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#395266 by Terminator5 Sat Aug 24, 2019 12:51 pm
MYSTERY SHOPPER SCAM


PineCone Research LLC, [email protected]



You have been selected as a Customer Service Evaluator to participate in our short 10-15 minutes paid research survey on WalMart stores in your area.

COMPENSATION: You will get paid $500.00 for each completed assignment.

You will visit the nearest WalMart store in your area to conduct your evaluation survey on their services for customer satisfaction standards, associate-skills, facility cleanliness and products testing.

As a survey panelist, you will act as a potential customer at the assigned WalMart store and conduct your survey on the efficiency and customer service of the store.

Complete the Sign Up form below >

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#395347 by Photosensitive Sun Aug 25, 2019 4:03 pm
There is a legitimate market research company of this name in the UK.
Website: https://www.pineconeresearch.co.uk
This is not the first time their name has been used by fraudsters!
Important Security Notice. Do not fall for Internet scams. Pinecone Research will never charge you money for participation, or ask you to cash a check, wire any money, be a “mystery shopper” or reveal any passwords, account numbers, personal identification numbers or similar sensitive information. All communications from us will be from the email address [email protected]. Be suspicious of any email that comes from a different address, or asks you to respond by clicking on a link within the email. Know also that email-sender addresses can be faked, so it's possible for an email that seems to have come from [email protected]. to be fraudulent. Always use common sense. If an invitation asks you to do anything related to money—for example, instructs you to send a check or other payment in any amount, or to wire money, or to provide or “confirm” passwords, account numbers, PINs or similar sensitive information, immediately exit that email and contact Pinecone Research directly to verify the invitation.

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