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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

Overall User Rating

199 user reviews
Rewards Offered
Green checkbox 5f0b2b7a6efc6dda5d1ce0825827aff0a8639889d4a033764d83359e8db1afcdMerchandise
Green checkbox 5f0b2b7a6efc6dda5d1ce0825827aff0a8639889d4a033764d83359e8db1afcdRestaurant gift cards
Green checkbox 5f0b2b7a6efc6dda5d1ce0825827aff0a8639889d4a033764d83359e8db1afcdAirline Miles
Green checkbox 5f0b2b7a6efc6dda5d1ce0825827aff0a8639889d4a033764d83359e8db1afcdRetail e-vouchers
Green checkbox 5f0b2b7a6efc6dda5d1ce0825827aff0a8639889d4a033764d83359e8db1afcdStarbucks gift cards
Member Opportunities
Green checkbox 5f0b2b7a6efc6dda5d1ce0825827aff0a8639889d4a033764d83359e8db1afcdOnline surveys
Green checkbox 5f0b2b7a6efc6dda5d1ce0825827aff0a8639889d4a033764d83359e8db1afcdTeen surveys
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.

"Corrected my issue"
October 08, 2015 by Christine from United States

I have to say after finally getting to speak with someone at E-Rewards they took care of my problem and my account was credited the full amount. They are reputable and do address our issues. Thank you

October 06, 2015 by Dana from United States


"reward didn't work"
September 03, 2015 by Shari from United States

I have taken surveys for about three years and generally been okay with e-rewards despite the sometimes dodgy "qualification" in which you take all or most of a survey and then are disqualified. I could live with that nonsense since they give token amounts for any activity.

However, what I could not live with was a reward that was issued that did not work and how unhelpful their people were. First, they sent me boilerplate replies that did not address my problem. Second, they claimed that I was mistaken. Third, they sent another boilerplate. After sending several screen shots, they told me that I sent the wrong code (the code from a previous redemption). When the code finally worked (after about 8 frustrating exchanges with e-rewards and others with Starbucks), they essentially blamed me. I've done this many times. I used my redemption history and entered the proper code. It did not work. They fixed it then lied about the cause.

If you have any problems with the rewards, you will have to spend a ton of time and may not get it. I would not trust them.

"eRewards Bamboozlement"
August 31, 2015 by Trey from United States

In the past year 2 years, eRewards has engaged in questionable practices. I’ve been engaged in surveys for well over 20 minutes and received; “technical difficulties,” or "you don't qualify." I already completed the survey! This is not brain surgery. Given the detail of the questions it does not take a genius to know you are taking the survey and after 20-30 minutes you completed it!

I have received no credit after completing a survey I do qualify for as the page will freeze. This has happened too often to not be an isolated event, or you will get .25 after 20-30 minutes of providing specific detailed information indicating “you don’t qualify” for the survey. These Shenanigans seem to increase the closer you are to an incremental reward. $10-$25-$50....if this makes you angry enough to quit, you lose the entire balance in your account.

Erewards is getting paid for the surveys you are providing for free or .25 under the guise you will actually be paid what was indicated “if you qualify.” I have seen this same complaint about eRewards all over the Internet.

They seem to pay out a certain number of surveys and gather the rest of their data for free or for .25!

It never used to take 20+ minutes to determine if I qualified for a survey. My profile has been provided to eRewards. Your age; sex, income, country, state, city or town, household composition, education, employment, etc. is pretty much what is needed to determine if you qualify for a survey.

I just participated in an eRewards survey where all of the above was provided as well as all of my "smart" appliances to include; hand held devices, computers, tablets, door locks, security cameras, thermostats, smoke alarms, streaming devices like Apple TV, Roku, etc., how often I shop at Walmart, K-Mart, Sams, Costco, Best Buy, Target, and Menards and a few others. I was asked if I will be in the market any time soon for any of those devices. I was asked about my WIFI service, if I had upgraded it to boost more WIFI power into my home. I was also asked what 5 words come to mind when you hear the word “smart house.” My responses: Security, Convenience, Communications, Entertainment, Efficient. After providing all of this very detailed information and more, "sorry you don't qualify for this survey." Further, I do have and will be purchasing some of those items in the near future.

There was a cosmetics survey that I did that lasted 30 plus minutes. A multitude of questions about foundation, lip stick, moisturizer, eye lashes, mascara, cosmetic tools, nail polish, colors, every brand, where I purchased these items and every detail of what I use regularly and how often and what my opinions were of the products and what comes to mind when I look at some packaging they showed me, etc. and what prompted me to buy them..then .25 and “sorry you don’t qualify for this survey?” Rubbish.

eRewards is engaging people in surveys under the pretense they will be paid. People are actually taking and completing their survey, but are told they didn't qualify or survey takers will experience technical difficulties so the participants account does not get credited.

Letters need to be written to all the corporate offices of their partners, Southwest Airlines, Macy’s, Outback Steak House, etc.

eRewards, and any other entity conducting business in this manner need to be reported to the proper governing entities including the Better Business Bureau and The Bureau of Consumer Protection.

"Always Emailed Surveys"
August 26, 2015 by fran from United States

This survey site is pretty good. I always receive emails and usually always qualify. I've cashed out numerous times and enjoy taking part in this site.




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