The other day at work, someone handed me a paper that had come off the fax machine there. It was to me, and asked if I would complete a 20 minute online survey and in return I would get a $50 Amazon gift certificate. Hey I thought, that's a no brainer. Sure, I'll answer a few questions.
So I go to the site, and enter the password they gave me. A new window opens, and the instructions tell me that first they have to find out if I am qualified to take part in the survey. Now, mind you, I have already mentally spent that $50 on books and DVDs. I read through the questions; Yes, I work at a large hospital. Yes, I consider myself a "clinical pharmacist." I figure I better make myself sound edjumacated and important to qualify right. I then proceed to answer that "yes, I am involved in the decision making process when it comes to drugs." Then I think I tried to downgrade it a bit on the next question or two, I don't want to pass myself off as the Director of Pharmacy or anything. I hit submit:
"Sorry, you are not qualified to take part in the survey, but to thank you we will enter you in a sweepstakes to win $150 in gift cards" blah blah blah.
Bastards! They wanted some shmoe! Which is what I am really. LOL
See! Never, never, never, ever lie!
I'm melting. I swear whoever is sitting at the power grid in New England better not be asleep at the switch. I do not want a blackout. Ugh.
Yours in sweat,