Survey Spot should ditch the 25K quarterly drawing, do you agree?

@maezee (31961)
United States
March 29, 2009 11:37pm CST
I think they should ditch it for SEVERAL smaller sweepstakes (where we actually will feel like we might have a fighting chance to win something), or just pay us small amounts (such as InboxDollars does) for EACH survey we take (rather than just have some surveys where all we get is a sweepstakes entry). What do you think? Do you agree with me, or do you think they should keep their current system?
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@LouieWpHs04 (4560)
• United States
7 Apr 09
I've seen other little things here and there if you participate in the surveys for an "instant win" prizes where you do seem to have at least decent odds of winning as compared to the 25k quaterly drawing. Oh, quick question. I noticed in another discussion you got paid by Surveyspot, how long did it take you? I built my earnings up to $35 and I finally feel like requesting my check, lol.
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@maezee (31961)
• United States
12 Apr 09
I think it took about 3 weeks. Not too long or anything. I didn't want to be one of those people who start discussions about getting paid, but I had been hearing people call Survey Spot a scam (on myLot!), and as you know..They definitely are NOT. Have you ever won anything from Survey Savvy? I won one of their 50 monthly $10 prizes, and it got me thinking..Survey Spot should do the same thing. I have NO faith in winning a 25k drawing.
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• United States
13 Apr 09
I think I joined surveysavvy and didn't have any luck whatsoever with that site. I know surveyspot is the one I had the best of luck with, followed by globaltestmarket and then I think it was your2cents or something like that.
• United States
23 Apr 09
Yea, I agree, they should eliminate it and give us a bunch of smaller sweepstakes so several people have a chance of winning something. I like Survey Spot and have earned several checks from them over the last couple of years, but the bigger money surveys have seemed to disappear over the last 6 months. But I'm sure that if I go on the site and request a cashout of my earnings, I'll receive a paid survey that I'll actually be accepted for and earn from. I sent you a friend request, I found another survey site (where you don't have to sign up for something on every survey to get credit)and they surveys on almost a daily basis (I earned more than $10 in the first 3-4 weeks on the site-paid into my paypal acct & I've already earned another $5+ since...and there are no referrals & it's free to join)
@echomonster (2227)
• Greenwood, Mississippi
13 Apr 09
I do agree with you -- either option you suggested would be better, although I sure wouldn't be saying that if I had actually won the 25K prize! $25,000 could be distributed across 25,000 $1 surveys...that would benefit so many people. That move would definitely make me more enthused about taking surveys there!