PollPass Discussion - Chat Style Surveys

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Has anyone here tried PollPass?

It is a website that can be used on a phone, tablet or computer and it asks questions in a conversational style. Each question you answer gives you points and once you have 5000 points you can claim a payment of £5.

I believe that the questions give you 15 points for each one you answer and it is the sort of thing you can drop in and out of and go back to it when you're ready

I am over halfway towards my first £5. Other people had mentioned the app to me on a Facebook group.
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  • Marvqn1Marvqn1 Forumite
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    I've not tried PollPass, but I've read about it. It sounds rather fun.

    How many questions are available each day?
  • MM18_MM18_ Forumite
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    I’ve been using this and cashed out my first £5.81 already.

    You get just over £3 for the initial “about you” questions and then I think it usually ranges between 4 and 16 (ish) questions a day.
  • TomboTombo Forumite
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    Marvqn1 wrote: »
    I've not tried PollPass, but I've read about it. It sounds rather fun.

    How many questions are available each day?
    MM18_ wrote: »
    I’ve been using this and cashed out my first £5.81 already.

    You get just over £3 for the initial “about you” questions and then I think it usually ranges between 4 and 16 (ish) questions a day.


    Thanks for the info, I just joined recently so I don't really know how often the questions come yet.

    Congrats on your first cashout!
    2008 Wins: The Shapes - Get Your Learn On (CD), Free transport to and from a Christmas Party
    2009 Wins: Years Supply of Orbit Complete (144 packets), £50 of Odeon vouchers
    2018 Wins: Rockstar Energy Drink Headphones
    :jDebt-Free Wannabe!! :j
  • I've been using these for just over a month now and have just cashed out for a second time! It took about a week to get my Amazon voucher, but you can request cash via PayPal too so I don't know if that's any faster.

    I do seem to have issues logging in every now and then, sometimes being told my email isn't recognised. It seems to be when there are no new questions for me to answer. Has anyone else had this problem?
  • TomboTombo Forumite
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    I've been using these for just over a month now and have just cashed out for a second time! It took about a week to get my Amazon voucher, but you can request cash via PayPal too so I don't know if that's any faster.

    I do seem to have issues logging in every now and then, sometimes being told my email isn't recognised. It seems to be when there are no new questions for me to answer. Has anyone else had this problem?

    I've had the same problem with logging in and other people I've spoken to have mentioned it. I messaged PollPass about it but haven't really had a clear answer yet.
    2008 Wins: The Shapes - Get Your Learn On (CD), Free transport to and from a Christmas Party
    2009 Wins: Years Supply of Orbit Complete (144 packets), £50 of Odeon vouchers
    2018 Wins: Rockstar Energy Drink Headphones
    :jDebt-Free Wannabe!! :j
  • I've just joined but got bored halfway through the about you questions. I'll go back to it though.
    Don't mess with pensioners. :cool:
  • I went back to it and completed all the questions. I worked my way up to 2950 points but there have been no more questions since. Today I haven't been able to get on the site. It says it's overloaded. I'm having more luck with Branded Surveys and Qmee.
    Don't mess with pensioners. :cool:
  • Marvqn1Marvqn1 Forumite
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    Is the amount you earn per point now lower than before?

    I earned 121 points and it says that is £0.12

    Previously, it was £5 for 5000 points which equals 1p per point.
  • scottmc2scottmc2 Forumite
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    Is the amount you earn per point now lower than before?

    I earned 121 points and it says that is £0.12

    Previously, it!was £5 for 5000 points which equals 1p per point.

    Either you've made a typo or your maths is wrong. £5 for 5000 points is 0.1p per point, same as £0.12 for 121 points.
  • red_devilred_devil Forumite
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    i gave up as they got so busy and it was taking ages to make five pounds.
    :footie:
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