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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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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.

"Takes forever to build points but...."
November 17, 2015 by Norm from United States

Have been a member of this site for a very long time. They offer gift cards which you can only choose the same one once every six months which I do not like. Also I get all my magazines with points from this site. Many of the surveys can run in excess of 45 minutes which really annoys me but since I have stayed with them so long tells you in the long run they have been good to me.

"I've had good luck"
October 21, 2015 by Erik from United States

I've used E-rewards for years. As of late I get about $130 in rewards every month or two without issue. You simply have to fall into the desired demographics. If you're a married working homeowner with a kid or college student you quality for a lot of surveys. It's like television ratings, if you're in the target audience that's what the companies doing the marketing and research seek. My largest complaint is some of their affiliates have surveys that don't work on tablets or smartphones (so you can't just do one or two at work on lunch) and they reach capacity by the time you can use a computer. My second complaint is some of the surveys will crash and you can't access them again. Other than that I have always received whatever I redeemed the rewards for. If you're between 20 and 40 and in college, own a home, are married, work have a kid I'd say give them a try.

October 20, 2015 by Ted from United States

I totally agree with many of the reviews for e-Rewards. I spent my career in market research, so know my way around these things. E-Rewards is nothing but a sham. Most of their surveys are completed 95% of the way before you're told you did not qualify. But they will still use the results and pay next to nothing for them without telling their clients. I personally know at least two of their senior business development managers, and know first-hand that they are not to be trusted. Do not participate in the surveys and by all means do not become a client of e-Rewards. You will regret it!!

"Love this site"
October 19, 2015 by Dmarcus from United States

I've been with e-rewards for about a month now and I'm already at $30 which is a lot better than a majority of other survey sites. I haven't had any problems with them so far and each survey i qualified for was at least a dollar with surveys ranging from 1 minute to 55.

"Does not work as advertised!"
October 14, 2015 by An from United States

I'll have to agree with the majority of the reviews here...the E-Rewards surveys are not worth my time...

I have attempted to take several of these so called "surveys" and halfway through them, end up getting a message that says I do not qualify for the survey....even though my answers go along with what they're studying. This is not like if their survey is about purchasing a car, and I state that I do not drive cars. This is about me being an obvious consumer for the items they're asking about. How would I not qualify for several of these things??

It seems they do this to everyone....it's just a way for them to still get information from you, while avoiding the "rewards" they're supposed to pay out for completing the survey.

After being frustrated by trying several surveys and not receiving any type of compensation for them, I've finally unsubscribed from their service.

Please do not be conned by this.




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