Free Stuff, Free Samples & Sweepstakes | WomanFreebies US

Free Stuff, Samples, Coupons, and Sweepstakes | Woman Freebies

Hi Ladies,

It’s come to our attention that several fans of WomanFreebies have been contacted on Facebook by individuals claiming to work for WomanFreebies. They attempt to get personal information, including asking for winners to send money in order to redeem a “prize”. THIS IS NOT US. We have numerous giveaways and have had thousands of winners, but we never ask for financial information and certainly never ask for a fan to purchase something in order to get a prize.

If you’re contacted on Facebook (usually via friend request) by someone claiming to work for WomanFreebies and asking for personal details or a payment of any type to claim prizes, do not disclose any information. These people use our profile pictures and in many ways look just like us. If you have been contacted in this way please report the person who added you as a friend to Facebook. Click on this text for details on reporting fake users to Facebook.


It appears these or other scammers have been trying to contact our fans via email. These scammers request that you sign up for an Amazon account in order to get a prize. WE DO NOT REQUIRE YOU TO CREATE AN ACCOUNT TO DO ANYTHING! When we contact our winners all we ask for is an address so we can send the prize. That’s all.

As always when you’re online: be careful, and if you’re ever in doubt do not give out personal information. No legitimate giveaway or sweepstakes should ever require payment in advance to claim a prize.

We contact fans who have legitimately won a prize through the email they used to enter the giveaway. The only additional information we ask for is a mailing address and phone number so we can send out the prize. We also maintain a winners list that we update weekly. You can check it out by clicking here!

Please don’t let this stop you from enjoying the hundreds of legitimate samples and sweepstakes that are on our site.

Thank you from the WomanFreebies Team!

Here is an example of the type of messages people receive: