Fake Google Chrome Questionnaire or Survey at Website - "www.winrewardstoday.com"

If you are asked to complete Google Chrome Questionnaire or survey at the website: "winrewardstoday.com", please do not participate, because it is a trick to get online users to purchase products, services, complete questionnaires or surveys, by pretending to offer them rewards which are actual advertisements. The fake Chrome Opinion Survey or Questionnaire is not associated with Google and the website that displays the survey will receive compensation for the products or services that they have tricked online users into purchasing.

Fake Google Chrome Questionnaire or Survey at Website - www.winrewardstoday.com

The main purpose of the fake survey is to make online users think they will get a reward for taking it, but the rewards shown at the end of the survey are advertisements that the people who have created the survey will get paid for, once the online users purchase the products or services that are being advertised.

So, the website "www.winrewardstoday.com" should not be visited because it cannot be trusted. And, the claim make by the website, which states that they want to know your opinion on the latest version of Chrome and is offering € 50 or more to the first 500 users who complete the survey, is another scam to trick internet users into completing the surveys.

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  • January 15, 2019 at 12:38 PM by an anonymous user from: Bangkok, Thailand


    And if we fill out everything that he ordered.

    What should I do?

    Very worried, afraid of causing the family to suffer.

    Please answer


    • January 15, 2019 at 1:20 PM by info

      If you did give your credit card information, online account credentials, or other sensitive information, then there is no need to be worried. Just be careful going forward.

  • March 16, 2016 at 6:20 AM by info

    Received the following from an anonymous user via email:


    This morning without anything on my phone a page opened telling me that I could have a iphone 6 if I correctly answered four questions before time runs out. as it was a quiz: who founded Google? in which year? where the head office and what is the subsidiary of Google. These messages came from a marked winrewardstoday website.

    He asks after putting an email address and paying a euro. Things I did not. It would be good that we can get rid of these false pubs but how.

    Thank you to know this to anyone who could receive this type of email."

  • March 7, 2016 at 8:24 AM by an anonymous user from: London, England, United Kingdom

    The latest version (07 March 2016) Claims to be from Google and Sky.

    Four Google questions correctly answered - though I am certain 0/0 would still be fine - tell you have 'won' an i-Pad, i-Phone etc, you will have to send £5 shipping within 2 days to secure your prize. You will also have to accept membership to the Google Membership Rewards

    If you look at the bottom of the 'I have read the rules etc' boxes you see you are actually signing up for a draw that cost £69 every month, there is no mention of a way out and as they will have your CC details (no PayPal) I guess it will be pretty costly before you ever stop these b******s from milking you.

  • February 11, 2016 at 10:12 PM by an anonymous user from: Wakefield, New Brunswick, Canada

    It's good that it happened on my phone, so I couldn't do it. Thank you for warning me, the survey came up as an ad too.

  • February 10, 2016 at 5:31 AM by an anonymous user from: London, England, United Kingdom

    Got sent a winrewardstoday offer telling me I had won iPhone 6. Looked genuine. Checked online and found this to confirm my suspicions, that it is a scam.

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