Become a member of AsKGfK and get the opportunity to influence the products and services that manufacturers and the government will be providing in the future.
In return for your participation, you will receive AskGfK points which can be redeemed for various gift cards and vouchers including highstreet vouchers in the UK.
Formerly known as surveys.com
"Thank you for taking the time to contact ask GfK regarding points.
At this time we do not offer cash, PayPal or Amazon in return for points. Out catalog of redemptions is available at www.surveyrewardplace.com. Please check out your account to see what you can redeem in return for points.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions. Thank you for your participation with ask GfK.
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If you're looking for Paypal, check, or Amazon, turn back now. askGFK does not and has not had that for awhile. Of course, there are many sites that deal solely in rewards or specific gift cards/e-vouchers, so why is my rating still so low? Strap in, we'll be here for awhile.
2500 points. It seems a bit far but reasonable, right? That is, until you know the conversion rate for points to their general reward value (askGFK doesn't even give you this info, only saying that it "varies" from reward to reward). 7.5 points = $0.01. I had to calculate that by using the value for a $100 Lobster Gram card (one of the few gift cards they have) and weighing it against the point value, which was 75000. The threshold before they even let you redeem your points or even see for what you can redeem them is 2500 (~$3.33), and when you can finally do so:
-It takes a week or longer for your points to transfer to their SEPARATE rewards site, during which time your points are being validated.
-Even once you reach the rewards site, the entry threshold isn't enough to redeem for ANYTHING. The lowest and probably only worthwhile gift is the $25 dining certificate at 3250 points, just because that's like $4.33 for a $25 coupon you can use at a restaurant of your choice (limited to the ones that are part of diningdough). To give you an idea of how crap the value of some of the rewards actually is, it would take 375188 points (roughly $500.25) to get an Xbox 360 bundled with controllers and a game (doesn't say which game, btw). That's twice as much cost for what you can buy at Best Buy currently, which incidentally would come bundled with two games and one controller.
But enough about rewards. Let's talk about how many points it takes to get them. The best paying surveys GFK has to offer give 550 points (~$0.73)on successful completion. The average payouts tend to be about 150 points ($0.20). A fair amount (I'd say... 30%) of the surveys you take will give you a consolation of 15 points ($0.02) if you don't qualify.
As you can see, unless you're spamming the portal for failed qualifications or qualifying for every survey you come across, it'll take you awhile to accumulate enough points for anything, and then you have to wait a week for them to go to the rewards site before you have to wait even longer to redeem them. Tedious is probably the best word for this site. Frustrating is a good second, because their survey topics (when you actually qualify) are really interesting! I checked this site out because a couple panels I was on often had GFK surveys that I liked taking. Now, I regret joining askGFK because all that awaited me was tedium and disappointment. Their survey topics, combined with their survey presentation and ease of navigation during surveys are the reason I gave them 1.5 stars and not .0.5.
Stay away. If you like their surveys, do them through other panels.
AskGfk is the French and European and American part of the famous company GFK. It will only remunerate euro following this schedule:
Each online survey, you will receive "points investigations", 100 points corresponding to the sum of 1 euro.For a while I am connected to this site: good Relationships between members and the people Who run this site, monitoring and rapid response. Payment Within short time we say more than this site is more than Promising
I finally earned enough points to claim a £15 voucher. The website shows logos of various shops on their rewards page, including Amazon, so I was under the impression I could choose a voucher for any of these shops. However, when I tried to order an Amazon voucher, I found I was given no choice, the only reward available was a "high street voucher", with no info as to what shops I could spend it in. I ordered this reward as it was the only one on offer, but it's been 2 months now and I've still not received it. I've sent 3 messages to the panel to ask where my reward is, but they haven't replied to any of them. AVOID THIS PANEL!!!!
Not enthralled with the rewards here. Just cashed out for the first time with their products and got a cheaply made fry pan for my many points. Surveys easy enough usually, hard to find rewards page.
After the age it takes to get enough points for a claim you don't receive anything and then they don't reply to your contact messages.
Update: received code after 7 weeks but never received a reply to 2 messages. if they said in FAQ how long it took it wouldn't have been a problem. upgraded from 1 star
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