dealswelcome to natural nibbles! ***free samples…

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There is no registering for this deal: they only ask for your address, email, and where you heard about them. it took all of 10 sec. for me to complete.

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@mfladd: That sounds like registering to me. Sure, I understand that you're not going to get free stuff sent to you without an address, but that's the whole point of this; building a database.

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@shrdlu: you are technically correct, I was just commenting that the information required by this site is far less extensive than I have seen on many sites. I agree on the database building, but then, that is why they offer free stuff. Nothing is truly free.

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Name, address and email. That's it.

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They do need an address to send the free samples to...would be nice if they let us choose the flavor (my dog is allergic to chicken) but it looks like a good company and product. Looking forward to it.
This is a good free thing.

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auto-fill is great sometimes. took only a few seconds to fill out the info.

Lets see how my puppy like them now. aw who am i kidding she eats just about anything.

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Quick and easy! Hope Chloe likes em.

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No problem easy Thanks for posting

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I registered for the free sample in my dog's name. So if he starts getting a bunch of junk mail and phone calls, I guess I'll know why.

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@mfladd: "There is no registering for this deal: they only ask for your address, email, and where you heard about them. it took all of 10 sec. for me to complete."

Isn't name, address & e-mail registering?

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@mattpetrone: Thanks for the idea. We'll see just what kind of junk mail Gunnr starts getting. Was a bit surprised to see the "Thank you, Gunnr" message after I hit submit.

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looks like a good product - not a whole list of junk for ingredients. Will see what The Boys say about it when their sample arrive!

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@mattpetrone: I usually use the "Address Line 2" to flag the name of the company I'm requesting the sample from (i.e. "Fan of NaturalNibbles.Com"). Database building is certainly part of this, but it can help to know where new junk is coming from.

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Who uses an email address that they actually care about when registering for these kinds of things? Get a yahoo account that you only check when you have to do a confirmation and let it go. If they sell your address to spammers, who cares.

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@mattpetrone Good idea, me too :)
@corrado Thanks for the tip! Only I couldn't find a second address line for this one, so I put it in the name box after my dog's name

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Thanks! We;ll see what "the princess" has to say about this sample - notorious picky eater that she is.

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Willie deKatt is in for a free sample. (I hope they don't discriminate against felines, especially those that have gone on to that great sandbox in the sky. Willie always signs up for free offers in my place, keeping me spam free.)

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Quick and easy, especially with Google auto-fill. I wonder what they're gonna send to our little puppy Lola.

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I registered as my dog too. Also used her email address which for some reason she never seems to check.

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Russell will be please to get a free sample and I will look forward to junk mail in his name.

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The squad likes free treats.

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@samira: Hey, mine's allergic to chicken too! I was thinking the exact same thing when I looked at their products.

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I am just putting my address to my apt complex but not my apt #. Hopefully they get delivered to the office and I get a notice that I have a package. if they don't make it... they were free so no big deal... This way my mailing address is not bombarded with junk mail