Whole Foods Imposter Review

Got a text from the above phone number saying Whole Foods Market was doing research for mystery shoppers, and a link to a wixpage website that only required name, email, address, ect to sign up. Signed the text Respects Manager-Global Operations Steve Carter. I researched before filling out anything and found out that the same scenario was listed on ScamPulse.com scamtracker for whole foods so luckily didn’t sign up! Be careful

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