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Youve Been Selected from the Region to take Part in our Annual Visitor Survey Scam

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Youve Been Selected from the Region to take Part in our Annual Visitor Survey Scam

The advertisement below: "You’ve been selected from the - region to take part in our annual visitor survey", is a fake. If it pops up on your computer screen, please close the popup window and do not take the survey.

Please continue below.

The Fake Advertisement Survey Scam

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Youve Been Selected from the Region to take Part in our Annual Visitor Survey Scam

Congratulations!

You’ve been selected from the <removed> region to take part in our annual visitor survey.

This will only take 30 seconds of your time and will enhance user experience. Upon completion you will have the opportunity to get a Macbook Air®, a Galaxy S4®, or an iPhone 5®.

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The message claims that you have an opportunity to win Macbook Air, Galaxy S4, or an IPhone 5, if you complete a survey.

If you complete the survey, you will be redirected to another advertisement or taken to an ecommerce website offering you products to buy.  You will not receive any of the products the advertisement claims that you have a chance to win.

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  • Posted: Nov 12, 2014 by an anonymous user from or near: Whangaparaoa, Auckland, New Zealand

    I took this "Annual Visitor Survey" looking like it was from my bank so I trusted it.

    I am a little surprised that I DID receive the product of Health Beauty Product for $10.67 post and packaging on 7/10/2014. But I also received Health Beauty Product for $115.62 on 20/10/2014 and then Health Beauty Product for $129.97 on 5/11/2014.

    I will cancel ALL internet use of my Debit card until I next need it, hoping that these charges will stop before then. Otherwise I need to cancel my Debit card and get a new Debit card.

    Today I saw Annual Visitor Survey from "bank".co.nz and also "wises.maps.com". I did not select a product. I was looking for the "Health Beauty Product" so I could cancel the "subscription" but this is not possible.

    delete


    • Posted: Nov 12, 2014 by info

      I would recommend contacting your bank and cancelling the card immediately.

      delete


  • Posted: Nov 14, 2013 by an anonymous user from or near: Santa Barbara, California, United States

    Saw this same message popup on computer reboot ( Automatic update I believe). I'm very surprised since I'm very careful about what I download and the sites I visit.

    delete


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