the platinum level are usually credit card offers and those are offers I won't do. However I wouldn't mind doing the "try ____ for 30 days" because the original company usually allows you to cancel after 2 wks or something, you just have to remember.
I have no problem with doing the credit card offers but BE CAREFUL I saw one and read the fine print and it said there is a yearly fee of $110
do you actually have to fully complete the offer? Like keep the product for a coule months and get charged in full? Or is it complete just by trying to trial offer.[/b]
post #43 of 321
i think you have to wait at least a little while before cancelling, because the original seller (say, aol or blockbuster) has to report that you signed up and are a customer. that's how i thought it worked with the other "free" websites.

i already started, i'll see how far i get, i usually lose patience with these things. if anyone wants to start, PM me (so i can "refer" you)!
post #44 of 321
I'm working on a referral from someone. I got 2 offers completed. I just dont want to get charged their full price for the product. I guess I have to cancel before 30 days is up , but not like 2 days after I order?
post #45 of 321
I am interested. I never knew if this stuff really worked before.
post #46 of 321
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Originally Posted by igawtscammed
I'm working on a referral from someone. I got 2 offers completed. I just dont want to get charged their full price for the product. I guess I have to cancel before 30 days is up , but not like 2 days after I order?
Definitely don't cancel 2 days after you order, I HOPE we can cancel before 30 days are up but i don't know.

By the way, FYI if anyone signs up for anything AOL...first, if you click cancel anywhere while signing up, it'll give you another free month. second, they are THEE hardest company to cancel with ever. a while ago, i had dial up AOL while I was moving to a new place and waiting for high-speed, and then i cancelled. not only did that cancellation conversation take forever ("are you sure?" yes; "aol's the best" cancel it; "we'll give you six months free" cancel it; "we'll give you a year free", Cancel It; "we'll give you our firstborn children" etc), but i then kept getting these "come back to AOL" flyers in my mailbox for 6 more months!
post #47 of 321
[quote="theherman"]
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Originally Posted by igawtscammed
I'm working on a referral from someone. I got 2 offers completed. I just dont want to get charged their full price for the product. I guess I have to cancel before 30 days is up , but not like 2 days after I order?
Definitely don't cancel 2 days after you order, I HOPE we can cancel before 30 days are up but i don't know.

By the way, FYI if anyone signs up for anything AOL...first, if you click cancel anywhere while signing up, it'll give you another free month. second, they are THEE hardest company to cancel with ever. a while ago, i had dial up AOL while I was moving to a new place and waiting for high-speed, and then i cancelled. not only did that cancellation conversation take forever ("are you sure?" yes; "aol's the best" cancel it; "we'll give you six months free" cancel it; "we'll give you a year free", Cancel It; "we'll give you our firstborn children" etc), but i then kept getting these "come back to AOL" flyers in my mailbox for 6 more months! [/quote

I agree - Aol IS the hardest thing to cancel.. I was a customer of theirs for a little while - I didnt know any better.
Definetely dont do the aol offer unless you are prepared for a fight
post #48 of 321
Thread Starter 
You can cancel these offers as SOON as you want. I canceled some of them within like 2 days and I canceled others within 2 HOURS. For Arctic White, I realized it was going to be a pain in the ass (and expensive) to ship back the unused portion of the product, so I called them literally 2 hours after I signed up for the trial and said "Hey, I just signed up, but please CANCEL my trial membership and you know what? I don't even want the free product, I totally changed my mind." And they did it no problem and the offer still got approved (ditto cosmetique)
For the CC offers, you must activate the card and make a purchase in order for them to count. Here are the offers that I recommend, because they all approve within about 10 days:

-Arctic White
-Rent Movies with Blockbuster Online
-Health Benefits
-Cosmetique
-MusicNow@AOL
-TrimLife
-Bargain Homes
-Biggest Loser Club
-Never Go To The Post Office Again (aka Stamps.com)

Don't sign up for either of the real player ones (they don't ever approve) or TimeLife Love songs, because it doesn't approve (however, now I do have a CD with some cheesy love songs)

Also, yes, AOL is very hard to cancel. I spent about 20 minutes on the phone and finally I had to go to work. This is how I ended the conversation "Sir, I am hanging up now. I do not want AOL now or EVER. Do not extend my free trial and never ever bill me again *click*" I got a letter a few days later that my AOL was canceled.
post #49 of 321
Thread Starter 
Also one other thing- once you complete the offers you have to fax them a W-9 form for tax purposes. So, if you don't want to give this site your social security number, don't bother with it.
post #50 of 321
So you have to claim the $$ amount on your taxes?
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