Freebie Info - NOT a Stupid Scam! Read and see Proof

You CAN get legitimate freebies! This is NOT a joke and NEITHER is it a scam! It HAS been proven several times by major news networks, magazines, and online sites - even CNN, BBC, NBC, Fox 4 News, and more. Look below to read how freebie sites work, see the proof, and learn how you can get your Free PS3, Free XBox 360, Free Wii, Free iPhone, Free iPod Touch, and a whole lot more...without being scammed!

Freebie Proof - Just some of the tens of thousands

There are THOUSANDS, perhaps TENS of thousands, of proof available both online and offline that it is perfectly legitimate and legal to get expensive freebies like the ones mentioned on this network of freebie blogs! They exist in mediums such as in proof images sent by the people who got their freebie, featured videos of major news networks, newspapers, magazines, and other online sites and blogs... some of which I'll prove to you below.

The actual freebie such as a free iPod Video/Nano/Shuffle, PSP, XBox 360, Computers, Cash, Games, Cameras, Camcorders, Flatscreen LCD Monitors, TVs, etc. are just some of the popular freebies that thousands have received from these freebie companies - all worth well over at least $20 million to date (Jan 2006)! One company alone, called Gratis Internet/FreePay chipped in $16 million of freebies alone in it's awesome network of sites. Another company called Offer Centric has given away over $1.6 million.

Want Transcendent Innovations Proof?

Yet another network known as Transcendent Innovations ("Trainn", for short), who is currently the #1 company, have given over $7,500,000 in freebies (uptil June 2009)! Their past records were:

Oct 2005: Till today, Transcendent Innovations has given away over $100,000 in free gifts!

Jun 2007: Till today, Transcendent Innovations has given away over $2.5 MILLION in free gifts!

Oct 2007: Till today, Transcendent Innovations has given away over $2.95 MILLION in free gifts!

Nov 2007: Till today, Transcendent Innovations has given away over $3.20 MILLION in free gifts!

Feb 2008: Till today, Transcendent Innovations has given away over $4.15 MILLION in free gifts!

May 2008: Till today, Transcendent Innovations has given away over $5.5 MILLION in free gifts!

Sep 2008: Till today, Transcendent Innovations has given away over $6 MILLION in free gifts!

Feb 2009: Till today, Transcendent Innovations has given away over $7.5 MILLION in free gifts!

Check out THAT growth! And people call this a scam.... CRAZY! Just CRAZY!!!

As you can see this freebie world is growing extremely fast, so NOW is the perfect time to act and get free stuff before many others, like your friends and family, find out about this!

And they're not stopping there! Many new companies are arising, and the proven legit companies will continue to grow as they generate interest among people like me and you in giving freebies away! What are YOU waiting for? NOW is the time to get started! Look at the "Hot freebies" list above, and get on it!

Take a look at just some of the proof found online. If you "Google", you'll be sure to find many more...


CNN "Hot Wired" Headlines: Legit freebies are so easy!

BBC "NewsNight": Documents how old this system is and why it is legit.

NBC (Channel 7): Reports on how two Berkley students were doing the "free ipods" sites with huge success. Look how easy it all was!

G4 TechTV (Part 1): The hosts of this show actually participated in this "free ipods" system and got their freebies. They were huge skeptics too, but it worked out for them!

G4 TechTV (Part 2): Not long after the previous episode, more info unfolds of how legit freebies and easy can be. Also, learn how many iPods were shipped out!!!

Labels: , , , , , ,


At Tuesday, February 07, 2006 1:52:00 PM, Anonymous Alex said...

Hey Mark,

do you know if works for real? Are there any proofs? If so, where can I see it?

At Tuesday, February 07, 2006 7:20:00 PM, Blogger Free PS3/Wii said...

Hey Alex,

That site also works but that is only for Canadians, it requires 12 referrals, and you have a choice of only 4 offers (2 of them are easy ones). On this blog I mentioned another freebie site where you only require 10 referrals and the offers are MUCH easier and you got plenty of choices for doing it.

