Free £10 Amazon Gift Voucher for completing their online survey (invite only)
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Free £10 Amazon Gift Voucher for completing their online survey (invite only)

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Found 12th Sep 2017
Worth checking your email for this freebie.

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Looks like a scam to me...

1. "Limited time... Click the link below"
2. Two lines left at the top of text.
3. Not addressed to anybody in particular.
4. Grammatical error where it mentions the "£10 gift certificates" (plural rather than singular)
Edited by: "Eden0032" 12th Sep 2017
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Looks like a scam to me...

1. "Limited time... Click the link below"
2. Two lines left at the top of text.
3. Not addressed to anybody in particular.
4. Grammatical error where it mentions the "£10 gift certificates" (plural rather than singular)
Edited by: "Eden0032" 12th Sep 2017
dodgy english imo
Sounds dodgy
I completed the survey months ago but it was for £5 , the wording is exactly the same and it was a company called abolutdata carrying out the survey for Amazon. All genuine and i received the voucher code.
scam
Link takes me to my amazon account , no survey for me or £10
Hope i get one-what would be the scam?? They've already got your email addy to send it to you.
Not a scam. They don't ask you any personal information. I got the email. But didn't qualify.
Just check where the email came from. If it ends @amazon.co.uk then you know it's not a scam
pinkchick19871 h, 42 m ago

Just check where the email came from. If it ends @amazon.co.uk then you …Just check where the email came from. If it ends @amazon.co.uk then you know it's not a scam


That's not actually the case. It's pretty easy to email people and make it look like it comes from a domain you don't own. You would need to analyse the entire email header.
Eden00324 h, 46 m ago

Looks like a scam to me...1. "Limited time... Click the link below"2. Two …Looks like a scam to me...1. "Limited time... Click the link below"2. Two lines left at the top of text. 3. Not addressed to anybody in particular.4. Grammatical error where it mentions the "£10 gift certificates" (plural rather than singular)

There's no grammatical error. It mentions "customers" would receive "certificates". Plural customers plural certificates. Simple!
From_the_Midlands25 m ago

There's no grammatical error. It mentions "customers" would receive …There's no grammatical error. It mentions "customers" would receive "certificates". Plural customers plural certificates. Simple!

Simples!
From_the_Midlands2 h, 11 m ago

There's no grammatical error. It mentions "customers" would receive …There's no grammatical error. It mentions "customers" would receive "certificates". Plural customers plural certificates. Simple!

Guess I missed the plural "customers".

Still, the other 3 points are valid, plus the email alternates between "certificates" and "cards", not professional in my opinion.

If I had received the email, I would not have clicked the link even if it was from an address with an amazon.co.uk domain.
MSK.7 h, 24 m ago

That's not actually the case. It's pretty easy to email people and make …That's not actually the case. It's pretty easy to email people and make it look like it comes from a domain you don't own. You would need to analyse the entire email header.

I've never seen a spam email that didn't come from some dodgy looking email! Good to know though.
I did this survey a month ago and got £10 code
AnnaMak14th Sep 2017

I did this survey a month ago and got £10 code


who was it from exactly and what was the subject line? I search "Amazon" and I have over 1000 emails.
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