The "Browser Opinion Survey Samsung Galaxy Note for $2" Scam

If you are asked to complete the "Browser Opinion Survey Samsung Galaxy Note for $2" please do not participate in it. This is because the fake survey 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 survey may also take online users to phishing websites that steal credit card information and personal information.

The Browser Opinion Survey Samsung Galaxy Note for $2 Scam

I live in Toronto and was hit with the Browser Opinion Survey with an offer of a Samsung Galaxy Note for $2. I answered the survey but stopped short of providing my credentials and credit card information as I sensed a problem. Remember, if it seems too good to true, it is usually is.

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The "Browser Opinion Survey Samsung Galaxy Note for $2" Scam