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Jenzaa Reviews, Check Jenzaa Scam or Legit
Leah – Sep 19, 2020

I also just started receiving multiple emails from this company over the past week, offering different “cash” incentives like those listed by people before me. I have ignored them as clicking on any link in their email may unleash malware, allow hacking, or just let them know they reached a live email. Simply deleting their emails, if they are tracking the activity related to them, will tell them the mailbox is live (a tactic used by many retailers and marketing companies to see if people are reading emails sent out). Ever noticed if you don’t read emails you subbed to by actually opening it instead of viewing only in the reading pane, and suddenly six months of so later you stop getting their emails (they are tracking the activity and interaction), you opened it, you did not open it, you deleted it etc. I believe this is some sort of scam set up to look like a legitimate focus group (they do exist and selectively target participants depending on the client and product they are testing before going to market). This just appears to be an outright scam since times are hard right now for so many and it is tempting to accept quick cash. Delete the emails and empty your trash, (first block every email) that comes through as they come from a different address every time.

Courtney – Aug 17, 2020

I haven’t signed up for Jenzaa, but received an email telling me that a “$1,000 payment has been uploaded to Visa Gift Card” for me. Unsubscribing.

Lacey – Jul 28, 2020

This is getting a little ridiculous! I NEVER signed up to receive any kind/type of email from these people! I even unsubscribed two times & I’m still receiving them! What really makes me mad & irks me is that people know times are extremely hard right now with this virus & all of the protesting but yet they still want to scam & take advantage of people! That is really sad! Some people want to work soooo bad & they cannot due to this virus so they’re struggling but yet some ignorant no good low life people want to make matters worse by scamming them😡🤦‍♀️! Please excuse my language & the things I’m about to say but Karma is a bad b***h, what comes around goes around twice as hard! I really hope they stop these people!

Gary – Jul 19, 2020

Much like the reports above; telling me I have all types of cash and bonuses coming to me and asking to claim. Have received about six emails a day over the past week. I never signed up for for this filthy garbage and will not click on the claim box or even the unsubscribe button as it will only make it worse. I can only hope that everyone involved with this site contracts COVID and dies.

Noah – Jul 19, 2020

I have unsubscribed from over 50 emails from these jerks. They stop for a week or two and then they’re back. I never signed up for them. Be warned, if you click on the blue box, to claim what you will never receive, you have been hacked. These people need to be stopped.

Meghan – Aug 21, 2020

Never hit ‘unsubscribe’ from this type of email. That only lets them know that your email address is a good one and opens you up for more.

Alan – Jul 17, 2020

I keep receiving emails from this Jenzaa. When I email back, requesting more information, I am never sent a response. Does anyone know what really is this Jenzaa? Who started them and what is their actual line of business!

Linda – Sep 18, 2020

Their business is to scam people. Their origin is lies. Do not click on any links in their emails. Send their emails straight to spam/trash.

Lisa – Jul 14, 2020

Obviously a scam. Mine was about income from PayPal. My security system wouldn’t even let me unsubscribe saying it’s a dangerous site.

Amanda – Jun 26, 2020

Victim Location 94536

Type of a scam Sweepstakes/Lottery/Prizes

I have gotten several emails from Jenzaa

From prizes to winning money to jobs

So annoying

Robert – Jun 24, 2020

I have this email. Please see below. I’m unsubscribing so I cannot receive additional emails.

Mark – Sep 18, 2020

I wouldn’t click on anything. You don’t KNOW that is truly an unsubscribe. It only verifies that your email is real and they can keep spamming you. Sent their email straight where it belongs… in the Trash. You can tell your email to designate all their emails/domain as Spam and then you won’t see them anymore.

I’m convinced that some online stores, although legit retailers, either sell or allow our email addresses to be shared with these types of scammers. I bought some clothes online from a legit online retailer and within an hour I had a bunch of this kind of emails come in.

Gary – Jun 18, 2020

This is what I just received. I have received several emails from this “person/site”.

Hi **,

Well done! Thank you so much for your participation. We are please to inform you that you have completed enough steps to qualify for your first payment. This payment, up to $300.00, will be issued once you’ve completed the acceptance process provided for on the confirmation page.

Resource Type: Income
Eligibility: OpenWe look forward to assisting you in finding helpful information and resources that you might be interested in.

Sincerely,
Jenzaa Editor

You are receiving this message because you signed up to receive helpful information and resources from Jenzaa.com. If at anytime you no longer wish to receive these messages, please click here to unsubscribe.

Affiliate via
Jenzaa|*PaidParticipationRequired
251WOhioSt|ChicagoIL|60654
Click here to unsubscribe

Walter – Jun 12, 2020

Received an e-mail saying my payment for $300 was ready. I was not familiar with the name Jenzaa. As much as I would like to get $300, I didn’t click on the confirmation page. I suspect a scam
Below is the e-mail

Well done! Thank you so much for your participation. We are please to inform you that you have completed enough steps to qualify for your first payment. This payment, up to $300.00, will be issued once you’ve completed the acceptance process provided for on the confirmation page.Resource Type: IncomeEligibility: Open Proceed to ConfirmationWe look forward to assisting you in finding helpful information and resources that you might be interested in.Sincerely,Jenzaa EditorYou are receiving this message because you signed up to receive helpful information and resources from Jenzaa.com. If at anytime you no longer wish to receive these messages, please click here to unsubscribe.Affiliate viaJenzaa|*PaidParticipationRequired251WOhioSt|ChicagoIL|60654Click here to unsubscribe 

Marvin – Jun 09, 2020

I just received an email using my first name(Peter) only it was to my mom’s email and I’ve attached a picture of the email with a contact email address for the sender and the bottom mentioned something about affiliate link. [email protected] is the contact email.

Randy – Jun 07, 2020

Victim Location 48187

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

I received several emails from this address only showing to be from "Fred Sever" about a old check to me not cashed. Phishing scam I believe. June 7, 2020. I have never done business, or opened a site or other connection with this individual or company. Just started appearing.

Ramon – May 29, 2020

Victim Location 22030

Type of a scam Phishing

Here’s what Jenzaa just sent me via email:

Your PayPal rewards payment is ready to be sent to you. You must confirm your email address as well as answer a few short questions to clam your payment. Millions are claiming their funds during this window of opportunity.

Resource Type: Income

Eligibility: Open

Joseph – May 27, 2020

Victim Location 78655

Type of a scam Phishing

Multiple emails phishing personalized for me, although I never visit item website or subscribed. I’ve received three emails today alone, and it’s only noon.

Clayton – May 03, 2020

Victim Location 37645

Type of a scam Fake Check/Money Order

Phishing email and website.

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