1. What is a free stuff site?
Free-stuff.co.uk is a website with a lot of useful content from companies offering free samples of their product to the UK market, free-stuff.co.uk list all the latest freebies from these companies.
2. Why do companies give away free stuff?
Companies launch new products all the time and one useful way to get new customers to try them out is for them to offer you a free sample as part of their advertising campaign, so if you like the free sample of their product you will end up buying the full size of their product.
We do not spam you just tell you about new free samples offered by companies and email you when they come on their market saving you time looking for them, but you will get emails from free samples you signup about future new product for them but you can optout anytime by clicking on their optout link in the email you receive from them.
4. How much do I have to pay for this service?
This service is offered to you by Free-Stuff.co.uk completely free of charge. We will never ask you for any money in any way. No catch.
When you signup to free-stuff.co.uk newsletter we will not pass your details to anyone but email you direct about freebies, discount and competitions offered by other companies.
6. What exactly will Free-Stuff.co.uk send me?
Free-Stuff.co.uk will send you e-mail invitations to freebies, competitions and paid survey opportunities. There is no obligation to join any of these offers or to complete any particular survey. It is completely up to you. However, the more survey panels you join and the more surveys you complete, the more money you will earn.
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