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Like many websites of its kind, offers the prospect of being paid sums of cash for completing questionnaires on behalf of various entities, such as retailers and manufacturers of products.

The pretext for this is that you are taking part in market research. This review will look at whether survey-taking is a possible way of making money online. How It Works

By signing up, the newly recruited member is sent a list of companies which allegedly badly want surveys completed to reveal the tastes and buying behavior of different sections of the community.

The phenomenon of getting rewarded (usually with free samples of products) for completing surveys is nothing new, and since it hasn’t actually been discredited over the years, one can only assume that it works for some people. But does this mean it is very likely to be a scam? The Positives

This site, it has to be said, has been around for a while, in fact since 1999. That could certainly be seen as a reassuring point in its favor. Plus, of course, completing surveys via a company like Paid Surveys is, on the face of it, a low-risk activity. Above all, they claim that it is 100% free. Probably an important question a prospective member would want answered is: will I now start receiving large quantities of spam? are ready for this, and give the assurance: “Don’t worry, we hate spam and will never send any to our members!”

The site, in this reviewer’s opinion, is uncluttered and the opportunity on offer is not overly hyped. Plain English is one of their strengths. The Negatives is neither more nor less enticing than other offerings of this type. The fact is that it’s a middleman and as such, earns its money from referrals. A ‘referral’ is precisely what you are, of course when you become a member. Once you start logging on to the survey sites, a host of affiliated businesses pick up your email address. It is probably worth noting what visitors to forums say.

Comments relating to this type of ‘work-from-home’ opportunity state that hard cash is sometimes replaced with gift cards and prizes. This is because the actual payment very often involves winning a sweepstake.

Indeed, according to some members of the hundreds of online sites like, the rewards take the form of those “gift cards, free stuff and prizes”, mentioned at, in addition to cash. Would you do it?

If time is no object and you like the simplicity of the offer, then you may decide to go ahead. I think it is fair to say that your real value to is as a consumer. That’s okay, if you are a keen shopper.

So, anyone considering signing up to would be wise to weigh the pros and cons. Not all the details are given about how works, so you may want to do some more research or test it out first. The final question is how quickly will member of work their way through the available surveys? Do you have any experience with Share your Paid Surveys review below!

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Stacy Lewis

Stacy Lewis is a stay-at-home mom and proud single mother. Her true love is her baby boy Mason, who is her inspiration for life. After getting laid off from her position as a legal assistant in 2007, she turned to the internet as a way to support her family. Unfortunately, the road to success was rocky and her first 18 months brought nothing but credit card debt, financial stress, and one "get-rich-quick" scam after another. Finally, after almost 2 years of struggling, she was fortunate to find a great mentor who took her under his wings and taught her what it really takes to succeed online. Ever since, she's been blessed to generate a full-time income from home and views every day as an opportunity to inspire others with the same goals. There is nothing that makes her happier than being able to give back and help others!

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