firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:Do you think Ipsos is seeing if your doing multiple survey's at a time means that they want to know if your doing just one or if your doing several at the same time.I think they time the survey's,see this way they can see if you are doing them in a reasonable time frame or not. That way they'll know if you are actually reading them and providing a honest answer instead of being a professional survey taker who is trying to scam them? Just a thought.As we think we are being scammed they have been scammed before also and have to try and watch out for their own interest.Just an opinion.I guess in the survey world we have to watch out for each others interest,and that means theirs as well as ours.
email@example.com wrote:kit480 wrote:Kim, I am not sure what you mean, taking several at the same time? I have been with Ipsos for almost two years, and most of the surveys I do for them last 20 to 30 minutes. I only belong to five different survey panels, and I do consider myself to be a professional survey taker. I take pride in everything I do, and do it to the best of my capability. And certainly do not scam the panels I take surveys for. Not upset, just wanted to be clear.
I'm not that literate in the correct terminology of the computer world but I'll give it a try.Lets say you receive 3 emails at the same time from 3 different survey companies.So you decide to do all 3 surveys at the same time.You know how you open a email then leave it open but simultaneously open another email and read it.Maybe they can track this to see if your giving your undivided attention or not, to their survey.
By professional survey taker I mean someone who does surveys not for the sake of giving an honest opinion or answer but someone who does them to get money from the survey companies by just marking anything in a box i.e. scammers.They are the ones with that title.I don't know what they call people who do them honestly.
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