QUOTE (Malou @ Feb 28 2012, 09:54 AM)
Do you know any freebie site with free offers! and thanks for ur advices !
Most of the major networks have at least one free offer.
Most of the free offers that I completed required at least one additional offer to be completed to meet the crediting requirements. However, there are a couple offers out there that don't require any additional offers. Trainn has a few free offers (i.e. Netflix, eMusic, etc.).
After taking a quick look at the sites I greened on in the past, here are a couple of one offer IFWs that have free offers on their site.
I'm sure there are many more out there; it was just easy for me to look at the offers from my bookmarked sites. Most of the free offers will be from credit card applications, credit history, or free short-term trials (i.e. identity protection, coupon service, etc.). There are also a handful of $1 offers for short-term trials.
Make sure you complete offers you are genuinely interested in completing. You don't want to request a bunch of free credit scores and find out that when you actually need one, you will have to pay for it because you met your limit of three per year (one from each of the major companies -- Equifax, Transunion, and Experian). You also don't want to negatively affect your score by requesting a bunch of credit cards all at once.
Good Luck! Let me know if you have any more questions. If I don't respond to a post, shoot me a PM. I try to check up on my threads, but they are sometimes overlooked.