67 Mowat Ave, Suite 543 Toronto, Ontario  M6K 3E3 Canada
Tel: 416-530-4724  Contact: support@tellwut.com
Operated by: Tellwut

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70 user reviews
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Redemption Info

4,000 points ($10) minimum balance required to request rewards.

Some gift cards are mailed, others are e-mailed in the form of e-vouchers. The method of delivery is stated in the rewards catalog.

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Tellwut General Information


About Tellwut
Tellwut is an online surveys community where users earn points for taking surveys, creating polls, and referring friends. Members can complete all available surveys and will not get disqualified from any survey they attempt.

Types of Surveys Offered
Fun polls created by users or submitted by businesses. Users can log in to their accounts daily to take surveys and do not have to wait for e-mail invitations.

Survey Completion Times
Each survey/poll available typically takes less than 30 seconds to complete, and many new polls are available on the website daily.

Members of Tellwut can simply log into their accounts to take all of the available surveys for that day - invitations to complete surveys are not typically emailed.

Rewards for Taking Surveys
Members receive points for each survey they complete, which they can then redeem for gift cards to major retailers. Tellwut also offers weekly contests as well as a referral program.

New Member Bonuses
New members to Tellwut will receive 100 reward points immediately after signing up. 100 additional points are awarded upon providing shipping information, and a further 100 points are awarded for providing other account information.

Eligibility: Residents of Canada and USA, 18+.

Thursday, August 21, 2014 by Bruce

If you move it is the only survey site that I know of that requires to prove who you are digitally that you are who you say you are. If you don't have a digital camera or smart phone this is a major pain. If you have to pay for data, you spend more for the data to take the survey than their reward. It is like most of the positive reviewers say. You can only create three surveys a week and the odds are good that well over half will be rejected for no reason even if there has been no surveys on the subject in recent months. Those are the main reason for my rating not being higher. A $25.00 WalMart card may take two months to get to the 10,000 points required. Surveys pay five or ten points each and I would estimate that there are twenty surveys a day and no one is screened out :) But do the math, pennies :/ However, they pay promptly with a wide array of reward options. The surveys are plentiful, short, easy and you get to see the results. People comment on them and you can read them. It is extremely unique as it has a social networking element in that you can contact other commentators via their internal email feature. I get the impression that a lot of people on there interact with one another.

Wednesday, August 20, 2014 by Janice

Spent 6 weeks doing their little surveys and had enough points to get. 15.00 amazon gift card, cashed in my points and got an e-mail saying my order was cancelled and also my account. No reason, what a waste of my time, stay away from TELLWUT

"Excellent site! May be not. (Edited Review)"
Tuesday, August 12, 2014 by Kristie

I began at this site in the early spring of this year and bought 90% of my daughter's school clothes with their gift cards and will be giving my 2 nieces a $25 gift card each for Walmart for Christmas. I do not understand the negativity some are reporting. Well now wait. I am editing this review. I now understand some frustration. While all I did say was true, I left for a bit and came back. It now has a high school clique kind of thing going on and if you comment anything in the comments, a group of mean girls led by a Karylwood will mass email everyone horrible comments about you and call you names in the comments if you don't agree with their mass email sniping. I find it best not to engage in comments but it is no longer a fun place to actually tell what you think. Several emails have been sent to TellWut but they go unanswered. They may enjoy reading the arguing, I don't know. Just keep your head down and click your answers but don't comment. You WILL become a target.

"It's okay"
Thursday, August 07, 2014 by Missy

It's okay. Takes long to cash out. There are better sites like instagc where you get paid instantly in gift cards or american express cards even game cards like xbox live. They have gift cards to tons of stores like Bath & Body Works, Amazon, Target, Walmart, American Outfitters, Ebay, etc.

"Used to be amazing!"
Sunday, July 27, 2014 by FRAN

Tellwut was amazing, I was able to earn about a $10 Amazon gift card every four weeks or so answering questions daily, but now it seems they have enacted a what I can best determine to be a 50 point earning limit a day, so it will now take about three months to earn that gift card. A reward is somewhere in sight (unlike some surveys), so that's positive. It seems they are focusing their reward points for members to answer third-party surveys, which I rarely qualify for and the one time I did I was never rewarded with the promised Tellwut points. As for survey creation (another opportunity to earn points), they say you can submit 2 a week, but after submitting my questions I was told no more than 1 a day. Great, so 1 survey was approved but I am unable to resubmit my second survey because I already attempted 2 in 7 days, so the limit is applied whether the survey is approved or not. They should say 2 attempts every 7 days. Disappointed with this new direction that Tellwut is taking.

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