FREE Perfume BLUE De Flower Of Story
We first shared this with our warning about samples being “iffy.” In other words, this one does not immediately scream fake. There’s no spam popup and no ads, but it is a google form that we can’t find any legit business linking to. So, it’s hard to say definitely that it’s fake. But, after waiting more than six months for samples it doesn’t seem to be legit.
As always, we researched before posting. Not a lot is known about the company or product being offered. It’s still worth a shot, and always use a secondary freebie email address when requesting any freebies. Read more >>
- Before you head over to request a free sample of Perfume BLUE De Flower Of Story be sure to read our findings.
About Blue De Flower of Story
Classic men perfume that is a fresh and lasting Eau de Toilette fragrance. Fragrance: pine, jasmine, lemon.
Findings (What makes it fake?)
- No product info
- No company info
- Not much is known about where this free sample offer came from. However, there are a lot of random Google Forms popping up, claiming to send samples to anyone and everyone. So, this may fall into that category, and not be legit.
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.
If you’d like to try for this one, here’s the link. However, it probably will not come. So, again, we suggest you use a “freebie” email address instead of your primary email address. Because, you could get spam by signing up for this.
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