Currently having problems with this as of post GDPR. I don’t really want to store the email of a person and randomly pick one of them. Until I can come up with an idea to do this without it being a “first one to click this link”, I have to take it down. If anyone has any ideas get in touch!
You may be wondering why a complete stranger who have never met the person on the other side of the screen is offering a free British five-pound note (well, digital fiver over PayPal) but let me explain it.
Over the many years, people have helped me out with random things such as bus fares, takeaways, and many other things that I decided to help out other people with issues I have had over time.
There is no catch. There is no needing to sign up to something (well you got to fill out a form so it randomly picks you, no marketing or anything), no needing to comment on this blog (hell you don’t even need to VIEW the rest of the site) and I gain nothing from this (there is Google Adsense on the website and with the new Auto Ads I ain’t figured out how to exclude this page yet) – I only wish to give back all the kindness people have offered me.
How this works is I will be picking one person (fully automatic so there is no bias) from the sign-up list and on the final Sabbath of every month a fiver will be sent out via PayPal to that email address.
If you wish to offer thanks – spend some time at a local charity and pass it forward too. If you are in the United Kingdom, Citizens Advice is a charity that would benefit massively from any help.
Need to quote me?
Ellis, M (2012) Free Fiver. [online] Tweaked for your Pleasure. Available at: https://snat.co.uk/free-fiver [Accessed 24 Oct 2021]