OP Did they deactivate you yet? They should in my opinion.
I took the survey with no problem just as I would for any other MSC. The survey wasn't hard and It gave me a chance to express my opinion. It took 5 minutes, quit being ridiculous about being paid for it. I bet you wouldn't have posted this about any other MSC.
Those 5 minutes can be better spent than doing a survey. I completely agree with catlassy. I don't do them for any MSC.
"They're trying to make their company better FOR US - that's what the entire survey was about."
I said I did not mind doing surveys-- but I rarely do them for anyone- including MF. I think it is nervy for a company to use my info to make more $$ and not compensate me for my time............I dont work for free.... if others do- that is fine. If you think they give a rat's patootie about "making things better for US" I think this naive.
PROFIT- that is what business is about. If you happen to benefit- it is a sidebar to them. Its not inherently "evil" -
but that is their nature to make as much money and pay shoppers as little as possible.
Q: Do MS companies pay you as MUCH as the can?? OR as little as possible?
@Sentry Marketing wrote:
Hi everyone. I hope you are having a great weekend.
I'm dropping in to respond to a few points about our survey.
- The survey is 100% voluntary.
- We sent out over 80,000 invitations.
- There is and never will be a penalty for not responding.
- We won't be providing payment for completing the survey.
- We don't sell any of the collected information. This information is for Sentry use only.
- We did not claim the survey was anonymous. It's not.
It's disappointing that our intentions were interpreted as nefarious by some. The information we've collected from past surveys has been instrumental in several important policies and procedure changes. Our team understands that we have room for improvement and the views of our shoppers play an important role in our process improvement plans.
I don't expect this post to change anyone's view. Simply, I wanted to provide some context for those readers who would like to hear both sides of an issue.
Thanks for listening.