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Scam Ad

  • by: Shanishani
  • #52062
  • Nov 3, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Offering $1000 Giftcard on my cell phone got my Email address and nameHome Adress. Later on I found out that Walmart has nothing to do with this promotion.
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This scam keeps interfering with

  • by: hmccarl
  • #51638
  • Oct 20, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
The scam says you can unsubscribe but this is a lie for weeks after requesting to unsubscribe it keeps popping us


  • by: Cheatedveteran
  • #51637
  • Oct 19, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
I received an offer from to receive many free samples if I completed an exaustive survey. At the completion of this I was blocked by the accused and refusedy promised samples.
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Won Wal-Mart $1000 Gift Card

  • by: Sickof
  • #51554
  • Oct 12, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Receive an email saying that I had won a $1000 Walmat gift card. ALL I had to do was take a survey that would take a few min. Well those min ended up being a good 20 min until I got to the last survey and it was this one that I'm reporting. Click start and nothing happening. At end of survery. Answer all question. Things that are suppose to be FREE, always have a S/H charge and it's so high. Not to mention the 3rd party calls you will start to get. The personal question that are ask for something on an item that you supposedly have won. What me owing a home are what my income is have to do with something that a person has won. But still after a person does all this you can't complete the survey do to the offer is really to get your info for 3rd partys. Receiving calls as I'm typing this report. Scam
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Is it Really Google ???

  • by: NoScamMe
  • #51479
  • Oct 8, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Window opened. Looked like Official Google
Sponsored site. Giving choice of 3 gifts: $1000 or iPhone or Android.
Answer 3 Questions (Very simple ones so
everyone is promised a gift.) Mine was $1000
Gift Card.
Then you’re asked questions that show they’re qualifying you for certain advertising
& product sales to you. I don’t know if Questions ever stop. I answered approx. 30,
with more personal questions being thrown in. It goes quickly, hoping you’ll provide your income, interests, etc.
As this progresses, you are probably asked
details of bank accounts, credit cards, and
possibly asked for some type of payment or professing fee.
They are using our curiosity, trust in Google, willingness to receive something for nothing,
basically, our greed Against us.
As we all should learn, If it looks/sounds too good to be true, then it probably IS too good to be true.

Just Don’t Even Answer First Question.

Close the Window. This Is NOT Google!
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I believe they have stolen my identity

  • by: Salserono1
  • #51472
  • Oct 8, 2018
  • Monetary Loss: $0
Money taken out of my account
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