salesperson.net Fake Survey Emails

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salesperson.net Fake Survey Emails

A salesperson.net Fake Survey Email

Date: Sep 5, 2020, at 12:16 PM

From: andrew@salesperson.net



Hi,

I am in receipt of your message. Yes, you can proceed to complete the survey task and kindly ensure you send me the feedback report alongside the pictures of the gift cards once done.

Thank You.

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