Anyone else get frustraited w/ Survey's on QuickRewards?

United States
September 6, 2009 8:35am CST
They pay for you to do some surveys within their site. However, I had not had much luck with them. But thought it's been some time since I tried I got 50% thru a survey I thought I qualifed for and then all of a sudden I didn't qualify for it anymore I spent 10min or so & now I don't qualify??? This is why I had given up on their survey section before. Anyone else have the same problem? You think you qualify and then they disqualify you after you spend some time working on the survey thinking you did. Very frustraiting! So I just stick to the CTP & Trivia....
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10 responses
18 Sep 09
I have the same problem. I used to qualify for 3 surveys a day (OTX, Greenfield and Your2Cents). Lately, I only get to complete 1 every 2 days and mostly OTX surveys which have a long set of pre-qualifying, repetitive questions. Frustrating indeed but I still do them because QR is very reliable and pays quickly.
@sasalove (1710)
• China
7 Sep 09
The same happened to me, I can not figure out whether it is due to the net service problem or any information I filled in did not match. I will quite always when thi s happened to avoid any timeconsuming.
@erikmama (12929)
• United States
6 Sep 09
I HAVE NOT BEEN A MEMEBER OF THIS SITE BEFORE(oops) but have been a member of other survey sites and HATE THEM ALL!
@hdjohnson (2981)
• United States
6 Sep 09
I think is actually how quickrewards and other similar survey sites get paid. They make it seem like you don't fully qualify based on a lot of similar answers already received, and then stick you with the "you don't qualify notice." Knowing that you will more than keep trying to earn that higher amount, because they pay so quickly. I don't get it, either. But at least you don't have to fill out profile questions in order to constantly be turned away, like some of the popular SURVEY only sites do. I think that quickrewards and the other sites similar don't deserve to treat people in that manner, which is why I mainly work with only a few websites that I know for sure are going to pay, as they have proven their track record with me.
6 Sep 09
Take a look at www.bettertariffs.co.uk/GPT.html for a couple of sites that seem to be honest!
@iriscot (1290)
• United States
6 Sep 09
I gave up on surveys a while back, I wasted my time on most of them. I would get half way through the darn thing and find out that I didn't qualify. I think that most of them are qualifying people by the amount of income they have and if they think the person spends a lot of money on junky stuff. A friend sent this to me yesterday and I am testing it out, it's a (FREE) program on how to make a nice sum of money, even for newbies that have no experience. If you want to take a look at it just go here: http://starturl.com/gqgqk
@dragon54u (31644)
• United States
6 Sep 09
I'm not part of that site but I've gone through surveys that I don't qualify for after giving a lot of info. The biggest offender is OTX. The only way I'll do a survey from OTX now is through Survey Exchange because they give me 50 point once I'm disqualified. And Clear Voice also gives me ten cents if I don't qualify.
• United States
6 Sep 09
Some sites are like that. But there are some sites that offer surveys where you know if you qualify after a few minutes. There is one site I belong to and I qualified for their surveys 8 straight offers and 12 out of 15 at one point. Another survey site I qualified for 6 of 10 offers. One of the 10 surveys had already closed before I could take it and the other 3 I wasn't qualified for. Both of these sites offer enough surveys that I can get paid almost every month from them, so it really makes it worth my time. Don't give up, I think survey sites are one of the easiest ways to make a little extra cash right now...they all seem to have lots of offers recently.
@jane239 (521)
6 Sep 09
That really annoys me too. I've done some surveys, wasted valuable time only to to be told I don't qualify. I would have thought that once they've asked you the basics such as your age etc then they would know by then if you fitted their profile. Some sites such as Ipsos, Harris Interactive and TNS reward you with points for the part of the survey that you do complete which can then be exchanged for vouchers etc. I think that is fairer. I have noticed some sites are worse than others for letting you complete so much of a survey before telling you you don't qualify.
• United States
6 Sep 09
I have on mooola, I get thru half of the survey of the day and it says I dont qualify