For once, this truly appears to be a worthwhile web site. Basically, they deal in market research. In return for a little of your time answering questions about yourself, you are entered into monthly contests for an entire year - the top prize is £1,000 and according to the literature on the site, there are other smaller prizes awarded to runners up. Upon signup, you have to provide your person details as you do with any other site such as this. They use an impressive system to detect your address from your postcode (I knew it was possible, you can do it personally on the Royal Mail site, but have never seen it used online) which saves a lot of time and agravation in the signup process. At the end of the form, you are also asked if you would like to receive additional surveys through e-mail, for which there are further cash and prizes available. They state that these are sent occasionally, and usually that means they haven't sorted it out yet - so I don't have any high hopes for that area, but such a statement in no way applies to any other factor regarding this initative. You are also asked if you want to get "third party stuff" through the post, but they mention no reward or incentive for such and so I've backed down from that bit. On the following page you are asked to check the boxes according to your interests. Usually, with paid e-mail companies, I check all the boxes (or as many as I am allowed to) as my earnings will depend on how many e-mails I click and thus the more subjects they have to send me mail about, the more dough I get. However, as this site guarantees me entries to the contests without doing anything more than providing this market research info and receiving e-mails based on it (yet as far as I know, there is no need for me to act on these e-mails in any way), I find there is no need to select any interests, so I've selected the option for 'None of the above'. The re
st of the form I answered surprisingly truthfully, and so let's see what happens on the next page. This is the kind of area I like, because it means I can be cocky regarding my experience of the internet. Of course I chose myself as an expert, (I'm being sincere - honest!) and boasted about my time online and my number of online purchases. (Mostly from Amazon) After asking you about your internet service provider, most frequent place of access as well as type of activity, you are asked various miscellaneous questions about TV subscriptions, insuirance policies held and charity donations (how that's going to relate to an advertising client I don't know!), you are redirected to yet more questions, the first of which is about considering giving blood and which charities you may have donated to recently. (Only because I clicked yes for having donated to charity in the previous year). And that's it. According to their confirmation message on screen, I've been entered automatically into the next 12 £1,000 prize draws plus for other runners up prizes totalling thousands of squid. This is certainly an idea to consider, and seems all too easy to win. Let's wait and see if I do! (Confidence is also put in me by the fact that another dooyooer has said they've won a grand before. Can't be that bad!)
The free money site does just what it says, it gives away "free money". All you have to do is register your e-mail address and then you can go to the site every day and answer questions and be entered into a daily draw for £1000. It's a bit like a consumer survey with questions like, what bank do you use, how many times a week do you surf the net, what type of mobile phone do you have. They do guarantee to give away £1000 every day and have testimonials on line to prove it. An added bonus, is that after you have answered the questions you get a chance to "crack the code". All you have to do is select eight numbers to try and crack the code of a safe, if you manage to get the code right then you win a million pounds. I know this is the stuff that dreams are made of, and the odds on getting the right code must be astronomical, but the site is well worth a visit every day to spend just a couple of minutes answering the questions in the hope of winning the £1000.
This site has been off the internet for a while now but has recently been relaunched. It is a UK based site which makes a nice change, before it was revamped it required you entering every day and answering soem questions. they were obviously not getting enough entrants this way cos now you only enter once a year! THE OLD FREEMONEY You used to get entered into a draw daily to win £1000, they obviously decided this was too much money and could not afford it. This required you visiting the site daily which is a hassle and filling in a questionnaire which could be time consuming at times. The only reason people ever used it was because the prize money was so high, however I suspect the reason they changed it was because this sum was too high and they were not getting enough users. Therefore freemoney.fm was taken off the internet for a month or two. This was annoying as there were still links to it everywhere but no site! THE NEW FREEMONEY The new system requires you to visit the site (www.freemoney.fm) only once a year! This is a very good idea as it prevents time consuming visits daily or weekly. To enter the competition you have to enter your e-mail address, then you move through the steps which are all very simple details such as post code, your interests etc. Obviuosly you should only pick the things that really do interest you so you don't get lots of spam mail. This is all you have to do! You then simply sit back and wait....they will send you an e-mail if you win. THE RESULT I have been a member of the site for a while now, since it was relaunched and haven't heard anything, so at least they are not sending me a lot of crap...Im just waiting for my win! I have heard of quite a few people who have won though (including leather jackets and money) so it is worth entering as it only takes about 5 minutes and you are then entered for the entire year. A very simple easy way of wi
Ok so I know that generally NOTHING in this life is free, BUT let me tell you this; today yes 4th June 2001 I won something from an Internet website for FREE! All I had to do was to sign up, answer a few questions and that was that! Today I received an email telling me I had won 2 leather jackets! So now you have got this far, you probably want to know where to find this website – all things come to s/he who waits, so be patient my friends. The company is UK based and was set up 1999, they began by asking visitors to the site to fill in short questionnaires about their lifestyle. The ‘reward’ for doing this was to be entered into the daily prize draw for £1000. The information received by the company was then sold on to companies, who could contact the participants if they wished to do so. However they soon realised that £1000 a day was a hell of a lot of money and suspended the site. They have come back now, with a monthly draw for prizes and £1000, of which there are many. To register at the site got to www.freemoney.fm there you see I told you I would give it to you :o). Here you need to fill in your email address and proceed to the next step, you then fill in your postal code and country where you live, you then have to fill in your personal details, name, address and so on. You are then faced with a number of check boxes to indicate your interests in life. This is so you are not spammed with loads of emails that will NOT appeal to you. A couple more questions about your Internet usage and that’s it! You are a fully-fledged member of freemoney.fm. You do not have to do anything else – just sit back and wait. I had forgotten entirely about the site, until I received the email notifying me of the win. You do not have to go back and enter for the next month, as you are automatically entered each month for 12 months. They will send you a notification when you need to register again.
