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    • sarah1972
    • By sarah1972 10th Oct 14, 4:06 AM
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    YourWord Survey Site. Earn giftcards
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    • 10th Oct 14, 4:06 AM
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    YourWord Survey Site. Earn giftcards 10th Oct 14 at 4:06 AM
    Only just joined so not sure how good they will be but like any of them, its worth a try.

    https://www.yourword.com/l.html#/join-in

    Attractive Rewards

    Redeem YourRewards for gift cards to a copious selection of popular retailers and restaurants. Gift card values range from £5 to £25 at places like:

    M&S
    John Lewis
    Amazon.co.uk
    iTunes
    Pizza Express

    YourWord helps build brands just for you

    Talk to and about brands through YourWord. It's like a direct line to brands, where you talk and brands listen. Get heard via an online survey. Snap and share a picture of the ads you notice on the way to work. Or hop on a chat and tell us about your hopes and dreams for a brand's new product. Fill us in and earn rewards for your time. With YourWord and YourWord mobile, you can earn rewards for your feedback while waiting in a checkout queue or at the bus stop
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    • redagila
    • By redagila 23rd May 15, 1:16 PM
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    redagila
    When did YourWord stop doing Amazon vouchers? Just logged on to get my balance over the £5 threshold and there is no option for Amazon anymore
    Originally posted by LouFace

    Just looked online and Amazon is showing for me.
    • Skadi
    • By Skadi 23rd May 15, 4:09 PM
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    Skadi
    Cashed out my first £5 yesterday, redeemed (and spent) my £5 Amazon voucher already.
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    • mrsdinozzo
    • By mrsdinozzo 1st Jun 15, 7:39 PM
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    mrsdinozzo
    Beware - after a few surveys, you'll find you spend well over their quoted time (eg: 40 mins) filling in a new survey and then once you're near the end after 50 minutes- they'll tell you you are not suitable for survey and that's that!
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    • MaShadow
    • By MaShadow 1st Jun 15, 7:58 PM
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    MaShadow
    there may be better ones. but having sites like yourword as backup. works as they all add up.. ive spent hundreds on amazon but only £20 is out of my own pocket. all thanks to survey sites
    • MollyDolly
    • By MollyDolly 2nd Jun 15, 7:52 AM
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    MollyDolly
    there may be better ones. but having sites like yourword as backup. works as they all add up.. ive spent hundreds on amazon but only £20 is out of my own pocket. all thanks to survey sites
    Originally posted by MaShadow
    Me too, everything I buy on Amazon is with vouchers I have earned, bar the odd pound or two.
    • itm2
    • By itm2 10th Jun 15, 6:48 PM
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    itm2
    So has anyone worked out what the minimum/maximum reward is for doing a survey? With ValuedOpinions it varies from 25p to £2, depending on the length of the survey
    • asajj
    • By asajj 2nd Oct 15, 11:03 AM
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    asajj
    Just got another £5 Amazon voucher with them.
    Most surveys I completed were between 75p and £1.25 and 15 minutes - 30 minutes.So usually, with 5-6 surveys you can get a £5 gift card. If you are dq'ed after answering questions, you will get 10p.
    £2015 in 2015 / £2015

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    • bouboumum
    • By bouboumum 9th Feb 16, 5:04 PM
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    bouboumum
    Hi, all my earnings are in dollars and I have no option to get amazon.co.uk vouchers (only amazon.com). Anyone else noticed that?

    • GetRealBabe
    • By GetRealBabe 9th Feb 16, 5:13 PM
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    GetRealBabe
    Hi, all my earnings are in dollars and I have no option to get amazon.co.uk vouchers (only amazon.com). Anyone else noticed that?
    Originally posted by bouboumum
    Hi

    That's strange as all my earning are in £s. Best if you contact them.
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    • London50
    • By London50 9th Feb 16, 5:36 PM
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    London50
    All of mine {including one I have just done} are in English pounds and Amazon vouchers for the UK site
    • Biggles
    • By Biggles 10th Feb 16, 9:56 AM
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    Biggles
    I signed up OK but clicking on the link in the confirmation email just takes me to the homepage again. When I click 'Log in' and enter my email & password, it again just goes to the homepage.

    Doesn't look as though they pay very well, though, maybe it's not worth it?
    • London50
    • By London50 10th Feb 16, 10:53 AM
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    London50
    I joined 1 st October 2015 and have had £35 in Amazon vouchers and £10 in Argos ones so far as well as having another £7.35 that I have not claimed as yet. Personally for the work/reward system I have no complaints
    • redagila
    • By redagila 10th Feb 16, 2:15 PM
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    redagila
    Hi, all my earnings are in dollars and I have no option to get amazon.co.uk vouchers (only amazon.com). Anyone else noticed that?
    Originally posted by bouboumum
    On the homepage there is a choice of languages English (Uk) or (US). Perhaps you signed up with English (US) and this has affected your payments and rewards.
    • Biggles
    • By Biggles 10th Feb 16, 3:04 PM
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    Biggles
    I signed up OK but clicking on the link in the confirmation email just takes me to the homepage again. When I click 'Log in' and enter my email & password, it again just goes to the homepage.
    Originally posted by Biggles
    Odder and odder.

    Despite apparently having been unable to verify my email, and despite not being able to log in, I have been sent a survey. OK, it duplicated three sets of questions, then apologised, saying it didn't fit my profile after all.

    Still can't log in, tho.
    • redagila
    • By redagila 23rd Feb 16, 11:37 PM
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    redagila
    Odder and odder.

    Despite apparently having been unable to verify my email, and despite not being able to log in, I have been sent a survey. OK, it duplicated three sets of questions, then apologised, saying it didn't fit my profile after all.

    Still can't log in, tho.
    Originally posted by Biggles

    Interesting. I have been a member for some time and are having the same problem as you. Log in but it immediately reverts back to the same log in page. I have told YourWord but getting nowhere with their suggestions although they are trying to find a resolution.
    Have you reported the problem to them? Is anyone else finding this is happening to them as well?
    • Biggles
    • By Biggles 24th Feb 16, 7:43 AM
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    Biggles
    Both IE11 and Chrome produced the same result but I now find I can log in using Firefox. It shouldn't be so hard, though.

    Have you always had the problem, or has it begun recently?
    • daedal
    • By daedal 24th Feb 16, 9:06 AM
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    daedal
    This is a great site, however I do find that logging in can be a bit of a nightmare. For example somedays it will show on Chrome and IE and other days it won't. The only solution I found was to check your earnings etc I use my tablet or phone and it displays each time. I've also found that I often need to click on logout and then login again for anything to show. I assume its to do with how the browser is caching the site.
    • London50
    • By London50 24th Feb 16, 9:30 AM
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    London50
    I must be lucky as I always use Google chrome and have had no problems at all. I just logged in a few mins ago to do another survey and although it was a bit slow loading other than that no problems.
    • Marvqn1
    • By Marvqn1 10th Dec 16, 6:30 PM
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    Marvqn1
    Did anyone else have a problem joining YourWord at the stage where it asks for a mobile number?

    When I enter my mobile number it says 'Oops! That number is invalid.' There is only enough space to enter a mobile number excluding the 0 so I don't understand it.
    • KAAT_LADY
    • By KAAT_LADY 21st Dec 16, 10:14 PM
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    KAAT_LADY
    Did anyone else have a problem joining YourWord at the stage where it asks for a mobile number?

    When I enter my mobile number it says 'Oops! That number is invalid.' There is only enough space to enter a mobile number excluding the 0 so I don't understand it.
    Originally posted by Marvqn1

    i get same
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