Most of these offers will tell you to give them your phone number. My annoying little friend used my phone for it without my consent or knowledge, and I ended up with an auto subscription that was billed directly to my phone company. I called to cancel my subscription, and wondered about the HUGE (30 dollars extra) phone bills, and to my disgust, it was because of one text message.
See, I know right. Those offers are 99.999999999% lame.
Been there, done that as well, and got screwed up here.
The sad thing is that Aeria doesn't care if their players get effed up with those stupid offers.
One of the product manager here even assured that those offers are not scam. Lol, seriously?
People should know that Aeria doesn't guarantee that those offers are not scams/virus givers.
Look at this topic
We're just experiment rabbits/mice in the laboratory after all.
I guess it doesn't really matter for Aeria if their players get screwed up with those scam websites/companies as long as they get incentives from the companies that made those stupid offers.
Oh well, it won't surprise me if someday Aeria gets closed down due to having an association with the scam websites/companies.