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5800 Tennyson Parkway, Suite 600 Plano, Texas  75024 United States
Tel:   Contact: info@e-rewards.com
Operated by: Research Now USA

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207 user reviews
Rewards Offered
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Member Opportunities
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Redemption Info
60 account minimum to buy $25 GameStop gift card

E-Rewards General Information

Invitation only survey panel.

Eligibilty: Must be 13+ to join in USA/Canada. Minimum age to join varies in other regions.

"Long winded"
February 02, 2016 by Ashley from United Kingdom

Some of these surveys seem to take forever and I was screened out of a few but only after filling in many questions and getting some way through the survey. Because of that I deactivated the account.

"Free Starbucks"
January 17, 2016 by Frank from United States

If you like Starbucks than join this site. I get a $25 e-gift certificate about 4 times a year. Because of them I have a Starbucks gold card now.

"steals your time"
January 12, 2016 by kelly from United States

The surveys will take a lot of your time and then leave a message that there was a problem. Your account will not get credit. I emailed multiple times with no response.

"Pleased with my involvement"
January 10, 2016 by Ron from United States

I've taken surveys with e-Rewards for several years. I have always been pleased with my rewards and had no problems redeeming points/money for those rewards. One of the big misunderstandings about e-Rewards is the way they represent your "earnings". This is purely an arbitrary methodology. You not not earning "real money", you are just earning points that e-Rewards chooses to display - or account - as a dollar amount. I see where people are upset that their $100 was only worth a $25 gift card. Remove the dollar sign on the 100 and what you are really getting is $25 for 100 "points". Simple and straightforward. If you cannot understand this one simple thing, you should probably not involve yourself with e-Rewards.

The other misunderstanding is that most surveys are looking for a particular demographic. You may not always fall into that demo and get a "you do not qualify" result, receiving the minimum "payment" amount. The only way I can see that being an issue is if you don't understand the first point I made - it's not real money, it's points displayed as a money amount. You may have not gotten the 750 "points" ($7.50), but at least you got 150 "points" ($1.50) when you didn't qualify.

I've been able to get several free nights stay at hotels with my redeemed "points" which to date has added up to around $500+ in real money saved. That has been well worth the small amount of time spent taking short surveys - even if I only get the minimum reward amount. Like I said, if you understand what you're getting into and their "points/money" methodology e-Rewards may be worth your time and effort.

"Rapid Decline"
January 08, 2016 by Jay from United States

Used to be a reliable and fair survey site, but no longer. Half the surveys that complete to conclusion no longer credit: if you finish and are asked to rate survey you s/b fine . If you finish and get:
Thank you for your feedback!

We do not have any more available surveys. Check your email inbox for other earning opportunities from e-Rewards....

You get nothing and emails to e-rewards go unanswered. Its best not to waste time with these surveys as being credited is an exercise in futility





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