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#195562 24-Apr-2016 16:34
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Was the cost of the flag referendum justified to keep the same New Zealand flag?

 

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I just happened upon this scammy click-bait on the Herald site. Since I'm dying to win a grand, can someone please tell me which is the 'correct' answer?


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  #1541216 24-Apr-2016 16:53
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I don't care




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  #1541218 24-Apr-2016 16:56
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No





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  #1541219 24-Apr-2016 16:57
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Yes


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  #1541220 24-Apr-2016 17:01
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"I don't care" is the correct answer.

Enjoy your $1,000 gift card upon handing out your mobile number / credit card number and accepting their subscription fee.





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  #1541223 24-Apr-2016 17:07
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These ads are a disgrace. Some have words that give the impression you actually won something - when it's just a chance to win. This one at least say it. 

 

You then enter your email to get into the draw - usually one prize for Australia, New Zealand, Singapore. One prize. Some times more, but not much. And usually these draws are in six, nine or twelve months from now so either you have a very small chance or unsubscribed from their spam after a while and won't win anything anyway.

 

I had a coffee with a New Zealander who works for this company in Singapore and wanted to run these on Geekzone. No, thanks.

 

Most low quality ads pay cents of dollar per click or impression. The Herald, Stuff, Metservice must be desperate for those cents because they rather run these than just say "no".

 

 





 

 

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  #1541225 24-Apr-2016 17:08
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michaelmurfy:

 

"I don't care" is the correct answer.

Enjoy your $1,000 gift card upon handing out your mobile number / credit card number and accepting their subscription fee.

 

 

And the benefit of getting their latest "offers" direct to your email address.


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  #1541297 24-Apr-2016 18:29
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tdgeek:

 

michaelmurfy:

 

"I don't care" is the correct answer.

Enjoy your $1,000 gift card upon handing out your mobile number / credit card number and accepting their subscription fee.

 

 

And the benefit of getting their latest "offers" direct to your email address.

 

 

 

 

Sounds like a deal of a life time, Sign me up





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  #1541348 24-Apr-2016 20:41
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Yup its the same as the click bait iPhone 6S for $1 , There were links to it on stuff as well. A lot of people would have been sucked in by these which is really a shame.





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