It seems referral swapping is the way to go… but you end up signed up for a bunch more sites

I signed up for RefStop, where you create a list of the current ‘free offer’ sites that you have accounts with and then you are matched up with folks who can do a referral for you in return for you doing one for them… and it works pretty good, I now have 5 out of the 8 I need for the Free Flat Screen offer, and 7 out of the 10 I need for the Mac Mini site (from which I actually have selected the $450 paypal offer, not the mini mac itself … this is a nice feature of any of the sites run by OfferCentric, they all have a Pay Pal option instead of the standard items). In the process though, I ended up signing up for a ton of trial offers (full list of the sites I have accounts with is here). Columbia House, BMG music, even AOL :)

Some of the trial offers have been completely worth it though, I signed up for Audible.com and burned the 3-CDs worth of audio for “Getting Things Done” and listening to that type of book is certainly is a nice way to spend the drive into work…

It seems referral swapping is the way to go… but you end up signed up for a bunch more sites

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  1. Hi,

    Just poking around and I would like to say that I’m glad you’re enjoying RefStop. It’s good to know that the time I put into it is making others happy. Good luck finishing your free sites.

    — Regards,
    Jordan Feldstein
    RefStop.com Founder.

    Jordan Feldstein February 26, 2005 at 8:30 pm #

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