by Colleen

I clicked on free questionaire, it sent me an email to confirm address then said thank you for answering questions. What questions? Is this some scam to get my email address?

Hi Colleen The questions were the ones you must have answered on the questionnaire. An email is sent afterwards to thank you for doing the questionnaire. It then asks permission to send you information via email. So no it's not a scam, the email address is only needed to send info, this stops after a month. We would only have your email address if you had given permission for it's use. Take care Wray

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