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- This topic was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by jackie o.
I don’t know if you have broken any forum rules per say.
However, most people know not to click on links that they are not 100% sure are legitimate.
That’s the best way to get a computer virus.
I can promise you it’s legitimate and virus free….gleam is a legitimate site for giveaways.
But if you want further check you can see the scan in Virus Total:
Plus the giveaway is real and we are giving away 20$ in amazon gift card
I don’t believe you.
No such thing as a free lunch.
I have learned the hard way not to click on suspicious links.
Of course its not free…. but you only need to
1.Subscribe to our YouTube:
2.Follow us on I-n-s-t-a-g-r-a-m : @golden_wolf_sam
3.And tag 3 friends on the international giveaway post
Have you never entered a giveaway? this is how it works… and real people really get prizes- look it up before you say nasty things like that!
- This reply was modified 1 year, 1 month ago by jackie o.
I said nothing nasty. Just voiced my opinion.
There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
“There ain’t no such thing as a free lunch” (alternatively, “There is no such thing as a free lunch” or other variants) is a popular adage communicating the idea that it is impossible to get something for nothing. The acronyms TANSTAAFL, TINSTAAFL, and TNSTAAFL are also used. The phrase was in use by the 1930s, but its first appearance is unknown. The “free lunch” in the saying refers to the nineteenth-century practice in American bars of offering a “free lunch” in order to entice drinking customers.
I was referring to “I don’t believe you.”
But thank you I already know that Wikipedia page.
I hope that you will win a contest soon, to get you to believe in humanity again.
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