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Saturday, November 8, 2008

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These surveys pay by point system. Emails are sent reminding you about the survey. (and they will contiue to send you emails until you reply!) You have to be quick to catch the surveys before they expire or become full. Can earn extra points for referrals. Pros: The surveys are interesting! Cons: The surveys seem a little long and the points I earn seem to be low for a 20 minute survey.These surveys pay by point system. Emails are sent reminding you about the survey. (and they will contiue to send you emails until you reply!) You have to be quick to catch the surveys before they expire or become full. Can earn extra points for referrals. Pros: The surveys are interesting! Cons: The surveys seem a little long and the points I earn seem to be low for a 20 minute survey."

Mypoints.com

Based on points you can cash in for rewards. website has a lot to offer if you are intersted in travel or online shopping. The site sends emails with brief surveys to earn points. If you are a coupon hound this site gives you points for printing out coupons. Rewards are gift cards to your favorite stores or restraunts. This would be a good place to do your on-line Christmas Shopping!

Lightspeedpanel.com

Lightspeed panel pays you points for surveys. Points can be redeemed in the online store associated withthe website. You can recieve gift certificates ringtones ect. They also have surveys in which you are entered into a sweepstakes for cash. If youwant to participate you have to be quick to respond to your email that a survey is available, otherwise it will max out. I have had not too much success with this site as most surveys don't apply to my geographical area

Greenfield Online

Greenfield Online
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This website startts out with a goood premise.. make money by doing surveys on line. However you have to check your email quite frequently to be able to participate in many of the cash suyrveys. You are notified of new surveys through emails. The surveys " max out" if you do not take them in a specified time period. Another Con is they do not send out a lot of "cash" emails for surveys. The surveys are mostly for points you can redeem on their website. I have been a memeber since July and have not made any cash.
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Cash Crate

CashCrates overall web design seems a little more user friendly. The payout also seems to be more than other websites. Pros; CashCrate has a nice feature where you can list the offers as 100% free from the most payout to the least. You can also set your limit on when you want a check to be cut. Cons: Some of the surveys they list as free actually are not. You go through the whole process then it asks you to select a silver or gold product. These items are ususally free but you have to pay for shipping and handling. I have also had problems with the websites shutting down after I click NO to an offer. The latest: I applied for a credit card through cashcrate and it was to be a 30 dollar reward for completed application and first use. Last I checked the 30 dollars pending is ..Poof!.. gone. I have put an email in to thte support center...

Inbox dollars

InBox dollars claims you get paid for reading emails. You get paid 2 cents for each email you confirm. InBox Dollars seemed to give a quick first payout. I made 48 dollars on my first check with in a month's time. After the first check it seems that the accumulation for a second check is going very slowly. Pros: The website allows you to decide when a check should be cut and sent. You get paid 2 cents for every email read. Cons: There is s a processing fee so you won't get the whole amount . Completing surveys seemed to be difficut as I didn't qualify for most of them due to my geographical area. Be sure to have a seperate email for this account as your mailbox will fill up quickly!