Filling out survey as marketing company sell you info as sales lead

United States
September 30, 2010 4:42am CST
Cash crate, fusion cash etc..... All these websites might be created by those marketing companies who is willing to sell your info to companies who might interest in selling your their products. Within a company marketing department, advertising and targeting potential sales lead is their goal. A marketing department might spend over $1000 to purchase unsorted sales lead from those marketing companies, usually 25,000 sales lead for around $1,200. Maybe majority of those sales lead information is waste of time, but they can be sorted to target a potential customer base. You just imagine what we are doing in fusion cash and cash crate. We simply make those marketing companies a big favor, and they won't even care if you care their promotional products or not.
2 responses
@academic2 (7011)
• Uganda
30 Sep 10
I agree, there are many scams out there today. You will need to be very careful as choose what to work with, have you checked out this one? it pays you a start of $50, another $20 for daily activities and $5 referral!
@owlwings (37713)
• Cambridge, England
30 Sep 10
Paybox.me is one of the biggest scams out. It simply exists to harvest your email address and other details.
@harry89 (2332)
• India
30 Sep 10
yea thats what all the companies r doing nowadays
• United States
1 Oct 10
Well, not only they sell those unrelated unsorted info as sales lead to companies which looking for prospective customers. They simply would pay you 1 cent of the dollar they made. And they won't need to contribute much effort of it.