Is Free Money Too Good to be True?

Some people try to make money blogging. Others may attempt to cash in on lucrative affiliate deals. While you can’t possibly make a living doing it, GPTFreebies wants you to score some extra green on the side by completing “hot offers.” Worth your time or a load of crap? Keep reading this ReviewMe review to find out.

What’s the Big Deal?

GPTFreebies bills itself as a website where people can complete a series of offers and get some “free cash” for doing so. They tell you neither what these offers involve nor how much they pay. In order to access any of that pertinent information, they force you to sign up for an account. I’m assuming that when you get to the dashboard, there will be a list of offers for you to choose from with a range of payout levels. As far as I can tell, GPTFeebies is catering to the WAHM (work at home moms) and starving college students in the audience.

Before completing this review, I wanted to sign up for an account just to see what they’re all about. However, when I went to the registration page, I got the following message:


Investigating further, the terms of service state that GPTFreebies will only work with people who reside in the United States. You don’t have to be an American citizen, I think, but you’ve got to be physically there. Given that payment is via PayPal, I don’t see why this restriction is necessary. (I’m in Canada, in case anyone was wondering.)

Um, More Info Please

There’s no FAQ. There’s no example of what you would need to do to complete an offer. There’s no indication as to how much each offer would pay. Frankly, without signing up, you know absolutely nothing about GPTFreebies. Even if you click on any of the “last 10 credited offers” at the bottom of the page, you get sent to a sign-in page. Because GPTFreebies is not up front with what they’re all about, it all feels far too fishy for comfort.


The funky animated navigation panel at the top of the page is pretty attractive and the site as a whole looks very Web 2.0, but without any useful content, this is completely meaningless and pointless.

They Need a Freelance Writer

Even though there’s not very much text on the site at all, the text that is there is very poorly written. Even the main header image — the first part of the site that anyone will read — has at least two glaring errors. I’ll let you catch them for yourself.


The three text boxes below the header image are far from perfect too. Missing articles, awkward phrasing… it’s all quite bad. They should have hired a freelance writer or at least a native English speaker to provide this content.

Register free account with us is easy.

We have plenty of freebies survey offers and hot trial offers, you can earn cash quick here.

We pay you by PayPal and your account must be verified. Earn free cash now.

The last one isn’t horrible, but the first two are absolutely unacceptable.

Free Money? Free Stuff? I Can’t Say

Without the ability to take the service out for a test drive, I can’t really come to any sort of conclusion as to whether GPTFreebies is worth your while. From what I can see, it looks like another one of those cheesy “fill out a survey” or “give out all your private information” kind of “services” that marketing companies use to compile lists of victims. It’s just another paid-to-(fill in the blank) website, jazzed up with some web 2.0 attractiveness.

Maybe I’m wrong. Maybe you can score huge HDTVs, awesome PSPs, and truckloads of cash. But I find that terribly unlikely.

Any American readers want to sign up and report their findings in the comments? If it’s worthwhile, John might put up a follow-up post… maybe even with some backlink love to the first few people to give “mini-reviews” in the comments.

99 thoughts on “Is Free Money Too Good to be True?”

  1. Paul says:

    Wonder why they don’t allow Canadians! We’re people too! ๐Ÿ™‚

    1. hahah and Good people i would say but who knows..maybe they are just targeting the U.S. market, they don’t want too much money.

      1. MyBlogCotest says:

        I think U.S. market is large enough for them. May be they just cannont handle that much income from aroudn the world :mrgreen:

        1. Geedos says:

          If they’re just targeting the US market (which clearly they are) then why did they order a ReviewMe from a Canadian based blog??

          Not very forward thinking.

    2. tke71709 says:

      They only allow US traffic because incentivizable offers generally only allow US traffic.

