• Kurt
    January 31, 2017
    They called stating they were the New agency for Industry Canada, and had a survey to complete by phone on applying for loans and access to capital for small business, questions seemed about right, but i didn't give any information, other than answering the questions about lending institutions and what the outcome was. I asked about website, he said it was lengthy, doesn't sound like Industry Canada, that came out at end of call, then he got quiet.

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  • mrs 747
    They come up as Foodbook and I'm getting PISSED off!
  • Robert Malatest
    His company was kind enough to call our phones and use our minutes, call them back on thier toll free number and return the favor. If your bored, make a day of it, each call costs them money!

    Toll Free Phone:+1 800-665-5848

    Robert Malatest
    Title:   President
    Telephone:   (250) 384-2770
    Fax:   (250) 384-2774
    Email:   r.malatest @ malatest.com

    Tara Judge
    Title:   Manager - Corporate Operations
    Area of Responsibility:   Administrative Services
    Telephone:   (250) 384-2770
    Fax:   (250) 384-2774
    Email:   t.judge @ malatest.com
  • Robbie
    I got a call from this number, they were doing a feedback/stat research project for the BC government about the Job Options Program I attended a year ago. Collecting feedback about the program.
  • Miriam
    I keep getting calls from this number. How can I stop it?
  • a
    Contact Resource Services2070 Hadwen Road, Mississauga, ON L5K 2C9(905) 855-8106They constantly switch numbers, but I recognized the voice.Lost there license in AlbertaContact Resource Services Inc. (pdf) - FTA - September 29, 2010Issue:  Unlicensed collectors and failure to comply with the prohibited practices provisions
  • vinlander
    Sadly, seems a legit national survey from a marketing company...National - Foodbook: Canadian Food Exposure Study to Strengthen Outbreak ResponseThe Public Health Agency of Canada has contracted Malatest to conduct surveys with the Canadian population to estimate Canadians' exposure to foods over a seven-day period that may serve as vehicles for foodborne infections. Data from these surveys, known as 'Foodbook', are being collected to complement timely and effective foodborne illness outbreak response

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