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  1. 5 points
    I had a product test a few weeks ago for a 7-up product & when the product arrived at my home it was infested with ants...the worst thing I've ever seen..looked like ants were laying eggs all over the product.. I contacted the company & sent them pictures...then I get a phone call from them & they try & give me the third degree on the phone like I was the one putting the ants in the box..like really??? somehow they came up with the answer that it was from their warehouse where they ship the product from...needless to say I never drank the product & they sent me another one a day later & this time it had no ants in the box...found it very classless that they would try & accuse me of doing something to the product...like HELLO! I'm trying out your product & getting paid to test it so why would I want to do something so awful as that..
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    I had chocolate once. It was 2 individually wrapped extra tiny squares of chocolate in a medium sized box that was insulated with Styrofoam, 3 packs of dry ice and a little thermometer. The chocolate was worth about 20 to 30 cents retail so cost of packaging plus shipping was probably 100 times more than the actual product. The chocolate tasted horrible too. I gained some respect for chocolate makers after that.
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    My favorite with them is the squirrels. The gecko can go. Still my all time insurance commercial is Sheryl's She Shed. Thinking of getting one of those myself.
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    over the years. 2 big packs of tissue. various juices and drinks shipped in a cooler with ice pack, biscuits in a cooler, something in a cooler that also had a thermometer. I still have it but it doesn't work well. Deodorant. A pizza oven- it's taking up space and being used to store packets of side dishes. I also won a toaster oven from that same survey panel Laundry detergent. cat food- recently it was about 24 packs of cat food to use a different one each day. Paper towels. Pads- numerous times. Once they sent me a check to buy a box of white castle sliders. Cheez-its, bugles, chicken jerky. That's all I can think of right now.
  8. 3 points
    I'm sure this has likely been asked before somewhere, but as far as surveys involving product tests you've taken, what are favorite or most unusual ones you've been sent? To start off, there's the time I got sent a couple of large frozen pizzas packed in dry ice, which was both pretty cool yet odd. Then I had one for McCormick spices where I was supposed to make marsala chicken or got sent Hanes underwear.
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    I love to do product tests I don't get them very often anymore I think the most unique one I did was for Furniture Polish I liked the product very much what made it unique was I had to send it back after 2 weeks and I was afraid that I would have a problem at the post office because of it being an aerosol can but they accepted it with no problem.
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    I also have received the frozen pizzas in dry ice. Nothing too unusual other than that so far. I have had soap, soft drinks, parchment paper, veggie mash instant potatoes... Oh, my favorite was toilet paper. Probably the most practical and useful of all.
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    My favorite Geico ad was the camel -"Guess what day it is?" So funny. I like the lizard, especially the Aussie accent. On the other hand, those Progressive commercials are seriously annoying. I cannot stand the Flo character. I usually mute the sound when those commercials come on.
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    I absolutely love the Mayhem commercials! I always laugh when I see them. I like that type of humor too.
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    As far as car insurance ads go, I rather like the 'Mayhem' character from Allstate. I guess that sort of dark humor just appeals to me more, and I don't see him 24/7 everywhere I go.
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    Sherlock (Do proper names count? Oh well, that IS what first came to mind).
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    I got paid today from a June 7 cashout
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    Okay if everything you say is true then why even bother giving a $5 pay out option?
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    You cannot be more accurate and exact in your comment. I feel the same way and wonder if the panels would edit our honest responses when we have nothing to say about a product/service that we "heard of" but we have never used or have no opinion at all. Why do they waste their time and ours over and over trying to get some kind of response no matter what? Example: I do not drink beer and I stated that from the beginning of the survey, but the survey asks me what is may favorite brand of beer and why I like it? It is just insane! Is there someone who can explain that to me and to the panel's customer who pays for the survey?
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    I see that all the time as well. I'm also retired (disabled) and a survey will ask employment status , then ask about the company I work for. Similar to ones that ask if you do something (drink coffee - I do not) that then continue with questions like "What size ordered?" and ""How often?" with no option for "Never"". They are just poorly written.
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    Not sure I agree with this. Survey sites typically want your e-mail address to make sure you are a real person and know where to send rewards, and they may want your physical address for the same reason, but not sure why they would require you have a phone unless you intend to take phone surveys. Heck, not even sure how they'd know you have a phone one way or the other, unless you use dial-up internet, but can't say I'm some sort of technical whiz. Can't say I've got any spam or robo calls due to taking surveys, and on one side sounds like you are complaining about needing a phone, and on the other worried about spam calls from using one.
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    Also, it is not possible to go through a day without seeing Rob Lowe pushing his Atkins food, especially that vanilla crissssssp bar.
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