      It’s not a conspiracy against Cdns ๐Ÿ˜‰

      1. Alam says:

        I have an ๐Ÿ’ก Why don’t we just sign up through a U.S proxy! ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

    3. The offers are probably limited to US residents or something like that.

      It’s most likely a scam.

    4. Um…scam? Duh
      Little details about the program and bad English smells like a scammer to me!
      ๐Ÿ‘ฟ ๐Ÿ‘ฟ ๐Ÿ‘ฟ
      – Raymond (MONEY BLUE BOOK)

      1. MyBlogCotest says:

        I think the site just need lots of works! Bad English just mean they need a good writer :mrgreen:
        Check out my BlogContest blog, my english is not good. But all the blog contest is real at least I know.

        1. Geedos says:

          True bad English doesn’t necessarily mean a scammer but it certainly makes you suspicious. And if your target audience is a majority English speaking one then you should at least make an effort to use correct vocabulary and language.

          If they can’t get that part right what confidence does it give the user that the rest of the service will be good?

      2. WarriorBlog says:

        Hey I didn’t know that boldness is allowed until now โ—

    5. KingJacob says:

      Canadians dont need money, the government takes care of you ๐Ÿ˜‰

      1. Geedos says:

        Well Brits living abroad need all the help we can get! ๐Ÿ˜†

    6. will says:

      The offers are probably only good in the US. If they sign up non americans they will get a lot of useless leads.

  2. Khai says:

    Hmm, there’s an error on the sign up form… looks like they don’t accept Malaysian registrations as well… ๐Ÿ˜ฅ

    1. I’m in the U.S, and I WON’T be using this site. *=)

      :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

  3. dcr says:

    So, they only want U.S. signups? Interesting, because their domain name has a private registration, but the registrar is in Germany. That combined with the poor English leads me to believe they are probably not in the U.S., which makes this all seem a bit fishy to me.

    1. I was looking at that too… I definitely agree with dcr on this one. ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

      1. Geedos says:

        Something smells rotten!

  4. Pranjal says:

    looks more like junk ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ˜› ๐Ÿ˜› where will they get the HDTV’s, consoles from………….. ebay of course ๐Ÿ˜ˆ ๐Ÿ˜ˆ ๐Ÿ˜ˆ

  5. Kenric says:

    I love the fact that you do these reviews and take their $400. Didn’t they know that you’re in Canada before they ordered the review? What did they expect?

  6. It’s probably geo targetting by the advertisers whose offers you are going to get bombarded with. Sill looks a bit dodgy to me.

  7. Michael says:

    Same with me, I cannot sign up. It is pretty stupid that they only offer it to USA users. But still, after having signed up for another free cash program for a try, I can say that this one will be similar. Tricks to set you up.

  8. Petr says:

    Should not the USA blame Canada for almost everything? ๐Ÿ˜‰ At least according the South Park movie ๐Ÿ™‚ Then there is no reason to be surprised, John ๐Ÿ™‚

  9. maurizio says:

    Well, for 400$ you could have told them about it before posting this review.
    It’s not that professional IMHO

    1. Nor is it professional to authorise a $400 marketing spend without doing any research on your partner e.g. if they can even use your service that you want reviewing. Idiots.

    2. John just provides an honest review. It’s not his responsibility to check and make sure everything is in line for him to try out a product.

    3. KingJacob says:

      Youre not buying an advertisement per se with reviewme, if you only want positive things said when you buy a review, you should use payperpost.

    4. Unfortunately, sometimes a customer CAN’t be told… why because the customer doesn’t LISTEN! The reviews are all channeled thru ReviewMe. John probably doesn’t have any contact with the advertiser on his website…
      John’s entire website is open to all, regardless of country. Anyone who has read more than one post knows that John is NOT American…
      Thirdly: This isn’t a question of John being unprofessional, it’s a question of caveat non emptor. More likely someone in a hurry to make a quick buck…
      And lastly, John has savaged several dumb websites over the past few months. Readers know what to expect. REALLY.

