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Infecting brains with links to free stuff, how do I know they are still active?

 
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Hello,

I am currently trying to infect brains with the help of the free links from the bearded behemouth. However as I have been sending the aforementioned links to people I don't know personally, I dont want to both them to ask if they have used them. However after a certain amount of time I might want to send it to someone else. So is there a search option on this website I am not aware of where I can check if they are still alive or dead as a dodo?

If not could you make one?

Thanks
 
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It sounds like you sent them the free links you got in mail, correct?
Are you looking for "did they use the free link" or "is the user still active" ?
Two different questions, and I'm not sure which you are asking...

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I am asking "did they use the free link"

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Henry Jabel wrote:I am asking "did they use the free link"

Thanks



I thought that once we give it away we don't 'own' it anymore...so whether they use it or not we couldn't retrieve it?

I often have things that I save for later and sometimes later is months off...

You've reminded me that I still have some to give out myself
 
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Are we talking about gift codes?
 
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Yes gift codes. I have worked it out, I can just click it I was worried it was allocate it to me if I did that. Sorry for being a bit dim and thanks for the codes.
 
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Another thing you can do is click on "my stuff" at the top and then "gifts I manage" at the left.
 
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