GfK WISADwisad.co.uk
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    I was invited to take part in the Through your Letterbox survey. They have sent me invalid links, told me my password(which they sent me) was invalid so I couldn’t enter the site and failed to reply to my emails requesting help, although the instructions said to email if I was having problems. To add insult to injury I was informed that they were unable to help me as my email address (the one they always contact me on) does not exist! I’ve been a member of WISAD for years, and have contributed to GfK in other capacities but I’m thinking of giving up on them as they have so little respect for their contributors.

    by Carolyn Allcock / 4 months ago

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      Exactly the same with me. The links don’t work. Password invalid. Never reply to e-mails.

      by Barry Woolley / 1 week ago

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    Extremely poor management structure, bigoted uninfomrmed and in,collusion with clients producing ficticous reports thereby making a false reprentation of companies.

    by Bob / 1 year ago

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    WISAD stands for What I Say And Do. It’s a survey site open to UK residents. The surveys themselves don’t take terribly long to complete – about 10-15 minutes. It usually takes me 10 mins on average. There are no cash payments. You’re entered into a prize draw to win shopping vouchers. I’ve won a couple of times, £2 here, £5 here, all comes in handy.

    by Vula / 4 years ago

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