I'm saddened that you obviously do not know/understand the difference between refrigerated and frozen, but my final statement is from a university website (with the link) and I will leave it up to the others to decide for themselves what they can or cannot do with their tomatoes.
Tomatoes may be frozen whole, sliced, chopped, or puréed. Additionally, you can freeze them raw or cooked, as juice or sauce, or prepared in the recipe of your choice. Thawed raw tomatoes may be used in any cooked-tomato recipe. Do not try to substituted them for fresh tomatoes, however, since freezing causes their texture to become mushy. Tomatoes should be seasoned just before serving rather than before freezing; freezing may either strengthen or weaken seasonings such as garlic, onion, and herbs."
Freezing Raw Tomatoes (with and without their skins)