If you still want to join the site, look above. I have the link on the right, and if you signup I would surely appreciate it! :) There is not much proof about this network (called "Go Green"), but it is quite legit and professional. The only reason why people don't really attempt this network's sites is because all of it's freebies require a LOT of referrals, whereas other sites usually require 2-5 referrals less.

Like I said, since there isn't much proof on this network, I just found 2 while browsing around places:

Let me know if you have any more questions :)

At Thursday, November 16, 2006 7:25:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I checked

Why does the box show it was shipped from

At Thursday, November 16, 2006 7:55:00 PM, Blogger Free PS3/Wii said...

Anonymous, it's shipped from eCost because the freebie companies buy it from such places. Amazon and Best Buy are other places they buy gifts from for their members.

They pay for it, you keep it - shipping included! :)

At Saturday, December 02, 2006 5:08:00 PM, Anonymous Jordan said...

Hey Mark, I checked out your blogger that showed me how to get a PS3 for free and I was wondering if you had some proof that showed that this won't be a scam of some sort. I'd really appreciate it.

At Saturday, December 02, 2006 9:34:00 PM, Blogger Free PS3/Wii said...

Jordan, look to the right of the ps3 site for some proof. More will be mentioned there soon as more proof pictures of ppl receiving their ps3s will surface the net. :)

Of all the rest, the network mentioned right now is THE BEST as they actually have resources to ship it out asap!!!

At Tuesday, February 27, 2007 8:22:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

ok so i logged on this site but how to start the free trials ?

At Tuesday, February 27, 2007 3:21:00 PM, Blogger Free PS3/Wii said...

Anonymous: After you login, you will see an "offers" tab near the top. Click on it and you'll see a bunch of offers/trials. Pick one that interests you. For a selection of the best offers out there right now in terms of crediting, cheap, good support check out the info in step 2 on this site:

At Thursday, May 03, 2007 9:18:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

do you know a site with some offers i don't need a credit card for... like 100% totally free, no s/h charges, etc

At Thursday, May 03, 2007 10:52:00 PM, Blogger free ps3 / free wii said...

Anonymous, yes, there is. Check out the no credit card site

At Friday, July 06, 2007 7:41:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This all sounds way to good to be real..... Hopefully it is real.

I am 15 years old, I live in US.
My parents won't fill out credit card information because they think it's a scam, so is there a site that doesn't need a credit card at all, and will allow a 15 year old to sign up? I don't want to make more than 15 referrals either.


At Saturday, July 07, 2007 1:32:00 AM, Blogger free ps3 / free wii said...

Anonymous, check out the linked to a non-credit card site I posted to the right - this one. All the offers on those sites never need a cc, and there are some that are simply surveys.

Check each site's "Terms of Service" (which is usually at the bottom of the site) to see if it has an age requirement. If it doesn't say so, then that means they accept everyone. Good luck!

At Thursday, August 30, 2007 5:33:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Mark,
what is with the offers???
I'm really poor and don't like the sound of credit cards over the internet. and whats with this paypal account?

At Thursday, August 30, 2007 5:40:00 PM, Blogger free ps3 / free iphone said...

Anonymous, by doing an advertiser's offer, the freebie company makes enough money to buy a gift, like a free iPhone, for you. The offers are extremely simple too, such as downloading a program and installing it or signing up to a website.

If you don't want to do credit card offers, there is an alternative no credit card freebies site for you.

Like I said in the above post, you only need a paypal account if you wish to receive money via paypal... NOT if you want to get a gift like a free ps3.

At Sunday, September 30, 2007 5:09:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Could you please show more proof??
Out of all the videos shown, most were from websites with names liek, ect. Also, the big name news articles didn't work, with the execption of one written by Wired, which said at the end that there is no big name company that says these people will deliver a Free gift.
The pictures are easy to Photoshop, so I only trust videos and articles.
Finally, some neighbors tried something like this and ended up getting a fake, cardboard PS3.
A video/article by a major news network or a section in your blog which shows a way to sue the people who send you fake PS3s would be appreciated.

