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I've joined a couple of survey sites online to earn a few extra bucks. Some award money (haven't seen any yet) and some award points towards rewards.
Does anyone know any survey sites that really pay for filling out surveys?
Has anyone tried those places on line where you get paid to do surveys? Are they on the up-and-up, or are they a scam like the old envelope-stuffing one?
When shopping in certain stores, they ask you to complete a survey online or on the phone. If you complete the survey they give you a code and you qualify for a specific percentage off your next purchase. No matter how much you spent.
It's been many years since I purchased a brand new handbag for myself. At first, I searched thrift stores and estate sales and didn't find anything to my liking. Either the purses were too big, too small or too old fashioned.
This site is a site I have tried. I did about two weeks worth of surveys. I earned 140 opinion points and cashed out through Paypal for fourteen dollars.
I signed up for surveys that you get points for answering. They give rewards of either merchandise or cash. For the last 4 years each October, I turn in the points for gift cards or merchandise to be used as gifts.
Does anyone have any experience with the survey site www.bigspot.com? I have seen it advertised on TV.
By Scooter from Grand Prairie, TX
I would like any info on online surveys. I know that some can cause problems for your PC. I am looking for some good ones to make extra money at home.
I have never heard of it and have never seen a legit survey site advertise on TV.
Another link said:
"Bigspot.com is a very complex scam & a front for the company www.SurveyPayoff.com who do charge you for services."
I personally would stay away from this one.
I do a few survey sites but try to stick with ones in the top ten list at Survey Police. You can research other survey sites there also. I see absolutely no mention there of BigSpot.com
You won't get rich with any of them...just some extra spending money. But it isn't worth a few extra bucks to be spammed or scammed so please be cautious.
Sounds like they're trying to capitalize on the legitimate site, SurveySpot. SurveySpot.com pays cash to your PayPal account for surveys you take online. They used to send checks, but I think they just use PayPal now. It's free. Surveys will run around $2-4.00 for each one you qualify for & complete. It's not get rich quick (or ever!), but it's $2-4.00 you didn't have 15 minutes before you took the survey.
Is Inboxddollars.com a legit website or is it a scam?
By cutiepie37 from Dothan, AL
I've joined a couple of survey sites online to earn a few extra bucks. Some award money (haven't seen any yet) and some award points towards rewards. Have any of you joined these survey sites? Which ones have you found really do pay and are worth your while?
I don't want to waste time with sites that promise rewards (either $ or points) and then don't deliver. Thanks in advance for your kind answers!
By Jennifer from Tonawanda, NY
I was wondering. Has anyone ever participated in the get paid to take surveys? It sounds too good. I would like to make some extra money but stay at home for my family (I already work part time). Any advice out there?
I have participated in focus groups a few times. It was easy money. If you meet their criteria and the timing is convenient for you, you can get paid for giving your opinion. There are a few rules and one is that you can only participate every six months, so you won't make tons of money. The most I have ever made for one session is $75. Once I got there last and they already had all the people they needed, but paid me anyway!
I had signed up for some of those surveys and I quite frankly stopped doing them because they took too much of my time. (online). On the other hand, I did do the get paid to surf the web, and got a $30.00 check for doing it for about a month. Only thing is I had quit doing it because they mailed the check 2 months later and I thought they weren't going to pay me. Oh well, slowed down my surfing anyway! ;)
I have several survey sites that do pay out and check does come fairly quick. You just have to fit the right type for their surveys.
I have participated in focus groups and got paid for giving my opinion from every thing from watching a movie to eating pickles and using condoms as much as $150.00. Look in the paper to find these in your area. UCLA does studies, too.
Has anyone had results, good or bad, from the online survey sites? Are they too good to be true?
Roz from Victoria, BC
Has anyone signed up with Highest Pay Surveys, does it really pay you?
Robin from Indiana