Dubit Informer earn money for surveys

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Found 7th Apr 2008
Before people start shouting the odds.
I wasnt sure where to put this so mods can move if needed.
Some people may of heard of this others may not but this is for those that havnt.

What is Informer?
Informer is a unique scheme which is only available for young people. It is for those who want to make their opinions and voices heard and get paid for it.

As a member of Informer you will be part of an exclusive group that is given access to new ideas, new ad campaigns and new technologies - all before anyone else!! Informers are the ones who influence which ideas are decent enough to take forward, influencing the decisions made by organisations and companies. They really do want to know what you think!

How do I earn money?
Once you have been accepted you will receive e-mails inviting you to go to dubitinformer.com/ and complete surveys online. For every survey you complete you will receive between 50p and £2. Once you have reached £25 you can claim your money.

There are 2 types of survey:

The standard survey - where you are paid between 50p and £2
A recruitment survey - you do not get paid but if you are recruited you will get involved in talking about brands or services and may get free stuff or advice in return
Can my mates become Informers?
Anyone can apply to become an Informer by completing the registration section. You can also refer one of your friends by entering their contact details. This will earn you an extra £1 on your balance, if they then sign up.

I have signed up but I can't login
We have to manually approve each account. This might take a few days depending on how busy we are. Also if you are under 16 we will need to get permission from your parent/guardian before you can start filling in surveys and earning money.

What happens to the information I give?
All information you provide is held in complete privacy. We do not pass on any of your contact details to anyone! You will not receive junk e-mail because of us. We are committed to ensuring your privacy and are liable under the Data Protection Act.

So what happens now?
Now you can visit the informer site at dubitinformer.com/ where you can sign up to complete surveys. You can edit your profile and keep an eye out for opportunities to join one of the Insider Teams.


This is mainly aimed at teenagers but i suppose adults could always do it aswell.

My son has been using it for a while now and has had alot of surveys through from them.
Also unlike pureprofile and juicy brains these surveys never get full up.

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Thanks will give it a try :thumbsup:
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