Thanks, I appreciate the assurances that in this case at least, someone is not using the government's name to swindle me. At any rate, I think I'm going to wait for them to send me the paper survey (something in me still feels safer with hard copies of these things than submitting all this info online).
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there must be a number to call. you can look that up
Trev, Kent Southeast UK
How can you know that you can't unless you have tried and failed. Join the 10 minute exercising challenge and get exercising. See what you are made of by joining the 10k steps day challenge.
No, I have not heard of this. The best thing to do is call on it because if it is a fake they will televise it on the news so no one gets duped especially the elderly who start to be vulnerable to things like that. Please call and find out. Thanks :)
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It sounded odd to me so I did a google search for "American Community Survey" and found this: www.census.gov/acs/www/ Maybe this will help.
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I just got mail from the US Census Bureau about an American Community Survey which I was supposedly selected to complete, and am required to by law. Although it looks rather official, I'm frankly not sure whether to believe it or if it seems more like a scam--kind of sad that I should be so skeptical. Has anyone else received or heard about this? Thanks for any info.
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