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    I did hear back from OO, which said they dropped the prize draw in favor of donating money to the American Red Cross. While I can't argue with doing that, was still rather odd how quick they dropped the offer. I've yet to hear back from E-Rewards about their explanation.
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    I also received it and just deleted it
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    Fair enough, case solved.
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    Prolific stopped taking fees from July onwards
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    I don't think a strike would be effective. Because the turnover these survey companies have is just too much and they often claim millions of members. So a 100 or thousand strikers would not be noticed. There's no easy way for a person to affect these survey companies and they know it. To be noticed, you have to be entrepreneurial, think bigger and use leverage. I've use the professional organizations like MRS, ESOMAR and others to send complaints, so that's a letter writing campaign. If you get the attention of management this way, it's usually upper level. You may also have to make contacts at the state level regulatory, like for the survey lotteries and drawings, those are regulated by gaming laws. However, I doubt that many of the people doing surveys think it's worth the effort, you would like to be an activist to pursue this course. Perhaps the best way to gain a following would be to find a journalist that covers surveying, at least a couple of articles written and attached to a news organization and persuade the person that there's a story here. Another thing that can be done is write survey reviews at SiteJabber.com, at least there they don't throttle you for being accused of "griping".
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    I have a short attention span. Which negates how much interest i can have at any given time.
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    I've gotten kind of hooked on these "just walking around the city" videos on YouTube. And that's exactly what they are: some dude (who you rarely actually see) shooting POV video while walking around a city, New York, Paris, London, etc., sometimes with narration, other times not. No clue why I'm so infatuated with these really "not much going on" videos. I have to do some soul searching. Or maybe talk to a therapist.
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    Thanks seven, can't say I'd heard that one before. I grew up in the 70's to 80's as well. Liked the whole down home normal people sort of vibe to this. Guess you figured out how to post videos here again.
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