Tired of getting bills in the mail every week and paying for stuff around the house? As long as you are set up to receive a wave of spam emails with a dummy email account, you can get free stuff in the mail by following these simple steps.
Search online for samples. Some websites to use to get free stuff include StartSampling and Shop4Freebies.com. These sites, and many others, are clearinghouses for free promotional goods.
Click on the links on sites like Shop4Freebies.com and be sure to check out the forums on StartSampling. Once the link is clicked, a form will appear from a third-party website. Most often, the third party website is the company offering free stuff as samples. For example, FiberOne might offer free cereal samples. Be wary of sites that ask for email address and nothing else on the first page. These are usually scams.
Fill out the form for free stuff with your name, address, email address, and sometimes a phone number. In order to avoid spam mail in your regular email inbox, consider signing up for a different email address to use for sample sites. Also consider whether you want to take the chance of putting your home phone number on the form because you may receive telemarketing calls. Plenty of free stuff does not require a phone number when filling out the forms -- check to see if it is required.
Repeat this process and watch the free stuff start rolling in! Consider using a free "auto-fill" program on the computer to quicken the process of finding free stuff.
Set up a free gmail or Yahoo! account to use for free stuff applications. Make sure it's an account you don't need to use for personal business, as it will rapidly fill with spam.
Things You'll Need
Spam email address