It is not "totally" a scam, however once you look into the requirements, I think you'll find that you will have to spend a lot of money on a bunch of crap you probably don't want! They want to keep your eye on the prize, so you will ultimately spend money.
Free my a** ... run ... don't walk from this offer ...... in my opinion...
You keep clicking and clicking and they keep adding you to their email and then after an hpur of clicking and filling in stuff you have to "subscribe to" a half dozen or so sponsored advertizers crap, like CDs, or DVD's or whatever. ANd you'll never get to the last page that says you've gotten a free WMS.
If I had time to play thier game I'd open an e-mail account on hotmail or any other place just to see where it would go. That way you wouldn't get all the junk mail in your personal e-mail.. I do have a few e-mail accounts for this purpose.
If you guys see crap ads like that please send me the link so I can filter it out of the ads. I do make a little money with them but I want the ads to be useful stuff as much as possible.
I don't have too much say-so as to what ads get posted and they are constantly changing but I do have the option to filter certain domain names so I do that to the cigarette ads, vegetarian ads, etc. whenever I catch them.
I started out one time filling out one of them ads, then stopped after abt 6 forms later. They keep you filling out them are you interested in: ads. And unless you "sign" up for one, or buy something, they just keep it going. I used a disposable email address, and in less than a month, I was averaging, 1400 emails a week just from that one curious trial.......
Use your own judgement, nothing is "FREE" in the world of business any more.
And the hard part is........It's a real "female dog" to get off everyones email list. I know, I did it once too. Did'nt buy anything, but still took a few months to stop getting around 25 emails a day.