I have been with e-rewards.com for well over a year and have no complaints about the surveys. I have taken enough that I currently have $300 in e-reward dollars. The problem with e-rewards.com, like others here have pointed out, is the rewards suck. The majority of rewards are airline miles and hotel points. There are a few gift certificates for higher end department stores like Macy's [boo!], as well as for Gamestop [which I do use] but the problem is, they only allow ONE gift card per quarter. Amazon.com gift cards were available at one point, but are no longer offered. Another problem with gift cards is you have to use $75 in e-rewards.com bucks in order to get a $25 gift card.
I have been with E-Rewards for a very long time. The surveys are good and the company is legit, but the decent rewards are a thing of the past here. Unless you like Game Stop, have frequent flyer, or hotel chain rewards accounts you want to add on to, I'd skip it. They offer rewards like $50 off a $200 purchase at XYZ, etc. Not necessarily worth the time.
I enjoy this site. They don't have very many surveys, maybe 1 or 2 a day at most, none on some days. But the surveys are good. You also get a small reward even if you don't qualify for the survey. I usually make it to the "$120 level" every other month and this puts $50 in UPromise which helps my daughter with her student loan payment.
I have been a member of eRewards for years now. I am extremely happy with them except the rewards they offer are very limited. Its mainly only magazine subscriptions and airline rewards. The surveys are NOT a waste of time and you almost are never screened out of them. If they had better rewards then this site would be absolutely perfect.
I like this site . I own a small business and I seem to get a lot of surveys aimed at my demographic. I use my points for Southwest Airline miles and I earned enough for a free round trip to L.A. in one year.
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