Thanks guys for all the suggestions. Yea, I logged into the email account that I used when signing up for Dropbox and it contained an email directing me to the Dropbox website where they had seven items listed. You had to complete 3 (maybe 4) of the seven.
Somewhat disappointing you have to jump through hoops to get what Samsung promised but it wasn't too bad. Wow Dropbox really does what you recommending their services to family and friends. Guess that's how you grow.
I've never really had a cloud based service before so it will be interesting seeing how it fits my workflow. I really like to upload all my digital photos, videos, books, and music but especially with RAW files for photos and digital video the space requiremens really go up. For me I'd need about 3TB. Google drive is cheaper than Dropbox but still, 4TB is $200/month. Really would add up fast. I guess cloud storage is like insurance, you hate paying for it but if something happens you'll miss your digital media when it's gone forever.
Thanks again for all your answers.