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being paid for on line surveys - are they a rip off

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zzzzzzzzzz Wed 11-May-05 12:48:22

I am currently looking for ways to top up our income - has anyone done these? Are they legit. or just a scam?

SaintGeorge Wed 11-May-05 13:03:31

Depends on the site. Some are good if you are willing to put the time in.

Quickwise is my favourite - they send a message to your mobile phone to tell you to log on for survey. £15 earned over 2 months.

Brainjuicer are good because you still get paid 50p even if you get screened out of the survey early on. Pay in Amazon vouchers. £25 over 3 months.

Ciao can be good, but I often fill in 20 or so questions and then get screened out so dont get paid - annoying. Took me 6 months to earn £5. You can do other stuff as well though like write product reviews.

Mutualpoints can be good for a combination of surveys and webclicks. £25 over 5 months.

The thing with most of them is they use little internet time but can be a while between surveys. Handy for extra cash earned whilst online anyway, but not something to rely on.

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