InspiredOpinions Reviews and Features

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101 Wood Avenue South, Iselin, New Jersey  08830 US
Tel: 855.244.0886   Contact: [email protected]
Operated by: Sago


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Founded in 1966, Schlesinger Group is a data collection company that offers their clients qualitative and quantitative research solutions. They conduct online surveys, online communities, webcam and in-person focus groups, telephone interviews and more. They focus on markets largely in the US, UK, Germany and Spain. They are constantly seeking out consumers, business professionals, healthcare professionals, patients and caregivers to join their panel.

Participate in Various Types of Research

Inspired Opinions by Schlesinger gives its members the opportunity to participate in a variety of different types of market research including online surveys, in-person focus groups, online communities, product testing and telephone surveys. You may be asked to participate:

  • In person at one of their 16 offices across the US
  • On the phone
  • Online from anywhere in the world

Take Lucrative In-Person Focus Groups

Inspired Opinions has over a dozen offices across the US where you could be invited to participate in a live focus group. Look out for these invitations in your e-mail inbox. Many times these focus groups pay over $100 for 1 -2 hours of participation.

Opinion Rewards Points

Each time you participate, you will earn Opinion Rewards Points that can be redeemed once you reach 1,000 points. All points must be redeemed online. Every 100 points is valued at $1 and never expires. You can redeem your points in denominations from $5 to $100, depending on your points balance at any time. Points are redeemed for Amazon e-vouchers.

Many Monthly Invitations

Members of Inspired Opinions will receive between 4 to 10 monthly invitations to participate in research activities per month. The amount varies with the unique set of demographics given by each individual.

Eligibility: US, UK, France and Germany. Must be 18+. This panel accepts multiple accounts from the same household.

InspiredOpinions Reviews (44)

5 Star Reviews (7) 15.9
4 Star Reviews (4) 9.1
3 Star Reviews (3) 6.8
2 Star Reviews (5) 11.4
1 Star Reviews (25) 56.8

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Nothing inspired here!!

February 17, 2018 by Leisa from United States

I will never do another survey/activity for this company. I have had to chase a mere $75 for two weeks now and still don't have it. IF you ever actually get accepted into one, you probably want to pass. Their cust svc responds with the generic "please wait" then progresses to "incentives were processed" and you STILL WON'T have your incentive. I loathe this company now. I arranged for someone to watch my kid and participated in an online interview for an hour around the second week of December. They won't even confirm anything to me. Just bull c/s pat answers and no incentive. I'm raising hell about it on social media and in emails but they don't budge and don't care. WE should not have to chase incentives as we have already given these companies much of our time. Don't do it! You'll be angry and frustrated.

F on better business bureau

October 27, 2017 by jason from United States

This Company Has an F on the better business bureau and is featured on the ripoff report. Total ripoff. Beware any affiliation. They don't pay any of their bills either.

Very Unprofessional

July 25, 2017 by Danilo from Canada

When I was completing the registration form on-line, I noticed that the address being asked of me was referring to USA location (I live in Canada) and so I did not proceed and would just forget about it. Several days later, I got a phone call from the company enticing me to participate. I told the lady that I am not a US resident and I already signed up for a similar survey being conducted by a Canadian research company for the same topic. She said she would check with her manager and asked me to hold the line. Moments later, she came back and assured me that it is not a problem. So I went through the process and was given a telephone interview date and time of May 9, 2017 at 2:45 pm, my time. On this date, I waited and waited and nobody called. I phoned the company and spoke with Laura T. She said the interview I had in Canada was for the same client and therefore Schlesinger will no longer interview me. I asked why I did not receive any word that my scheduled interview has been canceled. She apologized and promised she'll arrange to compensate my time for the interview that did not take place. Since then, I've been making follow up calls and emails to Tracy. She has been ignoring my calls and emails. It is unbelievable how unprofessional I was treated and quite unbecoming for a company as big as Schlesinger.


June 6, 2017 by Jonathan from United States

I got only one survey. It was for $75 for 60 minutes, and they paid by check.

They also do gift cards with completion of minimum cashout of $10.

6/6/2017 Have earned several hundred dollars lifetime now. Few surveys, but they pay handsomely for the ones they offer.

You are invited to our Pre-pre-pre-qualifiers for the Pre-pre surveys!

March 14, 2017 by Nick from United Kingdom

Funny old place, this. Not because they are more of a panel-oriented outfit as opposed to straight surveys (of which the number you will likely receive are countable on your thumbs, and you probably will have a thumb spare). It's the almost comedic time and hassle just getting started with a project.

Like the project I was pre-invited to, offering a three figure sum to spend a month keeping a journal and do two hour and a half online chats.

So I complete the pre-survey screener, before Xmas.

After Xmas I get a pre-project phone call from a friendly, but slightly rushed sounding person doing a phone screener (which I qualified, yay!), and if I could pass the details on to anyone I know who might be interested - next day I get another call asking if I'd asked anyone, I presume they were needing to get the numbers up fast and nobody was qualifying - I know of at least one I invited who didn't qualify for a fairly benign reason.

So, now in 2017. I get another link for this project, finally!

I'm presented with an archaic looking webform with two yes/no participation buttons, and a broken, non-hyperlinked address to ANOTHER pre survey...

At this point, I checked out. Life's too short.

A few weeks later, I get invited to a pre-qualifying survey for movie project, that wants a fortnight of daily surveys plus a couple more, for a non-disclosed "incentive", and prize draws.

Prior experience has taught me to never do work up front without knowing what the pay is, and certainly not for draws.

So I click on it anyway, hoping more would be revealed in this pre-screener info.


Sorry, but I don't pre-work for lucky dips and undisclosed "incentive". No chance.

The last page had a really obvious honesty checker that wants you to ignore the question and click on the "none of the above" button at the bottom... which is ironic as people who have had enough of a survey and aren't paying any attention would click that button instinctively, just to move it along.

Fortunately, I WAS paying attention, and made damn sure I pre-failed it :-D

Three stars for effort, not sure if that's mine or theirs though.

EDIT: Latest survey invite sent to me has currency in euros and cents and refers to chain stores that don't exist in the UK - NOW I remember why this lot are so poor! A few years back they invited me to a US paint panel, discussing a make that you can't even buy in the UK. Star docked now that reality has sunk back in about this place.

It's clear that Schlesinger Associates just fire off reviews to people regardless of geography or country specific panel they have signed up to - their New Jersey headquarters appear to think that Europe is a single landmass with one currency like the USA...

I wonder if their clients are aware of this?