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Is this legit? "office services user satisfaction survey".

Discussion in 'Microsoft Office' started by Mz Berry, Feb 4, 2010.

  1. Mz Berry

    Mz Berry Flightless Bird

    I use Vista Professional and Office 2007. I received this survey request in
    an email from " Microsoft Services Survey [invite@decipherinc.com]. When I
    clicked on the link: http://t2.ktrmr.com/surveyh.aspx?i.project, etc., the
    tab had a BLANK LABEL and the survey started without any welcome, logos, etc.
    It just jumped into the first question. I cannot believe this is
    legitimate, and worry that other people are going to 'take the survey',
    thereby providing personal use info (or whatever they are asking) to unknown
    entities. Does anyone know about this?
    It sure felt creepy and totally unprofessional.
     
  2. JoAnn Paules [MVP]

    JoAnn Paules [MVP] Flightless Bird

    I don't know if it's legit or not but if you aren't certain, delete it.

    --
    JoAnn Paules
    MVP Microsoft [Publisher]
    Tech Editor for "Microsoft Publisher 2007 For Dummies"



    "Mz Berry" <MzBerry@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:09C239A1-BD5C-436F-B36B-BAA7A85FC6C8@microsoft.com...
    >I use Vista Professional and Office 2007. I received this survey request
    >in
    > an email from " Microsoft Services Survey [invite@decipherinc.com]. When
    > I
    > clicked on the link: http://t2.ktrmr.com/surveyh.aspx?i.project, etc., the
    > tab had a BLANK LABEL and the survey started without any welcome, logos,
    > etc.
    > It just jumped into the first question. I cannot believe this is
    > legitimate, and worry that other people are going to 'take the survey',
    > thereby providing personal use info (or whatever they are asking) to
    > unknown
    > entities. Does anyone know about this?
    > It sure felt creepy and totally unprofessional.
     
  3. Steve Rindsberg

    Steve Rindsberg Flightless Bird

    In article <09C239A1-BD5C-436F-B36B-BAA7A85FC6C8@microsoft.com>, Mz Berry wrote:
    > I use Vista Professional and Office 2007. I received this survey request in
    > an email from " Microsoft Services Survey [invite@decipherinc.com]. When I
    > clicked on the link: http://t2.ktrmr.com/surveyh.aspx?i.project, etc., the
    > tab had a BLANK LABEL and the survey started without any welcome, logos, etc.
    > It just jumped into the first question. I cannot believe this is
    > legitimate, and worry that other people are going to 'take the survey',
    > thereby providing personal use info (or whatever they are asking) to unknown
    > entities. Does anyone know about this?
    > It sure felt creepy and totally unprofessional.


    Thanks for mentioning it. I've no idea whether it's legitimate or not; if it
    asks for personal information, certainly anything beyond name, address, possibly
    phone number, it's almost surely bogus.

    Simple rule to surf by: If it looks/sounds/smells off, leave.

    You don't owe anyone your information. It's up to anyone asking for it to
    satisfy you that their request is legitimate.
     
  4. Ben M. Schorr, MVP

    Ben M. Schorr, MVP Flightless Bird

    Doesn't look legit to me, I'd skip it.

    --
    -Ben-
    Ben M. Schorr, MVP
    Roland Schorr & Tower
    http://www.rolandschorr.com
    http://www.officeforlawyers.com/outlook.html
    Author: The Lawyer's Guide to Microsoft Outlook 2007:
    http://tinyurl.com/ol4law-amazon

    "Mz Berry" <MzBerry@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:09C239A1-BD5C-436F-B36B-BAA7A85FC6C8@microsoft.com...
    > I use Vista Professional and Office 2007. I received this survey request
    > in
    > an email from " Microsoft Services Survey [invite@decipherinc.com]. When
    > I
    > clicked on the link: http://t2.ktrmr.com/surveyh.aspx?i.project, etc., the
    > tab had a BLANK LABEL and the survey started without any welcome, logos,
    > etc.
    > It just jumped into the first question. I cannot believe this is
    > legitimate, and worry that other people are going to 'take the survey',
    > thereby providing personal use info (or whatever they are asking) to
    > unknown
    > entities. Does anyone know about this?
    > It sure felt creepy and totally unprofessional.
     

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