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These survey scams have been around for at least a year, becoming crazy popular with Facebook in particular. This is not news by any stretch of the imagination.
Fraudsters have exploited excitement over this week's launch of Call of Duty: Black Ops as a theme for online scams. Supposed cracks for the eagerly awaited first-person shooter actually take gamers through a variety of shonky online surveys, warns GFI Security researcher Chris Boyd. The surveys falsely offer iPads and …
What is amazing is the responses here. One idiot thinks the surveys are legitimate and questions the value while another equates it to the completely different Nigerian scams.
This survey crap has been around for a lot more than a year and still sucks in idiots looking to get pirated or free stuff. Fools that fall for it get what they deserve in the end.
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