FAKE ALERT: FREE Mama Milly’s Instant Soup Mix

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FAKE ALERT: FREE Mama Milly’s Instant Soup Mix

There are 3 flavors to choose from Classic Fake, Country Fake or Vegetable Fake. This Mama Milly immediately comes off as a sketchy character, why? Because she simply doesn’t exist beyond this free sample offer. This is highly likely to be fake from my past history watching fake freebies. Read on to see why I think this is a fake and why you should avoid it or use a fake email to sign up if you really want to risk it. Here is the URL to follow along if you’d like: mamamillyssoups.com

Why I think this one is fake:

  1. The domain was registered on 1-20-2018, that is a few days ago. Over the past year I’ve never gotten any freebies from websites that have been registered within the a month. Never.
  2. The only image is clearly a “mock up” you can easily slap a logo on like this one. It’s also a brown bag package that is commonly a coffee pouch, not a commonly used soup pouch which is a confusing element on it’s own.
  3. There is no terms, privacy, physical address or contact information. And you cannot buy any products, why do you do an expensive sampling campaign if you can’t buy products afterwards? It’s a scam, that’s why.
  4. Thankfully, I found no malicious code, I am not a security professional however so I might have missed something.
  5. This freebie had an identical ‘foot print’ for their submission form named “store_it.php” – it was also seen at naturalebisou.com and possibly zanderstacotruckseasoning.com – I can’t reconfirm as both of the sites are down, big surprise! Nobody got freebies either and don’t expect to get this one because it’s highly likely to be fake. I’ve signed up using an email to track what they send specifically, let’s see what crap they send. As for you, I’d skip this one.

As usual with fake freebies, avoid them! If you see them on other websites, do not sign up. If you signed up for this one, worst case is you’ll get some spam mail, spam email and perhaps some sketchy links from fake PayPal/Amazon/other websites. Don’t trust links that ask for your password or any personal information, ever. Thank you for reading my fake freebie rant. You can see other fake alerts or freebie updates here as well.

-John ‘Samples’ Clark

* Fake freebies are known to induce sadness and fear of being phished or hacked, avoid at all costs.

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by on January 23rd, 2018