Scam of the Week:

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I hope that no one falls for this classic pyramid scheme, but in case you were thinking about it, please take five minutes, calm yourself down and realize that it is too good to be true. Please do not fall for this scam, nor should you let any of your friends do the same. It’s worse than falling for the $1000 Microsoft tracking email scam because you are willingly giving your address to spammers and you will receive nothing in return.

Take a look at their terms and conditions. The most important section to note is:

(a) is a free service and does not guarantee receipt of any product regardless of offers completed or points accumulated There you have it.