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    • 30th Nov 11, 9:09 AM
    OnePoll 30th Nov 11 at 9:09 AM
    Those of you who are a member of OnePoll have probably noticed that as you approach the 40 payout threshold, surveys seem to mysteriously become rather thin on the ground. Yesterday I've had proof that this is deliberate. I was on 38.90, logged on and there were 6 surveys waiting for me. "Great", I thought, "Maybe I'll hit 40 by the end of today". I did the first survey for 20p ( which took my balance to 39.10 ), returned to the home screen and all the remaining surveys had suddenly disappeared !

    Now, I realise that this is free money, and OnePoll are one of the better paying survey sites, so I guess we shouldn't really complain. But does anyone else think these are rather underhand tactics ?
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