Freebie Trading Info:


Getting Started:





Facts To Know Before You Begin

This page has some very important information that you need to know before you actually start, so while it is rather long, I encourage you to read this entire page very carefully before you actually get started.


The requirements for working freebie/IFW sites are very minor and most everyone qualifies right off the bat.

1: You must have a Paypal account. It also helps if you are Paypal verified, a simple procedure that will take no longer than 3 days to complete.

2: You must have a valid credit card or a debit card with the VISA or Mastercard logo on it that is attached to your bank account. You may not use gift cards or pre-paid cards of any sort.

3: A valid landline home telephone number or cell phone number in your name. VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) is not accepted.

4: You must be over 18 years old and a resident of the United States or Canada.

5: Your Internet connection must not be coming through a proxy server. Internet Service Providers (ISPs) like AOL and Earthlink use proxies and these are not allowed by the freebie sites. To see if your Internet connection comes from a proxy, please click the following link:

Lagado Proxy Test

That's it. If you meet the above requirements, you're good to go.


Trade Terms

My terms are quite simple and sample trade might look like this:

I will receive from you: A green on

You will receive from me: $15 Paypal cash

If you are Paypal verified and you confirm the trade in the Trade Manager on the Free Lunch Room, I will pay you immediately on green. Otherwise, you will be paid on approval. You agree to immediately refund me if you are placed on hold by the freebie site for any reason at any time after I pay you.

Green: You have signed up and completed all of the offer requirements of the freebie site.

Approval: The freebie site has approved payment of my prize based on your referral.

These terms are standard in the industry and used by nearly all traders.

How To Avoid Getting Placed On Hold (Go Red)

Getting placed on hold by a freebie site (going red) is the result of somehow breaking the freebie site's rules, or even the rules of an offer. You want to avoid being placed on hold as much as possible. If you are placed on hold, your referral becomes useless to me, and I will ask for a refund if I have already paid you. Here are some tips for avoiding this:

Never sign up for the same freebie site more than once. Most freebie sites allow only one account per household.

Never sign up for the same offer more than once. You are allowed to sign up for each offer once, ever.

Always use accurate and true information when signing up for both freebie sites and offers. If you are uncomfortable with doing so, then this opportunity is not for you.

Along the same lines, please use the same email that you used when you signed up for the freebie site for all of the offers that you do.The freebie site will cross reference this and other information and will hold your account if any inaccuracies are found.

Do not cancel your trials right away. This is considered "offer fraud." Wait until the next to the last day of the trial, and if you didn't like the product or service, cancel it at that time to avoid getting charged.

If you have signed up for a service such as Blockbuster or a service that you access through a website like an online weight loss program, be sure to actually try the service. In other words, rent movies during your trial, or log into your account at the weight loss website and look around and what is offered.

Information About Offers

Most offers will require you to input your credit or debit card number. This is very safe as all of the freebie sites I work with are reputable. I've only ever had one company charge me the full price of the product after I had cancelled it, in my entire time doing this. However, because I kept good records, a quick phone call was all it took to have the charges reversed.

Although all of the offers are reputable and will not attempt to rip you off, you should always read the terms of service. Everything you need to know about how long the trial period runs and when it begins is in the terms of service. Some companies, especially those that send you a physical product to try, will have specific information about how you go about returning the unused portion. You will be responsible for the full charge of the product or service if you do not follow their instructions or fail to cancel in time.

I recommend that you keep track of all of the pertinent information about the offers you complete in a notebook or a spreadsheet. For your convenience, you may download the Excel spreadsheet I used when I was completing offers here.

Things To Know About Offer Crediting

Crediting is accomplished through tracking cookies which are placed on your computer as you proceed through signing up for the freebie site and going through the steps of signing up for an offer.

The actual tracking process occurs in minutes, but the time it takes for the credit to be applied to your account can vary widely. Even offers labelled as crediting instantly can take a few hours to a few days to post to your account. The bottom line of all of this is that you should not get worried if you don't immediately get credit for an offer you've just completed. Give each offer you do a few days to credit you. You do not want to jump the gun and do extra offers unnecessarily.

So what if you've waited a few days and still have not received credit? While not always an option, you can file a manual credit request (MCR) with the freebie site. An MCR is smply a special support ticket where you submit proof that you completed the subject offer and the site will forward that information to the affiliate on your behalf and request credit. Even when you file an MCR, credit is not guaranteed and can take at least 2 weeks to be completed. Most often, MCRs take 3 weeks or longer.

If an MCR is not an option or was denied, your only other choices are to complete another offer to obtain your missing credits or to write off the site entirely. Sometimes, biting the bullet and completing another offer right away is the best choice, especially if you want to get paid right away.

You Won't Always Have To Complete Offers

Completing offers is only necessary in the beginning stages of this opportunity. You can make up to $300 completing offers, but that is about it. This is because you can only complete each offer once, and soon, you will run out of offers you can feasably do. That's okay, because the main purpose of completing offers in the first place is to familiarize yourself with the process of greening and to qualify you to be able to collect your own referrals towards that prize you picked when you first signed up on some quality sites.

While it does get a little more involved and you do have to "work" to earn your money, it is much easier to pay someone $15 and get paid $30 from a site, over and over again than it is to continue messing with offers.

Now you are ready to begin. Head on over to Full Instructions and the Virtual Walkthough links on the navigation bar to the left to get started.

You can always email me with any questions you may have at