New Concept Study For Your Participation PineCone Research Scam
Nov 30, 2013
The email message:"New Concept Study For Your Participation", appearing as if they came from PineCone Research, promising you money in order to complete a survey by completing an application, please delete the email message. The email is a scam and was not sent by Pinecone Research.
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The PineCone Research Email Scam
Subject: PROJECT -New Concept Study For Your Participation
Date: Thu, 28 Nov 2013 14:54:39 +0200
You have been selected to participate in one of our most exiting projects: Western Union Concept Study on customer satisfaction
You will earn $200.00 Per Assignment
>>Click Here To Proceed To Application Form<<
250 East 5th St. 9th Floor
Cincinnati, OH 45202
Attn: Karen Scott
The email message claims that the Pinecone Research is asking you to participate in a Western Union Concept Study On Western Union and you will be compensated $200 per survey and also receive rewards and leisure activities.
If you click on the link in the email message, you will be taken to the fake Pinecone Research application form below located at hxxp://www.polspace.com /colorpicker/color/Form.html:
PineCone Research Registration
You are invited to participate in our Western Union Concept Study On Western Union [compensation: $200.00 per survey]
PineCone Research assigns over a 200,000 marketing research surveys every year and has provided evaluation services for over 20 years.
Participating in our surveys is always free and we are always looking for enthusiastic new panelists.
Through our business evaluation survey, PineCone Research delivers an accurate picture of the consumers experience and services using on-profile people in real situation to report on their interaction.
Apply to join our panel today and voice your opinion in exchange for rewards, enjoy leisure activities and directly shape the products and services that touch your life.
Please proceed by competing the application below
If you enter the requested information (your information) on this form and submit it, it will be sent to the cybercriminals behind this phishing scam. With this information, these scammers can steal your identity and rip you off.
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