ClaimFreeRewards.com is a website that claims to gift you a $500 check in exchange for completing their Unemployment Survey on consumer related issues.
If you read further on their website, you see that this $500 check will be issued to you not only in exchange for completing the survey, but also for completing the 13 required sponsorship offers, meeting their eligibility requirements, and even then only after you properly follow their redemption instructions.
The Unemployment Survey honestly tells you in their Terms & Conditions that they only way they can offer you any gifts in exchange for your survey info is because they sell your contact information to advertisers. This includes giving your phone number to telemarketers and giving them express permission to contact you even if you may be on the Federal “Do Not Call” list.
So is the Unemployment Survey a Scam?
I can’t say whether or not ClaimFreeRewards.com and the Unemployment Survey will honor their promise of a $500 check because I haven’t taken the survey. The truth is that once you give your information to this service, you will undoubtedly be completely swarmed by emails, phone calls, mail advertisements, and yes, even text message advertisements which will likely cost you money.
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There should also be a law against giving you a call from a telemarketer if you are on a "do not call" list.
The second reason is because I personally thought this was a real survey that would accommodate you for giving feedback.