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Darwin's Data

214 Main Street, Suite 512, El Segundo, California  90245 United States
Tel:   Contact: http://www.darwinsdata.com
Operated by: Darwin's Data

Overall User Rating

312 user reviews
Rewards Offered
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Member Opportunities
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Redemption Info
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No minimum balance required - complete assignments, get e-mailed Amazon gift codes

Darwin's Data General Information

Answer questions regarding legal disputes by watching videos and then providing your feedback. Earn $25+ possible bonuses (awarded in Amazon gift codes) for each survey you complete.

Eligibility: USA citizens. 18+ only.

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"Great Organization"
Wednesday, May 27, 2015 by Bruce

Good opportunity for a study, super quick compensation. Top-notch all the way.

"The Best!"
Friday, May 15, 2015 by Gretchen

Darwin's Data has very interesting topics, and the rewards are amazing!

"I Love These Surveys"
Thursday, May 14, 2015 by Alan

Darwin's Data surveys are interesting, thought-provoking and a bit challenging. I really enjoy completing them and look forward to being invited to take part in more of their surveys. Getting rewarded for completing the surveys is a great bonus.

"Darwin's Data Rating"
Monday, April 27, 2015 by Roxanne

It does what it say. I enjoyed the survey and have received the amazon gift card. Thank you.

"Great Easy Money"
Wednesday, April 22, 2015 by Alison

Darwin's Data is very reliable, and they pay well! $25 Amazon gift cards for completing mock court trials... Only thing that would be better is if they were more frequent! I get to do about 1 every 6 months... Nevertheless, it's a great surprise when I get the opportunity to participate.

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