At Monday, October 01, 2007 11:59:00 PM, Blogger free iphone / free ps3 said...


- Many, if not all, news site articles/video I've seen talk about that company b/c it was them who started this freebie craze with those "click here to get a free ipod" ads consumed all over the net. You will probably see those at MySpace even now. They grew at an extremely fast pace and at one time was ranked the #18 fastest growing company. I think that revenues for a year was about 20 million and they had only 12 employees.

They're still in business now, but among many freebie enthusiasts, like myself, they're not ranked as highly due to their new policies (such as your accounts expiring in 90 days). People have moved on to much better freebie sites these days, like the ones mentioned here.

Unfortunately, news sites don't like to repeat themselves when every new freebie site comes out, so there is not much publicity with these sites (other than the viral promotion their members give them by showcasing the gifts they received from them all over the new -- where all the proof pics comes from btw).

- You know the news....they are either biased one way or look at the extremes of either side. You just have to really evaluate for yourself by doing some Googling around and read up on it. Like this site, they're other sites out there too that is trying to explain why it is legit and how the system works for everyones benefit.

It might be a hard sell as many people have come across stuff like this, but they probably didn't research that site well enough to know if it's a scam or not. The sites linked to from here are legit, and if you go to the sites you will usually see proof pics from members.

- Pics are easy to photoshop, I know! But c'mon!!! Can you really expect thousands of photoshop'd pics all over the net? The ones on this site are just a sample of all the proof out there.

- A fake, cardboard PS3?!? roflmao. They probably became victim to some kind of scam (kinda reminds me of Nigerian scammers on ebay). Like anyone who doesn't research something out well, they will not know the right sites to participate in and get scammed.

To all the sites I linked to I personally have gotten stuff from them, so I know for sure they're true to their word - they will give you the gift you rightfully deserve. If you don't believe me, visit some of these sites or Google their name in. You'll find more proof.

- News sites that will tell you how to sue freebie sites? Another good chuckle :D...

In all these years since started (I think they started around's been a LONG time I know!), there as never, ever been a law suit! Again, your neighbors probably got scammed by a scammer who setup a fake site just to take advantage of people's real belief in legit freebie sites.

If you need to talk to me personally about this stuff, please leave me an email so I can talk to you about it (mention it in a comment, but I won't publish it). I really want to ease your fears about this kind of stuff and show you what incorrect misconceptions you might have. Good day!

At Thursday, October 04, 2007 9:28:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i wonder if any referials on any freebie sites are free? if there are please tell me i only have a xbox and i really want a 360 because i fought the crowds to get halo 3 on 25th of sept.

At Friday, October 05, 2007 4:31:00 PM, Blogger free iphone / free ps3 said...

Anonymous, that question doesn't quite make sense. When you signup at a freebie site (like the ones mentioned to the right of this site), you're given a unique referral link.

When you want to refer people, simply give them your link to signup at the freebie site (it's free to signup!), and participate in a simple offer.

At Thursday, October 18, 2007 8:58:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi, when you put your home address, do they send advertisements to it? or is it ONLY for the freebie? and what step exactly do your refferals have get up to for them to work?

At Thursday, October 18, 2007 10:14:00 PM, Blogger free iphone / free ps3 said...

Anonymous, when you enter your address it is only to know where to ship your gift too and to know it's a real place. If you enter something like "123 Fake Street", it's obviously fraudulent info.

For a referral to count, they must:

a/ signup using your referral link
b/ complete and get credit for a simple offer

Your referrals DO NOT have to get their own referrals, unless they wish to get their own free gift.

At Tuesday, October 23, 2007 7:56:00 AM, Blogger Karus said...

I just wanted to ask ...
I'm 15 years old and i live in Latvia (Europe),
and how can i get PSP for free if don't have a creditcard. Also when i try to make a offer , it says "This offer is not available in your area.".
So is there some offers for Europe ? >.>

At Tuesday, October 23, 2007 11:11:00 AM, Blogger free iphone / free ps3 said...

