I have been writing post about useful web sites as reported by PC World. I am veering a little in that the websites I am presenting on this post did not come from the magazine; I saw most of these on a news show. These are websites about "Deals for Free".
www.avvo.com This is a website for free legal advice. They have legal guides where you can browse information about everyday legal issues. The site also has a question and answer section where you can ask questions and get free personal advice from lawyers. The last section includes a place to search for a lawyer.
http://www.google.com/goog411/index.html Google now has a 411 business directory. The number is 1-800-goog411. You might want to put this in your cell phone or your home phone speed dial. When you dial a voice will ask you to say the business city and state. You then say the business you want and he says "Connecting" and the business answers the phone.
www.free411.com This is a free directory service at 1-800-free411, although you do have to listen to the advertisement but hey it beats paying for directory assistance every time you want a phone number.
http://www.kidsmealdeals.com In this site you put in your zip code and it tells you where kids can eat for free or give you deals for kid's meals.
http://www.boostmobil.comThis is a site to help you save on mobile phone services. You can search for prepaid cell phones, prepaid phone cards, mobile phones, online payments and free ringtones.
https://www.points.com This is a place to track balances and manage your reward programs all in one place.
http://www.swapstyle.com Swapstyle is an online fashion swap party where you can swap clothes, accessories, cosmetics, shoes and more with people from all around the world at any time, day or night. And it's Free! You register for a site and then can swap to your heart's content. The only money you are out is the postage.
This is my sixth in the series of useful websites. If you would like to visit the other five you will find them at: