It can be tempting to click on URL links or open attachments to earn the possible chance of a $500 gift card if you fill out a Kohl's survey, but you need to think twice. Instead of getting the gift card, you may just wind up with a virus on your computer. The BBB says frauds are becoming more tricky to detect, so one thing to watch for to identify whether an email is fraudulent or not is to scrutinize the email address. If the “mail to” portion looks long and convoluted, or shows an “E-U” suffix, the email was sent from Europe. Same goes if you hover over the Start The Survey link. Again… look for an E-U suffix… It's most likely a virus or scam.