They're a legitimate company that pays you for taking surveys. I've done an in-person survey that paid $75. Like DED said, you take the surveys and earn points. You do get a $10 check for signing up. Chances are, if you're getting calls from them, and you didn't personally sign up, someone in your family or close friends probably signed you up for it in your place. You can add family members.
Why and how do they get a cell phone I have a land line and they do not use it
Legitimate company. If you don't want to take part in the surveys, simply ask to be taken off their call list, and they will oblige. For those that have the time and interest the surveys are fun and you can earn a few bucks too.
Knowledge Networks is a survey company. Businesses and organizations hire them to conduct surveys. The surveys are conducted through their website so if they're calling you it's because they want to recruit you to be a part of their survey team. It's completely anonymous. Only KN knows who you are and they don't want anyone tampering with their membership. In return for filling out surveys, you get points. These points can be redeemed for raffle entries or saved up for cash. I've been a "panel member" for a couple of years now and I'm happy with them.
name of caller is KnowledgePanel out of Menlo Park, Ca
Finally picked up the phone & this number belongs to a research firm wanting your email address etc, gave them an old address & supposedly after I fill out the first questioneer, they are going to mail me $10. Time will tell
who is this and what do you know about them?