It's a scam phishing site. (Did a background check plus it's sort of obvious to
someone like me who notices these dodgy sites immediately.)
Please do NOT continue using that site, Nova.
It's up to you but seriously, it's just out to steal your information.
If it's too good to be true, it's most likely fake.
Always be critical with these things. NEVER give out your personal information
do background checks, research and reviews of the site.)
Sometimes it's as easy as typing in Google:
[website URL] followed by SCAM.
This site says so, possibly some forums may say so too.http://www.scamvoid.com/check/codes4free.net
(I hold no responsibility for that external link but it seems safe and as far as I can see,
it's just a site to help people avoid scam sites. Obviously might not be perfect but it's worth
checking. In this case, the site Nova linked is classed as having a bad reputation.)
If you've already provided information, I would recommend you change it.
(Who knows, maybe they haven't seen it and if you change the info, maybe it's not cached on their
Just be cautious next time. Never trust these sort of sites.
90%+ of the time it will be a scam or dodgy in some way or another.
(That percentage may be a lot higher, not sure.)
But even if it was a legitimate trustworthy site, (which it is not)
these sort of sites would take you AGES to get ANYTHING.
Definitely NOT worth your time. Even if you've got a lot of time on your hands.
But yeah, nearly all (if not all) are scam/phishing sites.
Evil people need to go to heck.