- Report: #114073
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Complaint Review: E-market Research
E-market Researchemarketresearchgroup.com Internet U.S.A.
E-market Research Groupe - market Research RipOff You take a survey you're promised an expensive gift they trick you into buying from two major companies you never get your gift Internet
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After the survey is completed, you are tricked into buying into a club or purchasing some expensive item. YOu have to give your credit card to them in advance.
The companies that you have to choose from is Blockbuster Rentals or Columbia DVD club & etc.
After I purchased my two items, I clicked on the $500 credit card you are suppose to receive from Bank of America. This never happened.
I called Blockbuster's customer service desk & they claim they have nothing to do with this marketing survey.
This can't be true, because I am now renting from them by paying approx. $20.00 a month that I never wanted to do. I wanted my $500 card, so I was swindled!
Don't do it, unless you want to purchase these products. I don't beleive you'll ever get your gifts promised to you!
Kansas City, Missouri
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