When did FREE Start Costing us $$

In today’s tough economy the term free has the ability to grab ones attention quite quickly.Wholesale buyers seem to be reaching their bottom lines sooner than expected these days. Any opportunity to extend that bottom line with free benefits is always well appreciated.Well it seems as though some are capitalizing on this attractive and flashy term although not with good intentions.

We have all become accustom to the internets common pitfalls, spam, loss of privacy, fraud and the list goes on. With all of that we can now add word impersonation to the list.So how does it work you ask? Easy, simply throw that attractive and flashy “FREE” anywhere and everywhere you want. Here’s a good example, you visit a site that promises to help increase your business. They appear to be able to do it all and you realize it’s your lucky day when you notice they will let you join for “FREE”. Like most of us you’re thinking, great! I mean what’s better than free. Ok, you click through to take advantage of that attractive and flashy “FREE” and WHAM! It’s gone, there is no free, nothing even close to free and instead the website asks you to pay. You click away mumbling beneath your breath about what a waste of time that was. Now start browsing again and repeat process.

“FREE” is cropping up all over the net and in truth it has really always been here. The current economy has just made this ruse sting a bit more than usual.

I guess we could all simply stop clicking on that attractive and flashy free link every time it pops up. We could avoid this joy to disappointment routine altogether. Unfortunately if we did that we would miss out on those opportunities that are in fact actually FREE. That’s right FREE does exist among the sea of impersonators. It may be difficult to spot but when found it can be very satisfying indeed.

So do your best to avoid those worthless impersonators and take advantage of those authentic free opportunities every chance you get.

Here’s one to get you started. GetThatWholesale.com broke the mold when they offered qualified suppliers FREE inclusion and FREE access to the largest audience of wholesale suppliers on the web. NO membership fees, NO pay-per click banks to fill, free is free.

Get listed for FREE today. (Go ahead and click FREE, it really is)

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