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PointClub has been added to SurveyPolice: https://www.surveypolice.com/pointclub

 

Participate in surveys in exchange for PayPal payments or for over 80 gift card options. Request your earnings with as little as 10,000 points ($10) in your account.

 

Get 500 points ($0.50) for joining, 1,000 points ($1.00) for confirming your email, and 500 points ($0.50) for completing the short profiling questionnaire for a total of 2,000 free points total ($2.00).

 

Visit the PointClub website here

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neminem

Neat. Not obviously Cint-, SSI- or ipoll-based, looks like its own independent thing? I'll bite, see if it's any good. The UI at least looks polished at first glance. :)

 

edit: took the initial demographics survey to see what real surveys they had available... they do have a number, but pay is kinda mediocre and all over the place. 60 cents for a survey that says it'll take 20 minutes? Yeah, no thanks on that.

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neminem

Well, I'm definitely not impressed so far. Their website is indeed clean and functional, and they even throw you a couple cents every time you don't qualify, which isn't large but still nice of them. But I just cleared through the queue of surveys I was given to start, which contained: a recurring pre-screener containing a list of occupations, none of which remotely matched mine and with no "other", so I had to toss them back without taking them... 5 different surveys that immediately redirected to a page apologizing saying they were already closed (shouldn't you know that before you send me to it?)... one survey that screened me out but redirected back to Inboxdollars instead of to PointClub... two surveys that spent several minutes asking me questions before deciding to screen me out... one that immediately redirected to an error that said "Sorry, the quota has been filled for this survey" and didn't redirect me back at all... about half an hour for zero actual successful surveys taken, and about 19 cents in partial credit (plus the 2 dollars for signing up). Less than an impressive start.

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talkmule

I am experimenting with it also. Rarely qualify but do get points for trying. Unfortunately the reward threshold is very high and it looks like it is one of those that will take a year to earn anything.

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AnnieSue

I joined about 2 months ago (6-8 weeks) . 60 points a day if you screen out of 5 surveys everyday. Not bad but I never saw that I could pick a $10 Paypal redemption, only $25, which is 25,000 points. It's a lot of points to earn and I assumed it could be 6 months of work, but hoped for less time. Most surveys are 500-550 points with a few for 450 or 300. I usually get into at least 4 surveys a week but have to get in the site EARLY, like before 7 AM, PST. Most surveys emailed to me are already full, so I just go into the site daily. I have 21,600 points to date so I assume I'll be cashing out within the next 60 days. I have been very consistent getting in there to at least get my maximum 60 points for 5 screen outs, every day.

 

Next time I will look for a lesser payout. We'll see what all happens when I finally redeem....Support isn't great, so be SURE to get the survey # in case the survey errors out on you....which has happened 2 times to me when I was DONE, and support asked for the survey number, but I didn't have it....I had it the 2nd time but wrote over 5 days ago, with no one answering except the auto reply.

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truesilver

Wow. It appears that no one in this thread is good at math. It didn't take me 5 minutes to realize that this is a terrible site.

 

10 points = 1 cent. The only surveys they have that are worth doing are those that award like 250+ points for 3 minutes. It's laughable that the very first survey I saw on the survey page, complete with a "Best Survey Opportunity" seal of approval was a 500-point survey for 45 minutes. I could walk out of my house and find fifty cents on the ground in less time. Up to 60 compensation points a day for screening out (that's 1.2 cents per screenout, btw) is "not bad"? I sure hope you like that nickle (and penny) they're nickle and diming you over. This is a cheap, exploitative site that you can't even counter-exploit because of their strict limit on screenout points.

 

How on earth did this site get put on surveypolice?

 

I've got issues with Cint, SSI and ipoll sites (mostly the last one), but I'd take them any day over trash like this. I'd take jumping off of the highest building in the city over trash like this.

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neminem

 

I've got issues with Cint, SSI and ipoll sites (mostly the last one), but I'd take them any day over trash like this. I'd take jumping off of the highest building in the city over trash like this.

 

I'd still take it over, say, mysurvey :P. I tried it for a single cashout and then ditched it - as you said, the pay is just too low, once I realized - but at least their site, generally speaking, isn't full of glitches, you actually get paid for all the surveys you successfully complete, and I'd rather have 1.2 cents for each screen-out than all the stupid useless raffle tickets on the planet. :P

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