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Tel: 44 (0) 1732 356 399  Contact: [email protected]
Operated by: VIGA

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47 user reviews
Rewards Offered
Green checkboxCash paid via PayPal
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Member Opportunities
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Green checkboxTelephone surveys
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Accrue a balance of $8.00 (or 4 GBP) in your account, receive a PayPal payment within 48 hours of request and sometimes even instantly. $10 USD (£5) minimum account balance required for Amazon vouchers.

Crowdology General Information


Register for Paid Surveys & You Could Win a $250 ASOS Voucher. Cash Out With PayPal & Amazon
Crowdology offers cash for each survey completed. 5 minute surveys pay $0.50 and after a balance of 8 (or £4 in the UK) is accrued in your account, you can withdraw your earnings to your PayPal account. Alternatively, choose to receive an Amazon voucher. Surveys pay anywhere from $0.40 - $10 each. Payment can take up to 48 hours, however some members have reported receiving their earnings immediately after requesting them.

Types of Surveys Offered
Online surveys on everyday topics, products and issues. It is stressed that the topics are not boring!

Survey Lengths
Surveys vary in length from 2 to 15 minutes and award cash upon successful completion - there are no complex points systems to worry about as cash is awarded each time a survey is finished.

Prize draws are held sporadically and usually upon registering to the Crowdology panel. Register and complete a survey this month and you could win $250 ASOS voucher.

Some of the prizes Crowdology members have one include Bose quiet comfort noise cancelling headphones, Spotify premium memberships and prepaid Mastercards, just to name a few.

Prize Draws
Prize draws are held sporadically and usually upon registering to the Crowdology panel.

Who is Crowdology?
Crowdology is an online market research panel where you can earn extra to do the important things you love. It’s run by VI.GA, who collect opinions on behalf of research firms.

Eligibility: Residents of UK and USA, 18+

"Seem to have lost their way"
July 26, 2017 by Doug from United Kingdom

Back in Apr 2017 would have given them 5 stars, but recently it's becoming ridiculous. Today I got offered 15 'follow on' surveys, each of which followed the same pattern 'Here's a new survey for you...Sorry you don't qualify' I wouldn't mind but as we have to fill out a fairly detailed profile, how come all the surveys offered don't fit.
Seems, like many other companies at present the attitude is just 'shove out any old survey, don't worry if it really applies'

"Not many surveys, clunky site"
May 05, 2017 by Adam from United States

Well... I've been getting slightly more surveys from them the past month, so yay, I guess? Except I haven't qualified for a single one of them. Looks like I received 3 surveys so far in October, none of which I qualified for. I did qualify for one survey at the beginning of September, which paid 50 cents. Not remotely impressed with how much this site is making me: I get more in an average week with OO than I've made in 3 months with crowdology.

Upside, at least it lets you cash out *any* amount that's at least 8$, so you can wait for a few more surveys and get those before cashing out. Much better than sites that only let you cash out *exactly* n dollars and anything above that, you have to wait until the next time you hit the threshold.

Also, their website is super clunky, which isn't the worst thing if the payout was better, but it definitely doesn't give the greatest impression (for instance - there is no indication that you're logged in once you are; you just have a frame with your account info, but it still says "log in" above it, and if you visit any page that doesn't require you to be logged in, it logs you out. What? Also, to cash out, you get there through the Profile page. What?, he said again.)

"Samplicious surveys"
December 05, 2016 by Jill from United States

I didn't really enjoy this panel. Most, if not all, of the surveys were through samplicious and I never have any luck with them. The cash out minimum is low and they do pay.

"Not impressed, started well but ..."
September 08, 2016 by Leo from United Kingdom

I'm done with this company, despite their nice Speaker answering questions here on the Survey Police blog, hence 1 entire star!

Surveys don't have a ref.no and when they are rewarded weeks later (as some say at the end) you are not sure which entry it is, and with Cint "Corrections", you really don't know where you stand after having waited that long.
And I'm tired to chasing up missing incentives! Or to keep a mile long log!
A survey reference and a better survey statement would save respondents time!

Do not believe what they say that "most rewards vary from £0.40 up to £10", in 2 years once had £2.08 but nothing bigger, a few times just over £1, the majority £0.16 £0.24 ... then £0.32 then £0.40 or just over.

I also had enough of their misleading survey timing (2 min survey that clearly last 8, or 5 min that clearly was meant to last 15...).

Paypal fees... Another way to pay less respondents, do Crowdology employees pay a fee when they get their wages? They/Cint just pass on the fees to us!
First I clarified this point with Paypal, it is the company choice; Second, other companies do not pass this fee to respondents when you get your paypal payment, so it is possible.
But Amazon reward takes 1 month!?! It is a e-code!! If other companies can deliver it almost instantaneously, why can't they?

Long screenings and third parties surveys (that all seem collecting info before disqualifying you) do not give Crowdology ground for a more positive review.

"Login issues"
August 18, 2016 by Jeff from United States

I've quit Crowdology once and have since come back. At first everything was great but now I'm having the same issues logging in that I had before (which led me to avoiding this site for months). What's the point of doing the surveys I receive through email if I can't log on and check my balance/cash out?




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