Now I joined this site a month ago, and have not received any emails about any products at all! I don’t know how well this bodes for the company; maybe no one is interested in what I am interested in – if you get me. But I for one am a very happy bunny that I have won ‘something for nothing’! Anyone want to buy a leather jacket???
FreeMoney, mmm, it sounds like a scam to me (More or less somebody sitting in his office and playing pranks with us). You answer five questions, you get into a drawing to win £1000 which is daily. You are even prompted to enter their daily jackpot where you can win £100,000,000. It doesn't seem right to me. I have been entering the competition to win £1,000 for the last eight months and i haven't won anything. If the chances of winning a £1,000 is 1:100,000,000 what do you think the chances will be of winning £1,000,000,000? Very slim indeed. Where are the winners of the daily £1,000 and £100,000,000? Few if not none. You are better off entering myoffers.co.uk where you can even win £5,000 or more and other great prizes. So, don't waste your time with these guys.
The logic behind FreeMoney is simple, you answer a few marketing questions and are automatically entered into a daily draw to win a grand. A cool £1000 would make a great difference to my life, it's a whole year's tuition fees at uni or one and a half term's rent! But there are problems. Because it's daily entry, people who enter regularly will be on FreeMoney's database and soon a massive profile of them will have been built up. The result, spam city! I'm not too fussed about this, they have to earn the £1000 every day to be able to give it away - just make sure you use a secondary e-mail address to catch all the spam! And as for the £1,000,000 draw, I wouldn't bother, it's barely worth it!
Freemoney.fm claim to have given away £315,000 in prize money since starting up. That should whet your appetite! The deal is that you answer around six market research-style multiple choice questions in order to be entered into a prize draw for £1000. There is a new draw every day. You are only allowed to enter once each day - if you win the draw and they find you have entered more than once you are disqualified. The questions are simple and the site is quick and easy to use. The winner is posted up on the website each day. It's worth a punt!
I visit this site from time to time, but less often recently. It is true that the site is getting more complicated, and therefor it takes more time to complete your “transaction”. They have jazzed up the site recently, and now they want your name and address instead of just email (there is no Ms, just miss or mrs). It takes a minute or 2 to complete a few questions and your email address to enter the £1,000 daily draw, although the questions take more time to read and answer than they used to. The problem is that I find it all too dull now. I spend my time at other sites that, for one reason or another, I find more rewarding. I have never won anything from this site, big surprise there. I have entered the win a million prize lottery there a few times. BUT What put me off that was: 1- I looked up the winning numbers for previous weeks and there were 3 weeks in a row where the number drawn was identical. Now that is nearly impossible with 8 digit numbers, isn’t it. A bit fishy I thought, but I returned a few more times. 2- When you enter you get sent an email with the number you selected and a long code to refer to incase you win. This is too much hard work! By this I mean that you have to check to see if you’ve won BY YOURSELF. Now hang on! :) I don’t like the fact you have to check it yourself, and once you get to the winning numbers page there is a list to look at, and you don’t know which is your number. The email you get doesn’t make it absolutely clear (maybe this has changed since last time I played), but all you get is the date that they received your entry. You must look at the number drawn for the day they received your guess, I guess! But it should be made clearer, because the draw for Wednesday- for example -is performed on Thursday. ARGH! See what I mean? Try it if you want, but nobody said getting rich was going to be easy ;)
The Freemoney site does exactly what its name suggests - it gives away moeny. £1000 every single day to be exact. What do you have to do in return for this prize I hear you ask? Answer lots of consumer research questions. Thats possibly unfair as there are never that many questions and it takes me, on average, about 2mins to complete the survey. The questions can range from what groceries you buy to what car you drive and where you go on holiday. I must admit there has been a tiny upsurge in my junk snail mail quota but nothing annoying - just lots of money off vouchers most of which I've actually used. These were mainly for washing powder and fabric softeners so they were actually useful. There is also a draw for 1 million pounds which you can enter every day as well. This is situated at the end of the £1000 questionaire. Its a good idea to draw people to the site but it is a bit of a pain. You have to pick 8 numbers and if you match all 8 numbers in the same order you a million pounds. The odds on this must be tremendous as there are thousands of combinations and you can use every number as many times as you want. You get sent an email containing the number you picked. If you want to see if you have won the million pounds you have to check the huge list of numbers on their website against the numbers you have. This is annoying, inconvenient and very time consuming. It is very likely that if someone does actually win they will never claim their prize as its so awkward! The site has been recently revamped as it was having a lot of problems. From the beginning of October until the beginning of November the £1000 draw wasn't available. I didn't do any of their surveys during this time although the million pound draw was still available. It was too much trouble! I'll keep visiting the site and spending 2 mins every morning filling in the forms. Fingers crossed you never know!
