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Need help finding Good Paying Survey Sites? Topic: Toluna research
June 20, 2019 / By Harley
Question: I am looking for a little bit of extra money a month. I have signed up for survey sites but most of them require that I complete an offer by using my credit card. Does anyone have any information on how to find some good paying survey sites that don't require using a credit card? Thank you for any advice you have.
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Elbie Elbie | 6 days ago
The rule, as always, is to stay away from those that ask you to pay before you can get these surveys. Legitimate market survey companies such as Pinecone Research recruit members based on demographic characteristics -- e.g. mothers of babies 0-12 years old -- and will send surveys of products and services targeting this demographic group. Pinecone Research, however, pays only $5 per survey -- you're definitely not going to be rich with that. They can give you anywhere from 1-5 at most surveys in a month. Other companies simply ask you to answer as many research as possible, and you don't earn anything just the chance to win at a raffle (which I find lame). Pinecone Research http://www.pineconeresearch.com Toluna http://us.toluna.com/Default.aspx Harris Poll Online http://www.harrispollonline.com BuzzBack http://www.buzzback.com SurveySite http://www.surveysite.com SurveySavvy http://www.surveysavvy.com Survey Spot http://www.surveyspot.com/ http://www.internetpaidsurveys.com/
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Elbie Originally Answered: Need help finding good web sites for a Work at Home job?
A home based "job" is not going to bring you a sufficient amount of income. You will only be paid minimum wage. Most companies don't feel they need to pay anyone more then that because their gas cost is eliminated. What people don't realize, what about your spouse? Do they still have to drive to work every day? Grocery shopping, outings, and things like that are still going to cost gas. If your married and you have a minimum waged job, pretty much your entire pay check will be going to your spouse's gas tank with the gas prices these days. Then you still have the normal bills you need to pay each month as well, food, utilities, mortgage (rent for most people). Think about how much money you spend in that alone? If you need more income, I don't see how a minimum wage home "job" is going to cut it then. If you really want to work from home, and want to make a sufficient amount of income, then I suggest you start your own home based business. There are many different kinds of home based businesses to get involved in. Child Daycare Centers, Catering, Scrap Booking, Telecommunications, Candle Making, Travel agents, Tax Preparations, Health etc. Most home based business cost under $500 to start. Depending on what you want to get involved in doing. Home based businesses have the same income opportunity as a tradition store front business like a shoe store, Subway etc. With a Home Based Business, you don't have all the over head expenses as you do with traditional businesses. Just about everything in your home, becomes a tax write off. When you first start a business, their is no money made at first. You have to build it up. No matter what business you get involved in. The more effort you put into it and how hard your willing to work it, the faster you start making a sufficient amount of income. If you calculate the amount of hours you put into a regular job or a home "job" and the little you get paid, you would be better off starting a simple home based business, but make a lot more money and have more advantages. In home based businesses, depending on which one you get involved in, it usually takes about 2 to 4 weeks to start making an average income. (about the same time frame as your first payroll period) Then as you keep working your business, 4 to 6 weeks to increase that income, and 3 to 6 months to be self sufficient. That is only if you put the time and effort into it. If you just say "I started a business" and don't put any time or the effort needed in your business, then you won't make an income. Most people have full time jobs and run their business on the side. When their business reaches the income level they desire, they put their normal jobs down and continue with their business growing. Other's dive into it head first and tackle it and get it going faster. Either way, you have the same opportunity to make a sufficient amount of income. I don't know what you enjoy doing, hobbies, interests etc, so I'm not sure which home based business to refer you over to. I can let you know what my husband and I have been involved in for over six years. For some more ideas you are more then welcome to take a look at my 360 page blog on home based business opportunities. There are over a half a dozen different ones to look at. The business we chose to get involved in was more practical to us and something people used on a daily bases and wouldn't know what they would do without. We didn't have to worry about when money runs tight for them that they'd run to the nearest store and buy the items on sale, or have to cut back expenses and drop what I was providing some sort of service to make ends meet for them. We also wanted to make sure that they were registered with the BBB, who was involved with the company. They have also have been featured in several magazines like USA Today, Success, Fortune etc. Inc 500 also rated us the 