Answer a few questions about remote support tools and you could take away $100!

We did organize a similar survey a while back. Now we have been contacted by another company to hold a similar case giveaway. This time,  what you need to do is answer a couple of questions about Remote Support Tools and you stand to win USD 100, if your answers are cool and interesting.

This one too is a well-known software company. They will offer three cash prizes of $100 each to answer just a few questions about how you use remote support tools.

You can win $100 by participating in any one of two surveys: (LINKS EXPIRED)

  • One for IT professionals (click here), who actually use remote tools to support PC users
  • The second one (click here) for PC users, who might need remote support.

The 3 users, who submit the most interesting and detailed answers, will get $100 each. The winners will be selected directly by the company and the gift paid to them via PayPal. So you need to have a PayPal account to be able to get the money.

In the surveys, you will be required to give your name, email address and a few other details, so unless you are very privacy minded, I think you would be safe with them. Your personal information will not be shared with anyone, nor will anyone be spammed, the company has assured me. The survey will end within 30 days.

Again, let me make it clear – I am not making any money here, nor am I being paid for hosting these surveys. I decided to host this here since it looks like a quick way for TWC readers to make some money.

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