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4 user reviews
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Request a PayPal payment when your account reaches 6000 points (£4.20).

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"Payments and Contact"
January 04, 2016 by JD from United Kingdom

They advertise payments every Friday, via Paypal, and my previous request was acted upon in three days and cleared OK.
I made another request on Mon 28/09/2015 and am still waiting for the Paypal eMail.
Have sent 3 messages via their contact page, and have received no replies, to date.
Shame if they've gone, as they were a good, but slow to earn, site
Oh, and they still owe me some cash!

Well, waddya know.
After leaving the previous review, and finally getting my payout, they canned me - I am now an ex-member of Opinionnow.
They STILL have never replied to any emails from me
so I think they're better left on the shelf now.

"Interesting surveys"
June 15, 2015 by Eden from United Kingdom

The surveys and new site are well designed and have interesting topics. Incentives from them are not bad. Until recently you didn't have an account to login into and you were paid after each survey you completed through paypal. Now there is an account and redemption is 6000 credits which takes a bit of time to get to. I do get quite a few surveys each month.

"well worth somehow, a nice top up"
May 23, 2015 by Leo from United Kingdom

This is a strange one but it works for me. They used to pay every survey directly into Paypal but recently have introduced a point system, 6000 points = 4,20 GBP PayPal, so you'll always have some 'left over' in your account once you redeem, but ok if you continue with them, and I like small redemptions.

I redeemed the other day my first £4.20 with the new points sys and got it today in Paypal (they may process payouts once a week; they send you an email to confirm).
As per now no Paypal fee was applied !! which is just fair (unlike with many other panels operated by eg.Cint).

Anyway, per survey usually is 1000 = £0.75 or 1500 points = £1.05, which is quite good/average (or 1400p). Points are usually awarded after submitting a survey but at times it can take a few weeks. 500p as one off credits for updating my profile. 10p as I dnq. So I've now 910 points left.

To build up the redemption amount it took just less than 2 months, they don't send many surveys as it says in their Terms: "We organize the invitations in a rolling system to make sure that every member gets his/her chance". Their surveys are quite enjoyable and it is a nice top up for me to add to other online activities.

The redemption page is a little unclear:
Put eg. '1' in the amount box (it is the number of redemption you're making), near the no. of points 6000.
Also the password that I had given is really very long and cannot find how to change it...but the browser remembers it for me.
Website looks like drawn with a marker by a 5yr old child and it is very simple, which is good.

Note: "credits [points] are valid for 2 years". It does not explain why/how but I think that if you take their surveys regularly it should not be a problem (unlike with others I tried with expiring points eg.Toluna).

I think it is worth to give it a try. They should only send you invitations but I log in regularly just to check.

"Small quotas"
February 11, 2014 by Robert from United Kingdom

I have been a member for around six months and received a few surveys in this time all worth small amounts. However, everytime I try to complete one of these surveys I get the message that they have had enough responses and survey is closed.

Therefore, the quotas must be really small.




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