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Must sign up for Netflix. Website is a bit fishy. No thanks.

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@dondove: It's a blog hosted by Google, nothing fishy about it, it's a tech blog if that helps.

Feel free to scan it, if you're that worried. I also am aware it is only a trial you can cancel within the first month and still get the free subscription, so it's a win-win situation.

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In order to receive this free trial, you have to sign up for a Netflix trial. Buy a trial to receive another trial. Either the title or the body should have reflected this.

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@coldwatercreep: It's more of a trial for a full year subscription for free, the only thing is a trial is required, who can't do that? It's essentially free.

No trial for trial... it's trial for 1 year subscription > cancel trial > still have 1 year subscription.

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Kept getting "cookie" errors when clicking the link. Finally got through, and Netflix said Welcome Back! please sign come back to Netflix and get a free 1 month trial (I was previously a member of Netflix). Then it said that a free trial for Netflix was not available for me...

Then, I clicked it again to try it once more, and I found out I had restarted my Netflix membership, at the regular cost, which they have already charged my card.

Oh, and by the way, I do not qualify for this offer having already been a Netflix member. Good to know. So I got duped into signing back up for Netflix, and did not get the free Slacker Pro. I am pretty disappointed, to say the least.

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You can't have previously been a Netflix member!

They do not mention this throughout the process, and then they charge you 7.99 and welcome you back, if you already were a member!

Don't be a dummy like me (twice)!

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ipollesion do you work for Slacker?

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@thalleck: Cancel it and get a refund, you should be refunded because it was a mistake and you didn't know that.

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@thalleck: Use a different e-mail address and card if you want.

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@ipollesion: Anyone can sign up for a blogger.com account. The fact that Google owns that domain is irrelevant. You might as well say the emails I get from Nigerian royalty are legit because Microsoft owns hotmail.

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@firethorne: Google can quickly remove any illegitamate websites, to host such a site on Google servers is against their Terms of Service. Say what you may, but I know enough about Google to know that they take down things from their Blogger service when they are in violation, from a legal stand point, you'd have to be an idiot to host anything illegal on there.