A little late getting into this discussion. But my favorite so far is OneOpinion. I think it’s mentioned here. Survey Junkie cool. MyPoints is okay. Ipso, not so much. I did make 300 points today in about 6 hours and every single survey except one I was disqualified for. I was disqualified for the two pointers as well as the higher pointed ones. I’ve never had that problem. Yes you get disqualified, but not everyone out of 30 or so. One of them I actually made to the 98% and was disqualified. I think they didn’t like the fact I was female, except that was answered at the beginning.
How It Works: MyPoints made it on the list of best survey sites for 2019 as it rewards its members for online activities such as reading emails, playing games, online surveys, printing out coupons among other things. They pay their members using their own currency known as “Points”.  These points can be redeemed for online gift cards, cash via Paypal, and travel miles, etc. The minimum payout amount for most rewards is $10; however, PayPal payments start at $25. Redemption times for your awards vary. When you redeem your points for cash via Paypal, the request is usually processed within 4-5 days. For other prizes, the wait time varies.
Buxvertise is another impressive platform on the list of Best PTC Sites. We can join as a member or an advertiser. This PTC site provides various features to earn cash like view ads, CPA Lead, Offer Wall, Icon Cash, Grid and Referring and many more. We think they have a good amount of tasks through which a user can earn good money online. They also have 3 different Account upgrading levels including member, Boxer, Eternity with amazing options and opportunities to maximise earnings.

I’ve been taking surveys at PrizeRebel for awhile and have had a consistent problem which has gotten consistently worse lately. They cheat! When I submit my survey at the end, I get this message, “Something went wrong”, or “Unable to connect to server”. Or, they put up picture of this little broken robot guy and say, “Oops, looks like he broke it again” and I don’t receive any points for my work. Then here’s the ultimate: Near the end of the survey, they put in a question that’s impossible to answer: Do you drink: A. Beer B. Whiskey? There are no other choices, so I have to pick one, which then puts me in the position of lying, cheating, or whatever. The contact button at the bottom is gone. Since it doesn’t match my profile information and they already have the rest of my information, I’m just stuck and I don’t get my points. Then they lower my quality score. PrizeRebel is a poor quality survey site that doesn’t care anything about the people who diligently work hard on these surveys. Survey takers need to beware of PrizeRebel.

I reside in Jamaica. I am at a disadvantage in securing paid surveys because of my location as the so-called first world countries receive all the choice survey sites leaving the crumbs that fall from the Master’s table. The survey field needs to be leveled. Because of the advent of IT capability, the world is just one community. Everyone is aware of what goes on everywhere.
I use Survey Junkie. It is the number one best survey app I have come across so far. I have cashed out already twice: the first time, it was for $10 and I made it within hours. Then I made almost $20, so basically $30 so far and I haven’t even had the app downloaded for longer than 2 weeks. It’s super easy to redeem. You can do PayPal, gift cards, or cash deposited into any account as long as you have a routing and account #. So, yes, it’s real cash. It says 5 business days before you receive it, but I received mine within 2 days. So, on your free time, just do surveys. You have to have patience. That’s the key. If you do, then that’s the app or site for you. Good luck.
Surveys can be on many different topics, like your TV-watching habits, your favorite places to eat, what material of sweater you prefer in the fall, etc. Many surveys can take less than 5 minutes to complete, although some take longer (and pay more money). Despite the wide array of topics, the end goal of paid online surveys is usually the same: to get a better idea of what consumers are thinking and how they make decisions.

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Phone.. Then 3/4 of them I received were not mobile friendly.. Some repeated the little survey multiple times to see if you qualify for the big survey.. A good 7 min of back and forth.. Then they would say I didn’t qualify!! Also I was bombarded by expired surveys every single day.. Like 6 per Company per day!! Then not much for 2-3 days just enough to make you panic then boom again!! I contacted most of these companies to advise. Them of all this, most took three days or so to reply.. I just had enough and unsubscribed..
In most cases, you can redeem your points for merchandise or for gift cards. Understand that redeeming for merchandise isn’t usually the best choice. Many of the items are outdated or of poor quality. You are usually better off redeeming the points you get from filling out paid surveys on gift cards. Check to see if the gift cards offered are to your favourite stores or places that you shop regularly.
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