I got a Matthews Surveys text message that came in today from 602-671-0014 and went as follows: "Hi, this is Beth, at Matthews Surveys. You have been randomly selected for a survey by text instead of calling. To begin are you (name redacted)?" My response: "Hi Beth. To prevent a possible phishing attempt, please provide me with your company's website, contact information (phone number and email). Thank you. Their response: Thanks for your time. Have a nice day. So I'm going with this as a phishing attempt. If you're a legitimate company, you should have no issue providing this to your "customers".
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