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Fake Gift Redemption Program Website - www.anchorsurvey.com

The website anchorsurvey.com is a fake. The website claims that you can earn cash to read emails, take surveys, redeem coupons, watch video commercials and search the web. But, this is a scam and you should not respond to them via email message or complete their registration form with your personal information.
Fake Gift Redemption Program Website - www.anchorsurvey.com
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Fake Gift Redemption Program Website - www.anchorsurvey.com


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Fake Gift Redemption Program Website - www.anchorsurvey.com

The website anchorsurvey.com is a fake. The website claims that you can earn cash to read emails, take surveys, redeem coupons, watch video commercials and search the web. But, this is a scam and you should not respond to them via email message or complete their registration form with your personal information.

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The Website anchorsurvey.com

The Website anchorsurvey.com

Here are fake email messages that will take you to the fake website anchorsurvey.com:

Congratulations!

Dear MN User,

You have been selected to take part in our anonymous survey! Complete this 30 second questionnaire, and to say "thank you", we'll offer you an exclusive product, $1000 Visa Gift Card, $1000 Walmart Gift Card, or iPhone 5s.


Congradulations!

Get Your $1,000 Walmart Gift Card!

Tell Us Your Mailing Information

First Name Last Name Address City State Zip Code

Email Address

Primary Phone

Yes No Earn cash to read emails, take surveys, redeem coupons, watch video commercials and search the web! $5 Signup Bonus to signup FREE today! *Confirm the request in your email from INBOXDOLLARS to get started and receive your Free Signup Bonus in your account.

Every day, scammers create these fake websites, like anchorsurvey.com, to trick persons into sending them their personal information, which they will later use to scam them.

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