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    I was on a panel with JcPenney at first I use to make money or gift certificates now all they want is to enter me in a random draw where lets say 20 people can win a $20 gc.Maybe won once in a years worth of surveys.Then I am on the Bridge with United Health care I answer all the surveys they sent and no money for one month then same I answer all the surveys I get $5 for the month.However recently they have been having these really long surveys and want us to come up with ideas like we are pitching a idea to them like Shark Tank does. Are you freaking kidding me ,I am not spending that much time for $5.It's like giving them free ideas on how to help them make money for what little they want to dole out.Don't get me started on insurance and how they abuse us and overcharge us .Anyway I am really going to have to stick to my guns and not do anymore panels that want all this info for so little in return.Isn't this why you hire the people you have working for you to come up with new and fresh ideas?
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    Well I just did a survey got 500 points then it asked if I wanted to earn a extra 100 .I said yes, then it closed and gave me the extra 100 without answering any questions.Fine with me as far as I am concerned they owed me that plus 400 for non payment of a survey I did for them. .At least this is a step in the right direction.
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    I don't think Global Test Market pays $1 for 5 minute surveys. Usually they pay 100 life points which is equal to .83 cents for a 15-20 minute survey. When I first began taking paid surveys many years ago I had your enthusiasm. Good luck!
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    You must be a lot younger than I am. Out of all of the ones you have listed, the only one I am involved with is One Opinion, which is my best paying site, and I have only made $54 in two months, and I haven't gotten any products to test in probably two years either. I am also involved in my survey, valued opinion, mindfield, you gov and one other one which is not very active. I am also involved in Pi-Opinion, but I am never eligible for any survey with them, and I think I have $5 in my account now. I have done a few market research projects so far this year though. I did two in April, and then I did two in January. They often turn you down though if they find out that you just did a study. I just had one a few weeks ago that I am sure was a mock jury that paid $200, but when I told them that I did a mock jury at least five years ago, they suddenly were not interested in me.
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    Has anyone come across a panel called the Blue Room if so what is your opinion?
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    The same thing happened to me tonight.
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    No chance to win for me! Pay up or get someone else to do work for free.
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    It truly is amazing how companies pay squat for your time. Of course the issue is that people are willing to do things for very little if anything. Don't feed them. It's also amazing how many employees never use their company's products. Thus they have no insight into how to make things better.
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    yes with One Opinion also, it's one of my top two choices. Also I've received a few offers to be in online communities with rewards or reward incentives. One was for shaving, which sounded good, but they wanted you to film yourself shopping at Costco and doing other activities. The other was for sweet something and they wanted videos or something eating candy. I really didn't sign up and post this to be boastful. I was just wanting to compare notes on what more experienced folks were up to. It looks like I will get to the $600 (taxable level) in Outpost and One Opinion at my rate in a couple more months and I was looking for ideas on the best other sites and I have tried about 7 others so far. I'm debating on the ones that if I break $600 and have to pay taxes, I will have to earn more to cover the tax, so I may just hit the max with those and do others till January if the situation arises. I do try to do surveys where I feel like I am providing helpful input and helping the manufactures or marketers of a product or service sell their items. I do feel like some of these surveys are just a way for you to watch the same commercial 4 times and it is worth it for them to pay you 40 cents, which is fine with me but not very fulfilling. I'm still very enthusiastic about this whole process and I thank you all for this board. It has been very helpful.
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    There is nothing worse than not responding. Branded is the leader here. Bad!
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    They check your files and if they find you didn't get points they will give them to you and then inform you the points are in your account now.
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    Thanks I will check it out but I did call them and they will get back to me in 24 hours they used to take your word for it not getting your points for completing a survey but I guess that's a thing of the past I'm sure people were taking advantage of that it has been a really long time since I needed to contact them.
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    Look for an arrow or an arrow type shape (lol) in the very bottom corner. It might be really small at the end of the text field like it is on Messenger now.
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