How to Find and Give Away Free Stuff On The Internet

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If you want to get rid of stuff you don't need anymore or enjoy finding hidden treasure in other people's castaways, go to Free Napkin. Free Napkin is the name of a website where people can post and claim items for free. There are no fees and no forms to fill out. All you need is a cellphone that takes pictures and can send emails. Just point, shoot, send and enjoy.

Go to FreeNapkin.com and register automatically by donating one or more items. This will enable you to claim and donate unlimited free items. Take a picture of the items with your phone and send them to express@freenapkin.com. Your items will automatically post to the site under the appropriate state (based on your location and cell number), and you will be sent a confirmation text. Descriptions are no longer allowed.

Click either the Facebook or Twitter button in the top right corner of the homepage to log in to the site. You will know if login was successful when you see your name in green in the top right corner of the screen.

Search items by state or a specific city by clicking the menu at the left of the homepage. You can browse or search for a specific item by clicking "Search Your City" in yellow. Claim whatever you want by clicking the "I Want It" button. After you claim something, the donator's information will be emailed to your Facebook account or will show up on your Twitter wall.

Contact the person who donated the item and set up a time to pick it up or make shipping arrangements. Since the person is giving away the item for free, you will usually have to pay for shipping.

Leave positive feedback for the donator if you receive the item and are happy with it. Likewise, if you send an item, make sure it is as pictured and in the condition promised, or you risk compromising positive-feedback status.

Tips & Warnings

  • Do not abuse the system. Make good that your item is what you said it was and do not ask a lot from people who want to give you something for free.

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