How Online Customer Survey works
Due to the lack of information about this company on its website, it’s hard to say much about these guys. That’s the first red flag. So, we’ll simply recount our experience: After signing up for an account on their website, we got a confirmation email—but it wasn’t from Online Customer Survey. It was from “Valued Opinions,” which, as it turns out, is an alias for OCS.
That’s red flag number two. Once we confirmed our email address on the site, a sign up form for a Wal-Mart gift card appeared. It appeared the only way to access the rest of the site was to fill out a form with several fields of personal information. That’s red flag number three. We finally were able to back out of the page, only to realize we were no longer on the original OCS site. Not great.
Benefits of Online Customer Survey include:
None that we can tell. From what we’ve seen we wouldn’t work with these folks. Just our opinion.
Drawbacks of joining Online Customer Survey include:
- Lots of ads. Require you to sign up for offers to access site.
- No FAQs or contact info. This is a big red flag. Have questions? Need help? Sorry, you’re out of luck.
- No 3rd party site warning. It’s hard to keep track of whether you’re on the Online Customer Survey site or a third-party site.
- Alias name. After signing up to join “Online Customer Survey” we got a confirmation email from “Valued Opinions.
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