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  1. 8 points
    If you're seriously asking us how to lie and be dishonest just to make a few cents, you'll probably want to think about doing something online besides surveys. Dishonest /inaccurate results are probably one of the reasons the rest of us have to jump through hoops to prove we're sincere.
  2. 7 points
    I'd say the best answers for each question would be the truth.
  3. 7 points
    Someone on /r/beermoney recommended this app to me a few months back, called Hatch - it's actually by C-Space, who are also responsible for the best-paying, awesomest private survey community of the handful I'm a part of, so it's not too surprising that this app also pays well for your time. It is surprising that it's so completely flown under the radar, so I was wondering if anyone else here uses it, and to people who don't, to recommend it. You don't get surveys from it very often, and it never proactively informs you of them, you have to check it periodically - but when you do snag one, it's super worth it. Like Pinecone, they periodically invite you to complete short (couple minute) surveys for no pay, but then use your responses, if you qualify for what they're looking for, to invite you to surveys that are still pretty short, often interesting, and pay pretty nicely - the least I've gotten is $3, the most I've gotten is $10, and their surveys aren't that long (though, oddly, for an app-only site, they do often include some writing - I don't mind as much, because I completely refuse to give up my Photon Q, the last-ever Android phone with a proper keyboard - otherwise I'd probably be more irritated. But I'd be irritated all over the place, which is why I refuse to give it up. :p) The really nice thing about it, too, is they clearly read all our responses, and if they like your response, I learned, they will pay extra - I've gotten $5 bonuses on top of the $5 original pay, twice now, in the few months since I started using it. They only pay in Amazon, and it takes a few weeks to get paid, because they process everything manually (though according to the site, they're working on getting payment more automated, but who knows when that's going to happen, if ever). Still, I'd highly recommend it, so I figure I would... actually highly recommend it.
  4. 6 points
    i dont post one here much... but i thought i would let everybody know i received a survey thru mintvine.. 45cents for 30 mins.. when i clicked on it... it was a qualtrics survey ( spell check )... anyway.. it included a message from the person sending out the survey.. name , email, phone number etc.. so i emailed her and told her that.. although i would love to take the survey.. mintvine is only paying out 45 cents and do you think this is fair... would you take a survey for 45 cents.. this is her response copy and pasted below... Thank you so much for your email regarding your compensation. I really appreciate you taking the time to complete my survey. I contacted Qualtrics about the very low rate of compensation you brought to my attention and I want you to know that this was not the amount that you were supposed to receive. Forty five cents for a 30 minutes survey is indeed unfairly low. They are looking into the matter as we speak and will follow up with you for a resolution shortly. Thank you again for the important role you have played in my research and I hope you have a wonderful day. Respectfully, Katherine White right after that mintvine closed out the survey.. right as i was taking it ( go figure ) .... tired of these sites thinking they can get over... sometimes it pays to find out who is actually sponsoring the survey and let them know whats going on..
  5. 4 points
    I assume the main goal of survey companies is to get people to do their surveys so they can get paid by the companies who hire them. We all complain as survey payments are cut but it continues to get worse. Who is still doing these 20 minute surveys that pay $1 or less? There must be people doing them or the companies would have to increase payments. Either that or these survey companies are scamming their clients to the same degree they are cheating us.
  6. 4 points
  7. 4 points
    Are you serious? I sure hope not. If so, I see you being kicked off your first panel within a month
  8. 4 points
    Best answers are the honest ones- you never know when they are going to ask you the same question twice.
  9. 4 points
    I don't usually pay attention to the star rating. I read the actual reviews and see if the company sounds like one that is worth my time or not. I also only pay attention to recent reviews. We have the ability to edit our reviews so it's partially on us to make sure we are keeping the ratings current. Just my two cents
  10. 4 points
    I bet no one has won that shopping bag EVER!!!!!
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    Specifically, is it a survey company model that you open, accept everyone, pay instantly and change it a few months later? I'm so confused about all of the changes and mergers with survey companies. Is it just that this business is booming right now and newer/older companies are taking some over? I see so much decline in some faves: oneopinion.com, pinecone, innopoll.... Opinion Outpost and iPoll are problematic but you already know that going in. I was really doing well and now, not so much. I guess I need to find a new way of making money. I can't get anywhere with crowdflower or gpt sites. Where are you all making money? I mean able to cash out like 10-20 weekly. I know we're not gonna get rich but we were doing ok until recently, am I right?
  13. 3 points
    That movie survey that just won't die.
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  24. 3 points
    I know why they ask for zip codes when paying at the gas pump . I'm not sure of the correlation between what you have in your bank account and zip codes have to do with one another. In my humble opinion it isn't any of their business,unless they want to open a credit card in your name and use it. I just don't see the need for it. I would say to them you tell me why you would need it then I'll think about it.
  25. 3 points
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