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June 05, 2012


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Survey Queen

Your video is spot on. It's nice to see someone giving out good advice about paid surveys and not trying to scam you. I can vouch for most of the sites on the list. I belong to several different survey panels and they do pay me cash for taking surveys. It may not be a lot of money but it's free money that I can earn very easily.

Bella White

i actually have tried some online jobs such as surveys but i dont have any good experience at it..
they dont give me surveys all the time...they give 3 or 5 surveys per week...but that was all in the past,.. :)

Bay Area DJ


findfocusgroups.com is probably the best site I have found, same survey or group studies make up to $200, you have to check your area, and sometimes have to travel, but I have made close to $500 on this site.


I have been doing online surveys for about 6 monthes and have found that most surveys pay about 50 cents per survey and take anywhere from 15 minutes up to 45 minutes

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I have to agree with previous comments, you cannot make much from surveys! I have been doing them around 6 months, and the most I made is probably $2.00 for one survey. Most surveys pay a lot less, especially sendearnings, which offers to pay only about $.50 for 30-45 minute survey. The worst part is that you may spend 10 minutes or more on a survey, only to find out you don't qualify. That has been extremely frustrating to me!!

I did get an e-mail once that offered me $75 for a 45 minute phone survey (from KJT group). I tried it, but wasn't sure if it was too good to be true. I was pleasantly surprised that the check came in the mail!

If you are going to do surveys, make sure you set up a different e-mail account, you will get a LOT of junk mail.

Jim, I wonder why the person you know makes so much from surveys. I just have a modest income, but I am a homemaker with 3 children, so the survey companies should be intersted in me. Could it be the difference in income levels?


I have signed up with several survey sites and can say that I would like to know where you can get $30 for a survey. There are a few other reputable survey sites that aren't listed, but you do have a nice list of some of the best ones. What is funny is that you can have access to the same surveys from multiple companies, but one company will give you 50 cents and another 2 dollars.

lori grice

I have been doing online surveys for about 6 monthes and have found that most surveys pay about 50 cents per survey and take anywhere from 15 minutes up to 45 minutes. Some pay more, perhaps $2.00, but those are few and far between. I do not think this is a viable way to make decent money unless you are doing surveys for 12 hours a day. I have not even made the minimum of $30 that Inbox Dollars requires before they pay you in the 6 monthes I have been doing them! I say, do them for fun or to waste some time, but do not do them thinking you can make any serious money!

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