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I'm concerned about privacy issues. Should I worry about this?
Posted by SurveyClub Support on 28 January 2007 05:31 PM
As long as you stick to the "legitimate" market research companies, such as SurveyClub and our partners listed in our Special Report, you will not have a problem in this regard. For one simple reason ...

Market research companies know that people like you are the lifeblood of their business. They are usually paid by large corporations to conduct surveys on their behalf, but without consumers like you to take their surveys they would be out of business in a hurry. It's simple economics.

For this reason, the market research companies take consumers' privacy very seriously. If word got out that a certain market research company was misusing a consumer's personal information or violating their privacy in other ways, they wouldn't be in business very long.

Generally you'll be asked to provide basic information about where you live, what you do for a living, etc. in order to build your personal "profile". This is market research companies know which surveys to send you. But you never have to provide any information you are not comfortable giving out.

Each company has their own specific privacy policy, and if you are curious or concerned about a specific companies' policy you can read it at their website. Here at SurveyClub we do not, have not, and will not ever give your personal information to anyone. For more information please see our Privacy Policy.
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