      Example: you walk into a store, you check out the shoes… you look at what everyone else is wearing. You then proceed to buy a pair that is expensive and definitely NOT suitable. Do you expect the clerk to tell you that it is not your style…? Hardly.

      This blogging craze is so new that there is hardly a definition for professional, never mind an accusation that someone is being UNprofessional.

      Really. If your business decides to hire someone on a fixed contract to do something specific, and you’re NOT ready. Who’s fault is that? It would be a courtesy of John to contact the website owner,… perhaps he tried to…, and let him know.

  10. Suzie Cheel says:

    Australia is right off the map ? Thanks for sharing this and doing the research

  11. Brooke says:

    Hey John-
    I am an American, living in the U.S. I signed up, just so I could review it for you! (I normally wouldn’t buy into something like this because usually the offers, surveys, whatever, take more time than they are worth). But hey, a chance at some of your link love is worth it! :mrgreen:
    Once I registered (which was no problem), I surfed around the site trying to get a feel for what they have to offer.
    First of all, I ran into more bad writing… like you said, they really need to hire a writer who has a better grasp of the English language.
    I clicked on “offers” and several pages of advertisements came up. The offers at the top of the list claimed to be worth $241 if you complete your end of the bargain (that one was buying airline tickets from a particular airline). The list was 99 pages long, with the lowest cash compensation for completing an offer at 20 cents. It appears from scanning the offers that each one requires signing up for a service, buying a product etc. I read in the rules that you cannot sign up for a service just to complete an offer and turn around and cancel… you must stay signed up for a minimum period of time, as determined by each offer (I saw 3 months in there somewhere). I think that if I were to complete an offer, I would probably end up spending a lot more money than the whole thing would be worth. I guess there is a chance that if I were actively looking for something in one of the offers, (plane tickets? life insurance?), maybe I would look into that particular offer. However, there weren’t any that I felt comfortable “completing” right now.
    Even though there are sections that attempt to explain how to make this “easy” money, I found the entire site frustrating and confusing. It is far too complicated, and frankly, supsicious for me to pursue any further. I already fear that I am going to be inundated with e-mail and phone calls from their affiliates, as I had to give my e-mail address and phone number just to sign up.
    I also found their site in general to be very annoying. Every time you click on anything, the page refreshes but all you can see is the top part, which is the same everytime. It doesn’t make for a very good user experience.
    Anyway, that is my two cents worth. Hope it helps. I will be interested to hear what others have to say.

    1. Geedos says:

      Sounds to me like a bit of a waste of time – and certainly not free money in any shape of form. I’ve heard of speculating to accumulate but this sounds like you’ve got to shell out (in some cases) substantial amounts of cash for a pretty measly return.

      Cheers for the more in-depth review.

  12. tory says:

    I think this is a poor review John. If you couldn’t register then you should have emailed them and told them. Not just taken their money.

    1. Jack Book says:

      I must aggree with you and Maurizo,
      $400 is not a little money, i think they deserve to get confirmed before you wrote all that not so constructive review.
      if you could register, then they might have a better review for their $400. well.. IMHO

      1. KingJacob says:

        Before you go spending $400 on a review you probally should have done some research and realized the person your buying the review from lives in canada. Also its a good thing John couldnt register because inside its basically a scam.

        1. Agreed, a fool and their money…

      2. Kenric says:

        So this was John’s fault? Everyone needs to be responsible for their own actions. They went to Reviewme and picked John’s site and sent $400. John reviewed it. Money earned.

        If I advertise a car available in only the US in a magazine in China. Would the magazine turn down my ad? Is it there place to say that my ad is not allowed? Who’s fault is it when the ad converts nobody?

      3. Geedos says:

        No complaints from me. If someone is daft enough to spend $400 on a review without realizing it wasn’t relevant in the country the blog was based in then it’s not John Chows fault.

