surveys

GfK WISADwisad.co.uk
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2 months ago: Exactly the same with me. The links don't work. Password invalid. Never reply to e-mails.
A.W. Surveysawsurveys.com
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7 months ago: AW Surveys and similar survey sites seem like a big con. If you aren't rich and well off, it's nearly impossible to qualify for the surveys in the first place, and if you're dumb enough to lie to qualify for the survey, then you've done something wrong. Not worth my time in my opinion.
cashcratecashcrate.com
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7 months ago: I was a member of Cashcrate about 5 or 6 years ago I think. I got the very small amount of money I paid in, but somewhere through signing up to free samples of laundry detergent and things, some thief stole my identity. Point is, these free offer sites do very little for you in terms of payback, and create a whole world of worry to deal with in between. I stay away from sites like this now, entirely!
GiftHunterClub.com / Gift Hunter Clubgifthunterclub.com
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10 months ago: gifthunter is dead for me since they remove second level of referrals ( no passive income - none reasons to promote, sucks...
Viewsbankviewsbank.com
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3 years ago: By far the best survey (and competition) site I have joined. I've been a member of Viewsbank for over a year now and manage to get a payout every month.
Toluna UKtoluna.com
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3 years ago: Have to agree Toluna uk is complete crap now days, do not waste your time signing up to there site
MyPointsmypoints.com
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4 years ago: I used to use MyPoints almost religiously until they decided that the points I had accumulated simply vanished. When I contacted them to find out what happened to my points that I earned from clicking their emails tirelessly, they said that they had no record that I ever earned points and that they were not going to investigate further into the matter because they felt I was simply trying to get free points. After going back and forth with them for weeks and dealing with the most unprofessional customer service ever, I felt the need to warn you about their horrible method of screwing their members.
Pinecone Researchpineconeresearch.com
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4 years ago: Now they only pay $3 a survey, they used to pay $5 a survey. And you have to do all these free qualifying surveys in order to qualify to get the paid surveys. The free surveys you do take about 10 - 15 minutes. The paid surveys take about 20 - 30 minutes to complete. It's not really worth the money when you figure all the time you spend to do the qualifying surveys and then the actual paid surveys combined.
globaltestmarketglobaltestmarket.com
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4 years ago: It pay's real money, they can make a lower cashout but it will be very risky to the people who already makes profit of the surveys. My favourite surveys site.
Panelbasepanelbase.net
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5 years ago: I've been with Panelbase for quite a few years. It's a survey site. Minimum payout's £10, paid straight into my bank account. I've only cashed out two or three times since I've been with them. I could have cashed out more times than that, but I really don't like doing surveys longer than 10 mins, so I tend to avoid them and do the shorter ones there.
Crowdologycrowdology.co.uk
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5 years ago: Crowdology's a survey site. Open to UK residents only. Compared to other survey sites, the minimum payout's pretty low at £4.00. I don't cash out that often because I don't get surveys that often - and when I do, I get screened out sometimes. However the surveys are relatively short and can be interesting. Cashout is via Paypal only and is sent instantly once requested which is great.
QuickRewards Networkquickrewards.net
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6 years ago: A site that pays you to take surveys, complete offers, answer a daily quiz, print out coupons, view websites, etc. I can do as much or as little as I want. There's no minimum payout - I can cash out when I like. Pays via Paypal. Fairly painless way for me to earn a bit of money online.