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    yeah that did it.. I did a 75 point survey and all of a sudden I have the 5 and 10 pointers again
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    Was surprised to see this in my inbox this afternoon...great for Christmas Shopping!.. Hi, Congratulations! You have been selected as our Voice of the Month for November on Vocalpoint Voice! You provide such an incredible contribution to our community, and for that, we are rewarding you with a $100 E-gift card of your choice! We would like to highlight you as our monthly winner on the community next week! Please provide some facts about yourself that we can share with your fellow Vocalpoint Voice members. Remember, this is your time to shine, so take advantage of your time in the spotlight and tell us alllll about yourself!
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    Survey "profiling" data including things like car models and make can be stored basically to save time having to fill it in every time. Remember peanut labs are only a portal platform who redirect you to a survey on a 3rd party platform. You might have already entered the car data on a 3rd party platform and this time it redirected you to the same 3rd party platform again (which saved this car data profiling info) or it could have even been a follow-up survey based on a car survey you did previously. As for the "lot of demographic info", avoid these altogether.... Here's what pretty much happens in those cases: - Peanut labs thinks its found an active survey. It redirects you to the 3rd party platform to take this survey. - The 3rd party platform asks the usual "couple of questions" which are to see if you qualify. - When it comes to the page asking for a "lot of demographic info" it's the 3rd party platform's way of saying "you haven't qualified, but fill in our huge demographic profiling survey and we might have something for you" - "might" meaning in most cases there wont be anything so definitely not worth filling it all in. "it makes me wonder why if they already have it why do they ask us for it over and over in surveys" Because many of these survey websites are purely portals. They get a cut of the commission for getting people to take surveys on 3rd party platforms. Meaning even if all profiling data is set up on your main profile, the 3rd party survey platform might not have access to this data already. Other times it could be software bugs or even trying to catch out people who lie (So if info entered on a survey is different to what's on their profile, they can tell). " I also think they can tell where we live by our ip address, and who knows what info they are getting when the survey says it's checking your configuration" They probably can but it's more likely than not this is just to make sure you are in the country you say you are in (opposed to someone who isn't a resident of 1 country but is pretending to be to get more surveys). As for checking configuration, I think it's mostly checking to make sure flash is installed correctly so if any media files are to be played during the survey, such as video adverts, they will run fine
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    I was having problems-well I still am-however I have also done 4 surveys since 6/13.Which is a lot for them.I still get those irritating router surveys that sometimes works and then sometimes they do not. However just this past week I have had 2 of them that actually worked.I hope they are just having a few minor hiccups and now it's getting resolved.But then you also know what can happen?As I sit here and tell you this it'll start going down hill again.Isnt that the way things go most times?
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    YOUR ON A HOT STREAK......................................................
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    I've been having the same problems with Mintvine for a while. It used to work well for me -- lots of surveys with decent payouts, but now I'm stuck in a loop of one of those "Tell us about yourself" 6-point quizzes, and even received a warning that I didn't respond truthfully to a "trap question". I have zero reason to lie on a survey, about anything. So I don't know what I could have possibly "lied" about on Mintvine. I think I might wait until I can cash out my last 1000 points and quit.
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    Why can't I stay logged in when I am on this forum sometimes when I am trying to make a comment on a post I will have to log in 2or3 times before it will go through starting to get a little annoying sorry for the rant.
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    If I EVER have a question or problem, they are on it almost immediately. I just wrote to them this week about doing a survey and not getting the additional 50 points for completing it over the weekend. They responded and advised me that they don't give those 50 additional points if the survey was from their email invites. I didn't know that, but I do now. I feel good that I got one done at all, I almost always get dq'd. Today I completed 3 through their email invites. I was shocked, but I have 150 points more in my account. I will stick with these guys. They do alright by me.
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    I think I had 2 3rd party surveys last week. That is a lot for me. I just don't fit the demographics that the sites are looking for. But I keep trying, and dq'ing. HA!
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    Just wanted clarify that it's once every 30 days that an external survey must be completed in order to have full access to the user created surveys. And every time you complete or even just participate in an external survey you are put into our weekly 4000 point give away. We also have some point give aways on Wednesday's we have a 500 point give away on Facebook and on Friday's we have a $5 Amazon gift card give away.
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    I only do the poll questions for 5-10 pts each and last time it took me about 4 months to reach the 4000 pts required for the Amazon gift card. I don't bother with external surveys due to constand DQing.
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    You now need to COMPLETE one external survey per month to be eligible for roughly 130 points per day via the personal surveys. 25 points on Friday on Facebook for their weekly FB survey. Newsletter once a week for 50 points. I cash out around every 20 days these days with quite a few points coming from external surveys. I remember when I started some years ago there were no external surveys and I was cashing out every 15 days or so.
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    Same exact problems here and I'm truly disgusted. Pinecone was the greatest, right up till the merger and since it's been getting worse with each and every survey attempt. Their tired, trite generic form letter replies don't help either.
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    they did let me know the other week that they are going to have a regular site and they will have surveys listed, so we can pick and choose which ones we want to do. might be better. we will see.
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    Congrats! I just hit a 111sb search win haha. I won the Shopper's Round Table $100 monthly earlier this year. It took about 2 1/2 months and 3 emails to finally get it. Hopefully you get yours easier and faster.