If you’re a CVS customer, beware of a new scam making the rounds. This scam targets CVS customers and claims they are eligible to receive a free CVS gift card, free reward points, or some other valuable present.
Of course, there’s no such thing as a free lunch, and if you fall for this scam, you’ll give away your personal information to criminals. So how can you protect yourself?
Here’s what you need to know about the CVS Survey Scam:
The scam starts with an unsolicited email or text message that appears to be from CVS.
The message claims that CVS is conducting a customer satisfaction survey, and you’re eligible to receive a gift card if you participate.
The message includes a link to a fake CVS website, where you’re asked to provide personal information such as your name, address, and credit card number.
If you are receiving this message, don’t follow the hyperlink! Delete the message immediately. CVS will never send unsolicited messages asking for personal information, and they will never offer gifts to participate in a survey.
This scam is designed to take your personal data. Please do not fall for it!
About CVS Pharmacy
CVS Pharmacy is a large pharmacy chain in the United States. It offers a variety of goods for the home, including drinks, cosmetics, health, and beauty products. CVS also has a pharmacy section that provides prescription services and holiday decorations. In recent years, CVS has added minute clinics to its stores. These clinics offer treatment for common illnesses and minor injuries. CVS plans to add more minute clinics in the future.
Some people have reported receiving emails that appear to be from CVS Pharmacy. These emails claim that the recipient has won a $1000 gift card from CVS. The email includes a link to click on to claim the prize. However, this is a scam! CVS is not giving away $1000 gift cards. If you get this email, don’t click the link. Remove the email but do not respond to it. CVS is aware of this scam and is working to stop it.
Final Thoughts on Cvs Survey Scam
CVS pharmacies are a popular target for scammers. In this latest scam, fraudsters send their intended recipients a stream of fake emails that imitate “Deals” from reputable shops. By saying they are entitled to gift cards, free reward points, or other valued rewards, this scam targets customers of CVS pharmacies.
If you receive an email like this, do not click on any links or enter personal information. CVS will never send you an unsolicited email asking for your personal information. If you have any concerns, you can contact CVS customer service directly.
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