Consumer Insight Review

Consumer Insights sent an email to my school email saying they were recruiting students to work as mystery shoppers and they sent their website in the email. after I signed up for it, they sent me a mail with a check and instructions to what I should do, and I deposited the check, and it took one day for the funds to become available. Then I bought the gift cards as they asked me and then I sent them the gift cards and the evaluation form and two days after the check bounced.

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Name: Consumer Insight

Country: United States

State: California

City: Inglewood

Address:

Phone: 972-499-5028

Website: www.consumerinsight.us

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