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Phone: (503) 225-1202 Fax: (503) 225-1200 111 SW 5th Ave Ste 1600, Portland, OR 97204
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This company offers software and instructions to create, gather, publish and view the results of custom surveys.
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Business ManagementMr. Zander Lurie, CEO Mr. Chris Finley, Chief Operating Officer Mr. Ross Moser, VP Customer Operations Mr. Mark Muse, Customer Operations Manager
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Alternate Business NamesSurveyMonkey Inc
On June 21, 2012, SurveyMonkey.com notified BBB that a company called Mystery Shopper has been using SurveyMonkey.com's company name and address to lure consumers into a counterfeit check-cashing scheme. SurveyMonkey.com states the phone numbers listed in the scheme's correspondence do not belong to them, and the counterfeit checks that are being sent to consumers do not have the company's name on them. If consumers have received these counterfeit checks, they are encouraged to report their experience to their local state Attorney General's office.
On August 23, 2013, SurveyMonkey.com notified BBB that its company name and logo are being used on coupons not endorsed by SurveyMonkey.com. The company states the counterfeit coupons claim to be powered by SurveyMonkey.com or provided in exchange for responding to a survey; the coupons tend to be for fast food restaurants, nutritional supplement discounts and Visa gift cards. The company states while it does allow its users to offer their own coupons tied to their surveys, SurveyMonkey.com itself does not provide coupons to survey respondents. The company states if a coupon has the SurveyMonkey.com name or logo but is redeemable at another company, it is not legitimate.