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i got this a few hours ago:

iPoll is shutting down on August 8, with surveys no longer available from August 1.


️ Once our website closes, you'll no longer be able to log in or redeem rewards, so please redeem your iPoll Currency before then.

️ If you have outstanding Currency left in your balance but don't have enough to redeem a reward, please consider taking surveys before they become unavailable.

 

This was one of the survey sites i never had problems with.  i would only hope that they would allow people to cash out with whatever they have in their account instead of having to reach a minimum $ payout.

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9 minutes ago, NFriday said:

ipoll and One Opinion are both owned by Dynata.  

Yep, and both shutting down the same day. Sounds like Dynata's having problems (is it mean that I hope that's the reason? :lol:), or are just consolidating their websites.

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i've been trying to take surveys on the ipoll site to get to the rewards level and most are now booting me out or even when taking a long survey that i think i will get poines, it says my answers don't meet the needs of the survey.  so i think they are trying not to have to pay out more until they  close.  i've never had this type of problem before with ipoll.

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23 hours ago, NFriday said:

ipoll and One Opinion are both owned by Dynata.  

And Dynata seems to be the only one using Veriff that requires a pic of a government issued ID to cash out. Coincidence???

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On 7/10/2024 at 2:34 AM, NFriday said:

I thought Prolific requires their new people to submit an ID too.  That is why I did not join them last year

I believe that new members do need to submit that information

So does Valued Opinion I stopped doing there surveys because I wouldn't be able to cash out unless I gave them that information and I'm not doing that

I hope that's not going to be the norm for survey sites in the future

I really think that is wrong on any site that you have been a member for a long time and they now require that information

I do belong to Prolific I do not have to give them that info since its just new members if I did I would be done with them also

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6 hours ago, peach6 said:

I believe that new members do need to submit that information

So does Valued Opinion I stopped doing there surveys because I wouldn't be able to cash out unless I gave them that information and I'm not doing that

I hope that's not going to be the norm for survey sites in the future

I really think that is wrong on any site that you have been a member for a long time and they now require that information

I do belong to Prolific I do not have to give them that info since its just new members if I did I would be done with them also

Hoping the same thing. What if someone uses public transportation (no need for a driver's license) and has no passport?

Having to provide such ID is bad enough , but the company handling it is in Estonia. Sensitive ID data , foreign country - what could possibly go wrong??

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Do a search on "'Veriff". Plenty of people having issues with them.

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