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    Posted: 18/February/2015 at 10:43
Anyone else do them to make abit of extra cash? The biggest tip of all would be to create a new email account to sign up to said sites with, so you don't care as much about being bombed with spam. The main two for me are........

https://yougov.co.uk/refer/AXfWFqtHKVLbE8rF96InsA/

You sign up and get two quid. Then daily or very often you get emailed a survey to do and get usually 50 points for it but it can be 25, 75 or 100 too. When you reach 5000 points you can cash out for fifty quid, which I did yesterday for a second time since being part of the website so can vouch for being paid and it being legit. You can sign up through your Facebook account which saves time. The slight downside being if you have a bunch of surveys to choose from they sometimes disappear after you've done one, which makes you sign in daily to make sure you do them as soon as they arrive. Some online reviews mention people reaching 49.50 then waiting ages for one last survey to collect the cash. Neither cash out time have I experienced this. It's not like your answers are checked up on so if you don't want to give genuine answers you can just whiz through the questions clicking any old answer like "don't know" so you complete it much quicker.


http://onepoll.com/

You get a couple of quid for signing up and then paid between ten pence and a quid depending on the survey. When you get to 40 quid you cash out as you would with the You Gov one. The plus point being you get many surveys everyday apart from on a weekend. Sometimes you can get a good half dozen or more surveys a day and you can do them all without restrictions so can easily earn around a quid a day. Some surveys you answer the opening question and it can say the survey isn't quite right for you. Abit of common sense with what's being asked of you and you can give a bullshit answer that you know will be accepted. For example it might ask you which gadgets you own. If you click the "none" option you probably won't be allowed to do it. But if you click most or all the boxes to BS about owning everything of PC, desktop, tablet, ipad, iphone etc you should earn for doing the survey.
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We also use Pinecone which pays a nice £3 per survey. They are hard to get into though so it's really pot luck if you can get into the group or not though.

As a none payment type thing we also use Bzz Agent which, if you qualify, get freebies to try out and money off vouchers for certain products too. Not too shabby either.

Yougov does take a while to pick up though doesn't it Adders?

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Yougov is my favourite. Never had issues, get regular surveys and get paid within a month like they say.

I would keep away from the following though........

uk.mysurvey.com

ipsos-na.com

http://www.valuedopinions.co.uk

Those sites I found to be shit. You'd be halfway through a survey and get told they have enough people doing it. You aren't suitable for a survey. Paid very little per survey.
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As soon as Pinecone offer up invitations i'll get one sent to you Adders.

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Originally posted by Baz Baz wrote:

As soon as Pinecone offer up invitations i'll get one sent to you Adders.


What a slow website they are at giving you invites pal LOL

http://www.onepoll.com have really upped their game as you can piss upwards of a quid a day guaranteed on weekdays compared to You Gov giving the occasional survey.

Some surveys say you aren't suited. But if you blag it saying you are employed full time, have kids by ticking the boxes if necessary and ticking as many boxes as you can you get around it.
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Pinecone are always slow offering invites but when they do, and if you can get in £3 a survey soon builds up.

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Bumping this. How you getting on Adders? I've had a payment from one poll and on my way back to another one :)

Signed up to one called newvista. They give you £5 as a sign up gift but you can't cash out until you hit £50 however the majority of the surveys they give you are a £ a go so adds up pretty quickly. Whilst you don't get regular cheaper surveys like one poll I'm getting 7/8 surveys per week out of them.

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Told you One Poll are good Smile Need another tenner or so for my third 40 quid off them.

It's good because you can blag it like ticking all boxes to make sure that no matter what the survey is about you will be deemed suitable to do it LOL

You Gov has slowed down alot. Had like one survey off them in two months or so. It's not like i'm close to the 50 quid pay out either as i'm only on 22 quid.
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Haha typical. Plus yeah i've noticed that about one poll you can just say whatever and they don't sodding check like some of them do :D

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Originally posted by Baz Baz wrote:

Haha typical. Plus yeah i've noticed that about one poll you can just say whatever and they don't sodding check like some of them do :D


Exactly. At the start of a poll if they don't have a percentage tracker showing you just tick every single box until one comes up.

If you can only pick one option you pick the obvious ones you know they will be mostly looking for like house owner with mortgage, married with kids etc.

Then for the questions where possible you pick the N/A, prefer not to say etc options.
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