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 n.— «They’re luring (people) in under the guise of a survey.…“Our industry calls that sugging—soliciting under the guise of interviewing. Or mugging—marketing under the guise of interviewing.» —“Study: Not all phone surveys are legitimate” by Kelly Shiers Chronicle Herald (Halifax, Nova Scotia) Nov. 21, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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