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.
Note: iPoll was formerly known as SurveyHead.
If you don't have a long suffering patience, don't use this site. Survey's can be mind numbingly long, and even if it says a survey only takes 10 minutes it might take up to 20. Their "time estimates" are bull honkey.
The pay out is fine, but you have to dig under all the magazine subscription pay outs for the worth while ones, like Amazon gift cards or Paypal pay out.
Also, the pay out takes FOREVER to process and be sent out. It once took them 2 months to send my 25 bucks via Amazon giftcard.
They have completely stopped offering me surveys. I have money tied up, but I need more surveys to reach a redeemable figure.
I asked them why I no longer get invitations. They told me to update my profile. I did, but it made no difference.
If I ever manage to get my hands on my money I will un-register.
* Amazingly after no surveys for 8 months they actually sent me an invitation. When I finished the survey I noticed there were 10 more survey opportunities. I logged back in when I had time to do the extra surveys, only to find they had all disappeared! So I clicked on the email invitation and there they all were, still available!!
So if you want to do iPoll surveys keep your emails to use as a link rather than logging in on the off chance, because that seems the only way to find surveys and increase your balance.
I am so disappointed. I unintentionally signed in 2 email address. They have canceled my membership. Big mistake
Their survey usually has better payout comparing to other survey sites, but what the hell? why they need to validate the surveys you completed for such a long time? This is a really good questions you need to think about! Considering this way, if you get 4 or 5 invites to complete surveys on ipoll in one week, almost half of them you will usually get "you are not qualified for this survey" - this type of response at the beginning. Even if you completed like two surveys in one week, (and I found some of their surveys belong to i-say, which is another survey site some of you may know about, and they pay you points for survey completion. I'd rather complete i-say surveys in their own system, because they would reward you points instantly in your account balance, and you never need to wait for pending!)it will only credits to your PENDING account first, then they need like several WEEKS to "check your survey response" to "VALIDATE" your consistency. That's just ridiculous!
I checked my registration record, I registered last year around Feb. I didn't complete any surveys last year, but they did send considerable amount of surveys to me in last year. I just didn't have the patience to complete them one by one. Well, things change, so I started to do online survey this year. At ipoll, this year in Jan, I only get to complete 4 surveys in total, two of them I did at the beginning of this Jan and still are in the pending mode! it's only like less than $4 in total.
Two of the reason why ipoll sucks at the beginning, and discourage those who just get into this survey sites thing. 1 pending takes too long; 2 even if they credits some of your pending amount into total earned section, you still need to earn at least $15 to order paypal. you will never know when they would send money into your paypal. So for those who do not have patience, really take my advice do not join. It's just too difficult to complete their minimum requirement under their "validation policy"!
As a survey site, if you can't value people's effort and time by paying INSTANTLY at least the minimum based on your payout amount . You better shut down your site or stop treating your member with such a inequitable "policy".
i don't like very much. I'm disappointed, they don't pay
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