Karus, unfortunately you can't, I'm sorry. The offers give that error because most of the advertiser's request for US customers (and some Canada/UK ones). As for the age, they require to be at least 18 as it's that age where people are allowed to have their own credit cards.

At Saturday, November 03, 2007 12:35:00 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Mark,

i live in canada, and i'm under 18. is there a site where i can get a free wii and don't need a credit card. thanks.

At Saturday, November 03, 2007 5:58:00 PM, Blogger free iphone / free ps3 said...

Anonymous, there is a no credit card freebie site but I don't think they have enough offers for Canadians to do. You could check it out if you like though.

I would suggest regular sites though as it's much easier than you think. Perhaps ask an adult to help you out after you explain this stuff to them (show this site?). Good luck!

At Tuesday, November 13, 2007 5:26:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

On what Email can I contact you

At Tuesday, November 13, 2007 5:57:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Anonymous, leave a comment with your email address. I won't post that email here but I'll get in touch with you through that.

At Wednesday, November 14, 2007 7:10:00 AM, Blogger Johnoh said...

Hey thanks for your gigantic blog. It finally cleared up the issues in whether freebies are really freebies. lol. anyway. I'm 13, live in Australia Queensland and i'm just wondering what website should i use as most of them are only for 18+. Please refer me to some legit websites as i really want a PSP and/or a Nintendo DS.

At Thursday, November 15, 2007 1:18:00 AM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Johnoh, thanks for your comment. In your situation, unfortunately, it is very difficult, if not impossible. The 2 most important factors is the age and the residence being either in the US, Canada, or the UK for these sites. The advertisers only want members from these countries and who are of an adult age, so I'm sorry but you cannot do these sites.

At Friday, December 14, 2007 10:18:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...
What they did at that link is fake,they proberly used photo shop or somthing coz i type the source link in the top left and here it is:
This is a scam. And if it was the BBC(A brittish company) why would they be using american spelling for words?!

At Saturday, December 15, 2007 1:04:00 AM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Anonymous, roflmao, that was a screen shot from the ACTUAL article, which has now been taken down by BBC, like every other ancient article on their site. That's why when you entered the actual url, you got a "page no found" error. If you want to BELIEVE, watch this video and match the first couple of seconds from the video with the text in the article, from the part that Tom Carver says "want a free ipod?" Better? Believe it? Or are you gonna say that video is photoshoped too? roflmao. BELIEVE!!!

At Tuesday, January 01, 2008 12:54:00 AM, Anonymous Brythedude said...

HEy, do your friends have to go through the whole process and complete the offers too before you get your gift?

At Tuesday, January 01, 2008 4:46:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Brythedude, for your referrals to count, they need to:

1. Sign up to the site using your referral link
2. Complete and get credit for some easy offer

That's it! For most people, this process is completed in under 15 minutes.

They DO NOT need to get their own referrals though (unless they want a free gift of their own).

At Sunday, January 27, 2008 12:31:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's illegal.. did you know?

At Sunday, January 27, 2008 3:21:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Anonymous, what is? This freebie system is NOT a pyramid scheme. It's been legit and running for many years now.

At Sunday, February 10, 2008 10:36:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is there any way to sign up for these things from a college dorm?

At Sunday, February 10, 2008 10:49:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Anonymous, if your college gives private IPs to dorm rooms, then yes, you can sign up. If not, try from some residential address?

To check your IP, visit a site like this, and then check if from your neighbours. If it is different, you're good to sign up.

At Sunday, February 24, 2008 11:28:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you have a no credit car offer for the iPhone that ships to Puerto Rico, because I don't have one and even if I had one i'm not completely believing in this stuff. So please answer.

At Monday, February 25, 2008 12:46:00 AM, Blogger LEGIT freebies dude! said...

Anonymous, there are non-cc sites but none of them will ship an iPhone to your location, especially since I don't think it's available over there. It's ok if you don't want to believe this stuff.

This site was created to show people this stuff is legit. It explain why it is legit and shows lots of proof. If you still don't want to believe it, your loss.

At Sunday, June 22, 2008 11:56:00 AM, Blogger ultimatedood said...

please answer!!!

