Surveyspot offers a variety of reward options to its members. This includes airline miles, Amazon e-vouchers, iTunes e-vouchers, and cash paid to member's PayPal accounts.
New members automatically receive an entry into the $25,000 cash sweepstakes. Additional entries are awarded each time a survey is successfully completed.
Surveyspot Instant Win Game
All online surveys offer an instant win play where a member can play a slot machine or scratch card game with a chance to win prizes.
Average Survey Lengths
The time it takes to complete an online survey will vary, however most surveys offered by SurveySpot take between 10-15 minutes to complete.
Rewards Redemption Times
For e-vouchers, generally a member will receive their requested e-voucher within 48 hours of request. For physical vouchers, generally a member will receive it within 10 business days of request.
Eligibility: SurveySpot is open to USA residents only.
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I've read some of the other reviews here. And, they illustrate why I don't pay much attention to online reviews. i have nothing but good things to say about Survey Spot. They pay out rewards FAST. The money is in my PayPal account before I can even log out of the request. Just last night, i had a question AFTER TEN O'CLOCK AT NIGHT. I figured I might receive an answer in three days. I had an answer from a real person BEFORE I WENT TO BED!! To me, Survey Spot is one of the BEST.
I've actually finished surveys, have been thanked for my answers, and then next thing you know I'm being told I didn't qualify.
How can you not qualify AFTER the survey ended and all your answers were approved?
I noticed this tends to happen if you did a lot of their surveys that day, or are close to cashing out.
I took surveys on survey spot for about four months and got paid about $20 dollars, but their surveys are longer than what they say and after you answer a lot of their questions then they tell you sorry you don't qualify. And last but not least they will deactivate your account for no apparent reason.
So I was a member of survey spot a long time ago, I looked again this year and it looked like the exact same interface as Opinion Outpost which I find to be the most quick cash when I need it Survey site, so I joined come to find out it isn't anything like it. Hasn't changed a bit, I still get spammed with emails and for no rewards at all!
It seems like a good enough time to update my review, especially because I must do so in apology. With the exception of this site, I continue to stand by my thoughts on every other site I reviewed. But first, some context.
I'm not exactly new to the survey scene, but I had been on hiatus for a good 5 years before picking back up again this year in early August. I remembered Surveyspot being one of my favorite sites back then. My, how times have changed...
I had also been a member of Opinion Outpost back then (way before both sites had identical site layouts), and it was equally lucrative. For some reason though, my account had been put in bad standing and I was unable to do surveys with them simply because they wouldn't send me anymore.
Fast forward to 2012. I must've joined again sometime then, because when I went to join them this year I kept thinking I was frozen out of my account. The reality was, I had joined them under their new format. Fast forward to September of the present.
OO and SS are nearly identical, except for two things. 1) OO pays about 3-5 times more than SS for the exact same surveys. 2) OO has minigames for extra points between all the surveys you're not going to qualify for. Sure, WINNING them is almost as unlikely as winning their quarterly sweepstakes, but at least they're there.
That said, you will dq on the exact same mind-numbingly tedious and boring surveys, deal with the exact same circular correspondence with their support team, not get properly credited for completing the exact same surveys that lie about their projected timeframe for completion, and you will receive your rewards in the exact same time period. My point is this: why put yourself through this for 3-5 times less reward? At least with OO the incentives usually justify the hassle.
SS does manage to get 1 star all the same, because I can think of at least 1 site MUCH worse, and because they pay in a timely manner (once you actually have enough to redeem).
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