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Freebie hunters, take note of a fake deal from Normand Marketing Group offering a free travel mug. This one has some solid proof backing the fact that it’s a fake offer, so be careful if you ever come across it.
Here is the URL for reference but I strongly suggest not signing up: https://d21bp3sh0uosll.cloudfront.net/index.html
Why I think this one is fake:
- One of the biggest red flags is that this page/ the offer is hosted on a host that is commonly used for scams/malware. For that reason alone, we advise not visiting the page and definitey do not share your information.
- A sketchy webpage shows up after submitting the form for the offer. This makes it even more clear that it’s a cover for a scam or some type of virus.
As usual with fake freebies, avoid them! If you see them on other websites, do not sign up. Signing up with these kinds of sites can mean you get spam mail, spam emails, sketchy links from fake PayPal/Amazon/other websites, and worst case scenario – can fall victim to identity theft. 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
* Real freebies are great… Fake freebies just put you at risk of being phished or hacked, so avoid at all costs.