Just wasted a lot of time on the phone with these people who promise a $100 gift card at one of several stores (Target, Walmart, etc.) for being a good customer. Already sounds suspicious. They call themselves Smart Shoppers. The cost is $4.95 for shipping (a gift card could be emailed for free).
I asked for info re: the company, a website to look at, to talk to a supervisor, etc. and got nothing. Either you give them your CC info or forget it. They called me but did not have my name or address. There is no logic to what they are doing except to get their hands on your CC information and name and address.
They played a series of offers that were recorded that I could have said "yes" to--mostly questions about having taken prescription drugs with negative outcomes. They could have a ambulance chasing lawyers as clients. I said "no" to all offers because they did not apply. This is the only possible legitimacy I can see to their call.
There has to be a reason they persist after all my no responses.
I asked for their phone number, address, location (was told Phoenix).
Tazi280 wrote the review because of "scam" at Smart Shoppers. Reviewer claimed that he or she wants Smart Shoppers to read this review and look into the issue (if any).
The most disappointing in user's experience was lack of willingness of marketer, rude marketer, felt scammed and preyed on elderly. The author asks this business to immediately contact him/ her to briefly discuss his/ her negative experience with the company.