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    Earn ££££'s for filling out surveys

    Fill out questionnaires online that well known and not dodgy . Bank the points for the surveys, and not enter the prize draws and when you reach 5,00 points claim £50.00. or wait and claim it when you want towards xmas etc. You can also adjust the settings as to how often you receive the surveys.
    I'm on £150.00 just for filling surveys online Taken approx 12 months to reach that levelBut still money for nothing or very little effort...
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    yougov.co.uk/?stay
    not sure about this 'goverment backed' bit
    Yougov are an independent outfit nothing to do with the government
    Edited by: "Wongy110" 22nd Aug 2016

    You get 50 points for most of their surveys and they take about 15 minutes to complete. So, to get the £50 for 5,000 points you need to complete 100 surveys which will be about 25 hours work, giving you a pay rate of £2 an hour. Even Sports Direct pays better than that.

    I suppose that it's OK if you've got nothing else to do and you like playing with online surveys but it's a very poor reward for your time.

    Original Poster

    Money for nothing though.. Hardly hard work, is it if at night sitting at home watching tv... and mine never take what time they say...

    lucyloo1968

    Money for nothing though.. Hardly hard work, is it if at night sitting … Money for nothing though.. Hardly hard work, is it if at night sitting at home watching tv... and mine never take what time they say...



    ​No its not money for nothing, it's using up your time and given the amount of time you spend doing it for such a small reward makes it hardly worth doing?

    I used YouGov for a while but struggled to get anywhere with surveys. I use Swagbucks now.

    Usually earn a £15 Amazon voucher as minimum per month. Some surveys are 5 mins, some are 10/15. But you also get points for using their searchbar, watching videos etc.

    Great if you have time to spare

    beatrixkiddo79

    I used YouGov for a while but struggled to get anywhere with surveys. I … I used YouGov for a while but struggled to get anywhere with surveys. I use Swagbucks now.Usually earn a £15 Amazon voucher as minimum per month. Some surveys are 5 mins, some are 10/15. But you also get points for using their searchbar, watching videos etc.



    Which is also a vast waste of time... I found very little point in all this survey stuff. Adds up to £20 a month or so which is hardly worth the time spent.

    I tried to GET on Swaybacks a survey, but after answering some questions came always a message
    saying "we have enough participants in your age, with your background and so on", so mainly I did
    really hours and hours and haven't got even one point. In the meantime they collected a lot of data from me, in what kind of house I am living, what my work is and what I am responsible for and so
    on ( they call it "updating your profile to find a survey " and I haven't been paid at all. How did you get on Swaybacks a survey? I don't know in my circle of friends one single person who reached to finish
    one because they say always after some question "you don't match" or "we have enough participants"

    I don't know really, I seem to do quite well so must meet the criteria. There's also a lot I get kicked off too. It's the only one I've stuck with as I've had the same problems with you with other survey websites.

    Banned

    beatrixkiddo79

    I used YouGov for a while but struggled to get anywhere with surveys. I … I used YouGov for a while but struggled to get anywhere with surveys. I use Swagbucks now.Usually earn a £15 Amazon voucher as minimum per month. Some surveys are 5 mins, some are 10/15. But you also get points for using their searchbar, watching videos etc.


    Might give Swagbucks a try sometime later. Not really into these websites though.

    It took me a while to get into the website Gamer_U as there's a lot going on on there but so far I've earned approx £145 in Amazon vouchers since Feb. I usually just do the surveys when I'm watching tv & use it as my search engine.
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