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  • Peeps
    Peeps
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    I replied to someone with this, thought I’d post it for everyone.

    OK so, I have signed up in my years to survey sites and found out come payday it’s not real. Oh god so many. But I signed up for surveysavvy, around the time “secret shopping” became well known (I’m old). They really do pay you, the full amount you earned from each survey, any time u request it your check. Problem is like 4-8 weeks to get it in the mail from the day u request it. Like all 6 checks (NOT huge checks), I forgot I even had money coming lol. Other than that, you’ll know if you earned money cuz you do a set of qualifying quests from the company, itll be all “sorry u don’t qualify” without doing the whole survey. Otherwise u get sent to their survey, where most warn u that ur about to popup or new tab over there. U finish, ur paid exactly what it offered….. I NEVER recommend doing the 60$ one where it tracks ur sh*t on ur device cuz that’s never safe no matter what. If u need cash even when u know u won’t qualify, judge what would get u booted and what would get u accepted and lie on the qualification questions. xD
    Go ahead and put all ur real info on surveysavvy, they are legit. Know now, my first check was 34.00 after 2 months. My 2nd check was 18 after 2 weeks of surveys. My 3rd was like 25.00… and now years later, I only get on and do them maybe twice a year cuz I got bored only making that little after doing 10+ surveys that are 15-30 mins each. (But I get bored easy, so u may like it).

  • Toni Harrell
    Toni Harrell
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    I have attempted to sign up for three surveys mentioned in the article and each time was denied registration. I suspect it is because I am not giving my birthdate info up. I have at least given one birth date falsely on purpose to see if that was the case but was still denied registration. I see two probs here, one being I must give my birth date to continue on through the site or two, the survey company ALREADY knows my birth date (since I gave a fictitious one) in which case, why do they bother to ask if the site already knows my business? I do not believe it is necessary for any site to know my birth date and in giving it away may cause identity theft as these dates or personal information is used on legal docs.

    • Steve Razinski
      Steve RazinskiFounder

      Demographics are what makes surveys significant. The whole point of them is to gather information on you and then match you with a survey that targets your demographic. If you’re worried about giving away identifying information, online surveys are definitely not for you.

  • Jon
    Jon
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    Almost forgot SWAG BUCKS ROCKS Steve, Thanks again.

  • Jon
    Jon
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    Has anyone tried Panda Research?

  • Jon
    Jon
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    I agree with your post on BigSpot.com, I tried it and didn’t qualify for 1 thing for several months. After seeing your trial on a few survey companies, I tried Opinion Outpost and ICS. I have been with Opinion Outpost since I saw your post and have made over a hundred of dollars doing surveys from them, which I have turned into Amazon gift cards and like you addicted to online shopping. I tried Instant Cash Sweepstakes but it was taking way too long to get over the amount to start receiving anything, although once I got over the minimum amount they do send a check out like you stated. ICS just took too long for me and I cancelled my membership, but for someone else it might be what you’re looking for. I have been with MySurvey too and have done pretty good on there as well, even did some at home trials surveys through them for other companies and earned good points. Received 2-$25 Amazon gift cards and 2-$15 ones and spent them on Amazon as soon as I received the codes, which states it takes 7-10 days but in actuality it took about 4-6 days to received the gift card codes. Can’t Thank Steve enough for all the great reviews that has helped me earn supplement income at home during my free time. Have several friend’s I told about I’ve Tried That and it also helped them as well.

  • Alexander | Legit Make Money Online
    Alexander | Legit Make Money Online
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    Thanks for setting the record straight. I assumed all along that it wasn’t legitimate because they advertise so much and they wouldn’t be making that much money if they were legitimate. I bet they’re ripping off thousands of people everyday and making millions from them. It’s so sad that people don’t do their research first. :(

  • Clara Kish
    Clara Kish
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    I enjoy receiving I’ve Tried That . so far I have not been able to get into anything right now.I have a website of poems and I have been behind on that. My husband passed away Dec, 1st , 2010 and it has been pretty hectic around here. I hope to be able to get into something that will provide some money, so far my poems haven’t done that. Keep up the good work , we need someone like you to help people know what is going on ,Thank you , Clara Kish

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