1 Week Xbox Live Code Giveaway!


#1

First to post gets the code! But don’t worry, after the first person gets the code, I will reveal how to get the code to everyone!


#2

ok, i’ll bite… what does the code grant? :wink:


#3

Ok, Here’s the method!

  1. Go to ssl.skittles.com
  2. Enter 95WJ9 in the top right.
  3. Enter your information.
  4. Confirm your E-mail.
  5. You will be sent the code!

#4

Lol @SteveAdamo, You stole it with your forum sniping.


#5

Sounds like a great way to get a virus.

I’m in.

Just kidding, someone remove this post before all of our computers get internet STD’s.


#6

I’ve had this problem with others before, and no, this is not a scam nor does it have any adware or spyware on it. It is a promotional page on the Skittles website.

If you’re still skeptical about it, here’s a virus check of the website:
https://www.virustotal.com/en/url/8157c5c75d383db5f10089bbf24fd6f8c10b6d0afec31c75c8a98b3c4fdc6190/analysis/


#7

My apologies, you are correct. All that you need to do to get one free week of XBOX Gold is sell your information to skittles, and by doing so - indirectly sign yourself up for a plethora of spam mail services, and adverts.


#8

Even if I did own an XBO, I still wouldn’t sign up for this.

If you do, prepare yourself to a plethora of spam, and don’t forget all those nice surprises like malware!


#9

I can recommend a spam-filtering service that I use myself called DoNotTrackMe. It’s an add-on for Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. With it, you can create e-mail addresses such as b20gr7vns1@opayq.com in the blink of an eye!


#10

Look, we shouldn’t have to download an extension to sign up for something.

Also, why are you promoting all these random products? The last time you tried to do something like this, which I remember that you were trying to sell Windows Licences for five dollars a pop, everyone thought you were scamming us.


#11

Exactly! Thought! This isn’t a scam! I used it to generate a code to give away initially, and that code was claimed by @SteveAdamo! I don’t understand what’s so shady about it!

The extension is also optional, you can use it to generate multiple codes for yourself though, and that’s why I recommended it.


#12

Wait, so you can use it to generate extra Xbox Live Gold codes for free?

That sounds a bit illegal.


#13

this is going nowhere fast… me thinks its time to :lock:


#14