Why free magazines are being hijacked by advertisers

Free magazines are the perfect advertisement platform, but advertisers have taken to using them for everything from free video games to free movies and even free online poker.

Now the publishers of free magazines like The Economist and Forbes have been taking their business to the dark side, using them to run ads on the website.

The latest scam is a new one, this time for free motorcycle magazines.

The scam starts off by asking for a free magazine.

The ad, which appears on the page, asks for users to “Sign up for a monthly magazine subscription” and to “Read the latest issue.”

Users are then presented with an option to “Pay with Credit Card” and “Use your PayPal Account” to pay the money.

The payment is sent via PayPal, but users are advised to use their credit card.

This scam has been going on for several months now, but this latest scam appears to be the first time it’s been done on a regular basis.

The publishers have yet to respond to requests for comment.

The original poster of the scam has since deleted his post, but the scam was apparently spotted by the author of this story.

While this may not seem like a huge deal, it’s actually a big deal.

There are thousands of motorcycle magazines out there, and publishers need to be aware of the fact that users may end up paying money for a magazine subscription.

The issue also comes with a hefty $10 annual subscription fee.

That’s why it’s important to have a clear line between legitimate magazines and the spammy sites that use free magazines to make money.