WILL THEY SEND ME STUFF IN THE MAIL? (ex: a magazine, flower seeds, magazines, insurince stuff, etc)

Will they sell my info to other sites?!?!? Especially my PHONE NUMBER?

Im getting calls for health insurance....

At Sunday, June 22, 2008 12:44:00 PM, Blogger LEGIT Freebies Dude! said...

ultimatedood, I've been doing this stuff for nearly 3yrs now. I've yet to notice any junk spam like that other than the standard junk mail everyone gets.

Freebie sites don't deal with junk mail/phone calls. They don't even take your phone number down so there is NO WAY to call you. You probably get the regular telemarketing calls that EVERYONE gets -- it's normal.

At Monday, July 28, 2008 6:36:00 PM, Anonymous WantsAfreeiPhone said...

I have completed the required offer and have so far 1 ref, but I am having quite a time getting more referrals, any suggestions as to how to get some fast easy refs?

At Monday, July 28, 2008 8:24:00 PM, Blogger I get Legit Freebies! said...

WantsAfreeiPhone, visit the free iphone site and read step 3. The best way is your family/friends.

If they don't believe freebie sites, show them this site and make sure they read it from start to end, check out the proof pictures, and the proof videos. If they got any questions before they get started, ask them to contact me and I'll answer it for them. Good luck!

At Thursday, October 09, 2008 4:55:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

uh how do we know this is real. and instead of putting a home address could we put a P.O box

At Thursday, October 09, 2008 8:55:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, read the site you're on right now. It explains how it works. Does it make sense to you?

Also check out the news reports and proof pictures. Go to the "Hot Freebies" sites on the right, and check out more proof pictures. It will make sense as it's proven legit. Just please take the time to read and understand. If you have any questions, post a comment and I'll answer it. If you want to speak directly via email, post a comment and leave an email so I'll message you directly there instead of posting it here.

As for you other question, addresses are asked because gifts are delivered there and it is also used to verify the 1 person per household rule.

At Monday, February 16, 2009 5:46:00 PM, Anonymous Jesval said...

Hello, I have known for some time that many of these freebie sites were legit. I was just under the impression that all the work you have to to get the free item wasn't worth it. I do believe with the use of the straightforward guidance that your site gives, though, that this may not be the case. I do have one question however:

My internet connection is through a cellular network by tethering my Blackberry to my laptop. Would this cause any problems with the way the sites track me and my referals (especially since some of my referals will use the same type of connection)?

At Monday, February 16, 2009 7:31:00 PM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Jesval, first of all, thanks for the comments. I try to let people know the facts in the simplest form so they understand how it works and can then prove it to themselves that it works when they try it out! I'm glad you found this to be the case.

As for your question, I think that could be a problem as the IP served to you (and your referrals, if they also have internet connections like it) are not unique. Meaning, every time you login it will register as something completing different.

What I would strongly suggest is that you sign up to the freebie site I linked to in step 1 (please use my link...thanks) and contact customer support RIGHT AWAY to be sure. They take about 3-4 business days to respond, so please have patience.

Let me know how it goes. If it doesn't work for that site, I'll try to find one for you that does accept your case. :)

At Sunday, March 08, 2009 1:10:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mark get on aim more we need to make a deal @_@....

At Monday, March 09, 2009 12:24:00 AM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, I'm usually always on :)

At Thursday, August 30, 2012 6:48:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alright, this CAN'T be true... I mean, I'm 14 and I just don't understand it... How do I earn the money? What is the catch to earning it? Do I have to buy/rent things that cost me money from other sites/places? One more big question... Do I have to pay ANYTHING??? I'm broke and I can't afford to spend money... That is the whole reason I'm on here is to earn money for me and to buy One Direction tickets for my (hopefully) future girlfriend..... Please help! Thanks in advance! :)

At Friday, August 31, 2012 9:39:00 AM, Blogger Legit Freebies Guy said...

Anonymous, you can make money online using the info on this website. However, you nedd to be 18+. So ask someone older to read this site and get you free money or gifts.


Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home