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    Free $50 Worth Of Stamps From Stamps.com

    DEAD DEAL!!

    Stamps.com is offering $50 worth of stamps for just signing up. You can purchase their netstamps to keep the stamps forever in stamp form.

    1. Click here to go to Stamps.com
    2. Click on Join Now
    3. Choose Power Plan
    4. Fill in credit card, address, etc.
    5. You will now receive a $50 credit in your account.
    6. Cancel within 29 days to avoid monthly charges.
    7. (optional) In their software, you can select to buy 5 sheets of netstamps for $4.99 so you can print $50 worth of 37cent stamps. Stamps will not expire.
    Final Price : Free
    Thank you for using Spoofee.com

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    I signed up for the deal...I guess I need a little help figuring out where to buy that roll of net stamps. I'm in their software, Is it the holiday set of stamps with 5 different designs....125 labels...4.99?


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    **I also see one set of their original net stamps for 3.99....I take it I can buy any of these rolls....print out up to my 50 dollar limit before the 29 day trial ends...and still be able to use the stamps in the future. Have I figured this out correctly?**
    Last edited by MrPsychoGreaser; 11-10-2003 at 05:23 AM.

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    Hi MrPsychoGreaser, Yes! Sorry about the front page error. You are correct, you can purchase a 125 sheet of the $3.99 or the $4.99 one. Yes, once printed, the stamps can be used after your cancellation of service.
    Thank you for using Spoofee.com

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    Free Postage

    I was just wondering, I read the terms and conditions it looks like once you cancel the stamps become void. Am I reading this wrong or can you still use the stamps you have printed out also you have to return the scale or they charge you $50.00. Great site keep up the good work.
    Thanks for your input.

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    Free Postage

    I was just wondering, I read the terms and conditions it looks like once you cancel the stamps become void. Am I reading this wrong or can you still use the stamps you have printed out also you have to return the scale or they charge you $50.00. Great site keep up the good work.
    Thanks for your input.

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    Returning the scale

    Just a warning:
    If you cancel the service during the trial period, it says something about returing the scale plus s/h. OR if you keep it for one billing cycle ($15.99) the scale is yours to keep.

    My question: how much do they charge you for the scale if you cancel during the trial period?

    (I'm a little pissed that they say its a $50 scale but they sell it for $39.99! I will remember that as I use the $50 in stamps I got for $5.49!!! ($3.99 +s/h))

    So the deal is worth
    $50 - $5.49 - $15.99 = $28.52 in free stamps.

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    Looks like deal is dead.... I just got this email... anyone else?

    Dear XXX,

    Our records indicate that you recently signed up for Stamps.com using our Microsoft Office promotion. This special promotion was offered to those people who attended a Microsoft Office 2003 launch event.

    Unfortunately, we have discovered that this promotion has been misused by a great number of people. To make sure that our Microsoft Office promotion remains available to those people it was intended for, we will have to temporarily suspend your account. To reactivate your account, simply mail to us the physical Stamps.com coupon that you received at the Microsoft Office launch event. Once we receive the coupon, we will gladly re-activate your account. We apologize for this inconvenience.

    After signing up, please send your Stamps.com account user name and physical copies of your Microsoft coupon and proof of attendance at the Microsoft launch event to:


    Stamps.com
    Attn: Microsoft Promotion
    3420 Ocean Park Blvd., Ste. 1040
    Santa Monica, CA 90405

    For questions related to this promotion please contact us at [email protected]

    Sincerely,
    The Stamps.com Team

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    Wink for what it is worth

    mortals can still get $20 in free stamps

    http://www.stamps.com/postage/service/pricing/

    you might need to delete cookies and/or offline temp files if you clicked on the spoofee link to the $50 offer

    free is always good

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    Same email here...

    I can't stand it when offers are retracted. Jerks...

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    it wasnt retracted

    it was a special offer not for the entire public at large, Take your FREE $20 in postage and be happy

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    $25 offer

    Found that if you do a google search for stamps online you get a link at the top to www.stamps.com that will give $25 in free stamps

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    Re: Same email here...

    Jerks? Correction. The offer wasn't retracted. There was no offer for people that didn't attend the Microsoft event. People were abusing the system.

    Originally posted by jfowler11
    I can't stand it when offers are retracted. Jerks...

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    My account remains active, with $50.00 of free postage credited to it. Just ordered the net stamps. Amen.

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    Thought I was in the clear....just got axed. Oh well.

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    Angry What a hassle!

    OK, I signed up for that. Let me tell you something. If you have to pay 37 cents for a stamp and also for the cost of the stickers and the postage, why would you use that kind of service? I signed up coz it would be a lot cheaper than going to a post office. But they canceled my account after I ordered those now-useless stickers. Now looks like I am gonna end up with those stupid things. Oh I hate it. I can return them but it will end up costing me the same. Gee!

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