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I saw this Cozy Condoms offer on a few other freebies sites and instead of waiting until my next sample news update post. At first I thought it was a valid offer for the USA and I reached out to see if they were or not. Didn’t hear from them at all. Now I see it spreading on other sites and they added a big red flag now, a scammy affiliate marketing popup so this is highly likely to be fake.
I wanted to share my concerns now because condom offers are “hot” and they spread fast. Here is the URL if you want to follow along but I recommend you don’t fill out the form unless there is more information about where this offer came from: http://cozycondoms.com/index.php/free-condom-sample and now they have lubricant as well: http://cozycondoms.com/free-lubricant-sample
Here is the Why? I think it’s fake- let’s dig in.
- Their site is based out of Selangor, Malaysia, always a good sign. It definitely won’t come to the US at a cheap cost, not a fake signal but not a good sign.
- Their website has no way to buy or find out where to buy or even a wholeseller sign up area. Why would they give samples if they won’t give purchases of the full-size product after? Big red flag.
- The image looks suspiciously like this one from Alibaba. But not 100%.
- The biggest red flag of all is they added a “popup” (example: here is what happens after the form submit, then here is the lovely $300 Gift Card offer after) that appears when you sign up now asking for “help” – it then sends you to too good to be true free gift card offers and scammy offers that are likely to never arrive. But it makes the Cozy Condoms people $1.25-$3+ if you sign up. What does it leave you? Maybe scammed without a condom. This doesn’t mean it won’t arrive, but it is likely that this website is just looking to make money and not send condoms. The cost of condoms are cheap where this may actually help fund it but I don’t think you should trust sites that have this popup.
Maybe I’m missing something, but this doesn’t add up at all right now. Avoid this one for now. 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. Lastly, here are 3 still active offers if you want free condoms (some have been verified to actually arrive to):