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A little late getting into this discussion. But my favorite so far is OneOpinion. I think it’s mentioned here. Survey Junkie cool. MyPoints is okay. Ipso, not so much. I did make 300 points today in about 6 hours and every single survey except one I was disqualified for. I was disqualified for the two pointers as well as the higher pointed ones. I’ve never had that problem. Yes you get disqualified, but not everyone out of 30 or so. One of them I actually made to the 98% and was disqualified. I think they didn’t like the fact I was female, except that was answered at the beginning.
Have tried a number of these sites including some of the higher profile ones. WASTED MONTHS AND HOURS OF MY TIME FOR ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!!! In my experience, these sites are GARBAGE and a SCAM….and are looking for poor saps to pay useless points to, or a few pennies or a chance to enter a contest. BIG WHOOP. Don’t fall for this. Your time is more valuable and can be put to better use. Volunteer for a good cause in your community if you’re going to work for nothing, instead of letting these slick companies who rake in Gobs of Profits take advantage of you. Don’t be their Fool!!
Well, I signed up for Panda research and did a few surveys and all was fine until the other day they had an offer for investing with bitcoin, Just so you know it was listed as a survey. I watched the video which seemed very appealing so I did a google search on bit coin and the person(Steve Banks) that was selling the product, 1) because my malware kept coming up saying fraud and 2) it was too good to be true. Anyway after my search I found out that there was no such thing as bit coin advertising and that the company (Bit Coin Millionaire Club)had scammed people out of thousands of dollars and is listed on the BBB’s website as a scam. I then sent Panda Research an email making them aware of what I found out and advised them that they should not offer it as a survey because it is a scam. Long story short they never responded back and they still have it up on there site. Just be very careful when signing up with Panda Research there is almost always a fee attached to there surveys and even when you do fill them out your money is in pending mode.

Some pay with points that are redeemable for cash or goods and typically you must rack up a bunch to redeem them for anything of significance. Others may give you a gift card, discount, or another token of appreciation for participating. Many others pay nothing or only offer sweepstakes entries for completing screening surveys to determine your eligibility for other, paid surveys. A few don't pay much of anything, unless you recruit others, as in a pyramid scheme.

Most reviewed paid survey sites effectively promise not to share personally identifiable information or not to share it without your consent. It's an industry standard by which legitimate marketing research firms are bound. But many membership sites reviewed don't make either promise or do so only in a limited or wishy-washy way. Unauthorized go-betweens don't have to honor marketing research privacy standards.
Post-recession, a lot of workers started looking for ways to earn extra cash. While most side gigs won’t supplant the steady cashflow of a regular job, they can pad a paycheck that hasn’t seen a significant boost in a few years. Paid surveys are often mentioned as one way to earn a few extra dollars fast. But are paid surveys a legitimate way to make money – or are they scams? The answer is that it depends on the survey and the company you are taking them for.
On the positive side, if they do accept you, they now know who you are. This means they should only send out surveys where you match the demographic. For example, maybe an ad firm representing a product wants to know what magazines and websites women aged 25-45 across Canada read. If you fit that, they might select you from their pool to help represent that demographic. 

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Have tried a number of these sites including some of the higher profile ones. WASTED MONTHS AND HOURS OF MY TIME FOR ABSOLUTELY NOTHING!!! In my experience, these sites are GARBAGE and a SCAM….and are looking for poor saps to pay useless points to, or a few pennies or a chance to enter a contest. BIG WHOOP. Don’t fall for this. Your time is more valuable and can be put to better use. Volunteer for a good cause in your community if you’re going to work for nothing, instead of letting these slick companies who rake in Gobs of Profits take advantage of you. Don’t be their Fool!!
A novel way for you to make money online from home is to register with OpinionWorld and complete its safe, easy and limitless online surveys. Money is one of those things that everyone needs and will struggle without, especially in today's unpredictable economy and money is not the only thing that OpinionWorld offers its members, you can also get vouchers from popular brands to spend at your leisure.
A little late getting into this discussion. But my favorite so far is OneOpinion. I think it’s mentioned here. Survey Junkie cool. MyPoints is okay. Ipso, not so much. I did make 300 points today in about 6 hours and every single survey except one I was disqualified for. I was disqualified for the two pointers as well as the higher pointed ones. I’ve never had that problem. Yes you get disqualified, but not everyone out of 30 or so. One of them I actually made to the 98% and was disqualified. I think they didn’t like the fact I was female, except that was answered at the beginning.
Phone.. Then 3/4 of them I received were not mobile friendly.. Some repeated the little survey multiple times to see if you qualify for the big survey.. A good 7 min of back and forth.. Then they would say I didn’t qualify!! Also I was bombarded by expired surveys every single day.. Like 6 per Company per day!! Then not much for 2-3 days just enough to make you panic then boom again!! I contacted most of these companies to advise. Them of all this, most took three days or so to reply.. I just had enough and unsubscribed..
Well, I signed up for Panda research and did a few surveys and all was fine until the other day they had an offer for investing with bitcoin, Just so you know it was listed as a survey. I watched the video which seemed very appealing so I did a google search on bit coin and the person(Steve Banks) that was selling the product, 1) because my malware kept coming up saying fraud and 2) it was too good to be true. Anyway after my search I found out that there was no such thing as bit coin advertising and that the company (Bit Coin Millionaire Club)had scammed people out of thousands of dollars and is listed on the BBB’s website as a scam. I then sent Panda Research an email making them aware of what I found out and advised them that they should not offer it as a survey because it is a scam. Long story short they never responded back and they still have it up on there site. Just be very careful when signing up with Panda Research there is almost always a fee attached to there surveys and even when you do fill them out your money is in pending mode.
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We all want to be able to make a little more money each month. Even a couple hundred bucks can make a big difference when it comes to your monthly budget. After all, $200 might be a week’s worth of groceries, a month of utilities, or the chance to eat out two or three times a month. That extra money can also be used to pay down your debt or save up for a vacation.
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