Endless Coupons?

I’m pretty much trying out all of the coupons possible to get better deals on Amazon.com and I’ve come across Savings.com in my travels and their delicious Endless coupon. I’m more or less a huge fan of online shopping, in fact when I have the money I regularly buy books from Amazon, movies, even clothes and right now I’m on a The Beef kick with a short stack of scanned magazines featuring Shia to prove it, lol.

My only issue is that shipping and handling makes a small product like a DVD no bargain at all if you buy it online, unless you know where to go to get coupon codes, which are all the rage with yours truly. I’ve gotten free shipping and 10-50% discounts on everything from pocky and rice to magazines, books and dvds and I’m not stopping there – no sir.

I’ve decided that I need a new dishwasher, a mini one which Laota and I are saving up for and will be buying from Amazon.com with the help of some coupon codes. I’m likely going to try Savings.com just to see if they’ve got anything I don’t already have, so far so good – I’ve found 4 working coupons for things I want. Go me!

That’s Rich.

Let’s pretend, for five seconds, that I ever remember to renew my own domain names. Let’s also pretend that I didn’t let one of them expire by accident and will now never see it again as we zip right to the fact that I, meaning the great anyone ever, and broke as a matchstick and couldn’t afford to renew the domain anyway.

At least I’ll have birthday present money for my mom’s birthday on the 4th, and she’ll look at the gift and sort of tuck it behind the others saying she’ll open it later so I could easily put a cat poo in it and she wouldn’t even notice, lol. Ah, the love in my family is great and strong!

I’m hoping that selling off all of my wordpress themes will make me enough cash to renew Beautiful Sin, because I’m kind of at the end of my rope here with this being broke thing. I’m over it, I want to go back to my previous dream life where I’m dumb and rich and can get liposuction, lol.

Fraud All Around Us

I’ve talked before, at length, about identity theft and fraud, and my little encounter with someone getting away with writing checks against my and Laota’s bank account, but I want to elaborate on something that’s happened to me recently. The person who’d been writing checks against our account printed the checks at a copy place like Kinkos, the signature was printed in type face and it wasn’t even signed with either of our names, but the guy got it cashed – 3 times – no questions asked. That’s how well your bank protects you, or any bank. However, a few days ago when I went to them to get my Google Adsense check cashed, they claimed to have never heard of Google before and implied that I’d forged the check. They wouldn’t cash it, in fact they told me I’m better off trying to endorse it to someone or just taking the loss. To this day I have no idea how anyone got ahold of my bank account information, and no one’s been of any help since the only place my bank account is listed is Paypal, so who found it?

I would have been so much better off if I’d have thought to visit Shop Shield® and sign up for their free service. I could’ve shopped online without worrying about someone getting my information, not even my login or bank account, because their data storage hardware is modeled after that of the Department of Defense security standards, and that’s a great big deal. I know you want to learn more, but I’m far from the right person to explain everything because I know I’ll get something wrong, so if you have a minute you should go check out ShopShield.net and do some exploring, after all, free is the best price ever!

Sponsored by Shop Shield®

Protect Yourself – Free?

I’ve never heard of a free service that offers what Shop Shield® offers, and I’ve been in the game for awhile. It’s in live beta test to get a few customers to sign up so they can test it’s usability, and what it basically does is keeps hackers from ever getting access to your information by keeping your credit card, password, email, etc. from ever making into a companies database. In fact, they guarantee that your info will be safe! That guarantee is taken so seriously, that they promise that they weill reimburse you for every single penny up to $10,000 above the coverage you may get from your bank or credit card company if something does happen and your info does get compromised.

In fact, and I can’t believe I’m saying this, but I think that if you visit Shop Shield® and learn more about what they offer, you’ll likely sign up without thinking twice. They monitor every transaction on a federal-standard level, in fact the Depertment of Defense is the model they use for their own security standards, and if someone manages to take your money or identity while using their service they won’t charge you to make it right and that’s also guaranteed. They protect everything from credit card numbers and bank accounts, to your email and login information, and they’re doing it all for free. Yeah, I had to re-stress the free part, lol. If you’d like tolearn more, you can do so at their site. I definately recommend it if you’ve ever avoided shopping online out of fear for your money or identity.

Sponsored by Shop Shield®

Trade Up

I’ve never been big into online trading, because I really feel it’s very much like online gambling, only the name Online Trading leaves a sweeter taste in people’s mouths. Not that there’s anything wrong with it, but I’m even too afraid to gamble – because I’m poor, lol. But, I do see the need to move trading onto the internet, and I’m sure you’re like me and you’ve been aware – and possibly afraid of – the big names that have been around since the dawn on online trading, but I don’t think I’ve ever come across a trading platform like the one you get when you check out the features over at eToro.

Apparently, over at eToro, you get specialized trading arenas for both the more experienced trader, and the upstart, and they have a lot of great features to boot!

