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Showing content with the highest reputation since 06/17/2019 in all areas

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    The topic says it all. Unless you spend all day in bed, is it possible to go through a day without seeing a Geico ad and that freaking lizard? I mean come on, they are on the net, on the radio, on TV, in magazines, on billboards, mall kiosks, posters. Maybe if Geico took all that cash and gave it to drivers for being safe, we wouldn't need auto insurance.
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    Don't feel so bad about not doing their surveys anymore
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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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    It's not taboo in my book. Their routers or whatever should catch that I've done the survey on another site. A few months ago, my husband and I actually got the same product test (thru different sites). I was surprised at that because I thought maybe they would throw out duplicate addresses but they didn't. It was a very generic product, nothing that really called for a female vs male opinion.
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    Agreed. Any respondent who enters the survey before the quota is filled and completes the entire survey should receive the full incentive, regardless whether the quota filled while they were doing the survey or not.
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    I can't think of anyone I dislike enough to refer them to survey companies.
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    Yeah, I've been noticing those too, though typically it's during the start of the survey where they are asking the basic age, zip code, state sort of questions. Kind of freaky though after having been 'trained' to click the next button to advance the page.
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    I only got a few. It's just one of those days.
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    6. It's a Monday issue IMO. Weird.
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    I've been doing Ipsos survey's less and less. I'm also done with their Memorable Moments panel now that they separated the points from survey points. It's not worth my time any longer. So, I just cashed out the 500 points I had for the $5 Amazon gift card.
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    I've been completing surveys on this panel for a couple of years and after getting through the distressingly long time to make the first payout threshold, it has been improving regularly and payout intervals shortening. This panel yield has improved significantly over time. PaidViewpoint is also the only panel that sends feedback that their client found my comments useful. Meaning that there are real people behind this panel. I also like that the survey opportunities presented are their own and not SSI/Cint/Toluna/Your Surveys router rehashes. PV surveys also do well on handhelds. Perhaps the only detractors are that the survey opportunities fill up quickly and you don't get many email notices of open surveys. I bookmark this panel and check at least several times a day.
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    I guess you could say that I do the surveys out of boredom because I refuse to participate in certain kinds of surveys. For example, the second they start asking me about investable assets I will close out the survey. If the survey sites persists in sending it back to me again, I will simply lie in order to disqualify. I will not answer tedious and intrusive questions. I sit on the porch or by the pool and pump out a few surveys sometimes because I am retired, but I am not going to give in to the demands of scammers who want to know what my assets are which do not include real estate, employer-sponsored pension funds etc. In other words, they want to know how much cash you have or liquid assets you have that they could separate you from without having to wait for escrow or anything else which could give their mark too much opportunity to think over what they are agreeing to hand over. I am sure that my age gets me screened out a lot of the time anyway because old people and young broke college students are certain to be overrepresented on survey sites, but sometimes I have bought things as a result of doing surveys because the surveys were about things of interest and about which I did not know before. I don't jump on all the newest techie stuff so I am not game for the surveys looking for gamers so I soon lost interest in a survey site which seemed to aim largely at those who wanted to spend their "rewards" on video game projects and accessories. I do the surveys related to travel now that my wife gave up her business and retired with me. She is in poor health and could pre-decease me in spite of being ten years younger so if we are going to see the world after all of these years of hard work, we need to get on with it.
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