About Opinion Outpost
Opinion Outpost is a free community where members are rewarded for sharing their opinions in various types of paid surveys about dozens of new and current topics and products.
How does it all work?
Once you sign up for a free membership, you’ll be asked to confirm your info so they know you’re a real person. After those quick steps, you’ll start receiving invites in your email that will securely bring you to surveys. You can also log on to OpinionOutpost.com and take surveys through a button on your account page. Each time you complete a survey, Opinion Outpost will deposit points safely into your account which can be redeemed for cash and rewards.
Why is joining for free a solid idea?
Simple: because Opinion Outpost gives you cash and rewards for completed surveys. You can earn cash through PayPal or opt for an Amazon.com Gift Card Claim Code*. They even offer iTunes gift cards* as a reward option. They’re also proud to provide the option to redeem points for cash that Opinion Outpost will donate to the American Red Cross.
Aside from taking surveys for money, why else should you sign up?
If you don’t sign up and participate, you won’t be eligible to win $10,000 in their quarterly prize draw. Each quarter they give away $10K like it’s going out of style. All you have to do is be an active member of the panel and participate in surveys to earn entries.
Note: If you are having technical issues with Opinion Outpost, reach out to Susan.Evans@surveysampling.com for assistance.
*Amazon.com is not a sponsor of this program. For complete gift card terms and conditions, see www.amazon.com/gc-legal. ©,®,™ Amazon.com Inc. and/or its affiliates, 2014. No expiration date or service fees.
**iTunes® is a registered trademark of Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple is not a participant in or sponsor of this promotion
I find surveys almost whenever I log on with them (evening/night maybe less). Main problem I have with them that I qualify for less than a third or even a quarter of those once started (and often disqualification comes after lengthy questions already). And this in spite of dozens of repeating screening questions ("we're all ears") I have to answer before starting most of the surveys. Payment is low but acceptable (usually 50 cents/5-13 min, $ 1 for 15 min etc), and, a big plus, instantly. Topics covered a standard, with some interesting exceptions here and there.
I have taken surveys for a few months now with opinion outpost and up until now, I have been able to redeem my point for amazon. I email a representative three times regarding the situation, btw, who are not so friendly nor informative, all tell me the same thing, clear browser cache and wait 24 hours. I did so three time and I am still unable to redeem my points. I have not changed computers, I don't understand what could be the problem...
I joined this site just a few days ago, and when I went to sign in today, I was told my account has been frozen due to "data concerns," which I have seen numerous other people complain about after researching it. They appear to have a twitchy trigger finger with regards to freezing people, because I gave all my correct personal data and gave thoughtful answers to surveys. I'm beginning to wonder what their definition of "speeding" through surveys is, because some of us read or type quickly. Even after attempting to contact customer service, I haven't received help. It seems like too much of a gamble to spend your time on this site taking surveys when you could be frozen at any time, for any reason, with little recourse to correct it.
The points add up fast and helps build up Paypal and Amazon accounts fast and at least twice a week I cash in a reward .
I used to really like them and rejoined them in march and I dont see that they have gone downhill. Since March. i have cashed out 12 10.00 surveys. they are not always accurate in the time of a survey, a 20 minute survey can be 40 minutes. but they are honest and pay immediately. So many others have gone way down,, Ipsos and fusion cash
but they and pinecone and mint vine remain my favorites
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