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Tesco Customer Satisfaction Survey Scam

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Tesco Customer Satisfaction Survey Scam

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Tesco customers, please beware of the Tesco "Customer Satisfaction Survey" scam below, which claims that Tesco will add £60 or £80 credit to your account for taking part in the survey. The fake survey will ask you some questions regarding Tesco, but will then ask for your personal and financial information, which the scammers behind it will use to steal your money.

Remember, never submit your financial information, like your credit card details, on a survey. And, if a survey asks you for your financial information, please quit the survey immediately.

The Fake or Phishing Tesco Customer Satisfaction Survey

Collect a £80 reward!

Thank you for agreeing to take part in our customer satisfaction survey. The survey contains a few questions and your feedback will help us improve the service we provide.

The answers and feedback you provide are passed to our Customer Satisfaction team for analysis to help us understand how our customers are feeling and to help improve the service we provide

To collect your reward you must complete after which you will be asked to submit your personal information.

Go to the survey

The link in the fake "Tesco Customer Satisfaction Survey" will take the recipients to the following fake Tesco website:

  • http://555077.com/tesco.html

On the fake website, they will be asked to take the following fake Tesco survey:

Fake Tesco Website 555077.com

If you have already submitted your information on the fake website or taken the survey, please contact your bank and let them know that you have submitted your credit card information on a phishing website.

Note: Some of the names, addresses, email addresses, telephone numbers or other information in samples on this website may have been impersonated or spoofed.

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Tesco Customer Satisfaction Survey Scam