I just closed a popup with a similar scam. It promised a $50 gift certificate for something, for a survey I could only take today, from "promotiontown.com" It didn't look like a communication from Shaw. Where was the Shaw logo? Not there. These people are scammers. Shaw is not responsible for scammers who abuse their good name to make a buck by duping people. It is our individual responsibility to do as I did. BE SUSPICIOUS of everything. I felt a bit of hope at first. 50 bucks! Sure, I want 50 bucks! Let that not override common sense. Another word for common sense is SUSPICION. This is the internet and there are many, many users who are waiting for the desperate and the gullible to fall for their scams. If the thing is true, Shaw will surely advertise promotions beforehand. In the case of the survey that can only be answered today, they are preying on your fear of missing out on something, and pressuring you to act. I don't believe either, that Shaw is only going to give its customers ONE DAY to benefit from the survey.
Don't be a victim. Be suspicious of everything. Also, in the interests of sensitizing yourself to these types of things, go to YouTube and check out some videos on scams and scam baiting. Watch enough of them and the scams that come through email and popups become very transparent. Oh, and it is sensible too, to ignore supposed positive user reviews. Anyone can write those reviews. Anyone, including and especially the operators of a website or their friends. Open another tab in your browser. Look for separate reviews on different websites. Look for impartial and well-written reviews and look for warnings about scams using the good name of companies like Shaw.
It's the Internet. Be suspicious of everything. Be suspicious of tech support popups and emails, be suspicious of free money.
This is the internet. Millions of people from around the world are here with you. They're not all nice people.