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    peach6

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    Tellwut

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  1. 4 points
    The terms high paying... and "surveys" just don't go together in my mind. But anyhow, like Trueblue said, what do you consider high paying? I've been more and more offended lately with the "do this 20 minute survey and we'll give ya a quarter, kid" garbage.
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    A curious question. On Quickrewards my go to routers are Your Surveys and Peanutlabs, which I'm usually all on board doing surveys with. That is, if the survey they give me is a fair amount of time. About a week ago, I got a survey on Your Surveys that said it was going to be a whopping 60 minutes long. For 75 cents. And today on Peanutlabs, I went for a 8 minute survey that conveniently said it was now closed, and moved me a long to a survey with an estimated time of 36-40 minutes. For 50 cents. It's just extremely aggravating, especially if it's a survey you would qualify for. I'd love to do the survey, even if it's long! ...but only for a good amount of pay. I don't know if it's possible, but I so wish that survey routers could somehow control the length of surveys they send you - at least, if they have a regular small payout. Your thoughts?
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    My point is, it doesn't matter how much they say they'll pay, if they don't actually pay it. I mean, ideally, they also shouldn't be allowed to send you a survey, have you complete it, and then not pay, but there's plausible deniability, cause they're just processing the payment, and they can say it was the fault of the site they sent you to. But I'm way more angry about my time being wasted after being 95% through a 20 or 30 minute survey than 95% through a 5 minute survey.
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    This is what I do, too... I'm getting more and more hesitant to even do 20 minute surveys. I've had way too many over the last few months that go on that long and then after having gotten all my information, go to the "ooops, just filled up" (yeah, right) or "we have enough respondents of your demographic" (Of course you do, you steal all our thoughts about your product and don't have to pay for it.) So anyhow, unless it's a really good payer, 15 minutes has been my limit most of the time lately.
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    I'm not sure, I have never gotten one of those before. I was happy to get it. I was hoping they don't pull the plug on the 500 pointers and go to only 100 pointers.
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    Thanks for the info. I have cashed out once at 25000 but didn't know the second time I could cash out sooner.
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    After you cash out for 25000 points the first time any time after that you can cash out for whatever your points will get you. I think your 15000 points can be cashed out for $15.00 worth of gift cards if youv'e already cashed out before.
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    Survey Saavy had plenty of time since the inception of us beginning this project to have the final survey completed. And forthright should be decent enough to just pay for the steps that have already been completed. At this point it is ridiculous and excuses and delays are the icing on the cake.
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    Peach, I think they should just pay us for the stages that we have already completed. The total was $20, so I think they should pay us $5 per stage that has already been completed. I would take $15, but it just seems like they can't get their act together.
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    Yeah - I refuse to do anything that says it'll be longer than 15 minutes, unless it says it pays really well, and anything that says it'll take longer than 20 no matter how much it pays, because you're taking too much of a risk that you'll be half an hour in and it'll either bug out or tell you somehow managed to get disqualified, or you'll get all the way to the end and it will say it's now "closed". That's happened way too many times for me to bother with them anymore. Even the shorter surveys, I'm always holding my breath at the end to see whether it'll actually credit me for the completed survey. One of many reasons I've stopped doing nearly as much as I did a couple years ago when I first discovered this hobby.
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    Which ones are you still doing if you don't mind my asking? It's getting crazy in the survey world, lol. No, there isn't. My "fave" is the "we're experiencing issues with Paypal so payments will be delayed". Really? YOu're the only folks in the world having issues, lol. I think they're cash flow issues when that pops up.
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