Consumerproductsusa.com specializes in deceptive marketing practices and offers users various free gifts, including $100 Amazon, eBay, Visa, and Walmart gift cards for completion of online surveys. However, the site does not disclose several important details about these deals and asks users to provide sensitive information, including their names, phone numbers, home addresses, dates of birth, gender, and other data.
Once users create the account on Consumerproductsusa.com and provide personal data, they are not given the promised gift cards but instead are asked to complete "deals" on affiliated sites. Each of these must include a purchase or a subscription for various goods or/and services. Additionally, users cannot enroll themselves in receiving another reward for 1 or 2 years, depending on the prize claimed. There is no proof the gift will be provided in the first place.
|Type||Survey scam website|
|Aim||To gather various personal information from users, share it with third-parties and later use it for promotional campaigns (monetization via advertisements); make users visit websites that ask for sensitive information|
|Decepors||Various personal and anonymous data is tracked and shared with third-parties|