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Showing content with the highest reputation since 07/29/2020 in all areas

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    Throttling an account is how survey companies get around not paying for work done, by keeping a panelist below the payout threshold. UserCrowd, ViewPointForum, Walmart Spark surveys, and others do this. Some like Toluna, Walmart, i-say will forfeit the points, if they languish too long. This is one of the unethical behaviors of this industry that I'm contemplating making a stink about to regulators.
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    It's been since the pandemic forced people to stay in that I noticed that the minutes per survey didn't add up with the cents being offered. I saw a dozen surveys that were like 25 minutes for 18 cents. I said no thanks. I can't make the minimum points each day, and that is ridiculous.
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    That's a very significant number. It is no wonder it draws so many unscrupulous actors for so long. https://blog.responster.com/the-future-of-the-survey-market-lies-in-mobile-surveying
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    This is tactic of low grade support. When a ticket or request is submitted, they can close the request as answered. This is done for what is called "metrics", These support personal are judged by the number of tickets they resolve. It's more work for you but you have submit each question separately. I suggest composing your request in a separate text app of your choice and paste in to a new ticket. Keep the notes you created, because many support groups don't show you your original submission and it may be hard to follow the response that was a long time in coming.
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    Perhaps it has something to do with this year's data breaches?
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    I'm not surprised this happened with SurveySavvy, I dropped this panel years ago because they demonstrated repeat incompetency, support was so bad, I don't think they could troubleshoot getting out of a wet paper sack. This alert happens when a website lets their "SSL certificate'" expire and your webrowser is alerting you to take notice. The electronic certificate is a service by an independent security company that has verified that a particular site is genuine. This helps with safer browsing, because the site identity has not been compromised. This happened to me recently on Survey Round Table and it took over a month to be resolved. You most likely could use the website, but you would have to manually override the automatic lock outs each time. Also, all information you send, such as username and password are in the open and not encrypted. A valid SSL certificate causes the little lock symbol in the address bar to appear, it means encrypted connection. Here's more explanation on Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Certificate_authority
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    YouGov is also so slow with sending gift cards. Why have to wait 4-6 weeks to receive a physical card when an e-giftcard can be sent immediately? And waiting so long for PayPal? Several sites I use transfer money to my PayPal immediately. Don't get it.
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