The Review of Felix Paydirt Free Sample:
So everyone loves free right, so who could pass up on free paydirt. On a recent visit to the website FelixPaydirt.com I remembered that they offer a free sample of the paydirt they sell.
Get your free sample today and we will rush you out our brochure, along with a free sample of our Gourmet Gold Paydirt – And yes, there’s gold in it! That’s why it’s “the best dirt on earth”!
So off I clicked to get my FREE bag of paydirt, only to be hit with a $2.00 shipping charge. Well I guess free is only free if you don’t include the shipping charge. Anyways I decided $2.00 for a bag of paydirt is still a steal right?
When the paydirt arrived it came in a bright yellow envelope, a very costly looking envelope. It also came with 2 not 1 very colorful and again expensive looking brochures. Both brochures told of the marvels of Felix Paydirt if you just fork over another $100+. I also noticed the bright yellow envelope contained one lone stamp or $0.49 . So where did my other $1.51 go if the paydirt was free? Then I looked at those shiny brochures again and the light bulb went off.
Now I am just having a little fun, we all know nobody gives anything away for free anymore. I still haven’t mentioned the paydirt yet have I?
Well the paydirt was a small amount, 0.14 ounces to be exact. SO I really didn’t expect to find more than 1-2 pieces of color. The dirt itself was dust free, which was good, but it was also black sand free. Which confirmed my thoughts that this “free sample” is a very very manufactured. So I seriously doubt it is a good representation of what you would find if you did spend that $100 on the very pretty brochure paydirt they offered. It’s just a way for them to get you to pay for those brochures and get a few pennies worth of gold in exchange.
It was a fun 1 minute of panning, but now at least I know i am on Felix’s mailing list. Would I recommend it, sure why not, it’s $2 and the brochures are nice looking, lol.
I chose not to score this bag of paydirt because I think it is really just a novelty item. Plus the cost is so low it is not a real bag of paydirt, so no score.
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Item Purchased: Prospector Matt 1lb Oregon Paydirt
Total Cost: 0.00 ($2.00 Shipping) $2.00 Total
Gold Per Gram: $41.80 per gram
Total Gold Recovered: 3 small specks
Gold Value: not enough to calculate
Return on Investment: Its free why do you need a ROI?
Actual Return on Investment: Can you really put a price on FREE?
This review is my opinion and my results may vary from your results. My bag may have been a bad batch or a great batch, remember no two bags of paydirt are ever the same. So please use common sense when buying paydirt from any seller. Oh and good luck and happy panning!