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  1. #1 free travel sewing kit! (US only) 
    Could be a nice gift...or something



    | HallmansTailor.Com - Custom Tailor & Textile
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    503 error when I try to submit the form

    Edited to add: "Your information has been submitted. Your free sewing kit will arrive in 4-6 weeks."

    Hope it's not a scam
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    U cant take on a plane...it has a needle...eeekkk!!
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    Got one!! It said: Your information has been submitted. Your free sewing kit will arrive in 4-6 weeks.
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  5. #5  
    This is 100% Fake.
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  6. #6  
    Quote Originally Posted by cashd00d View Post
    This is 100% Fake.


    Can you further explain your reasoning?
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  7. #7  
    Quote Originally Posted by RealSugar View Post


    Can you further explain your reasoning?
    I know my stuff.
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  8. #8  
    Quote Originally Posted by cashd00d View Post
    I know my stuff.
    He's right, it's the same template as other fake give-aways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cashd00d View Post
    I know my stuff.
    To elaborate, and for future reference, here's how to tell if an offer is fake.

    1. Nobody has ever heard of the "company" before.
    2. The "company" doesn't exist.
    3. Fake Whois information.
    4. Fake address/phone number.
    5. Stock photos on a crappy website template.
    6. The same form every info harvester site uses.
    7. The photo of the "freebie" is a stock photo from some promotional products site, with the fake company applied to it in Paint.
    8. The site offers no real products/services/shop.
    9. Every search result for the company name is a link to the "freebie".
    10. The site was just recently registered.

    And there are more, but you get the idea. I expect that I will never see a fake "freebie" posted on CN again.
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  10. #10  
    Thanks! Will wait for people's opinions on the fakeness of an offer before diving into a freebie pool in the future.

    Just from curiosity. What do you figure these fake sites do with the info they gather?
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