22nd fastest growing company in our first five years. We are world wide with headquarters in in Farmington Hills Michigan, Carolina, Canada, Europe, Australia. So it's a pretty good sized organization to be involved in. We partnered up with a 15 year old world wide company that offers services that people use every day and pay for anyway. Services like Local and Long distance telephone services, Internet, digital, video, VOIP, Satellite TV, and all the major cellular phone providers like Verizon, T-mobile, Sprint, AT&T, Nextell, Alltel etc. as well. How many people do you know, or know of around the world that uses one or more of these services? That's another reason why we chose this business because everyone uses one or more. It's a service that people are not going to give up on because money is tight. People are going to pay their utility bills before they purchase the top brand of soap when they can easily run to the dollar store and buy a package of 4 for a dollar instead of a bar for $2 sort of thing. You know what I mean? We save people money on services that they are already using and paying for, and offer them services that they don't have, but would like to. As an example, say they have a local and long distance telephone service, they want Internet, I offer them the Internet as well as save them money on their local and long distance telephone service, they accept and then every single month these people pay these bills that they are going to anyway, every month we make a percentage. This is a very profitable business to get involved in. A lot of money involved in this industry! If you'd like more information, your more then welcome to email me at anytime. Tiffany

Carlyle Carlyle
Never give your credit card details to anyone on the internet other than paypal or your bank. I paid a survey website $49 about a year ago thinking I would be automatically signed up to a whole series of survey sites. In fact it was a page of links to free survey sites, mostly international of little relevance. I use: Valued Opinions Rewards Central My Opinions Your Opinion My View My Survey.net Survey Village Pure Profile (These are honest sites that will pay fair compensation for fair time) But it won't be an income. These should be enough to start off. For a full list of good australian sites go to www.surveybuster.com or www.ozesurvey.com
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Allen Allen
There are so few that you may well not find a real search company survey sites, they all, similar to your encounters just use surveys to hook you into marketers, for which the survey sites earns a bounty, any payment you receive is a fraction of this commission. There are sites that have tasks for under 10 people with no credit card like cashcrate, but they again are sales lead capturing schemes that will end up sending lots of junk to your emails. http://workhomebusiness.org/starting-mak... One possible alternative in this scam infested web that's a little more straight forward: There are micro task sites that have you do a very short task for some change, some people do them for entertainment instead of crossword puzzles, they can often be using you to pump up interest ratings for some site. The first of these was developed by Amazon.com staff to automate tasks a computer was not good at, like picking which of 2 photos is more pleasant. Named after an 18th century chess playing machine that had a man hidden inside, Mechanical Turk can be found at mturk.com, similar sites are shorttask and microworkers. Some tasks may involve offers but you can skip them and stick to what's comfortable for you. There are a number of freelance marketplaces that people with tech skills make a living on, less technical people might find writing, virtual assistant or basic web skill projects. Bids an be low due to the world wide work force,native English speakers have a big edge in writing tasks, expect roughly $5 for a 450 word article. These sites include elance, odesk and freelance.com, odesk has skill tests that can help you with placement.
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Tawny Tawny
You were correct not to give your credit card number. Any survey sites that require a credit card are scams. However....there is no such thing as a "good paying" survey site. The legit sites pay very little. You might make $25 after 6 months to a year.
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Tawny Originally Answered: Best online survey paying websites?
The rule, as always, is to stay away from those that ask you to pay before you can get these surveys. Legitimate market survey companies such as Pinecone Research recruit members based on demographic characteristics -- e.g. mothers of babies 0-12 years old -- and will send surveys of products and services targeting this demographic group. Pinecone Research, however, pays only $5 per survey -- you're definitely not going to be rich with that. They can give you anywhere from 1-5 at most surveys in a month. Other companies simply ask you to answer as many research as possible, and you don't earn anything just the chance to win at a raffle (which I find lame). Pinecone Research http://www.pineconeresearch.com Toluna http://us.toluna.com/Default.aspx Harris Poll Online http://www.harrispollonline.com BuzzBack http://www.buzzback.com SurveySite http://www.surveysite.com SurveySavvy http://www.surveysavvy.com Survey Spot http://www.surveyspot.com/ http://www.internetpaidsurveys.com/

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