Cruise mobile application research - Los Angeles area

We're looking for a few cruisers who are interested in helping us learn more about your use of cruise related mobile applications. If you qualify for the study you'll need to be able to meet in person for 30-60 minutes near Sherman Oaks, Glendale or the Santa Monica area. You will receive a gift card for your time. 

 

Please complete the survey below for consideration: 

 

https://goo.gl/forms/jYVpk0JBuHfyZxkc2

 

Michael

8 Answers

We’ll be here for you when you’re ready for the Florida research! Big Smile

Lkewise for any Texas research!Happy

And you know theyre legitimate how?? looks like an ad to me...but to each his own....

Don't know if it is legitimate or not, but what would I lose if I take a survey?

Also, the screen name lends me to believe it is a CruiseLine or ShipMate employee -- if not, I would hope the mods delete the post.

 "Don't know if its legitimate or not...."  You're kidding right??Every single phishing scheme I have ever come across "looks legitimate"...and so, would you click on that if it turned up in your in box?  I used to delete the occasional ad I came across, after I did it the first time not so long ago and wondered if I did the right thing and was told, overwhelmingly, that I did...just so happened I came across em first.    So if I delete this one, and its legit, then the "powers that be" would restore it right???  That means they're vouching for it in some way.....who ever "they" are....

You are definitely correct on the idea of clicking on the link. Since the original post didn't actually pertain to me, I did not notice that there was a link involved.

You are correct that one should not click on a link, whether in an email or on a bulletin board, unless you are sure of the destination.

About a year ago, I got an email at work referring to a pay raise. The sender appeared to be from HQ, so I clicked on the link. It led me to a web page that contained a stern warning about clicking on suspicious links, authored by the IT department.

Ever since then, anytime HQ sends me a link, I forward the email to the IT department.Big Smile

Just out of curiosity, did you report it and it got restored?

Hey guys! Sorry for the confusion. I do work for Ship Mate and it should now reflect the moderator badge on the original post. 

 

Michael

That does help quite a bit -- ThanksHappy

My offer for Texas still stands!Big Smile

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