FreeGiftWorld.com (parent company Modern Consumer) will entice you by offering attractive items for free for filling out 'a few simple questions'. You will register by entering your email, address, and other information. You will go through around 20 'offers' in a survey type form.
Afterwards -- this is where it gets good) -- you MUST subscribe to 3 'offers' on the first page, 3 'offers' on the second page, and 2 'offers' on the last page.
Offers from Discover, ColumbiaHouse, Netflix, several piles of natural suppliment crap and the biggest screw:
Nexiderm -- after paying for shipping they automatically charge your CC around 95$ enrolling you in there monthly program (giving you about 2 days to return UNUSED product and long rude service calls)
I call this the 'small print' WHICH is NEVER mentioned anytime or anywhere during your FREE item signup.
Upon completion of all the scams, you get NO confirmation, you get another popup offering a FREE Ipod - imagine that.
I did get an email from email@example.com (Owned by the dreaded BonusBonez.com) - The email itself was an image that linked to http://www.unlimitedfreegifts.com offering a free IPOD.
This image of an email contains several bogus links which is supposed to confirm your zip code. Wrong.
After major annoyances I've done some research and must tell my story until I get my $250 gift card from Home Depot.
111 East 14th St. #104
New York, NY 10003
BonesBonez and Anysleep.net
po box 2848
san francisco, CA 94111
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
1333 W 120th Ave Suite 101
Westminster, CO 80234
As with the other posters, Freegiftworld eventually says you never signed up in the first place.