Freemoney.fm is one of those sites that just looks like a total scam to get information off you. I don’t quite believe that they will give one person £1000 a day for answering a few questions. The design is pretty bad, as is the way the site works. Basically, all you do is go to the site when you like, on a daily basis if you wish, enter your details and then answer a few questions to be put in the draw for the money. The questions change from day to day and are all market research questions, which is where they will get the money from. I haven’t actually heard of anybody winning the money, which makes me think twice about taking part. They also offer webmaster 60p in return for you re-directing any visitor to their site who then takes part. 60p is quite a lot of money to pay out to webmasters aswell when it all adds up, so they seem to be giving a lot of money away. All in all, give it a try if you want to, but don’t expect to win any money. I’d like to here from anyone who has actually won any money from the site. It just looks like a big con to me. I would however like someone to prove me wrong....
Freemoney is an online competition where you can enter every day to gain the chance to win £1000. By filling in a few questions on a survey (companys give the website money to get the visitors to fill in the answers, hence funding the site) you get a chance to win. You enter your name and address and answer about ten questions, then you are entered into the draw. As the questions you are asked are all surveys, you have as much chance of winning the prize as the next user. You also have a chance to win £1,000,000 with each entry if you can guess the 8 figure combination to the safe. However your chances of winning are rather slim - 1 in 4304672 , which is small. I've been enetering for a few weeks now, and nothing yet. But I'm going to keep trying. I have heard of people who have won, so it may be me one day. it's very quick and easy to enter, maximum of two minutes. I've nothing to lose and neither have you. Give it a go if you have a spare minute or two online. And if you win, I want a share!
Freemoney - nice. This is what is on offer. Money for free. Well, not totally. To be in for a chance to get the grand you have to be in that days draw. To enter the draw you need to answer some marketing questions. Once you have done this your email address is registered. It is nice and quick and never to involved. The hardest bit is when you are asked to crack the code. Here you simply select 8 numbers from the 10 shown (0-9). The same number can be used more than once which means the chances of matching it must be extremely small. Stick to bananalotto (see comments on this) for a better chance of winning loads of money. Even so, it is always a better chance than you had by not entering. The site is pleaseant if a bit dark. They do give a thousand a day away, so they are true to their word. Give it a go if you like your thoughts to be known and like the idea of a thousand pounds. I do. Must go and put my thoughts down.
Free Money is like that Cuprinol advert .. "It does exactly what it says on the tin". They really do give away money! Well you have to do one small task to be entered into the draw each day, which is answer a series of 'market research' questions. This only takes a minute literally and after this you are entered for the daily draw of £1000. WOW ... that's not chicken feed. I have entered the draw quite a few times now, but I haven't been lucky so far, however the questions literally take a moment, so it's no great shakes to bob along and fill out the form every day. The more days you enter the more times you are entered into the draw obviously. The site looks really nice, is quick and although I prefered it when it used to have links to other competitions it is still a site you have to bookmark.
A site where you can win £1000 a day. They say and yes I believe them as I have heard of a couple of people who have actually won, that 330 people have already won. Although I do wonder how they can afford to give this much money away daily. You may enter once a day. The only snag with this site is that they do tend to ask you a lot of personal questions and you must tell them or not enter the competition. They also have another comp on their site where you have to guess the combination number of the safe. To me this seems impossible so I have given up on doing it.
Every morning when I wake up, the next thing that springs to mind apart from getting the child of my life organised, is dreaming about that £1000!. The million is a bit of an unrealistic dream but it still is a dream. So, everyday I enter their little questionnaire with a glimmering hope of spending the ‘freemoney’ on a new wardrobe, (it really does need improving!) Be sure to tick the little box that says you don’t want your address to be passed on to third parties, because that’s where the junk mail comes from. Your email address gets sold and used, I often wonder where they get their money from, and why haven’t I won?!