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There is no cost to join the CPSC Consumer Opinion Forum, and by joining, you ... While we do collect your email address and certain demographic information, ...

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Where your opinion counts! At Consumer Opinion Institute you have the opportunity to influence future products and services by participating in survey research.

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MySurvey is a great way to work from home and earn extra money through paid online surveys. ... At MySurvey.com, consumer opinions count in a big way! ... premiere global provider of marketing information to major corporations worldwide.

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These insights ensure that our tests reflect how consumers actually use a product ... spend more than $27 million to test, rate, and review 8,000+ products and services. We have more than 140 testing and research experts who work in our home, ... Our annual auto owner satisfaction survey yields information on hundreds of ...

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American Consumer OpinionĀ® has over 6 million members worldwide who get paid to participate in ... Your opinions, information, and advice are confidential.

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Consumer Reports is a nonprofit organization providing unbiased product ratings and reviews. We put over 5000 products through rigorous testing each year.

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Consumer Opinion Services, Portland, Oregon. 2.1K likes. Paying the community for their valuable insight since 1960! COS keeps your information...

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Many of us start looking online, trusting that the rental sites give us good information. But what if they don't, and then charge for it? That's just what the FTC says ...