If you use legal paid online surveys, you can earn a lot of money. Paid survey sites offer survey lists for their membership and it is easy to register and get started.
Paid online surveys are a large online business with thousands of weekly surveys. Tens of thousands of survey participants receive cheques at the post office or pay into their PayPal account every month for the surveys they have taken. There is money you can earn here!
But not all pollsters offer legal paid online surveys and not all survey participants earn money. Why is this?
Large companies negotiate with interviewers to conduct surveys and get the market research information they need for their future planning. The interviewers are then responsible for finding a representative number of survey participants who will take part in the survey and provide the necessary answers.
Some of these interviewers (about 20-25% of the total) pay their participants well, on time and as agreed. They respect their privacy and treat them responsibly and professionally. As a result, their turnover among participants is low and they do not have problems in finding enough money.
Others (the remaining 75-80%) do not pay enough and abuse their participants so that they can keep a larger part of the total survey fee paid by the sponsor. Instead of cash, they use “smoke and mirrors”, instead of cash, they pay plans with drawings and promises for the future. As a result, their survey participants receive little or nothing.
Sometimes they even sell the data of the participants to traders who bombard them with offers for unwanted goods.
As a result, these interviewers have a high turnover, constantly losing survey participants. They have to hire recruiters and pay them high fees for recruiting replacements.
To participate in paid online surveys, you will need to get into your hands on the list of good survey decision makers to register with. Paid survey sites can provide these, but you will also find a “free list” of sites out there on the web, loudly saying not to pay for something that they will give you for free.
Anyone who has a list to offer, whether it’s a paid survey or a “free” site, has only two ways to get paid. They receive payments for membership fees or recruitment fees. Free” pages are paid ONLY by recruitment fees. Paid survey sites are paid by membership fees, but some also collect recruitment fees.
It is obvious that as a potential participant of the survey, you want to avoid free lists of low-paid/free survey creators. But how can you find a paid survey site that is 100% on your site and will give you a good list of interviewers who offer only legitimate paid online surveys that really pay?
The key to sorting paid survey sites is to listen to the opinions of their current and former customers. You can see these reviews clearly expressed in return rates from these paid survey sites.
You should only deal with paid survey reviews that have a money-back guarantee from STRONG supported by a bank or financial company such as PayPal or ClickBank. Within this group, for which customers have the opportunity to obtain a refund if the paid survey does not meet their expectations, check the refund rates.