I'm all for lying to corporations online that ask my income level. Let me explain. When I go to a store, I always get better service if I look like I have, or might potentially have money. Why do they even want to know? They're a corporation, why do you think? On BB I have my income level set to the next to highest, because I thought that was more believable. I love getting samples of expensive products. Sometimes I splurge, when I've had the chance to try something and knew it would be worth it.
I found this to be VERY true today at Macy's! Usually I'm dressed and presentable...but today we were bumming around but I needed to get into the mall for something, so I got my new iPhone case (lol) and stopped in Macy's to see if there was anything I wanted to use my $500 GC I got for Christmas from my hubs. Now...USUALLY I get pretty great service in Macy's. Not as super as Neiman's or Nordies, but quality service...at least a greeting. But today, while wearing some grubby capri pants, grubby teeshirt and my Chucks, none of them even tried to help me. Not one single bored Coach counter clerk or chick at the makeup counters (they weren't busy at all today, most were just standing around chewing their tongue) even looked my way. So...huh...okay, Macy's. I WAS looking to buy some stuff, but now I'll just use up my GC and just won't be back if that's how you're gonna be!
I'm highest on BB, but that's what our incomes are (we live in the San Francisco bay area...so that's like middle income here, sad but true) so that's what I've always put on there. I've gotten some REALLY STINKER boxes...so who knows what they really use! I signed up for a year and I'm so hoping they don't crap out on me! LOL