That's good to know. Perhaps you will be willing to share the "real survey sites" you found that work well for you.
OK I guess you've found the secret and don't want to ruin it by sharing - that's understandable. But for the 'other' survey sites, what's your take on the way they deal with members and invites? I am probably on a hiding to nothing, but I find they behaviour quite disgusting and will campaign for their proper regulation. Thinking of the many thousands of people that they rip of by taking their opinions for a trifle.
The case is not about what they say they will pay for a survey, but what they actually pay, how much and if they will pay at all. Indeed we are free to choose whether to enter a survey or not. But my gripe is when I receive an invitation to enter a survey, from a company who I have given an extensive profile to. Then they ask me maybe three questions such as age, gender, location and then reject me based on my profile. I say, why was I ever bothered by them when they clearly already knew I could not enter!You may do surveys for the compensation they will pay you, but they say it's not a paying deal and that they expect your opinions to be given voluntarily. Which us why the compensation is generally very small. But even so, as volunteers, I feel I deserve more respect for my time and effort than just being selected apparently at random, without regard for the details they already know.I appreciate that for some the choice of survey panel is a personal preference. But it's still worth sharing the reasons why, as the plus points maybe be helpful to others. Indeed the negative points may not have been realised by someone else and their mention might save them much wasted effort.
Does anyone have any experience with Life Points? I've had them recommended to me but can't find much information on MSE.
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