        As for the negative review – it’s not as bad as some of the ones that have appeared on this site and plus reviews are just that – reviews – not advertisements. If you ask to be reviewed you’ve got to take the good with the bad.

  13. Sean says:

    It look like they just launched too because their Alexa rank isn’t high as all.

    Damn, they’re looking you’re doing a review for them…that will give them a flood of traffic ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

    Anyway, I am curious why you did a review of them, you must be associated with them somehow…

    1. Click Input says:

      You do realize this was a paid review?

      1. Matt Propst says:

        and by paid review they spent $400 to get told they have a mediocre site at best, and a spike in traffic. Oh, there’s at least a few other ways they should have spent that money. ๐Ÿ˜ฏ

        1. Geedos says:

          Yeah it amazes me how many sites do this using the ReviewMe on this site – they must all get a huge spike in traffic as people go to see if the site really is as bad as John says it is.

  14. Click Input says:

    Put me down for a mini review… I signed up and am just waiting on an email with a confirmation code so I can activate my account (which also doesn’t seem to be coming).

    From the looks of it this is an incentive site though, nothing more, nothing special.

  15. HMTKSteve says:

    If this is a paid review why are you not blocking the kontera ads from appearing in it? Forget your span markup? Now THAT is unprofessional.

    1. I don’t really see a problem with the kontera ads…

  16. arlido says:

    i think it’s good. we can get own money :mrgreen: [RS]

  17. Bill says:

    The reason that they accept only US customers, is that the advertisers only want US leads/conversions. If you look at ANY network such as , , , etc. You will find that 95% of their incentive offers are US only.

    I’m sure that geo-targeting their site also reduces fraud from other countries.

    1. Bill says:

      Bleh. Damn html. I was trying to put my affiliate link for the networks I talked about above.

      Hydra Media

      1. Click Input says:

        lol – that will teach you!

    2. Yes, geotargeting reduces fraud from other countries. however, it does nothing to reduce fraud from the US.

      So does geotargeting help reduce all those awful customers that come from overseas, places like Europe, Asia, Africa, South America, and Canada… Yes, I mean who wants to do business with so many billions of obviously fraudulent customers in the other five primary continents…. God forbid, some of them don’t even speak “””ENGLISH”””””… Shhh! Don’t tell the Bushes about that!

  18. Angel says:

    Another junk review. Although it makes a mockery of the whole system, I don’t think it’s fair to put the blame on John here. It is the company/person’s fault. A review does not instantly transfer into a recommendation; that’s not the nature of the system. However, the whole Review Me thing on this blog is getting silly.

    1. Geedos says:

      Yeah I agree – the quality is getting pretty poor. Is there a way you can select which sites you want to review so you can refuse the poor ones?

  19. I don’t trust any of these things that ask you to sign up for stuff with your credit card. First off, they don’t tell you how much you get, so there is no guarantee it will be worthwile, and second of all, I don’t trust the companies such as freedvds4u that want your credit card, and promise to cancel if you go to their cancel page before 14 days are over.

    Too often the cancel page mysteriously “won’t work”, and there isn’t even a phone number.

  20. chtanxw says:

    There must be something wrong! Now, we always say “global market”. How can they make money just focus on one country???
    One more thing : why they want the review ? To drive more traffic…:mrgreen:

  21. Dave says:

    I have found that the “freebees for completing offers” web sites are generally sloppy and not worth my time. In fact if you figure out how much time you are putting into many of your money-making schemes, you will find that your are working for less than minimum wage. These “freebees for completing offers” web sites are for people who have no Internet expertise — no writing, programming, or marketing skills.

  22. I got a free IPOD from FreePay once, but it took like 6 months for them to send it to me once I got all the offers filled out ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

  23. sitefever says:

    Isn’t the huge advantage of the Internet the ability to do business with people on a much larger scale? I think it’s foolish to limit yourself to only US customers. I’m also not a big fan of flash, so there goes the header on their site.

