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Showing content with the highest reputation since 04/07/2019 in Posts

  1. 5 points
    Mainly it's been me beetching and moaning about points not received after taking a full survey, crappy customer service, rewards and things of that nature. There have been times I have mentioned the site and more or less said I'm not the only one ticked off about this, if you don't believe me, check out Survey Police, we are legion. Lo and behold it's worked sometimes, I get my way. So maybe we have some pull. I'll remember to copy and post one next time it occurs.
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    I assume so, but I had this image of a sheet over the PC and the window blinds drawn...
  4. 5 points
    Any one else get a bit annoyed with surveys that want you to type in every type of some product or company you've heard of, when they then just show a list of them to pick from? I mean what's the point? I've actually got into the habit of writing in 'why bother asking when the survey is going to show a list?', and still end up being able to complete them.
  5. 4 points
    Honestly why should any of these companies care how fast we complete a survey as long as we don't just "straightline answers"..I type fast & finish surveys fast...it's just their way of you getting a "dq" & or an "error screen" at the end of a survey since you finish too fast..If we give them honest & legit answers they shouldn't care how fast we do any of their surveys
  6. 4 points
    I agree with what was said above. I have been doing surveys on-line since 2007. I have also been tracking my income from panels since then as well. As time goes on I have dropped certain panels and signed up for others. I recently dropped Branded because the income I was making from the panel dropped by over 50% last year. I was also getting accused of rushing, etc. Overall though my income has dropped over time, which I primarily attribute to greed by the market research companies. The reason I stick with it is I like the extra income. I know the panels don't care about us. We are just "data" to them. They need data to sell their product (market research), so because they can't get it for free, they are forced to pay us to get it. But they are constantly trying to minimize payments to us because we are just a business expense. So I expect to get treated poorly because they just don't care. I don't like it, but that is the reality.
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    I used to get one that would ask "What city is closest to you" with the choices of Virginia or California. Huh??
  15. 4 points
    Is Emily the bot on Oneopinion working for anyone today? You type something in and she dont answer! I think she quit! LOL
  16. 4 points
    I often see some subtle (and sometimes not so subtle) bias in these political surveys. The way they're constructed, for example, steering you to answer a certain way or even the actual wording of the questions. That's why even though I do surveys, I disregard the findings. Think by now we all know how misleading/wrong surveys, polls, etc. can be. (Edit to include something else I just thought of.) These sort of surveys also can be factually flawed. Recently had two similar surveys asking whether I would support or oppose certain legislation in my state. Problem was that two of the pieces of legislation had already been proposed, put on the ballot, voted on, passed and enacted...as much as three years ago! I pointed this out in both the first and second survey (in the survey comments section), but I begin to suspect that when you're asked for comments about a survey, they often are ignored, wasting my time and very rudimentary keyboard skills.
  17. 4 points
    Join the club. Happens to me as well. Not good , but I have learned to live with it.
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    I've have to agree with what other's have said, it's simply a matter of it being the weekend, and survey companies being shut down and not putting up new surveys. There's been several times I've been told no surveys available on various sites on the weekends.
  24. 4 points
    Executioner (I mean come on, had to finish the string)
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    Hey, I am 81, white, female and live in a rural area. I get DQed a lot. I like Dailybreak and also tellwut.
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    What with a new election coming up where I live and all the BS going on in the government, been getting quite a few political surveys lately. Was curious what others felt about these, sometimes they end up feeling like some sort of ad for a particular person.
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    I don't qualify for that many, but between the ones I do qualify for and the points from the daily user-generated surveys, it adds up fast enough to keep me using the site.
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    I noticed that SB had tried something new with the dq's. And then it went back to 5 per day. I did log in last night and there was an survey that was 1 minute for 75 points. I entered the survey and the dog had to go out, so I put the laptop down and went to let her out. When I cam back there was the "congratulations, you completed the survey, you earned 75 points" message. Huh? So for all the times I have gotten stiffed, I took the points and counted myself lucky. I do Bing as well, and I can cash out there every 4 weeks or so. I noticed, after some time of not paying attention, that they now have a $10 Amazon card, so I am saving up for that. I know there are others as well. I just keep plugging away at them.
  37. 3 points
    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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    Oh yeh, I can't tell you how many times I have completed the survey and I am thanked, and then "poof!" no credit, I would be disqualified. It's maddening, but they do all the time.
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    Always thought age shouldn't have much to do with surveys unless there's a specific reason for it. Surely a person in their 80's has an opinion about products they use the same as a person in their 20's would and I'd think companies would want as wide a range as possible.
  46. 3 points
    Made $20 this month - however now watch me not make a thing for the next few months-oh well ,still like what I made this month!
  47. 3 points
    I also have received the frozen pizzas in dry ice. Nothing too unusual other than that so far. I have had soap, soft drinks, parchment paper, veggie mash instant potatoes... Oh, my favorite was toilet paper. Probably the most practical and useful of all.
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