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3/16/18 Update: The website was “sold” to someone else. DNS/WHOIS records were updated around this time so this maybe true. However, the official word from their email they sent out is that they will not be sending any t-shirts out. So, it’s official folks, it was all a scam. The scammer collected our information and then sold it for a profit to a new owner. That is literally the definition of a scam. The new owner shamelessly didn’t seem to care about the knowledge of the fake promotion either from the email they sent out. Big surprise.
1/15/18 Update: No contact, nothing. No t-shirts were sent. This was a fake/scam officially. They are still accepting these fake scam orders too, don’t do it. Will update if anything changes but unlikely to hear from these dishonest business folk.
12/4/17 Update: Tied them to Lithuanian fake freebie 9OOS with their terms of service and just a general summary of why Degorilla is likely to be a scam here.
Update: After speaking with them more, I have removed the link to this offer until they provide more proof they are a real company. As of right now they have only provided stock photos. And bad responses to prove they are a real company with good intentions. I don’t think this offer is real at the moment. Update coming soon. My apologies for posting this.
More stock photos: They claimed to have real shirts on Reddit. Freebie hunter Allison just proved them wrong: It appears most of their photos are from the website “https://www.freepik.es” which. Case in point.
11/25/17-11/30/17 Update: I’ve been banned from their Facebook page for messaging them questions and asking for real photos of their inventory, or even one real t-shirt. Also they started their website on 9/3/17 which is pretty recent (another red flag). I’m closing the book on this one. They are highly, highly likely a scam. If anyone has proof otherwise please share with me so I can update this post, Degorilla included. But for now, my conclusion is that this is a free promotion intended to collect thousand’s of peoples personal information without fulfilling their advertised free t-shirt. They have sent out an email saying the ‘first 500’ would get t-shirts (it’s easy to say you weren’t first 500 and not send any). We shall see, I am still waiting for comment from them for proof that they even have t-shirts to send.
PS: If you want a real free t-shirt US offer try this DutchMasters t-shirt offer, it was active at the time of this posting.
-John ‘Samples’ Clark
Here is a possible freebie for Degorilla promotional t-shirts, I say possible because it’s a Shopify freebie (they often do not come if it’s anything but a sample-size product) and there is no real store history for the store. However, their Reddit account seemed kinda legit (proven to be wrong) so I posted this.
How to get free shirt:
- Visit the companies website by clicking “Get This Offer (External Website)”
- Add to cart, then like their Facebook page to head to checkout.
- Finish checking out with free shipping and hope they process the free t-shirts!
* US Only. Limit one set per household. While supplies last. Please allow up to 10 weeks or more for delivery & processing. Samples may or may not come depending on if the company can fulfill the samples or any reason up to their discretion at all.