    1. Click Input says:

      All the incentive offers they have on their site only accept US people. They don’t actually run any of the offers themselves, they get a commission from sending people to them (i.e. us) and give us a part of that commission (hence the free cash).

  24. john choe says:

    i am too getting same error message

  25. I find that you can make some money but it’s not worth the hassle! This is the opposite of passive income, which the internet is known for.

  26. Ha, that funny. Guess they didn’t do to much research before deciding to buy your ReviewMe.

    I’m always skeptical of these types of sites. It’s usually huge amounts of spam, not cash, that awaits.

  27. Colin Dean says:

    *is a freelance writer*

    Hire me!

  28. KingJacob says:

    Nice, another poorly done incentive site thats really just a fancy made for affiliate scheme

    1. …that have wasted $400 that they are never likely to get back from customers gained from this review. A good review from this site is worth it’s weight in gold, why do this people even bother?

  29. Gregg Gordon says:

    While I am too a Canadian just living up the road from John and Michael, I have the advantage of having a remote system in the US. I therefore used it to remote into GPTFreebies site and sign up using my old address from when I attend college in the US.

    The first thing I noticed about the sign-up process that is alluded to but not mentioned in the review is that the signup page includes drop downs to choose your state and country. The country drop down includes every country in the world, despite the fact that signups are restricted to US residents. The state drop down includes all the US states plus the Canadian provinces, another misleading configuration. This is either lazy coding when designing the site, or they are gathering and selling the information of even those that are ineligible.

    Upon signup, a confirmation code is emailed to the recipient. The signup form specifies that the email address given must also be your PayPal address, which largely eliminates throw away email addresses being used; but upon entering the confirmation code I was then presented with a window that requires I enter my phone number to be immediately telephoned in order to confirm the number. This is fairly pointless as they have already taken the step of requiring a valid email address from me if I wish to receive payment. At this point I decided this site was attempting to extract too much personal information and I did not proceed. It was fairly obvious that this site was likely going to sell my information to as many buyers as possible. I would not be surprised if the next step was to send a confirmation letter though the postal service before I could proceed further.

    Howโ€™s that? Do I get an invite to Dot Com Pho? ๐Ÿ˜€

  30. Amy Bass says:

    I make over $1,000 every month in passive income from GPT ‘Get Paid To’. I have never used this that site though, I only stick with two big names that I know and trust.

  31. will says:

    It’s probably a bunch of offers found on azoogle and copeac. Once they complete the offer the owners get the full payout and only give out a small fraction of what’s left over.

  32. Yea this does not look too promising. Maybe a scam, maybe not. But until they do some work they are not going to get very far…

  33. ๐Ÿ˜ฏ I just signed up and filled out a couple things and found $6million dollars had been put in my account from a rich prince in the middle east. ๐Ÿ˜† ๐Ÿ˜† ๐Ÿ˜† Yea right. Still broke!

    1. sitefever says:

      Sounds like you’re being scammed to me. The $6 million is already in the process of being transferred through my bank account. Sorry you missed out on the deal. :mrgreen:

      1. ๐Ÿ˜ก Dang It! I knew this would happen, again.

  34. Woooow, there is some really really bad English on this site. it’s ironic how they only want Americans to sign up!

    1. MrGPT says:

      Most affiliate networks are only looking for US traffic.
      You can learn more information at ๐Ÿ™‚ .

  35. harveen says:

    No doubt its a scam. You would think they would at least use spell check…..hellooooooo…!!!

  36. MyBlogCotest says:

    The best way to get free stuff and money is participating in Blog Contest . Come to to get tons for free stuff and money!

    1. Geedos says:

      Nice plug! ๐Ÿ˜†

  37. david says:

    Sounds kind of suspicious. I don’t think people should sign up just yet so wait till a full review comes into place.

  38. Jorge says:

    Nothing is for free!

