Martin promoting Swagbucks again

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I was a member for a while. The so called "quick surveys" nearly all took more than twice the time Swagbuck said they would. I worked out that If I spent an hour doing them my average payment was about £1.50. My time is worth a lot more than that. There are few survey sites that pay much better but in my opinion Swagbucks is the worst.
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  • edited 25 July at 12:03AM
    MalMonroeMalMonroe Forumite
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    edited 25 July at 12:03AM
    You don't have to use Swagbucks if you don't want to. They may work for Martin but they obviously don't suit everyone. There's always a choice. 
  • mjm3346mjm3346 Forumite
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    MalMonroe said:
    You don't have to use Swagbucks if you don't want to. They may work for Martin but they obviously don't suit everyone. There's always a choice. 
    I very much doubt that Martin would decide that doing something that can pay less than £1 an hour was a good use of his time

  • yksiyksi Forumite
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    PopulusLive and Prolific Academic have a much better rate of return for your time.
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