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#1 sgontu

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 07:51 AM

There s got to be something between these three sites. I just joined I-Say after reading decent reviews about their site.
The survey frequency dropped to almost nothing from Surveyhead since i joined I-Say. I used to get atleast 3-4 surveys a day from Surveyhead.
And Opinion outpost usually hosts some requests from IPSOS , but the last few i tried to participate from OO, it tells me i already completed this survey and directs me to the I-Say website. Thats surprising. Since i m new to Isay i m yet to even complete one survey.

And why does OO redirect me to I-Say even though it hosts surveys from IPSOS?

I think i just messed up my only two sites i belong to for years (SH and OO) by joining I-Say.

So if you are a panel member of Survey Head and Opinion Outpost, avoid joining I-Say.
Stay with SH and OO , they are the best of all.

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 12:07 PM

There s got to be something between these three sites. I just joined I-Say after reading decent reviews about their site.
The survey frequency dropped to almost nothing from Surveyhead since i joined I-Say. I used to get atleast 3-4 surveys a day from Surveyhead.
And Opinion outpost usually hosts some requests from IPSOS , but the last few i tried to participate from OO, it tells me i already completed this survey and directs me to the I-Say website. Thats surprising. Since i m new to Isay i m yet to even complete one survey.

And why does OO redirect me to I-Say even though it hosts surveys from IPSOS?

I think i just messed up my only two sites i belong to for years (SH and OO) by joining I-Say.

So if you are a panel member of Survey Head and Opinion Outpost, avoid joining I-Say.
Stay with SH and OO , they are the best of all.


Hi sgontu,

I belong to all three sites. Occasionally I will get an i-say survey on OO and usually have no problem with it. Surveyhead runs hot and cold with surveys. Some days there are a lot of surveys waiting and other days maybe 2. I dq from SH surveys frequently. I think they have a lot of members doing these surveys so if you get to them too late their quotas are filled.

#3 sgontu

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 01:27 PM

Thank You. May be all scenarios added up. As soon as i registered for I say , all weird things started happening:)
Surveyhead - 0 survyes, OO redirecting to I Say.

I will give it a couple of more days and see.

I got mixed reviews about I-Say but its their website which was so well designed that made me feel safe to expect them to be a good site.

What's your experience over I-Say??

Awww i love Surveypolice... An excellent medium to speak to fellow survey takers.

#4 ana9018

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Posted 14 April 2012 - 03:47 PM

There s got to be something between these three sites. I just joined I-Say after reading decent reviews about their site.

Stay with SH and OO , they are the best of all.


OO one of the best?? This is the reason why we continue receiving 40 minutes surveys for $0.50

#5 abby63

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Posted 15 April 2012 - 03:20 AM

Thank You. May be all scenarios added up. As soon as i registered for I say , all weird things started happening:)
Surveyhead - 0 survyes, OO redirecting to I Say.

I will give it a couple of more days and see.

I got mixed reviews about I-Say but its their website which was so well designed that made me feel safe to expect them to be a good site.

What's your experience over I-Say??

Awww i love Surveypolice... An excellent medium to speak to fellow survey takers.


I-say is okay. Points are low per survey 45 to 90 ($0.45-$0.90) with the occasional 150 points. You need 1000 points for a gc and 1500 for paypal, so it takes a little while. I average about 10 surveys from them a month and disqualify for half. Surveys are not too long and I think I've cashed out maybe twice since joining last March :) .




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