Ipsos i-Say

Global Headquarter Services, 35, rue du Val de Marne France
Tel:   Contact: questions@i-say.com
Operated by: Ipsos

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Overall User Rating

194 user reviews
Rewards Offered
Green checkboxCash paid via PayPal
Green checkboxDonations to charity
Green checkboxiTunes gift cards
Green checkboxSweepstakes entries
Green checkboxVISA prepaid cards
Green checkboxAir Miles Reward Miles
Green checkboxAmazon gift cards
Member Opportunities
Green checkboxOnline surveys
Green checkboxOnline focus groups
Green checkboxProduct testing
Green checkboxMobile surveys
Green checkboxWebcam surveys
Redemption Info

1000 points ($10) minimum account balance needed for reward redemption. £10 needed in the UK.

Alternatively, 250 points can be used for an entry into the Trading Post draw, which features various prizes.

Ipsos i-Say General Information

Ipsos i-Say

Survey Types
Take online surveys on a variety of different topics. Typically earn between 10-100 points for each survey you successfully complete.

Reward Types and Amounts
Ipsos i-Say offers the following reward options:

  • exchange your points for a payment to your PayPal account (1,000 points = $10 PayPal payment).
  • exchange your points for e-voucher to your favorite stores including Amazon, iTunes, and more
  • exchange your points for a VISA pre-paid card
  • Canadians have the opportunity to exchange their points for Air Miles Reward Miles.
  • exchange your points for a cash donation to a variety of different charities.
  • 250 points can be used toward an entry into the Trading Post Draw which features prizes such as vacations, etc.

Sweepstakes Opportunities
Members of i-Say will receive entries into various prize draws just for being active members, for taking surveys, etc. Prizes vary but include things like electronics, vacations, and prize packs.

Loyalty Program
Ipsos offers a loyalty program where members can earn bonus points if they have already completed a certain number of surveys in the past. For instance, members receive 25 bonus points after completing 5 surveys, 50 bonus points after completing 10 surveys, etc. The more surveys that are completed, the more bonus points increasingly become more valuable.

Ipsos Background Information
The Ipsos i-Say online survey panel is operated by Ipsos Insight, a division of Ipsos. Ipsos is one of the world's largest online marketing research companies which conducts over 6 million surveys annually in over 100 countries..

Note: The European version of this panel, Ipsos Access Panels, has merged with Ipsos i-Say. They are now one.

"I have no idea..."
Monday, November 24, 2014 by Carol

Ipso used to be the best! They had good easy qualifying surveys with high point pay-outs. I have ben with them since they were Synovate. That was years ago. Now all I get is "what is my zip code" for 3 or 4 times during a survey and then its over and you are routed to them lame game of guessing a question for points to enter in some prize you are NEVER going to win. You cant update your profile, you cant update that lame purchase diary that has been on there for 2 years. Now on there FB page they are telling you to make sure you look for their new BONUS point survey...WT...no such thing, ever, that I have ever got. I quit them.

"Good if you willing to put the time in"
Saturday, November 08, 2014 by Michael

I have made over 150 from this site in 1 year yes you get alot and get screened out but you still get 5 points even if you screen out.
I'm about to cash out for 45 dollars in visa gift cards or maybe amazon I haven't decided yet what I will be using the points I have to use yet.
11/1/2014 (edit)
Went to log in my account had been closed! Sent an email asking as to why?! today (11/8/2014) went to log in my account is back but my 635 points are gone! SO I sent another email asking to have them back and will update if they give them back!
But notice I did not get any info about my account being closed or reopened after my email as they state a reply after 3 days!
Still enjoyed the site but if they close my account again I will say bye bye forever and be sad I lost a good site that paid half way ok if you stay with it long enough;

"Fraudulent site scams your private info"
Monday, October 27, 2014 by joshua

Admin note: Please remove "fraudulent", "scams" and the other defamatory content from your review, namely, where it's suggested that identity theft is possible by becoming a member of this panel. Please refer to our feedback guidelines for more information: http://www.surveypolice.com/feedback-guidelines

This is a fraudulent site that deleted my account after I exchanged my 8880 points for a paypal sum of $80. I never got it but this site has collected much of my private information. No reason was given for my account deletion. Per their ToS I am allowed to exchanged points even after the account is deleted. This is a garbage fraudulent site, don't waste your time and be subject to ID theft.

"They Are Messed Up!"
Friday, October 24, 2014 by Bill

This site is schzoid. It was bad for while, got better, now it seems to be backsliding again. I've been taking surveys with this vendor since Oct 2011, over 3 yrs now. They seem like they have a lot of tech issues, for a while my security software wouldnt even let me enter the site because it seemed too dangerous. That was resolved, but now, they are down fairly often and they seem to lose my completed surveys and dont award the points I should get. They also are getting slower and slower to pay out. At first they were fairly quick, within a week I'd see my payout hit my PayPal account. Now, I'm waiting 8 days and counting, since I submitted for payout Oct 15th, the last payout I got. August 28, 2014, I waited over 2 weeks for. That's not as bad as some places, but they are very inconsistent. Methinks that Ipsos has cash flow problems or a very stingy controller. Plus, I'm tired of working on a survey for five minutes or more only to get "we still havent found a survey for you that's a good fit, would you like to continue?" Hell no!! I'm going to drop them because they seem to be deteriorating and are just taking advantage of the subjects who use them to take surveys. I think they are getting a lot of free data they are selling without compensating the subjects who are supplying the data, They are very suspect in how they conduct their surveys and am doubtful anyone wins their "Poll Predictor" contests. Anyone out there actually win anything from Ipsos? About the only good thing I can say is that if they award points for completing a survey, they do do it immediately and when you accumulate points you can cash them out right away.

"Lack of accountability and shoddy customer service"
Thursday, October 09, 2014 by Jennie

This used to be a relatively good site. Over the last year, I have had numerous occasions where I haven't received my vouchers. Each time, I have had to chase them up, and even then, there's been a time delay and more screw-ups.
One particular time, I hadn't received my voucher, had chased up and "cashed-out" another. The replacement voucher arrived, but then I had to chase up the "new one".
I've had continuous problems, so decided to wait until I had £20 before cashing-out...once again, after 4 weeks I still haven't received them, so I contacted Ipsos to find out what's been happening. This is their response:

"Unfortunately, we are not able to register another replacement order for you, since it appears that 2 replacement orders have already been registered for your account this year.Thank you for your understanding."

Well I do not understand. I can't understand why one site would suddenly have such appalling responsibility or accountability. I've suggested that they check and cancel the previous that they have apparently sent, or perhaps try to send recorded delivery.

My advice; empty your account and leave, as I'm pretty sure no-one is working for free here!

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