Bait and switch repeatedly. Plus, they collect information for 20 or more minutes, then say "not a match" or conveniently develop a technical glitch so that you can't complete the survey.
The help desk is beyond frustrating, work off of a script and seem incapable of addressing any problem. The only thing they "help" with is to issue the same stock response and refuse to put one in touch with a supervisor.
This is, by far, one of the absolute worst survey sites ever!
I was a member for more than a year and in the beginning earned 3500+ miles. Starting a few months back new survey offers became simply untrue. For example, tonight I got an email offering 152 miles in 5 min and after answering 10-12 multiple answer pre-survey questions I was offered 60 min for a 25 min survey. Same false promises over and over again. Unsubscribed. Not worth the time.
Some months ago I received offer of 600 miles for "completing a survey." After filling out a lengthy profile and spending 10-15 minutes each on 5 different surveys that ultimately gave me the message that I didn't qualify, I did finally complete a survey and get the 600 pts. After reading mixed reviews, I tried an experiment and spent half an hour every day for two months. (I even tried changing my profile after a month to see if I could improve my odds. At this point, I have attempted over 100 surveys. 10 of these I made it to completion, although only 9 were credited. I got a total of 400 additional points in that two month period. Most often I was well into survey and answered tons of questions before they decided I didn't qualify for some reason. So, I figure I gave a total of 30 hours of my time for a total of 400 points over the past two months. I would consider that a prodigious waste of time. When I saw a review claiming they received 200 points a day I have to imagine that they are either faking this or faking data to qualify for surveys. Not a worthwhile pursuit unless you have a lot of spare time and high tolerance for frustration.
This is the worst bait-and-switch I have ever seen on the internet. You get an email that advertises something like "300 miles for 10 minutes". You click on the link and it is then "200 miles for 30 minutes". You spend 15 minutes answering intrusive questions about personal things, and it then usually says "you do not qualify" (but it has all your personal information). Or if you do "qualify" you spend another 25 minutes answering questions, only to be told near the end that "you do not qualify" and it bounces you off. I am really surprised that a reputable airline would put their name behind this. It is awful. Stay away.
This is by far the worst survey scheme I've encountered. The person that noted it is a fools errand is exactly right. I filled out the sign up qualifiers and I did get the miles offered. However I've never received one mile since. Sometimes they will qualify you for a survey and then simply cut it off in the middle. You might spend 15 minutes on it and get nothing. It seems as if they get an answer they think the sponsor won't like they cut you off in the middle. Forget the Opinion Miles Club. You'll just waste a lot of time and end up with nothing.
I also believe the two reviewers that say "I don't know why the other reviewers don't like this." are likely employees (or owners) of the Opinion Miles Club. Those two reviews sound disingenuous. And note that they are both within a few days of the reviews they comment on. HAHA.
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