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Esearch

P.O. Box 4356, Palos Verdes Peninsula, California  90274 United States
Tel: 310-265-4608  Contact: esearch@esearch.com
Operated by: Esearch.com, Inc.

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11 user reviews
Rewards Offered
Green checkboxCash paid via PayPal
Green checkboxSweepstakes entries
Member Opportunities
Green checkboxOnline surveys
Redemption Info
Green checkboxNo points system
Get paid for your survey completion after the study closes. No minimum account balances.
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Esearch General Information

Esearch is one of the first and oldest online survey panels, having come into existence in 1995. Esearch is primary focused on the USA market, and currently has almost 1 million survey panelists. Survey panel members of Esearch receive cash awards for their participation, or sweepstakes entries for cash drawings.
"Still Around?"
Sunday, May 03, 2015 by Jenna

I joined this site in 2012 and I think to date I've had 3 survey invitations, 2 of which I completed and was credited for. I actually forgot they existed it's been so long since I've had anything!

Of what I know, they're fairly ok - you sign up with them and when there is a survey that your profile matches, they email it to you. You click through and if you qualify your payment is sent to your PayPal address automatically, albeit a few weeks later. And that's it! No points collection, no minimum cash out, no unnecessary time spent picking what reward you actually want - one of the easiest sites, although the fact I forgot about them speaks volumes about how frequent their invites are...

I would say register on the off-chance you may get more - they do pay in $ though, so whilst it may brag a $5 payout for half an hour of your day, in reality it's only a couple of quid and will take a while to receive


"Decent"
Saturday, April 12, 2014 by Kevin

You have to find survey invites on Facebook these days and there are not a lot of them. They do pay but you never know if your answers were accepted or not until you get paid and that takes 2 months or more. You have to be very patient if you join this panel.


"Plan on begging / demanding to get paid"
Wednesday, March 20, 2013 by Rita

The same person (the owner?) has answered emails in which I alternately begged and demanded to be paid my lousy $2. She has made utterly worthless statements, such as "Those [PayPal payments] will go out at the end of the day," "Those will go out at the end of this week," etc. And the payment date specified in each survey invitation was several months later than the survey to begin with.

In May, I'll have one more scheduled payment that I'll probably have to beg for or demand repeatedly. In the meantime, I won't be taking any surveys of theirs for which I receive invitations, and as soon as I get paid, I'll quit.


"No payment!"
Sunday, January 06, 2013 by Beverley

I've waited for 3 months for a $3 Paypal payment. I have contacted the company, they replied with an apology and promise of payment a month ago. I am not holding my breath that I will ever receive that payment, and I don't intend to do any more of their surveys.


"lousy site not for members "
Friday, June 03, 2011 by georgeq

Surveys come far and few between and, unlike other sites, there is no way to see what your survey history is nor what one has earned or has pending for payment to you. Unless you take a note of what ones youre invited to take from them, there is no way to keep track of whether an incentive is or isnt properly paid out. With all the survey sites it is rather imposing that we have to keep track of the ones they send to us and then inquire about them if we dont get the payments


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