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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.
Register for Paid Surveys and Cash Out With PayPal or Amazon
Crowdology offers cash for each survey completed. 5 minute surveys pay $0.50 and after a balance of $8.00 (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.
Types of Surveys Offered
Online surveys on everyday topics, brand-name household products and current issues. Crowdology stresses that their surveys are not boring!
The surveys themselves are quite short, ranging from 2 to 20 minutes in length 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.
Sweepstakes are held sporadically and usually upon registering to the Crowdology panel. You can also be entered into sweepstakes by sharing Crowdology with your friends via email invite.
Some of the prizes Crowdology members have won include Bose Quiet Comfort Noise Cancelling Headphones, Spotify Premium Subscriptions and ASOS Vouchers, just to name a few.
In order to withdraw from your account, you will need to have at least $8.00 in your Crowdology account (or £4 in the UK) as well as a PayPal account to transfer your Crowdology funds to. This company does not pay out rewards via check. The time between the request and the balance landing in your PayPal account is on average 48 hours. Also, if you use Amazon Payment, it could take up to 4 weeks before you see your money.
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+
May 15, 2020 by Nik from United Kingdom
This site constantly screens you out, sometimes quickly, sometimes after you've spent 10 minutes answering questions - so you're providing research and then not getting paid. It then searches for another survey, and the same thing happens again, so far my record is 5 screens out over 25 minutes with no payment. Use another site, I'll not be taking part in any more Crowdology "surveys".
March 3, 2020 by James from United States
If getting ripped off & robbed is your thing then this is the website for you. Avoid at all cost or you can find out for yourself just to get blocked as soon as you request a payment. This is how this website operates then you can't even email them to complain , STAY AWAY !!!!!!! Don't even trust the old reviews from 2 years back because that was then and this is now things change. not a nice company. , hope this helps
December 19, 2019 by Steve from United Kingdom
I've been a member for almost 5 years and had no problems until this week.
I've just had all my CINT survey panel accounts, including Crowdology, closed without warning and the earnings forfeited due to a supposed T&Cs violation. I know I've not breached any T&Cs so I think this is despicable behaviour on the part of CINT. They refuse to consider any appeals - this is the email text they sent to me:-
"We regret to inform you that our systems have identified activity that is in violation of Cint's Participant Terms & Conditions for Panel Membership. As a result, we have removed your panelist account from our system and you will no longer be able to login, take part in surveys or other research programs or redeem or receive any rewards.
This decision will not be reviewed or reversed."
*** AVOID ***
November 24, 2019 by Doug from United Kingdom
Great if you like wasting time on "Here's a survey, fill out our quick profile, sorry you don't qualify" then "finding you a survey", time & time & time again.
Latest trick is to remove points earned (hard as it is to earn points at present), then to ignore any requests for an explanation. Still get the dreaded 'You are not in the correct country' message as well.
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'
November 15, 2019 by Lionel from United Kingdom
I've needed to contact support and each time I try I get no response. Recently my login has been refused but asked to reset my password. On doing so refuses yet again. They accept my email request to change my password. Why can't they answer my request for help?
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