iPoll offers its members the opportunity to take surveys via their website and also via their mobile apps. Their mobile apps are available on both iTunes (for iPhones) and on Google Play (for Android phones). Users who download the mobile app can expect to be contacted more frequently to participate in surveys.
iPoll offers various rewards including cash paid via PayPal, Amazon.com e-vouchers, iTunes gift codes, credits on Travelocity, Visa pre-paid cards, and donations to various charities.
$5 Signup Bonus to New Members
New iPoll members will receive a one-time credit of $5 added to their account. This makes the $25 minimum to redeem most rewards attainable faster.
Eligibility: Residents worldwide 13+.
Note: iPoll was formerly known as SurveyHead.
i GOT CONNED INTO JOINING THIS ONE WITH PROMISES OF PAYPAL. They failed to say the minimum for Paypal is $50. and they rip you off if you are Canadian. They pay into your account the Canadian equivalent of when you earned it but dont pay it out at the same value so when our buck is higher its great provided you get a payout. If it sits there until you get the minimum it will fall daily according to the value on each day it sits there and you never seem to get to the minimum. When I earn a dollar I want and expect to be paid a dollar not whatever the exchange rate is 3 months down the line. How is that ethical or legal? Either way if you dont want to sit watching it fall your only payout choices are 1 of 2 gift certificates. It doesnt tell you that until you get close to the minimum. Clearly they dont feel like straining themselves to be fair.
I took me more than a year (15 months to be exact) to get 25$, despite login almost daily and trying all the surveys available. Cash reward (Paypal) isn't available before you reach 50$.
I didn't qualify for most surveys, and when I did, I eventually got disqualified in the middle of the surveys, or they had "technical difficulties" right after the last questions. I even completed several surveys (10+) for which I didn't received any credit because they said didn't qualify AFTER I completed it. When I tried to reach the support team, they told me that since I didn't qualify, I won't receive any reward and that I shouldn't have completed it if I was to get disqualified (how should I know ????).
And the straw that broke the camel's back : they refused to give me a credit for a survey I completed because they said my answers were "invalid" yet I wasn't able to get any explanation as why my answers were "invalid".
Also, for the few surveys I manage to complete, there's a waiting time of 4 to 6 weeks to receive the reward.
I waited until I got my 25$ gift card and deleted my account. Not worth the time.
After reading all the comments I agree that they are slow to post points and slower to get rewards. I cashed in on Dec 16 for 2 gift cards I received one after 5 weeks and had to write in Feb for the other one!! They said I had an old email also. That was true but why did I get one gift card and not the other!! Anyway I contacted their Facebook page and verified my old email and within 1 day I got my gift card! My suggestion is go to Facebook with issues. Do not do this without waiting at least 6 weeks tho cuz they say that is how long to wait!! Hope this helps others...
I have made money from one survey, a very quick survey. But I have completed more than 35 minutes 'profiling myself'. The annoying questions on the right hand side that just do not end. Neither do they give me any surveys to complete, neither do I get paid for my time.
Its a real shame as the surveys are quite interesting and the rewards are good.
What's very annoying about this site is on a typical day you get a list of 20 surveys and every one you click on you don't qualify for. A person could spend up 40 minutes doing this and not even earning a dime. When you do qualify, you do eventually get paid, so it takes tons of patience. I was waiting for my last payment for over 45 days and then I e-mailed them. They said that they were having trouble with the Walmart gift card and then they cancelled my request. Now, it's going to take over 3 months to get paid, completely ridiculous!
The surveys are very repetitive and boring. Some surveys go on and on and never seem to end. You can get one that asks you 300 questions about toilet paper or several hundred mind numbing boring questions about health insurance. Sometimes I have to get up a take a break because I get so sick of answering these stupid endless boring questions. Some days it can really fry your patience!
The completed surveys then have to be validated which can take up to a year in some cases. When you reach that magical $50 of validated surveys, you put in a request and wait another 5 weeks for your payment. Very, very slow.
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