"free" webmail site: the typical fine print reads that they "own"
(have all rights to) everything that you post and passes their portals.
Does that mean they can sell your e-mail address? (Actually it is
theirs, you are just using it for a while!) REMEMBER: There
ain't no free lunch.
there such a thing as legal usery? If they were a bank, would they
be in jail?
nice business is going to help you with free automatic upgrades
[did you know that you AGREED
to give them access to your computer every time you login - what
will they do with the information they gather - I call it automatic
profiling - the new success oriented business training programs
usually include a session called "Profiling for Profit."]
submitting a movie ticket order you are presented with an automatic
pop-up window AWARDING you a "FREE" $10.00 discount on
your next regular order [which, they tell you
in a little pop-up window on the side in teeny, tiny
print, will cost you $7.00 for handling
& processing of the "FREE" discount - this
is a painless instant charge that simply will
be appended to your current order (which probably would not
be noticed - it being burried in an
online billing statement
itemized listing of my eight tickets plus sales taxes)]. BOTTOM
LINE: I will save $3.00 on my next "regular"
eight ticket order and they will have had my $7.00 starting NOW!
a FREElaptop ( or other enticing
"freebee"*) by participating in a "product testing
program (or equivalent)". Oh, by the way, if
you read the participation requirements you may have noticed that:
(i) there are rigid manadory schedule requirements,
(ii) you pay for shipping, processing, et cetera, & handling
(iii) the requirements are akin to climbing Mt. Everest, and
(iv) you agree they may change the Terms and Conditions and can
drop you for any reason at any time.
*"freebees" recently seen in spam-mail include $250.00
Wal-Mart and/or Home Depot gift cards; also a $2,000.00 Crate-n-Barrel
shopping spree. Tiny footnote disclaimers in the email disavow any
association or affiliation with the actual store (appears to be
legal in that they buy a real gift card and actually give it to
you after you have "climbed Mt. Everest" and paid out
several hunred dollars to "participate").
please come back to see what we're up to. By the way, you did
read our terms BEFORE you read anything at dotdoo.com, right?
information please contact the dotcom.do folks.