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Friday, January 9, 2015

DIAPERS SURVEY (CLOSED)


We are looking for Chinese Mothers with at baby age 12 months – 2.5 years old to participate in our Diapers Survey.

Requirements:
- Chinese mothers aged 28 – 40 with at least a baby aged 12 months – 2.5 years old
- Housewife or Working Adult
- Cantonese speaking
- Must be able to read in Mandarin

Date / Time       : 26 Jan, 3pm – 5pm
Venue               : PJ (can reach by LRT, will sms full address should you short-listed)
Incentive           : RM200 (cash payment to you on the spot)

Interested, please provide the information for “Questions for selection criteria” as stated below to Cheong via
SMS/WHATSAPP to 012-9234620 or you may email to cheongsurvey@gmail.com :

Questions for selection criteria:
1. Full name
2. NRIC (FOR SURVEY PURPOSE ONLY)
3. Gender
(A) Male
(B) Female
4. Mobile no.
5. Occupation
6. Have you attended survey in the past 6 months?
(A) NO
(B) YES
7. Marital status?
(A) Married with kid(s)
(B) Married without kid
(C) Single
8. My monthly household income / jumlah pendapatan rumahtangga sebulan / 家庭成员每月总收入 _______.
(A) RM7000 and above
(B) RM6500 – RM6999
(C) RM6000 – RM6499
(D) RM5500 – RM5999
(E) RM5000 – RM5499
(F) RM4500 – RM4999
(G) RM4000 – RM4499
(H) RM3500 – RM3999
(I) RM3000 – RM3499
(J) RM2500 – RM2999
(K) RM2000 – RM2499
(L) RM1999 and below
9. How old are your kids and what is the gender? _____________ (LIST ALL PLEASE, e.g.: 12 months – girl, 30 months - boy)
10. Please name the brand of the diapers which your baby used most often for the past 6 months. _______________ (GIVE ONLY SINGLE ANSWER PLEASE)
11. Please name the type (e.g.: tape or pant) of the diapers which your baby used most often for the past 6 months. ______________ (e.g.: tape or pant)
12. What is the size of the diapers your baby is wearing? _____________ (e.g.: M, L, XL)
13. Can you read in Mandarin?
(A) YES
(B) NO

Important:
Qualified candidates who meet our selection criteria will receive notification from us (over the phone & SMS) to confirm your participation in the survey.   

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