    1. Jorge says:

      Only John Chow advices! ๐Ÿ˜†

  39. GA says:

    Whilst I don’t think this is a scam, there are lots of these affiliate schemes around I am very disappointed with the way the review was conducted.

    You should have contacted the person ordering the reviewMe and told them there was a problem.

    I speak as someone who has ordered a John Chow reviewMe for and I can tell you that if you had done that to me I would not be paying the reviewMe company and I would be very angry… As it happens I was very happy with my review ๐Ÿ˜‰

  40. MrGPT says:

    GPTFreebies seems to be a site ran through the popular GPT script called Shiftcode.

    GPT sites like this is my specialty, and what I have built my website around. You can see my GPT help site at :

  41. Hitman says:

    hi all .. the comments were so many that i couldnt read all of them .. i apologize for being so lazy ..
    john is right about the people this kinda website is destinated to .. starving students and working at home moms .. basicly greedy people with plenty of free time (am talking generally here ) ..
    so what i think you guys are missing is that there is a HUUUUUUGE community out there thats obsessed with making easy money online .. and some of them get a bit smarter with time .. so they buy a “get paid to waste your life and make me money” script .. if you look around for similar sites you’ll notice that technically they look the same (well not all of course .. anyone can hire a coder these days .. you get the point ..) .. then they buy a sexy template or get a designer to make it for them (that explains the fancy 2.0 style ) .. and then .. they find any affiliate marketing program that pays per signup for example .. the affiliate who signs up under you must have a valid us zip code .. that why mr. chow here couldnt do it .. (you can google a site like that .. am sure you’ll find plenty .. am too lazy to do it for you as i said earlier )
    there are many other kinds of stupid online money making : paid per click, paid per post, paid to promote, paid to surf, paid by email, etc … they all pay a tiny amount of money for a big amount of your time ..
    finally, i want to answer the question that john wrote in the article’s title : is free money too good to be true ? defenitly not !
    lets look at it from the webmaster’s perspective shall we ? the guy is from germany (as another reader said) .. he spended some of his savings at first .. but now he’s sitting back there and watching money flying to his paypal .. while naive people are making him around $5 a signup .. and taking 20 cents for it ๐Ÿ™‚
    but to someone who wants to make money .. i wont say anything really new .. GET A REAL JOB !!! MONEY DOES NOT GROW ON TREES !

  42. They accept registrations only from a very limited list of countries ๐Ÿ™
    Hope they will remove this restriction soon.

  43. Max says:

    Yep, this actually probably limit a lot of people to the site. Not a great marketing idea for the restrictions…

  44. gptfreebies says:

    Respond From

    Dear All,

    First of all , thank you for all comments. It will help me to improve my website.

    I would like to point out something .

    Did he do a good review ? My answer is : YES but he did not do as I order. When I order review from I order it on category Other. It mean that the guy doing review can do anything he want but please don’t review my Site Design or my Page content. As you can read on blog all review talk a bout my design and my bad content. He even’t can’t do a full review.

    In they have 5 category to select when order what you want to review

    Product : I don’t have any product to sell
    Services; No services here . it free to register
    Site Design ; No My english is bad don’t do it
    Page Content ; No My english is bad don’t do it
    Other ; This is my site here

    I don’t know reviewme pass this info for you or not

    Here is infor from my reviewme account is a get paid to website, and is a money making website where people like college students or work at home mom can earn free cash by complete offers”

    Did I mention him to review my site design and my page content ? NO

    I want him to review my get paid to website. Did he review anything about my Get paid to website ? No , he event can’t register to do a full review.

    Did he know anything about GPT industry? No he is not

    He even mention my site as a Free Ipod or Free Xbox site type, But my site is not It work complete different.

    Here is what he wrote

    “Any American readers want to sign up and report their findings in the comments? If itโ€™s worthwhile, John might put up a follow-up postโ€ฆ maybe even with some backlink love to the first few people to give โ€œmini-reviewsโ€ in the comments.”

