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    • savemoney
    • By savemoney 15th Jun 10, 5:03 PM
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    • #2
    • 15th Jun 10, 5:03 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 5:03 PM
    A warning about Newvistalive survey site


    Registrant:
    ICM Direct Ltd
    6 Greenland Place
    Camden Town
    London, London NW1 0AP
    United Kingdom

    Domain Name: NEWVISTALIVE.COM
    Created on: 04-Jun-09
    Expires on: 04-Jun-14
    Last Updated on: 29-Sep-09
    • savemoney
    • By savemoney 15th Jun 10, 5:04 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 5:04 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 5:04 PM
    http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showpost.html?p=25726457&postcount=21

    Hello newvista members,
    There are several changes going on at “itsyourview.com”.
    As of Tuesday 6th of October 2009; the website address will now be: www.newvistalive.com and the email address through which you will be able to contact us will now be: info@newvistalive.com
    The website layout and content has changed considerably in response to your feedback and to illustrate how much we treasure your participation.
    We hope you find all the changes beneficial yet enjoyable. Download our newsletter from the site for a full explanation of all the new site features.
    Please note, password and login details will not be affected by these changes and will remain the same.
    Happy exploring,
    The newvistalive team
    If you have any difficulties with the new site then please contact info@newvistalive.com.
  • hbyrne
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    • 15th Jun 10, 5:15 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 5:15 PM
    Thanks. Ill be avoiding it
  • kurgon
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    • 15th Jun 10, 5:50 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 5:50 PM
    It's an excellent site - been with them for 3 years now and have earned over £200. Pays £1 per 5 minutes which you will not find better.....
    • libra10
    • By libra10 15th Jun 10, 6:00 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 6:00 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 6:00 PM
    An excellent site, in my opinion. Have been with New Vista for several years and received quite a few £50 payouts, the last just recently.

    They are one of the best paying survey companies, paying up to £6 for the occasional survey. I think they promise £1 for 5 minutes.

    Highly recommended.
  • davester
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    • 15th Jun 10, 6:22 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 6:22 PM
    An excellent site, in my opinion. Have been with New Vista for several years and received quite a few £50 payouts, the last just recently.

    They are one of the best paying survey companies, paying up to £6 for the occasional survey. I think they promise £1 for 5 minutes.

    Highly recommended.
    Originally posted by libra10
    Well thats only if you complete the survey. but the way they make it sound is that you will reach £50 for 250 mins of your actual time.
    Survey earnings total 2009 £417, 2010 £875, 2011 £574
  • kurgon
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    • 15th Jun 10, 7:15 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 7:15 PM
    Well thats only if you complete the survey. but the way they make it sound is that you will reach £50 for 250 mins of your actual time.
    Originally posted by davester
    All the sites are the same, but the new vista surveys that I get always seem to be more targetted. I complete about 75% of them, as opposed to 20% on Valued Opinions and TNS.
    • RuthMarianna
    • By RuthMarianna 15th Jun 10, 7:48 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 7:48 PM
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    • 15th Jun 10, 7:48 PM
    I got a cheque for £50 last November after 2 years with them but am currently already at £36. The surveys come less often but are well worth doing. One of my favourite survey sites.
    No 314 in "This Will Be Mine In 2009"
    Beginning my first full year of comping so hoping to follow in the footsteps of all the previous lucky winners on here!:rolleyes:
  • maisiescamp
    I have been with them for about a year and a half, I did one survery that was worth £25 alone so got to the £50 pay out quite quickly and they did pay out all ok. Most of the surveys though are only worth a few pounds so it does take a while to accumulate but then that is the same with all these survey websites.
    • altojack
    • By altojack 15th Jun 10, 8:37 PM
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    altojack
    I've been with them almost a year and so far so good. I seem to get regular surveys from them and have no complaints about payment yet.
    • horseykitty
    • By horseykitty 15th Jun 10, 9:08 PM
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    horseykitty
    I'm with them and I do get regular surveys from them but I don't like the idea of having to get to £50 before they pay out. I prefer to exchange for vouchers when I get to £10 or £20 pounds - although saying that I was surprised at how quickly I got to £40 for doing One Poll surveys. I prefer vouchers but everyone's different.
    • furndire
    • By furndire 15th Jun 10, 9:13 PM
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    furndire
    I was a member, but then I made a couple of errors on forms, no way to change them. I had waited ages to get up to £49 worth of surveys, and they took the lot. I got nothing at all from them - no amount of emails would change their minds. Just be warned - robbing barstewards, their check questions are/were badly worded.
    Last edited by furndire; 15-06-2010 at 11:27 PM.
  • Jordii
    Thanks. Ill be avoiding it
    Originally posted by hbyrne
    NewVista is a brill site
    I have had £100 out of them already.
    Young moneysaver in the making
    A penny saved, is a penny earned
    • jenniewb
    • By jenniewb 15th Jun 10, 11:31 PM
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    jenniewb
    I don't think I have ever had £1 per min but its not bad payment if and when you do get surveys. Its taken me about 3 years to get as far as £9 and you cannot cash out until you have £50, however I did seem to go through spits and spurts where I'd have one survey after the other and then nothing for months and months, not one to rely on for surveys as they are so rare.

    The other thing which irritates me is the time delay between the question loading, then the delay before you can select the correct box or type in the details. Its really of putting and has me add errors at times and if you make any errors they knock you out of the survey even if you are at the end. VERY annoying!
    • jtz
    • By jtz 16th Jun 10, 9:30 AM
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    jtz
    I don't think I have ever had £1 per min but its not bad payment if and when you do get surveys. Its taken me about 3 years to get as far as £9 and you cannot cash out until you have £50, however I did seem to go through spits and spurts where I'd have one survey after the other and then nothing for months and months, not one to rely on for surveys as they are so rare.

    The other thing which irritates me is the time delay between the question loading, then the delay before you can select the correct box or type in the details. Its really of putting and has me add errors at times and if you make any errors they knock you out of the survey even if you are at the end. VERY annoying!
    Originally posted by jenniewb
    The same for me- a 5 min survey actually takes longer because of the loading time for every answer. i think they give you 3 chances for errors- e.g. how many cars in household, answer has to be the same as when they asked in the beginning of the survey- if you make an error 3x, I think they take you out of the panel- ot entirely sure though- but good payouts- another thing is that you have to do the survey as soon as you get it, otherwise 'surevy has been closed' comes up for me.
  • Addams
    Yes, I have been with them for a few years now. Earnings are normally quite good. The withdrawl limit is £50, but you can get to it within a year. They have alot of follow on surveys. I did one over the Christmas period about what I brought, food and present wise, and got in total £12.
    They repeat questions at the beginning and end in slightly different ways to check that you are filling them in properly too. I have had one time when I didn't get paid for a survey because clicked the wrong button and couldn't go back to change it! But on the whole I am happy with them.
    May - £251.63/£155, June - £108.69/£150, July - £157.45/£155, Aug - £104.28/£155
    Sept - £110.80/£150, Make £5 a day in Oct challenge = £50.50/£155
  • missbishi
    Don't forget you can access New Vista surveys thru various cashback sites (not sure if am allowed to name them). The site I use pays 75 pence per completed survey.
  • davester
    never tracked for me in the cash back, not sure why.
    Survey earnings total 2009 £417, 2010 £875, 2011 £574
    • andi2
    • By andi2 16th Jun 10, 4:45 PM
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    andi2
    we've had a couple of payouts from them.
    Smile and be happy, things can usually get worse!
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