One of those scams that is hard to say no to, because if it's real (say a $1000 gift card or even $500 cash) it is definitely worth a try to see. But they just have you jumping through endless hoops gathering more and more of your data, telling you you're almost there.
And of course there are even testimonials that sound real. And there is also the risk of spyware getting on your computer. There's always just one more survey or offer to complete AND the deals, even if they are free, you have to submit a credit card for shipping, and on monthly sipping items, you can wind up making a lot of calls to have those charges removed, you may even have to cancel your card. Once you realize the scam, you won't believe how clogged your email will become, to the point where you need to change your email!
And they call you at home: early am, on Sundays, hang up calls, incredibly loud voicemails. Don't fall for it.
Review about: National Consumer Center Advertisement.
Reason of review: Not as described.