too good to be true

  1911 23:21 18 Oct 2005
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I wonder has anyone tried FreeSkyHere.Com ?
It promises 800 tv channels on PC for a once off payment of less than £10.
It sounds rather like the African scam , so I am a bit wary of putting my card details on it. So has anyone else tried it and what is the catch.

  DieSse 23:30 18 Oct 2005

The catch is that you're paying money for a list of free channels (NOT pay channels) that you can find for nothing by just browsing around (try googling).

The other catch is - just how many Croatian, Hungarian, etc etc channels do you want in jerky low resolution!

However you might find one or two gems amongst them too.

  1911 23:37 18 Oct 2005

thanks for the quick response. I got that one on Google John

  GANDALF <|:-)> 07:41 19 Oct 2005

...and this is the link that you get.....click here

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  Starfox 15:34 19 Oct 2005

Sir- Do you realise that by posting that link you are depriving some poor trickster of his ill gotten gains.How can he sell that link on e-bay for £12-99 now that you have passed it on for free,whatever next.;o)

  GANDALF <|:-)> 15:41 19 Oct 2005

If it looks like a duck, walks like a duck, is the same colour a sa duck and quacks like a duck, there is a good chance that it is a duck.

Starfox ;-))))


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  Mr Mistoffelees 16:37 19 Oct 2005

What if it is not a duck??

  ade.h 18:37 19 Oct 2005

Then it's probably some other freshwater bird.

  mole44 20:02 19 Oct 2005

BANG,now its a dead duck

  wolfie3000 14:39 20 Oct 2005

QUACK!!!!

  1911 17:26 22 Oct 2005

sorry to be so late with the thanks. Hadnt checked back for a while.

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