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    • cally6008
    • By cally6008 20th Jul 10, 12:42 AM
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    anyone ? .....

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    • 20th Jul 10, 7:24 AM
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    I signed up with these over a month ago and they seem quite alright. The surveys are sprodic, 2 in a week and then nothing for 2 weeks, but every little helps. All the surveys I've done have been quick and all points have been awarded.

    I checked them out online and couldn't find any problems/scams connected to them, only good stuff. I checked the site for T&C's, privacy policy and FAQ's etc and everything was there and made sense.
    • definitivefreak
    • By definitivefreak 21st Jul 10, 12:00 AM
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    I personally don't like Opinion Outpost. I've been a member for a few months now and I've yet to earn anythin. When I get surveys, I find that I can't answer the questions - for example, it'll ask what part of the UK I live in, but it doesn't give Northern Ireland as an option - nor does it give "other" as an option. So, I haven't been able to finish a single survey. If they didn't take Northern Irish folks then why did they let me sign up? It's a shame, since they pay out once you hit £2.50. Others want you to have £10 or even £25+.
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    • cally6008
    • By cally6008 21st Jul 10, 12:33 AM
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    • 21st Jul 10, 12:33 AM
    I personally don't like Opinion Outpost. I've been a member for a few months now and I've yet to earn anythin. When I get surveys, I find that I can't answer the questions - for example, it'll ask what part of the UK I live in, but it doesn't give Northern Ireland as an option - nor does it give "other" as an option. So, I haven't been able to finish a single survey. If they didn't take Northern Irish folks then why did they let me sign up? It's a shame, since they pay out once you hit £2.50. Others want you to have £10 or even £25+.
    Originally posted by definitivefreak
    I'd tweak the truth a little bit

    • MSE Andrea
    • By MSE Andrea 25th Oct 16, 12:42 PM
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    • Marvqn1
    • By Marvqn1 25th Oct 16, 11:27 PM
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    • 25th Oct 16, 11:27 PM
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    I don't think the surveys on Opinion Outpost are well paying at all.

    They typically give 10 points for a 15 min survey, which is only 50p. So the rate is £2 per hour. If you get screened out then it's even less.

    Not only that, but you have to answer some long winded questions even before you start a survey.
    • Huskyrunner
    • By Huskyrunner 5th Nov 16, 6:47 PM
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    I would disagree on a good week i can make 10 quid from the site not loads i know but in the grand scheme of things every little helps. I think this week i am five points away from 7.50.

    My advice with opinion outpost ensure every 2weeks you update your profile and log onto the site too check my surveys do not just depend on the emails they send.

    I have once won the prize draw they do too and had 20 quid i think it was.
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    • GreyAndGold
    • By GreyAndGold 6th Nov 16, 9:14 PM
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    • 6th Nov 16, 9:14 PM
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    I agree you can make a good amount of money with opinion Outpost and with the low threshold of 50points/£2.50 cash out to PayPal it's a useful site. However it is very low paying for the length of its surveys and often loads of questions are asked before they screen you out and if something goes wrong they are woefull at putting it right. This weekend I completed a long survey for 25 points which at the final page failed to redirect back to the site so didn't credit the points. Contacting them just resulted in the standard email I've had a number of times before that it could take 4 to 6 weeks to credit the points. I've had to chase them for credit for completing online diarys that again take 6 weeks before they will sort it.

    Overall I stick with it as it's a useful way to quickly get hold of some cash but have to accept that it can be frustrating at times if it doesn't work as it should.
    Last edited by GreyAndGold; 06-11-2016 at 9:16 PM.
    • Huskyrunner
    • By Huskyrunner 7th Nov 16, 9:14 PM
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    I have had that happen once or twice but contacting them are good at sorting the issue.
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    • sharpe106
    • By sharpe106 17th Nov 16, 10:38 AM
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    Its ok for number of surveys unfortuntly they lie a lot about lenght of time it takes to complete a survey and a lot of times screen you out when your 50/75% way through. So not really worth it unless you have 10 mins to kill.
    • sleepyjones
    • By sleepyjones 17th Nov 16, 6:34 PM
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    https://www.populuslive.com

    Seems quite good, I signed up yesterday and have had 2 surveys today for £3 each.
    They pay £1 for 5 minutes ... They pay out by cheque at the end of every month, but the minimum payout is £50 ... so you need to earn 50 points before the end of the month to get a payout (1 point = £1), it rolls over thought so if you're at £44 at the end of the month you'll get a cheque sent out at the end of the next month (assuming you earn the further 6 points in that month).
    • Huskyrunner
    • By Huskyrunner 17th Nov 16, 10:26 PM
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    I have being on populuslive 3 months and i am yet to hit the 50 points mark

    re opinion outpost yes some surveys can take a bit longer than advertised

    positives you can on a good week build up too 50 points in 2-3 days. Plus you dont have too wait weeks for the money, i think at most i have had too wait 48hours for a paypal drop.

    I dropped money from uktoluna 2 weeks back and i am still waiting for it
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    • Lucyxx
    • By Lucyxx 18th Nov 16, 10:52 AM
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    I quite like Opinion outpost, I get plenty of survey offers by email every day and although I don't earn much from it at all, the few pounds extra to top up my Paypal account is always welcome. (I really like that Paypal payments are instant aswell).

    The only thing I find annoying is when the email says for example it is a 7 minute survey and you have 10 mins to spare so think you'll do it, but you click on it and it says "this survey should take around 25 minutes to complete". That annoys me! I'm not sure if it just auto links you to a different one if the one in the email is full, but I'd rather just go to a page that says "sorry this survey is now full, would you like to try another" if that was the case.
    • sleepyjones
    • By sleepyjones 18th Nov 16, 7:58 PM
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    I have being on populuslive 3 months and i am yet to hit the 50 points mark
    Originally posted by Huskyrunner
    Had another £4 (4 points) survey today, so that's 10 points in 2 days for me.
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