    He even can’t do his job . He told everybody doing review for him.

    Did I hire him to do a review ? Yes

    Everybody told my site is SCAM. Did I scam you even 1 cent ? My domain register with with private registration. and they are base on Germany.

    Why I need too much strict to register on my site. If you work with many many GPT site like my site . you will know what happen with Incentive Industry right now , too much FRAUD from another country is a problems.

    Michael If you can’t register on my site and do a review , you should contact me discuss about problems. I have contact page at . Don’t just do it for money.

    Everybody please give me advice. What are you will do,if you order something and receive other things not what you want to order?

    I did complaint with reviewme and want my money back but it seem the company doesn’t want to protect their advertiser. They just want my money. that all.

    Sorry For my Bad English.

    Waiting for your respond, John

    1. Word Hugger says:

      Maybe you could start with differenciating how your site is not like the thousands of other email spam/incentive sites out there, and you say that he doesn’t know anything about the GPT industry, maybe somewhere on your site or post you could explain what that is, as most of us do not magically know everything. I am sorry if this is coming out harsh, but I just wanted to give you some constructive critism. I hope you can use it to make your site a lot better.

    2. Geedos says:

      Interesting to get your feedback and comments on the whole review process here.

      I’ll be interested to see if you get any joy from John – he is an evil money making machine after all so I’d be surprised if he offered you any cash back but I think on balance you may have half a case.

      What this does highlight is that $400 is a lot for a review and I think people being reviewed deserve a proper in depth investigation of their business and site which means full contact before the review is done.

      However I don’t see a problem in touching on the quality of your site design and language because that is directly relevant to the customer experience and should be reviewed.

    3. Hitman says:

      hi gptfreebies admin, how r u doing ?
      u need some advice ? here you go :
      – get a freelance writer to make your content more readable (you can email me to do it for you 47hitman47[at]gmail[dot]com ) .. people can leave your website just because the language is poor.
      – dont bother about people who dont know even what they’re talking about .. the system of the GPT industry is unfortunatly not known for everyone .. am sure that you know what yr doing and making enough money through it .. so pay no mind to spoilers ..
      – am sure your site has a pretty design and nice code .. that gives it a lot of strength .. keep it that way !
      – before spending $400 on a review .. you should’ve considered the country issue .. i know u cant allow people from outside the US to register to avoid fraud and because your sponsors wont agree on it .. so at least give john chow a demo username and password so he can checkout all the website features .. ask him if he can resume the review now if you provide him that and without any extra charges ..
      well thats all i can think of right now .. thanks a lot for interacting with us .. good luck with your web project ! see ya !

  45. Hip Hop says:

    Urggh I hate that “This offer is not available in your country” message..

    1. Geedos says:

      It’s especially bad on the internet which is such a global medium and meant to usurp country borders and boundaries. The glory of the web is that you can supposedly reach out to everyone – I wish everyone who uses it would embrace that concept.

  46. Well, I am thinking to submit my new project here for review but first I have to mak it perfect so I get only positive feedback…

    1. Geedos says:

      You’re a brave man! Good luck if you decide to go for it and take the plunge.

  47. gptfreebies says:


    Everybody thing I make big money with this site . My answer is NO.
    After audit everything this month include all expense I profit only $300 for working a whole month. This is not a big money. For me , spending $400 to get a review not what I order it my Big loss on expense.

    I expect to get my money back .

  48. Money is nothing when you have it. It’s hard to come by when your looking for it. Do what you love and it’ll always be around.


    1. Geedos says:

      That’s an interesting philosophy you’ve got there and an even more interesting web address!

  49. gptfreebies says:

    sorry for typing mistake it should be

    By they way I would like to get my money back. How about your idea?

  50. “GPTFreebies will only work with people who reside in the United States”

    Sucks. The internet is global – get with the program people!!

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