We've compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions. If you have a question that isn't listed then please contact us and we will add it to the list - after we've answered you of course.
Yes it did, but unfortunately the advertisers have decided that it's not cost effective for them to provide that incentive anymore. They are still an affiliate advertiser, it's just that they only offer paid deals. Check out the blog for an update on what they're offering.
Whilst no amount of words can really help we can assure you that it isn't. Let's take another example - Sky TV. Sky will pay you a commission if you get a friend to subscribe to their services. They will give you a £50 Marks and Spencer voucher as soon as that friend takes up one of their packages. This is the affiliate marketing model. Without needing to advertise Sky have another customer paying in total what will be a lot more then £50. And this is the same with FreebieJeebies.
You're right to be skeptical because there are many many sites out there telling you how you can get all sorts of things for free. But, when you look at it, by signing up for a free NO OBLIGATION intuit trial you're on your way to getting a free iPhone for example. You aren't losing out - the worst that happens is that you design and build your own website to promote your link. The best that could happen is you get Apple products for free.
Yes you can. The freebiejeebies site will list only a certain amount but you can request what is known as a custom order and they will source and send to your door.
Yes you do. To be eligible to qualify and in order to redeem your referrals you need to have completed an offer. This can be a paid offer or one of the free ones such as the intuit trial.
We suggest ou visit the "I got my free item" forum on exceem. There you'll see a list of people showing off their latest aquisition, all gained through free affiliate marketing.
No you can't. The rules of the scheme permit you only to sign up once and complete one offer per IP address, email address and phone number. This is to ensure that the advertisers are receiving only genuine and quality payout on offers.
Tracking of the sites can vary between advertisers. It's an automatic process but from time to time some of the referrals might go missing or unnoticed. If you've completed an offer but you still haven't received a credit that it's been accepted or pending after about a week then you should submit a "No offer credit" support ticket via the FreebieJeebies support site.
How quick will you be at getting the required number of referrals? If you can get 16 people quickly to sign up then you can get a free iPhone in no time. FreebieJeebies then need to process the request which can take a couple of days too. Once subimitted, your request will be validated as soon as possible.
Not from Freebiejeebies you won't. They will NEVER sell your information to 3rd parties and neither will the affiliate advertisers. You can read this in their terms and conditions should you be worried.