dealsapple dock connector to usb cable for $0.00…

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Thanks for the one you sent last time you ran this promotion...I was leery, but you came through!

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Certainly seems like a nice deal, but requiring my credit card info for a free item makes it a no-go for me. And I see the little explanation that it's "to prevent fraud".... but I'd rather not sacrifice my credit security for a 99 cent cable. No offense, but you've got to understand where I'm coming from. I'll still give the deal my upvote though.

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@firebirdude: I think I'll give it a try. I doubt there would be anything fraudulent here, and it's also secured with McAfee and Authorize.net (though it was set up today). I guess it's up to you though.

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Be careful... the next page might trick you into buying a wall plug for $1.99 when they conveniently have your CC info.

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Couldn't find where to change my password, so the site makes me feel a lil sketchy

Edit: if u select forgot password u can change it. Still sketch

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I took advantage of this deal last time (granted, with a CC I was about to shut down anyway). Got the cable just fine, no charge.

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@jsoko: I wouldn't consider it a "trick"... just good sales-skills. They make it quite clear that it costs $1.99, and make it an "expiring" offer so you're more likely to jump.

In my case, I did get that offer--because I do want/need another of these charger bricks.

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@andddlay: Hard to say definitively, but (a) I've ordered from them before with no problem, and (b) they don't appear to save your credit card info (you have to enter it all for each purchase), so from a privacy/identity perspective it's probably safer than a lot of sites which do store that info.