Collect Nectar points with Nectar Canvass Surveys

http://www.nectar.com/collect/nectar-canvass.points

Nectar Canvass allows you to share your opinions by completing surveys and related activities online in return for Nectar points. Your opinions count so why not be rewarded for them?

For any surveys you complete you can collect up to 120 points per survey, depending on the time it's likely to take to complete. Lengths range from less than four minutes to 30 minutes. The number of points available to collect will be stated on each survey. Plus, collect 100 bonus points for completing at least one Nectar Canvass survey per month for 3 consecutive months.
Every survey you attempt to complete will also provide you with an entry into a quarterly prize draw run by our survey provider Survey Sampling International for a chance to win £5,000. See £5,000 prize draw Terms & Conditions below
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  • 3010
    3010 Posts: 5,420 Forumite
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    Some very personal questions at the beginning.
  • gozaimasu
    gozaimasu Posts: 860 Forumite
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    3010 wrote: »
    Some very personal questions at the beginning.

    More personal than any of the other survey sites? Less secure/anonymised than the other survey sites?
  • 3010
    3010 Posts: 5,420 Forumite
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    gozaimasu wrote: »
    More personal than any of the other survey sites? Less secure/anonymised than the other survey sites?

    Yes, I'd love to know why they want the postcode of my employer for a start.
  • dlusman
    dlusman Posts: 2,711 Forumite
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    doesnt seem very generous either - 120 points is only 60p ? ( and thats for half an hours work )
  • Saetana
    Saetana Posts: 1,542 Forumite
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    dlusman wrote: »
    doesnt seem very generous either - 120 points is only 60p ? ( and thats for half an hours work )
    Unfortunately, that is pretty typical for most survey panels. Toluna pay just as badly, if not worse, so do MySurvey and Valued Opinions. You cannot just do surveys for the money as the time you spend will never be adequately compensated, you need a genuine interest in completing surveys and influencing product and service development. The only panel that pay reasonably well are Pinecone (£3 per survey, usually no more than 20 minutes) but they are not a panel you can just sign up to, it usually needs a referral when they are recruiting.

    Thanks OP, I've just signed up and shall add this to the dozen or more panels I already belong to, being on a low income any extra cash/points/vouchers are always welcome.
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  • dlusman
    dlusman Posts: 2,711 Forumite
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    Saetana wrote: »
    The only panel that pay reasonably well are Pinecone (£3 per survey, usually no more than 20 minutes) but they are not a panel you can just sign up to, it usually needs a referral when they are recruiting.
    .

    I was really comparing with pinecone - which gives me £4 ( not £3 ) per survey.
  • 'Postcode of your employer' was indeed the place where I ditched this. They must be mad.
    Make £2023 in 2023: (all decluttering), current total £2860 me, £330 for friends & family, £468 charity donations.
  • sxystyle
    sxystyle Posts: 313 Forumite
    when they asked me for my work post code I just left it blanked and it worked. :T
  • Cleo03
    Cleo03 Posts: 110 Forumite
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    sxystyle wrote: »
    when they asked me for my work post code I just left it blanked and it worked. :T

    I also left it blank and managed to continue with the rest of the survey.
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  • steve1500
    steve1500 Posts: 1,438 Forumite
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    If they ask stupid questions like employers info they get stupid answers
    Private Parking Tickets - Make sure you put your Subject Access Request in after 25th May 2018 - It's free & ask for everything, don't forget the DVLA :D
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