Retailers and manufacturers often give out totally free stuff as samples to promote their business. If you know where to look out, you can request for free samples of beauty products, food, accessories, household products, baby stuff, and so forth. As there are many scams on the internet you need to be cautious. At times you visit a site to request a free sample and find that you have to fill out a survey or make a purchase first. When searching online you’ll come across these types of situations many times.
To receive totally free stuff you shouldn’t provide any information more than your name, email, and mailing address. You should probably search elsewhere about it if a website asks you to give more information. If something seems too good to be true (like a free mp3), it probably is. To get the mp3, you might have to even sign up for a bundle of offers or complete a long survey.
Authentic freebies generally include totally free stuff like perfume samples, shampoos, lipstick, calendars, discount vouchers and coupons. Generally expensive items are given as free samples on limited basis so you have to be among the first few to request free samples. All you need is vigilance to grab the stuff.
You may also get totally free stuff by visiting the main website of your preferred companies by signing up for promotional offers at the company’s official website. On the main page of your favorite company there is generally a link for signing up. Signing up is generally free, and you can receive special offers, some really great coupons, some of which are redeemable for heavy discounts.
You should necessarily have an extra email address before registering for free samples as most companies give away promotional items free of cost, they require that you opt for their mailing lists so that they can send you promotional emails. Good companies do not share your email with any other companies and save your identity, but you can receive special offers mailers from that company.