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Discussion in 'Buying Tips, Advice and Discussion (archive)' started by ryan42, Nov 18, 2004.
Does this seem real?
I've seen the same for eMacs, iPods, iBooks, etc.
I've been wondering the same question. I question why they would need to test something already on the market, however.
I think this is a spawn of the Free Ipods method. You may have to complete millions of promotions to get the actual computer.
Then again, it could be a scam...
I wouldn't do it.
i recently found one of those for a sony vaio in my spam mailbox. seemed legit and everything, even after reading the fine print - till i did more searching and checked out the company on the better business bureau bbb.org. lots of complaints. don't bother with it.
I've been getting a lot of these particular spam msgs recently too...iPods, iBooks, iMacs and VAIOs... I think Sony Camcorders too.
well i guess not really a scam, but you have to spend like $600 or more on credit cards and getting satilite TV. So if you want that stuff go for it, but it isn't worth it.