Would depend on what the "FREE" included.
It depends… on what type of business you are in and what the fine print says. I would lean towards trashing them as the old saying goes if something sounds too good to be true it probably is and I would not want to have my otherwise happy clients mad at me for giving them a crappy free vacation that cost them $10,000 to get back.
|Headline:||Furniture, Marketing Promotions, Home Business Development|
|Description:||One of my primary interests is learning about the various aspects of both technology and business, and how they intertwine. My goal is to be able to use what I know to help others with that first "Successful" startup, or revitalize their pre-existing business models. One of the companies I am working on now will be a means of taking an idea that a potential customer may have, and utilize our knowledge and connections to transform the idea into a successful product, business, or service.|
Another venture I recently partnered in, TopItOff Promotions, will help people with finding funding, strengthening their advertising, and in the same hand, give end-user consumers something that many of them can not normally afford- for a very small amount.