Project Free TV Asking for Credit Card

My friends are all using Project Free TV to watch shows that we can’t get in our country. They say it’s a fantastic way to watch however when I try to stream a show, I keep on getting asked to sign up and provide my credit card details. I’ve asked my friends if they had to do this and they have all said no. Has anyone else experienced this and if so, how did you get around it?

These are the steps I am taking.
1. I go to http:// www. free-tv-video-online. me/
2. I click on the show that I want to watch and then “Stream in High Definition NOW!”
3. this is when I get asked to create a free account. I have done that and then it asks me for my credit card details, which I have not done as it seems very odd to require credit card details for something that is meant to be free.

HELP! it’s so frustrating.

Many thanks in advance.

2 Responses

  1. watcher2 says:

    Most videos on Project Free TV are hosted on various servers. It is these servers that prompts for your credit card details. If you can notice, once you click on the video, browser will be redirected to another site. Observe the changes in the web address. There are a handful of video that you can watch for free. Or better yet, click on the ‘Close Ad and Watch as Free User.’ This works most of the time.

    Other than that, ask your friends about the videos they are watching and the most reliable hosts of where it is located. Stay away from ads and links that prompts you to download anything. It can cause virus infection.

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