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Survey Stashing: OnePoll hints & tips

edited 29 January 2013 at 5:54PM in Boost Your Income
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edited 29 January 2013 at 5:54PM in Boost Your Income
What’s this about? Willing to give your view on the Labour Party, answer questions about your sex life, or test out the latest moisturiser? If so, it’s possible to earn £100s a year, without any special skill or talent. It’s all about stashing cash from filling in online surveys or taking part in focus groups.

The first point of call is read the full Survey Stashing guide. Then having found the best survey sites, this discussion is specifically to talk about feedback and tips for the survey site

OnePoll


If you want to discuss survey sites in general please go to the Survey Stashing Discussion.

If you’ve got a suggestion/tip

Simply click reply and add your suggestion, though its worth scanning down first to check it's not been duplicated.
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  • hayley11hayley11 Forumite
    7.6K posts
    I joined Onepoll on Wednesday and i've done 10 surveys and i'm on £3.35 but £2.50 of that was the bonus for joining! It will take me forever to get to £40! Shall keep going though! :D
    :heart: Think happy & you'll be happy :heart:
    I :heart2: my doggies
  • cally6008cally6008 Forumite
    7.6K posts
    tip for onepoll - you have to log in every day to see what surveys they offer

    surveys are very quick and easy to do, which is good

  • kell.bkell.b Forumite
    240 posts
    I've been with them a year now and about 2 months ago I hit £38.00 so thought that I would reach £40 by May (my 1 year anniversary!). How wrong could I be. I am now on £39.40 and in the last month the amount of surveys that I'm eligable for has dropped considerably. I am hoping that I reach £40 within the next two weeks.
  • how does the refer a friends promo thing work, i have emailed 5 friends, i know one of these has definetly signed up and started earning , how do i get credited? thansk
    Mortgage Start jun 2007 £88500 Outstanding Balance £51000
    Overpayments 2007 Nil 2008 £1040 2009 £7853 2010 £10000 2011 aiming for £18000 (6k so far)
    The Early Bird Gets the Worm, but the Second Mouse Gets the Cheese!!
  • nansenstnansenst Forumite
    57 posts
    This site seems to rely on you being honests and declaing that you;re not a man so ignore all men only questions and declarign you dotn have kids etc. So what if i make up some kids? Do people do that?
  • frostyglowfrostyglow Forumite
    15 posts
    There's an option when you sign up for ONEPOLL to also sign up for their onepollcashback offer where you log in and get money back for money you spend online on certain sites.

    What's the catch?
  • http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/shopping/cashback-sites-comparison/

    bump for this you may find other sites that pay better like quidco and topcashback.
    Mortgage Start jun 2007 £88500 Outstanding Balance £51000
    Overpayments 2007 Nil 2008 £1040 2009 £7853 2010 £10000 2011 aiming for £18000 (6k so far)
    The Early Bird Gets the Worm, but the Second Mouse Gets the Cheese!!
  • crazygal27crazygal27 Forumite
    219 posts
    I'm not sure if anyone can help me, but any help would be appreciated.
    When i signed up to one poll i thought that all surveys on my profile meant they were open to me so I answered them. I have since realised this isn't the case. Does this mean when i get to the threshold they will take it all off of me?
    Also on the log in page it says surveys from 10p to 1pound. Mine are all 5p with occasional 10p is this usual?
    Hoping the comping fairy is nice this month and the postman comes.
    :A:jThanks to all posters :j:A
  • crazygal in my experience they are all 10p and 5p

    i have answered some that i did not meet the criteria out of accident with no comebacks. hope this helps
    Mortgage Start jun 2007 £88500 Outstanding Balance £51000
    Overpayments 2007 Nil 2008 £1040 2009 £7853 2010 £10000 2011 aiming for £18000 (6k so far)
    The Early Bird Gets the Worm, but the Second Mouse Gets the Cheese!!
  • dippykittydippykitty Forumite
    1.1K posts
    The vast majority for me are 5p or 10p. Sometimes I get the odd 15p or 20p survey, but that's the exception rather than the norm.
    ISA savings: £25,139 Other Savings: £1750 (tied up in bond)
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