MintVine is a cool looking paid survey site that makes it easy to complete a survey, without having to spend too long learning how to do it. One of the things I liked most about MintVine is that they offer a huge amount of ways to get paid: there’s the old favorite PayPal of course, but you can also choose Starbucks cards, Amazon and other gift cards, and even restaurant cards. Your surveys can pay for your next meal, and it’s easy to rack up points here. Some users have reported delays in receiving payments however, but this isn’t a scam and MintVine are working hard to speed up their process and iron our any glitches. If they do, they could be heading into the Survey Cool top ten in 2018.
Swagbucks is the world’s largest free rewards community. Our members are helping shape the future of products that will be released all around the world. We have relationships with hundreds of brands, who give us thousands of new online surveys a week to provide to you. Your Swagbucks membership is completely free and you can join by filling out the simple registration form above. Once you are registered, you can start earning points by completing paid online surveys. And the best part is, you can take these paid surveys whenever you want and anywhere you want. Cell phone, Laptop, PC or Tablet.
I’ve had bad experiences with iPoll. I’ll answer the “screening” questions and am told I qualify to take the survey, then once the survey is around 90% complete, I’m told the survey is “closed”. My guess is this is how they’re getting their data without having to pay participants. I’ve also gotten “invalid website” in the middle of some of their surveys as well, of course, after answering 15 minutes of questions.
My name is Bob and I run this blog. I have been doing paid surveys for last 12 years and have started this blog to help people to make some extra money taking paid online surveys. I share my tips, do's, don'ts, reviews and sign up links of survey panels on this blog. Sign up for free with recommended survey companies and start getting paid to take surveys.
Valued Opinions does just what it says – it values user’s opinions on a variety of topics. Joining this online community is free and then members are rewarded with points for completing surveys. This is a way to tell companies what consumers like or dislike about their products or services. The minimum payout is lower than most sites as it is set at only $20. Points can be redeemed for gift certificates or e-cards.
They are new to me. I did a search and wasn’t able to turn up much online, other than this – https://forum.surveypolice.com/index.php?/topic/4110-saw-an-advertisement-for-iglobalsurveys/. Someone thinks they are more of a “survey router,” not the same as answering Q’s directly for a survey panel. So I think I personally wouldn’t sign up, but as always I recommend that you do you your own research in addition to the research I’ve done.
I was, unfortunately, scammed by a lady who called herself Donna Smith. She worked supposedly with a company called All Tech . About six months ago I received an email saying that this person (Donna Smith) would like to conduct a phone interview with me via Google Hangouts (which I had never heard of) for an administrative assistant home based position, and I agreed to the interview. It seemed legitimate because I went through all of the normal interview questions and even signed an employment agreement online saying that I agreed to the terms of this home based position. Shortly after I started, I was told that I would receive a check for over $3, 000 dollars and I could immediately deposit it into my bank account. After the check cleared, I was told to deposit this money into a Bank of America account that the company had established and that I would be paid through this account via the payroll department. Admittedly, I was getting a little suspicious, but I proceeded with these instructions. Sometimes you do things that are not so smart when you are desperate for help!!!! Before I deposited the cash into the Bank of America account she gave me, I asked the Manager at Bank of America if this was a legitimate account that I was depositing the money into. He looked everything up and said that it seemed legitimate. I proceeded with these instructions from Donna Smith and needless to say, shortly thereafter, my bank called and said that the check had bounced and I was liable for these funds since my account was now overdrawn to the tune of $3,000. I learned a valuable lesson from this and I am lucky that all of my creditors have been understanding. I am a senior citizen on a fixed income and was just looking for a part time job to supplement my income. Jeff, this is a little different from the stories you are hearing on this site but I think that it’s important to put this out there as well. A scam is a scam and we must be extra careful these days. I still need extra money and I am always looking for legitimate ways to make a little extra cash. That’s why I was looking at these comments from concerned individuals and their situations. Thank you for your attention and any advice you may be able to offer.
I have joined many survey site from all this site, and they are good but they take time for payment. one of the most amazing online survey site is missing here which i have joined last year and earn many point, this site pay at a weekly cycle and pay maximum point for every survey. . I have earned many points and Tango Card which is a very special gift card. Value on a Tango Card can be redeemed for other popular gift cards, donations and local business options – all without any fees or expiration dates. Its called surveycurrency.com.
They used to be cash-only, but in 2013 they switched over to a points system. Panelists can share their opinions in surveys and complete other various offers in exchange for points. 100 points is equal to $1, and most of their surveys pay up to $3. Survey topics are diverse and cover a variety of different topics. Pinecone Research is unique in that they emphasize consumption related surveys more than other panels.
Pro Opinion offers participants free signup to join this online community. It is a reputable paid site that is geared toward business professionals. The goal is to conduct research through surveys and in exchange, participants are paid for their expertise, experience and knowledge. This paid survey site is set up like a community provides plenty of content which is very easy to access. The idea behind surveys is to help businesses become innovative and realize real progress as they continue their pursuits. This paid platform offers the best of both worlds. On one hand, you get paid to share your opinion with businesses and they can develop better products and services based on the information they receive.
Like many survey sites, Toluna rewards you with points, which you can then cash out for vouchers for the usual suspects like Amazon and iTunes, or money through PayPal. A slightly novel element of the site’s payment plan is to offer the chance to take your points out early if you gamble them for prizes. While you have to store up a grand total of 60,000 points before you can claim vouchers for around $12 – something some people find to be a downside of the site – if you are willing to settle for a prize, you can play with just 500 points. You can decide to try your luck with a “giftie”, a kind of scratch card game. By gambling some points, you can see if you have won the gift or lost your points – so it is not one for the faint hearted!
*NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Open to legal residents of the 50 United States (D.C.) who are eligible to participate on a Survey Sampling International Panel and meet the minimum age requirement for the respective Panel. Quarterly drawings; enter by June 30, 2017 to be included in next drawing. To enter and for Official Rules, including odds, mail-in method of entry, and prize descriptions, visit www.opinionoutpost.com/en/policies/terms/prize-draw. Void where prohibited.
Convenience: 4.5/5.0 – While the sign up form is easy to fill out, you will have to enter more information about yourself up-front than other survey companies ask for. Typically, you just need to enter your email address and create a password to join, but Ipsos also requires your name and physical address. We only gave a slightly lower rating for this because the sign-up process is still very quick and painless.
There’s lots of additional ways to boost your income on Vindale, including rewards for opening adverts sent to your email account, or small payments for watching advertising videos online. The site pays out in plain and simple cash, and doesn’t mess around with rewards or gift cards, which many people familiar with the survey landscape find a welcome relief. However, as with OnePoll, you’ll have to earn $50 before you can remove you money from the site, which may not be as tempting as some companies where the threshold is much lower.