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With Surveysavvy you can take online surveys in exchange for cash and get paid by check. Request a check with only $1 in your account. Note that you will be paid in US dollars, regardless of what country you reside in.

Great Monthly Draws for When You Don't Qualify
If you attempt to complete a survey and get disqualified, you will earn an entry into the cash draw where dozens of prizes are awarded monthly.

SurveySavvy has a new tool called SavvyConnect where members can participate in market research by surfing the internet. SavvyConnect aggregates data to provide analysis on internet surfing habits - this information is not sold and is used for behavioral research purposes only. Installing SavvyConnect on your computer or mobile device also enables SurveySavvy members to access additional paid research opportunities. »Download SavvyConnect here (USA only).

Referral Program
SurveySavvy offers a generous 2-tiered referral program. Not only will you earn a portion of the cash earnings for your direct referrals, but you will also earn a portion of what the survey earnings from your referrals' referrals.

Daily Survey Opportunities
SurveySavvy offers a survey router where anyone can participate in individual online survey opportunities. The studies available on router can change daily. Access the SurveySavvy router (USA only).

Company Background Information
Since 1999 Luth Research has operated SurveySavvy. SurveySavvy claims it has paid out more cash to its members than any other online market research company - approximately $14 million dollars.

"No Surveys"
Sunday, November 16, 2014 by Raechel

I've been with Survey Savvy for approx. 2 months & even installed their app to track my internet usage. So far, not even 1 Survey! They have started sending me more surveys but I haven't cashed out yet. Still pretty slow on the surveys.

"Excellent ! Just bought an Xbox One with money!"
Monday, November 10, 2014 by Michael

So I do not work for the company, I am a normal average guy with a little more time on my hands, I can multi task. I have been a member of SurveySavvy for probably about 2 years my first year I think I made maybe $200 or so, small surveys a few which were diaries for about a month like every half hour which got me paid about $35 and i had to fight for that money, nothing that seems easy, ever is. IO did get paid, I known now to keep my devices updated make sure all of the devices I am reporting on are registering, you can check on savvyconnect website, part of the responsibility folks is in your hands not theirs. So in the last couple of months I have been getting some HIGH dollar surveys all at once, more considered "projects" which I was like hah I will never qualify OR get paid but shockingly after getting paid on my first $100 one which was several surveys over a couple of months, I got qualified for an OverThe Shoulder Drinking survey which required answering some questions over a months time on a phone app. the original payout was supposed to be $125 somehow I got paid $175, maybe they liked me? LOL. Then I did a TV diary for my daughter for two weeks again like a few mins worth of work daily another $50..plus some smaller $15 surveys and whalla I was up to $375 and cashed out. I just bought an Xbox One, with no money out of my own pocket so THANKS SurveySavvy!. But i gave this review 4.5 stars because I Was qualified for a $100 survey but the first one never arrived in my inbox I emailed to complain, Loni Lenya, works for Luth Research out of California and she said that the PM for the Project disqualified me for it because I never did the first survey I was like "WHAT??!?!?" I never got it, so always check your Spam and add invite@surveysavvy.com and admin@surveysavvy.com to your email address book. All in all very happy I have another $150 coming my way by january if all goes well.!!

"Beware of SavvyConnect"
Friday, October 31, 2014 by Karen

I participated in the Savvy Connect program and was highly disappointed. I had three devices connected and even though they all showed the program was connected, I constantly got emails saying my devices were disabled. I sent numerous emails and made several phone calls, but no emails were ever returned and calls always went to voice mail, with no calls ever returned. Furthermore, as part of the requirements, I was expected to complete three special surveys. I was only sent one. Once again, calls and emails went unanswered. I finally was able to talk with someone (not the person who was supposed to be my contact) and was told that the reason my devices were showing they were disabled was because there were updates that needed to be applied. By this time, the end date for the program had just passed. If someone had returned just one email or phone call, this info could have been relayed weeks ago and I would have updated the app. As to the missing surveys, I was told this was a problem that many people had reported to them. So bottom line, even though the person I spoke with said I was not necessarily not going to get paid, I will be shocked if I do since in their eyes I did not fulfill the requirements. I will not participate again. It was a horrible three months. The app drained my phone battery. If I went to bed with a fully charged phone not on the charger, I would wake up with a completely dead phone. It made my laptop and ipad very slow, often freezing up. Since no one would contact me, I could receive no tech support. I feel like this was a sneaky way to get the info they wanted without ever having to pay, since they can now claim I did not fulfill the requirements. I have since heard his same complaint from others. Not worth it.

Thursday, October 23, 2014 by ERIC

I was a longtime member.recently i had to keep emailing support to get a list of my completed surveys etc... most sites list these so we can keep track of our accounts. i filed a bbb complaint and they promptly shut down my account and didnt tell me. i was wondering why my surveys had stopped and they finally told me.they said i was harassing the support dept. what a laugh. had they done there job in the first place,this would have been avoided and since when is it harassment to ask about ones own account. these losers cashed me out and thats it. no loyalty for all those years of service.tossed out like a bad diaper. too many sites these days do the same. dont use this site.you're nothing to them, literally.

"Cashing in on Junk"
Friday, September 26, 2014 by Dennis

This use to be a good site, but in mid 2014 it went downhill badly. It went from very good to very bad quickly. There was some technical issues and they did not even try to resolve them. 4 months after terminating my account, they still send me envelopes to send them my paper junk mail. They seemed to be a tiny operation and as they grew, they went downhill suddenly.

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