This parasitic site uses the domain name of their "host" and tries to mislead in banner ads to get a consumer to click on it thinking it is clicking the actual website. They then will try and get an affiliate sale through a legitimate channel.
Tjoos somehow got my website name and posted it on their site (indicating that I was the one who submitted it) and is advertising coupons, the company that i work for strictly prohibits this and now i am on the verge of losing my business!!! I have contacted them to take my information off but have not heard back!
Claims to be the largest coupon site out there:
* 161,998 Online Stores
* 35,639 Verified Working Coupons out of 354,471
* 3,717 Exclusive Coupons
Looks fine to me but nothing staggeringly new. So only a MEH and with a caution that the Firefox extension has only 3 reviews so far, 2 of which alert potential users that it "phones home" and may therefore be considered spyware if it's transmitting any data back whatsoever without asking.
same old - There must be a thousand coupons sites around that look like this. Yawn.
There must be a thousand coupons sites around that look like this. Yawn.
The last word in online coupons - I heard about this website from a friend of mine. It's great, it allows you to search for stores online and see what coupons they have available, but it also lets you search by categories and also by products. If you do any shopping online, seriously check this site out, it will save you money. I also found a firefox add-on that works perfectly with this service giving you notifications of what coupons you can use at the website you are currently at. <a href="https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/11040">https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/11040</a>
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