There are many sites on the Internet that claim to offer "free" ring tones from your favorite artists. Unfortunately, many of these sites are trying to separate you from your money. These "free" ringtones offers will sign you up for a ringtone subscription service, where you will be charged obscene amounts of money.
Also, if you look closely, many these sites are populated with affiliate links. Affiliate links allow the marketers behind these sites to be given a commission for each sale they generate. Affiliate links present a huge conflict of interest as it is in the marketer's interest to say anything to generate a sale. They are being paid to be shills for the items they are trying to sell.
All these sites are scams. Don't be suckered by any of these sites- marketers will say anything to generate a sale.
The unfortunate truth is that you can't trust a lot of the information and offers you see on the Internet.
"There's a sucker born every minute."
*These offers may be advertised for search phrases like free ringtones, best ringtones, ringtone, cell phone ringtones, mobile ringtones, phone ringtones, mp3 ringtones, etc.
Products where you need to watch out for fake reviews or scams:
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