There is no magic fairy dust protecting Macs - Dai Zovi, security researcher and co-author of The Mac Hacker's Handbook.
Just the other day I noticed an old malvertizement featuring mysurvey4you.com was being circulated (screenshot to left), so I am was not really surprised to see this comment appear on my blog:
"I was recently contacted by TimeTrack to run a campaign for WinningSurveys.com. I started getting a bit suspicious when my contact told me he was part-deaf and could not speak on the phone, and the phone # itself went straight to a voicemail with no mention of the company or my contact's name. His only wish was to move as fast as possible in getting the banners up, and didn't bother to discuss or negotiate any terms of the ad campaign. Luckily I found this site and stopped my progress in moving forward with them."
I must admit, I had not heard of the crooks claiming to be "part-deaf" to avoid a telephone conversation before.
Note the urgency expressed by the timetrack representative, who wanted to "move as fast as possible" and who "didn't bother to discuss or negotiate any terms".
Please be very cautious when dealing with TimeTrack Media, not only because of the comment above, but also because of THIS and THIS.