Currently I’m browsing info on their Forex Trading. The Forex Trend arena lets you compare the three major world currencies which are US Dollars, Euro and GBP, and choose the rising or falling trend against other currencies as you see fit. It’s a bit complicated for me, and I’m sure they’ve already completely, utterly lost me, lol. But it looks like a fun way to get into the whole world of online trading, and it’s definately a bright idea. If you’re into the trading scene, or want to be, I really suggest checking it out!

Sponsored by eToro.com

Credit Card Reviews

As you know, when I’m not ranting about my life, this website is basically about freebies, free samples, free gifts, etc., but you can’t get everything for free, right? Right. And I’m sure you’ll eventually need to build your credit history at some point in your life, and that’s where CreditCardsClub.com comes in handy. If you’re going to do something this important, you want to start off on the right foot and know what you’re getting yourself into.

CreditCardsClub has taken it upon themselves to offer you credit card reviews to help you choose the card that’s right for you, and make that decision an informed one. If you’re looking for a card, I suggest giving them a try. :)

Help Selling Online

It’s too bad I don’t have an iSold It store near by – I live in the middle of Buttcrack, Missouri and there’s literally only one grocery store in town and it’s six miles from here! And the town has GROWN since we moved here, lol.

So, anyway, I’be been wanting to sell my Peir One Imports Chinese-style lantern, or I’ve been thinking about it, at least, and I’ve basically decided against doing so because it’s so heavy, I wouldn’t know about the shipping and handeling so I don’t know what to charge for the shipping, and worst of all I wouldn’t have the time to list it myself and try to promote it, and these are all things that iSold It can do for me.

It’s just easier, you know? I’ve sold a lot on eBay, but I just don’t want to go through the hassle of selling something that weighs something like 20 pounds and involves glass! I’d rather have someone take care of it for me, and actually iSold It sounds better and better all the time but alas, I’m not lucky enough to live near enough to an iSold It for it to be at all possible for me to try them out – if you try them, please let me know how they work! I have a feeling I’d definately recommend it to anyone, because I know how hard it is to sell on eBay without any help.

Sponsored by iSold It!

Stupid Blockbuster!

MAD. I just signed up for blockbuster’s “free trial” today, and the bastages charged me $10! Isn’t a Free Trial supposed to be “free”!?

Stupid Blockbuster! So far I’ve noticed that their rates are higher than Netflix, the selection’s lax, the support is slow and, my favorite, the previously viewed DVDs for sale are almost twice what they are at netflix – why did I sign up for this?

Freebie News: Free Greens at iFreeCash

I’ve had a whopping amount of emails since I posted about iFreeCash’s free greens – and I want to clarify some things.

First of all, a green is a completed sponsor – not a referral, my bad! Secondly, you sign up at one of these freebie sites: Free Video Games, Free Cash and Free Laptops – and open a support ticket with the following info:

title: A4F free green
text: Please credit me for a free green if they’re still available, thank you!

Support should credit you within the day ( mine was within 1 hour! ), after that you just need referrals, and I’m sure when they find out about the free green you won’t have to worry about that! Plus they’re ‘forever green’, which means you only have to green 1 time ( which is covered if you get the free green ) and then with extra referrals you can cash out as many times as you like without having to complete new offers. Awesome!

Free iPods? iPhones?

As I’m sure you can see, I’ve started collecting ‘freebies’ links on my sidebar *points to sidebar* because I thought it may be fun, and more importantly I love freebies. What I’ve done is I’ve gone around to every ‘freebie’ community I could find and found, specifically, all of the really stellar, very expensive ‘freebies’ with the following requirements.

Freebies Must:
1. Require 2 or less offers to be fullfilled, 1 is preferable.
2. Be from a company known far and wide for actually sending out freebies or paying their cash out. Proof was ALWAYS checked for, personally, by me.
3. Have the best, most expensive and high quality freebies available.
4. Last, but not least, have the easiest to complete offers.

I suggest going with the eMusic trial – it’s only 99 cents, you get 70 MP3’s ( which you get to keep ) and you pay nothing more if you cancel within a month! Then you just need your referrals, and if everyone who goes to your site is let in on the eMusic deal ( and how cheap it is ), imagine how many referrals you’ll get by passing on the eMusic tip!

Plus a few of these can bypass offers for surveys – oh yes, you can complete free surveys instead of singing up for sponsored offers, then all you need are referrals!

Scared of using your credit card? Rather use PayPal? Apply for the PayPal debit card, you can restrain it from using ANY back-up funding. The point of this is that, if you accidentally get scammed ( doubt you will, but better safe than sorry! ) you can take it up with PayPal and not have to worry about it, plus the scammer couldn’t take a dime out of your bank account or off of your credit card! You can also use PayPal’s virtual debit card, check out PayPal for details!