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Get a Free Digital Camera from Prizecube(or a game console or a pvp)



 
 
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Old November 2nd 04, 04:54 PM
MixMasta
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Default Get a Free Digital Camera from Prizecube(or a game console or a pvp)

Hello,

I'm sure a lot of you have heard of the whole Free iPods ordeal. Well,
there is another site similar to that one called www.prizecube.com.
Currently, they offer three different referral programs, one for a
free game console (Xbox, PS2, or Gamecube,) one for a free PVP
(personal video player,) and one for a free digital camera.

The game console is easiest to do, it only takes three referrals. Just
sign up he

http://consoles.prizecube.com/?ref=381

Then complete an offer. They currently have: Real Arcade, Forbes
Magazine, NY Times, USA Today, Juno Internet, Keep Media, and Net
Zero.

Real Arcade is easy to do, and it's a cool service. It is also easy to
cancel if you are only interested in recieving credit. The USA Today,
Forbes, and NY Times are also very good offers because you can get
something useful and at the same time be one step closer to getting a
free Xbox or other console.

The PVP one takes eight referrals. Just sign up he

http://pvp.prizecube.com/?ref=94

The same offers as above are offered for the PVP program.

The cool thing about both sites, if you don't want a PVP, or a game
console, you can get a Web Certificate (basically an online gift card)
for the same value as the product, i.e. a console would be about $160
and a PVP anywhere from $400 to $600 dollars.

Prizecube also offers a third site, which I have yet to join, but it
can be found he

http://cameras.prizecube.com/

This works the same as the others, and only requires four referrals.

Think this is a scam??

http://www.gearlive.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2529

http://forum.freeipodguide.com/viewf...03e7097 f47ff

So go and sign up now!! Free stuff is for real, and Prizecube is still
fresh so sign up now while you can get a ton of referrals easily!

Thanks for the time!
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Old November 3rd 04, 12:42 AM
Aerticus
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Oooh manna from heaven?

Probably not

Aerticus

"MixMasta" wrote in message
m...
Hello,

I'm sure a lot of you have heard of the whole Free iPods ordeal. Well,
there is another site similar to that one called www.prizecube.com.
Currently, they offer three different referral programs, one for a
free game console (Xbox, PS2, or Gamecube,) one for a free PVP
(personal video player,) and one for a free digital camera.

The game console is easiest to do, it only takes three referrals. Just
sign up he

http://consoles.prizecube.com/?ref=381

Then complete an offer. They currently have: Real Arcade, Forbes
Magazine, NY Times, USA Today, Juno Internet, Keep Media, and Net
Zero.

Real Arcade is easy to do, and it's a cool service. It is also easy to
cancel if you are only interested in recieving credit. The USA Today,
Forbes, and NY Times are also very good offers because you can get
something useful and at the same time be one step closer to getting a
free Xbox or other console.

The PVP one takes eight referrals. Just sign up he

http://pvp.prizecube.com/?ref=94

The same offers as above are offered for the PVP program.

The cool thing about both sites, if you don't want a PVP, or a game
console, you can get a Web Certificate (basically an online gift card)
for the same value as the product, i.e. a console would be about $160
and a PVP anywhere from $400 to $600 dollars.

Prizecube also offers a third site, which I have yet to join, but it
can be found he

http://cameras.prizecube.com/

This works the same as the others, and only requires four referrals.

Think this is a scam??

http://www.gearlive.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2529

http://forum.freeipodguide.com/viewf...03e7097 f47ff

So go and sign up now!! Free stuff is for real, and Prizecube is still
fresh so sign up now while you can get a ton of referrals easily!

Thanks for the time!



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Old November 3rd 04, 12:42 AM
Aerticus
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Posts: n/a
Default

Oooh manna from heaven?

Probably not

Aerticus

"MixMasta" wrote in message
m...
Hello,

I'm sure a lot of you have heard of the whole Free iPods ordeal. Well,
there is another site similar to that one called www.prizecube.com.
Currently, they offer three different referral programs, one for a
free game console (Xbox, PS2, or Gamecube,) one for a free PVP
(personal video player,) and one for a free digital camera.

The game console is easiest to do, it only takes three referrals. Just
sign up he

http://consoles.prizecube.com/?ref=381

Then complete an offer. They currently have: Real Arcade, Forbes
Magazine, NY Times, USA Today, Juno Internet, Keep Media, and Net
Zero.

Real Arcade is easy to do, and it's a cool service. It is also easy to
cancel if you are only interested in recieving credit. The USA Today,
Forbes, and NY Times are also very good offers because you can get
something useful and at the same time be one step closer to getting a
free Xbox or other console.

The PVP one takes eight referrals. Just sign up he

http://pvp.prizecube.com/?ref=94

The same offers as above are offered for the PVP program.

The cool thing about both sites, if you don't want a PVP, or a game
console, you can get a Web Certificate (basically an online gift card)
for the same value as the product, i.e. a console would be about $160
and a PVP anywhere from $400 to $600 dollars.

Prizecube also offers a third site, which I have yet to join, but it
can be found he

http://cameras.prizecube.com/

This works the same as the others, and only requires four referrals.

Think this is a scam??

http://www.gearlive.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2529

http://forum.freeipodguide.com/viewf...03e7097 f47ff

So go and sign up now!! Free stuff is for real, and Prizecube is still
fresh so sign up now while you can get a ton of referrals easily!

Thanks for the time!



 




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