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Consumer Reports - User Name: judiescat Password: Kodiak
Jan 25th, 2012 11:25 pm
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Jan 26th, 2012 9:22 am
FunSave22 wrote: ↑Jan 26th, 2012 8:02 amThis is the second time you created a thread like this: http://forums.redflagdeals.com/free-acc ... s-1117532/
As I mentored in the last thread, most Canadian libraries provide free access to the website of Consumer Reports. If you have a valid library card, go to your library's website and look at their online resources. There is a very good chance you'll be able to get free, legal access.
Jan 26th, 2012 9:24 am
Jan 26th, 2012 9:40 am
Are you sure this is legit?
Jan 26th, 2012 9:48 am
Jan 26th, 2012 2:52 pm
FunSave22 wrote: ↑Jan 26th, 2012 9:48 amA quick search shows this is from a small US library who made the mistake of posting their username and password on their website.
It's clear the login info is only supposed to be used by members of the library, and if it's abused by the entire Internet it'll just result in the login access being revoked.
Just use your own library card and get access through your own library.
Jan 26th, 2012 2:56 pm
FunSave22 wrote: ↑Jan 26th, 2012 9:40 amAre you sure this is legit?
It looks a lot like a stolen or shared user name and password. Which I doubt is acceptable to Consumer Reports.
Most Canadian libraries offer free access to the website and you don't need to go the library to access it. You can do it from anywhere and all you need is a library card.
Feb 1st, 2012 11:43 am
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May 23rd, 2012 6:33 am
Or instead of using the login info from a Florida school board which likely didn't mean to post their login info to the entire internet, you could just get access from your local public library's website.RickDC wrote: ↑May 23rd, 2012 1:48 amJust tried this one and it worked:
https://www.ocps.net/lc/west/hoc/mediac ... fault.aspx