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    Free e-cards?

    Greetings!

    I'm looking for a site where I can send a free e-card to DGD. So far, the ones I've found want you to sign up for a trial free subscription. Just thought I'd check with this helpful forum to ask if anyone has a truly free site they like to use.

    Thanks!

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    I use ecards.com. Never had to sign up anything or get any junk.

    Edit, that is 123greetings.com. Sorry about the mixup.
    Last edited by dakotamaid; 04-23-2014 at 06:16 AM.
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    Do you think this site is a secure one?
    I love sending e-cards but am wary of them.

    I used a card from a site a few years ago and sent it in an e-mail. Shortly after that, my computer got hacked. Maybe it had nothing to do with that site but it kinda scared me off.
    Last edited by tapper; 04-23-2014 at 06:31 AM.

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    Thanks so much. I found a cute one for her.

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    well, with all the viruses out there, I don't open any sent to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakotamaid View Post
    ...that is 123greetings.com. ....
    i use this site all of the time. i always remember to uncheck the 'send newsletter' choice. one of the nice things is that they tell you when the recipient reads it or sends a notice when they haven't read it in a long time
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    I've used that site as well with no issues in the past. Can usually find something I like there.

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    I use crosscards.com and dayspring.com most of the time. These are wonderful free sites
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    Ecards

    I use crosscards.com and dayspring.com most of the time. They are always free and are beautiful cards.
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    123greetings.com Love them dearly. froggyintexas

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    I've used jacquielawson.com for years. It isn't free, but at $12/year I think it is a real bargain. Their cards are terrific and an added bonus is I can enter birthdates and get a reminder when it is time to send a card to someone. I can also go back and see what cards I've sent in the past.
    Pat

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