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October 28, 2010
ACS Survey - Or Something Else?
A reader forwards an e-mail from Harris Interactive, a marketing research firm that says that it's running a survey on membership in the American Chemical Society. The reason he sent it along, though, is that it looks rather odd. The subject line of the message is three lines of gibberish, and it offers $150 for participation, which seems rather high for a survey company sending out random emails.
If this is something the ACS has commissioned, well, they're (a) probably spending too much money on it, and (b) should realize that the message is triggering the mental spam filters of its recipients. And if it's not the ACS, then who the heck is it? Any ideas?
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