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gothicnaturefreak

Do health insurance companies give out surveys through panels?

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gothicnaturefreak

I just got a survey through mypoints, it was supposedly from the same health insurance company I have. It said they wanted to hear feedback from members, it asked for my name, member number, and email address. And after submitting it ended. Which is weird cause I thought I was going to be answering questions. I got credited points. But I can't help but wonder if I just made a mistake. I was reluctant to give that info at first but decided to try going for it. I wouldn't think a trusted site would let any fraudulent type of surveys go through but you never know. Who knows how far they screen stuff or if they even really check. I'm thinking of contacting my health insurance just to be sure, I already sent a message to mypoints so now I'm waiting for them to reply. 

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nj07208

I would think if your health insurance company wanted feedback from their members, they would email you directly.  It's odd for a survey to want your real membership number.

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NFriday

I did a market research thing last April for Humana Part D drug plan.  They were looking for people who had that drug plan, but they did not ask to see my membership card before they paid me my money.  I think maybe I did have to show them my drivers license though.  I also did a study once for Liberty Mutual and they did not ask for my policy number.

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