Q. Are sites like freebiejeebies and kudos network legitimate?
A. This is the first question asked and therefore the most important one. The answer is a resounding YES. They are affiliated with many large international companies that would in no way want to be associated with an organisation that was responsible for conning people. If HSBC thought that freebiejeebies was in anyway deceptive they would have their name pulled from the site immediately. Check out the proof section to see more.
Q. Can I just complete all the referrals myself?
A. This is a big NO. Whatever you do make sure you DO NOT sign up for more than one account per site. If you do, then you will be banned and any legitimate referrals you get will be cancelled. You can only have one account per IP address and house address.
Q. Why are the gifts free?
A. This is because freebiejeebies are helping the advertisers get customers. In doing so they are paid a finders fee. To get people to do this they offer incentives such as free iPhones, fre iMacs etc. Everyone wins.
Q. I have to provide personal details - is this safe?
Q. How long will my items take to arrive?
A. This depends on how quickly you can get referrals to sign up to the advertisers offers. Some of the companies pay freebieejeebies their finders fee quickly, such as Coral betting, which means you get the referral credit quicker. Once you've got all your required referrals freebiejeebies uses Royal Mail to send your gift.
Q. Which countries does this apply to?
Q. Quite a few. Current supported countries are Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nigeria, Norway, Pakistan, Phillipines, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, UK and the USA. If your country doesn't appear in the list, please select "other" when signing up.