Probe Market Research pmare(at)

EARN 200 DOLLARS… WOW, I CAN QUIT MY JOB! This came from Probe Market Research <>


Probe Market Research, a market research firm, is currently seeking individuals to act as customer-insight researchers, in various field market surveys within the United States.

Would you be interested in providing us with feed-back on your experience as a customer visitng businesses and franchises within your location in the United States? In doing so, you earn two hundred dollars for every customer-insight survey you conduct.

The customer-insight surveys are basic, can be completed in minutes, and can be conducted during your flexible hours. The number of surveys per week vary based on location.

Participation is free and at absolutely no cost to you. Also, no formal training is required.

If you are interested, reply for more details.

Thank you

Simon Dean
Probe Market Research
122 East 42nd Street,
Suite 1004
New York,
NY 10168

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Subject: 05/11 - We pay you to conduct surveys in your location

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  1. Much to my dismay, my mother has fallen victim to this. I have just today discovered that this has happened and am in the beginning stages of trying to help her recover some of what she has lost. I found your blog through a search of the companies name. Any information you might have related to this company or their practices would be greatly appreciated.

  2. Probe Research is a legitimate company. HOWEVER someone has used their name, address, phone number and email address to suck in victims. We got an email that said the company saw my husband’s profile on Career Builders. We haven’t found a way to get the money back, but we’ve filed a police report.

    1. Thank you for helping spread a word of caution about these types of messages! Based on the information listed within your original post, the message in question does appear to be a payment processing (shipping) scam. It also appears to be a spoof message designed to appear as if it came from a legitimate source or 3rd party company in order to lend it credibility.

      We recommend such messages be disregarded and any current or future correspondence attempts related to the message be ignored.

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