Shopper’s Voice Reviews – Legit or Scam?
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Shopper’s Voice, located at, is a new consumer research center, that allows you to “Speak your mind, Make a difference, and Win cash prizes” through their consumer product survey.

Their Online Shopper’s Voice Consumer Product Survey takes ten minutes to complete and is described as an “easy, free, fast, fun way” to give your insight and opinions to companies on your favorite products, and on what new products you would like to see.

Completing the survey makes you eligible for free samples, money saving coupons, special offers, and cash sweepstakes. It also results in free membership in the Shopper’s Voice consumer panel.

How Does It Work?

After you take the survey, you automatically become a member of the Shopper’s Voice consumer panel. If you complete the survey by mail, you will become a postal member, and if you complete the survey online, you become an online member.

After completing the survey, you will begin receiving “valuable offers” from companies based on your survey responses. You may also receive invitations to earn rewards from other companies for completing their surveys or offers.

Postal members that provide their email address will receive offers both through the mail and electronically, and online members that provide their home addresses can do the same.

The Concerns

Shopper’s Voice is not a market research company. Rather, they are a company that collects your personal information and then shares it with their partner companies, so that they can contact you with coupons, advertisements, and marketing offers.

Real market research companies get your personal information in order to provide you with surveys which earn you cash or rewards once you complete them. Instead, Shopper’s Voice collects your personal information in order to give it to companies who want to advertise to you.

If you are still interested in the special offers and possible coupons, just keep in the mind the volume of mail and email you are likely to receive from advertisers when you provide them with your contact info, and perhaps use a specific email for this purpose.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " Shopper's Voice Complaints " is 1.15 out of 5 based on 20 reviews.
  • Thought I was just entering to win a prize. Shame on Walmart for promoting this scam. Nancy
  • Intended to go to to do a survey for Papa Murphy's Pizza, which gives you $3 off on your next pizza.

    In my rush, got fooled when a google search for "papasurvey," offered me "," a linkd which took me to a page that imitated the papasurvey website. Cute.

    Need I say more about the apparent intentions of this website?
    • The link likely appeared as an ad at the top of the Google search results. It's ad. We're sorry you mistook it for the Papa Murphy's one.
  • I was trying to fill out a survey after a trip to WMT today. This crew looked like WMT survey. Shame Shame on these varmints.
  • ive never seen a thing from this company that promises samples, and giveaways. the same giveaway has been going on for months now. funny they respond to a comment on this thread but not the one where someone complains about them giving out peoples personal information
    • We're very upfront about collecting people's information for marketing purposes. It's in our Privacy Policy and in the opt-in statement on the registration page. If you don't like sharing your personal information, you are under no obligation to take our survey.

      You can also ask to have your personal information and survey answers removed from our database. Simply contact Consumer Care at [email protected]
  • Actually if you read the term and conditions it's actually stated there that they do release your information to their partner companies. By agreeing to fill out your information you are agreeing to those terms. That is why I didn't complete the sign-up sheet.
  • Just another unsolicited survey send by a tree killing money hungry company.

    My suggestion - If you get one of these paper surveys, don't actually fill it out but send it back anyways so they have to pay the postage on a survey they can't actually use. It will cost them money without providing a direct way to make profits. Of course, I like to write a little message on the survey like F... U or even a poem.

    Think about it - if a million people did this then the company would have to pay 1-20 cents per unusable survey and would have to pay $10,000 to $200,000 in postage for invalid surveys they can't use. Eventually they would have to close their doors due to losses.
    • I've read all the comments above and completely understand the concern about responding to the Shopper's Voice survey. As noted, we stopped mailing surveys in 2013. We only have the survey online. If you receive any survey purporting to be from Shopper's Voice, throw it out.

      We also don't mail cheques to people out of the blue. We recommend throwing it out. We communicate with sweepstakes winners and work with their bank to ensure that the legitimate cheque clears. Banks are correctly suspicious about large cheques, and unfortunately, fraud has impacted everyone.
    • Just got a check in the mail today October 19th.2016, $3850.00 it looks good. but I assume its a scam.
    • ...btw, It is October 2016 and received one in the mail as well. Interesting
    • Today is August 30, 2016, and I received a paper survey in the mail. IJS.
    • LOL - I just got a paper one - glad the shredder still works !!
    • If you stopped mailing them then why did I get a paper survey in my mailbox last week? I'm looking at it right now!
    • We stopped mailing the paper survey in 2013. It's only done online.
  • Well my mother wrote "f*** you" on the survey form and sent it back. Twelve weeks later were contacted by the Koch Brothers so do the math.
  • Since I completed one of your surveys, I have been inundated with requests for donations from a variety of charities. I assumed I would be sent coupons and/or free products, but discovered that my personal information was distributed widely without my consent. Please remove me from your distribution list and never contact me again. Thank you. Nancy Lee
    • same here.There was not a submit to click on

      Discontinue me please, maryfrn
    • Hi Nancy, I'm a reporter and I'm doing an article on these surveys and how the information is used. I'd be interested in hearing about your experience with this particular one. If you'd be willing to talk to me for my article, could you send me an email [email protected]
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