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Greetings! My name is Sam J and I am a student at Harvard University. Perhaps this blog will present a little look into the mundane yet unique events that make up my life.
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:: Saturday, September 25, 2004 ::

Hi everyone!

I want to be a cool brother, and I'd like to get my sister an iPod MP3 player for this holiday season. She's really wanted one for a long time, but they are so expensive! Can you help me out? You can get your very own free iPod, too!

There's a website called FreeiPods.com that is giving away free iPods provided that participants complete one of their offers and then refer five new participants to the program.

Now, I was skeptical about this program, but a number of respected news sources, including Wired Magazine (this article is helpful: "Making Free iPods Pay Off") and CNN, have written about this program. There are also a lot of people who have reported actually receiving their free iPod.

All you have to do is sign up for your free iPod through this referral link. Make sure it says "Referred by dl2000j@yahoo.com" when you sign in. Then, through the site, complete one of the offers (many of which are just free trials with legitimate companies like AOL, eBay, or Blockbuster Videos that you can cancel before the trial period is up).

The company offering the free iPods will not ask for your credit card number, so it's not a scam. Many of the trial offers are also free, so you don't risk anything there; just cancel the offer before your free trial is up. Once you complete one of the offers, you just have to recruit five people to complete offers to get your very own free iPod.

Help me out, and get your very own free iPod in the process! There's nothing to lose and a free iPod to gain!

E-mail me at dl3000j at yahoo.com if you have any questions. Thank you for your help!

:: SL 9:25 PM [+] ::

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