So, if I understand you correctly, the steps to actually GET something from yovia go something like this:
1. Respond to a post that says: free X from yovia; click through to the yovia site where you see something that confirms they are giving something away;
2. Fill out the form, and get not only a confirmation screen saying you'll get the freebie, but additionally, get an e-mail confirmation with your very own referral link so you can share the freebie with your friends.
3. Sit back and wait, until you hear other folks seem to have actually received stuff. Go to their facebook page and moan a little. Maybe you'll get something.
4. If you still don't receive something, waste more of your time by harassing customer service. Give them your personal info yet again to misuse in the hopes you'll actually get a .79 air freshener.
No...I'm a Florida resident, and according to their website, they're based in FL. Now, the only confirmation e-mail I got that said I MIGHT get something (rather than I would get something) was for the piggy bank. Florida is really hard on false advertising and defrauding their state residents. And being that yovia is in Jacksonville, the investigators don't even need to leave town to investigate yovia. Contacting the State is a MUCH more effective use of my time than wasting any more time with yovia.