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#1 HarrisSouth



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Posted 01 December 2009 - 04:17 PM

Ok, heres a new deal. how would you like anything on amazon.com for free except cheaper?

I have already gotten $5.00 on my paypal and battlefield 2 for the pc and a $18 headset all for free

I'm close to getting 50k nx cash and it only has been just a few days!

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Step 2: Now that you register, to get points just play games and offers YOU ALREADY GET 200 POINTS TO START WITH ANND YOU CAN USE IT TO GET THE $1 BILL PRIZE

If you get the one dollar bill prize you will be verified and have money shipped to your house! im serious

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If you want a lockerZ invite, in which you can earn PTZ to get you nx cash, amazon gift card, xbox 360 ps3 games, just PM me your e-mail address!

- Xbox 360 games and PS3 = 100PTZ (mw2, burnout, odst, 2k9)
- Acer Aspire 4gb, 300 HDD Ati radeon 3200 = 1000 PTZ
- iPod Nano = 200 PTZ!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
- a lot more!!!!!
- Scooter and paintball guns = 300ptz (my friend has one!)
- Microsfft 12 months xbox 360 = 200 PTZ!!

CLICK THE LINK free stuff: http://www.prizerebe...x.php?r=1350152

#2 mtptl77



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Posted 01 July 2010 - 04:47 AM

Instead, we would try to come up with gifts for one another completely off the books, using "fake money" like rewards points, rebates, store credits, pocket change, PayPal balances and coupons. Or we could make gifts for one another, but with three little kids running around, neither one of us has much time to be crafty. I was about 97% successful in shopping for my husband with fake money. He was somewhat successful in shopping for me that way, and he's still working on it -- he bought himself an extension by transferring some money from our savings account to his PayPal account, and is hoping to pay it back if and when some of his items listed on Ebay sell.

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