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The Free After Rebate web site at www.freeafterrebate.info offers a high-quality, up-to-date listing of merchandise available online with 100% reimbursement after rebate.
The best things in life are free -- after six to eight weeks (the amount of time it takes to receive a rebate check). Lots of deal sites offer information about rebates, but only Free After Rebate offers a compendium of merchandise for $0 after rebate.
Free After Rebate lists items in a straightforward, easy-to-read format -- no cheesy animated graphics, eye-straining colors, resized browser windows, pop-up ads or other obnoxious design elements here. The listings, which include many computer products and consumer goods, are carefully researched to meet high standards for quality merchandise and genuine deals. Items with free shipping and other notable deals are highlighted. Updated daily, Free After Rebate offers rebate redemption tips and a free email newsletter to help shoppers stay abreast of the latest freebies.
Free After Rebate founder Kevin Savetz (www.savetz.com) has been a freelance technology journalist for more than a decade, having written for more than 70 magazines, newspapers and online publications. He writes about computer hardware and technology shopping for Computer Shopper magazine, Computer Power User magazine, The Washington Post and other publications. He has been publishing FAQs and buyers guides for many years, including the popular "FAQ: How can I send a fax from the Internet?" (www.savetz.com/fax) which he began in 1994.
Co-founder Mariva H. Aviram, (www.mariva.com) a writer and former computer consultant, authored a number of books on technology, including XML for Dummies Quick Reference, Creating Web Pages All-in-One Desk Reference for Dummies, Palm Computing for Dummies Quick Reference and the Official Microsoft Bookshelf Internet Directory, as well as numerous articles for c|net, JavaWorld, InfoWorld, TidBITS and CNN.com Technology.
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