Fake Freebie: Free Whiskey Flask from Independent Whisky Association
Before you head over to claim this alleged Free Whiskey Flask, be sure to check out our research and heed our warning.
As the home of the Gimmie’s Big List of Fake Freebies to Avoid, we research all samples before we share to keep you safe online. You may not realize it, but scammers and spammers are notorious for posting fake offers. There are lots of reasons why people post fake freebies, but usually it is about money. They build up a website or Facebook fanpage and then sell it for profit. Or, they take your info submitted in their alleged freebie form, and sell it to Spammers. Some even deposit malicious code when you visit their website!
For a limited time only, we will send you a complimentary Whiskey Flask! It is absolutely free including shipping.
Features of our flask:
Holds 6 fluid ounces of the beverage of your choice
Hinged Screw-on Cap with Knurled sides for easy grip
Curved design for comfort
To receive our complimentary whiskey flask, please fill your details in the form …and share this offer on your Facebook page.
When you google the Independent Whisky Association, the only information that pops up about the company is the FaceBook page.
The FaceBook Page indicates that the company is out of Louisville,KY and was founded in 2003. No other information such as contact name or company address can be found.
After you “like” the page on FaceBook, it takes you to this page to fill out your information:
It informs you that the entire form must be filled out or your order will not be processed.
After you fill out the form and “share” the offer, you are redirected to another page with this web address:
We researched the reputation of the website listed and this is what we found:
According to other users, this may be a fraudulent site attempting to obtain money or something else of value.
The was another offer for the whisky flask offered in September of 2013 with pictures stolen from other web sites and the Author Danielle Steele.
We strongly advise that you steer clear of this one. Nothing free will be sent from them. Nothing has ever come since this scam was first published in the fall of 2013.
So, to stay safe we highly recommend that you read our Big List of Fakes and learn how to protect yourself on every single freebie you sign up for. Read also: Getting Started with Gimmie.