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"www.favorsurvey.com" and "www.start-quiz.com" are Scamming Websites Created by Scammers

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"www.favorsurvey.com" and "www.start-quiz.com" are Scamming Websites Created by Scammers

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The website: "www.favorsurvey.com" and "www.start-quiz.com," which claims that you need to just watch video, do surveys and get money for it, is another scamming website created by cyber-criminals. The website operators make money when they trick their users into watching videos and doing surveys, but they will never pay their users. The claims that you will get $14 for doing a survey, $15 to your account for each involved partner, and get 20% from your partner's earnings, are bogus.

Although the websites "www.favorsurvey.com" and "www.start-quiz.com" look differently, they belong to the same scammers.

The Fraudulent Website: "www.favorsurvey.com" and "www.start-quiz.com"

www.start-quiz.com

www.favorsurvey.com

Advertising companies want to know people's opinion about their products and have current statistics regularly. So they pay us to create surveys and we pay you to do them. They get your opinion and you get money.

You need just watch video, do surveys and get money for it. You will get $14 to your account for each survey you've done. It won't take much time and you will always know about the world’s best brands and new things.

For your convenience we made the best affiliate program in the Internet. We are interested in your friends and colleagues for the most exact statistic. So we offer you the following:

Your get $14 for doing a survey
Get $15 to your account (for each involved partner)
Get 20% from your partner's earnings.

Otherwise from the thousands of complaints that we have received about "www.favorsurvey.com" and "www.start-quiz.com," the websites should not be trusted because they do not provide a secure connection on their registration pages or other sensitive pages, which is used to secure information like your email address and password, when it is sent from your computer to their website. A secure website starts with "https", instead of the standard unsecured "http".

Every legitimate website that deals with personal or financial information must have a secure connection (https://) that is used to protect its users information when it is transmitted over the internet. Remember, always research a website before registering with it.

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  • December 19, 2015 at 6:32 PM by an anonymous user from Mexico City, Mexico

    unitquiz.com has the same scheme. They did ask for a paypal account during signup, though.

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  • September 29, 2015 at 1:18 PM by an anonymous user from Candela, Apulia, Italy

    And so strange that they did not ask for any account number for PayPal; then wonder how it would be possible to send money to my account.

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  • September 12, 2015 at 6:04 PM by an anonymous user from Papeete, Iles du Vent, French Polynesia

    Can you provide a solution to block the site following our registration? This will certainly be useful for all .. Thank you.

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