Another excellent giveaway. THIS site is running a new giveaway where you can get the latest version of popular compressing software WinRAR worth of $29 for free.
To win you have to follow these rules:-
(1) First you must subscribe to the site using your email for free.
(2) Second you have to comment there to show your interest about WinRAR.
Also you have to comment about why you need it and for what functions.
With all due respect, can people just post on actual giveaways and not pseudo giveaways that are designed to direct traffic to sites – and that then require people to subscribe, make comments that are judged, etc? Post on Raymond's forum for that sort of thing.
For that matter, and at the risk of alienating anyone, can we get back to some normal posts here and not pages and pages of rambling, almost incoherent gibberish. I'm so sick of having to scroll through endless ridicuously long and convoluted posts to try and get to anything of substance that I find I don't much bother coming in here any more. That's my 10 cents' worth anyway. This should probably be in the rants section, but what the heck ….
Sorry to be a grouch, but I'm soooooooooooo sick of it …..
Ozzie said it well.
From the advertised page:
"NOTE: I am giving away three full licenses of WinRAR latest version for free."
So, this is NOT a giveaway even with the extra steps needed, THIS IS JUST A CONTEST.
I suggest you dont lose your time there.
Personally I would ask not to be informed for such contests. Its like spamming this board.
I've updated the topic title to include "Contest" and have suggested to Ashraf a Contest forum.
Seems more like a "Lucky Dip" to me, not a REAL contest.
Lets' not have any more of these "phonies" on our esteemed website.
Ashraf – (whe're ya hiding?) would it be possible to set up some rules or filtering for this sort of con.?
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