need honest opinion

United States
March 14, 2008 11:37pm CST
What survey sites really pay you to take real surveys? I have tried a lot that do pay, but only to take offers that require a credit card and there is always another fee with those, What survey sites pay that allow you to do other things besides sign up for offers? Also if you know a legit place to work online that doesn't cost a large fee.. Let me know I'm still looking for a better one! Thank you mykaylala@gmail.com
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@oneidmnster (1389)
• United States
15 Mar 08
My best paying survey site is NFO.I've been using them for a couple of years and have made several hundred dollars.I also like Opinion Outpost,although it's hard to qualify for some of their surveys. I have a list of some of my favorites on my website.Go to my profile and check out the links.
• United States
16 Mar 08
I will do that! Thank you
@Jimmy3371 (143)
• United States
15 Mar 08
My friend and I use inboxdollar.com they have survey for a dollar and you look at web sites also. and they pay out at $30.00 and they do pay and also I use mypoints.com but there you get gift cards and they do pay out good and lightspeed.com also is a good one
• United States
16 Mar 08
thank you
@emeraldisle (13158)
• United States
15 Mar 08
Believe me I know what you mean. I've had that problem as well with them. A couple I have found that work great are Pine Cone Research and also American Consumer Opinion. I've received a fair amount of surveys from them and they pay out, maybe not a lot of money but it's a few dollars per survey and so far none of their surveys have been very long. I was doing Survey Spot but they haven't sent anything in a while so not sure what is up with them. Good luck in finding good ones.
• United States
16 Mar 08
Thank you I will join those sites! I am making a list here lol
@vicky30 (4778)
• India
15 Mar 08
Global test market and planet pulse are the two survey sites that pay.even though if you don't qualify a survey you get points Global test market payout 1000 pts=10$.Planet pulse 2500 pts=25$.
• United States
16 Mar 08
I will try planet pulse but global test market i have used before and I fill out 30 minute surveys and get like 3 or 5 points at a time and to me it isnt worth all that! Thank you
@mnvamsi (539)
• India
15 Mar 08
there are very few and i really need them as well if you get a list of sites please tell me because i need some goo d sites.
• United States
16 Mar 08
so far I have a decent list from this discussion. The best thing to do I think is to join the sites that you ahve seen discussed by people rather than listen to what the owners say... the people wont lie the owners will exaggerate about their site.
• United States
15 Mar 08
My two favorites are Your2cents and MyView. MyView takes a very long time to get paid and they pay through PayPal but they do pay. Once you accumulate and get approved for 25 MyView Dollars, you can request cashout. They have a lot of surveys available as well. Your2Cents pays you by check and they send you surveys through your email or you can regularly log into your account. Minimum cashout is at 5 dollars.
• United States
16 Mar 08
Thank you I am going to sign up!
@oscar6 (1939)
• United States
1 Sep 08
I am a member at a few survey sites. They make me the most money out of all the things that I do on the internet.My two favorite sites are surveyspot and opinionoutpost. I have made over four hundred dollars with surveyspot and about ninety with opinionoutpost in a year and a half. The great thing about these two sites is they constantly send out or have surveys on thier websites. They are both free as well.
@jashley1 (746)
• United States
30 May 08
Yes, you do get paid more for doing the free cash offers and do need a credit card for those ones - but they pay off because they often pay you around $10.00 and you just cancel within the trial period. However, Inbox Dollars, Fusion Cash, and Vindale often offer free surveys where you don't need a credit card. Just visit my profile and banner links for those guys! Hope this helps! Also E-poll, Zoom, and My Survey.com offer surveys for rewards.
@jrum68 (214)
• United States
16 May 08
I have a few referral links on my profile if you want to check them out. I don't have alot yet, but I'll be adding more. I use these often, (the top 2 I used daily) and they are definately good sites.
@ltmoon (1008)
• United States
22 Mar 08
Survey sites without any of the "catches" - completing offers, etc - are few and far between. There are very few real survey sites and you usually must qualify for some focus group they represent before being admitted. These sites actually can pay pretty well if you qualify. Any site that requires you to complete "offers" is not completely legit, though you may get get paid a pittance to do their surveys. One of the big hitches is that they never get confirmation from the other site that you completed the offer. This is a come-on that runs both ways, and is their weasel-clause for getting out of paying you. I suggest avoiding all sites that have the "offers" trap. RUN! don't walk, away from any sites asking you to pay for the privilege of taking surveys or getting online employment - THEY ARE MOST DEFINITELY A SCAM!!!
@mbs730 (2155)
• Canada
16 Mar 08
I am not into surveys all that much mostly because most of them require you to pay and the ones that don't, you have to spend hours on one survey for a measly $1. I do other things to make some money, still won't make you rich but its not bad.
@sirnose (2440)
• United States
15 Mar 08
The only one that looks promising to me is inbox dollar.You get $5 just for signing up. I already have about ten dollar, I could have more but I have limited time on the net, but, they seem to make it easy to reach the $30 total real fast.I signed up for other surveys but their surveys seem to be long and tiresome.Also, try e jury they want jurer to review cases they pay between $5 and $15 but you can't be convicted of a felony.