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6 Research Drive, Shelton, Connecticut  06484
Tel:   Contact: https://www.ipoll.com/about_us.php
Operated by: Survey Sampling International, LLC

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422 user reviews
Rewards Offered
Green checkboxCash paid via PayPal
Green checkboxAmazon gift cards
Green checkboxiTunes gift cards
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Member Opportunities
Green checkboxOnline surveys
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Green checkboxMobile app
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Green checkboxMystery shopping
Green checkboxTeen surveys
Redemption Info
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$25 USD minimum account balance required to request rewards

iPoll General Information


Get Paid for Fun Adventures!
Turn the things you do everyday into an adventure! Ipoll is all about convenience and fun, and wants to know your thoughts on the things you do everyday with interactive mini missions that provide rewards.

Survey Types
iPoll offers its members the opportunity to take surveys via their website and also via their mobile apps. Their mobile apps are available on both iTunes (for iPhones) and on Google Play (for Android phones). Users who download the mobile app can expect to be contacted more frequently to participate in surveys.

Added App Features
Another benefit of downloading the app is getting specific assignments based on your geographic location, accept them and earn cash right on the spot! You may be challenged to take a picture of a product, or asked to visit a specific store. The app also includes video, photo and audio capabilities for fun, interactive reporting.

Rewards Offered
iPoll offers various rewards including cash paid via PayPal (to verified PayPal accounts only), Amazon.com e-vouchers, and iTunes gift codes. Once redeemed, rewards usually take about 4 weeks to be delivered.

Quarterly Sweepstakes!
iPoll rewards its members with quarterly sweepstakes draws of $10,000.

$5 Signup Bonus to New Members
New iPoll members will receive a one-time credit of $5 added to their account. This makes the $25 minimum to redeem most rewards attainable faster. Also complete your profile for even more cash earnings.

Eligibility: Residents in over 32 countries, 13+.

Note: iPoll was formerly known as SurveyHead.

"Problems with Google Chrome"
January 19, 2017 by April from United States

For some reason, iPoll hasn't been working on Google Chrome. I had this issue a few weeks ago, so I have to use FireFox on my desktop. Also, on the app, it will tell you that you don't qualify for surveys, yet on the desktop site it lets you take them. Confusing.

"terminated after i try to cash out"
January 18, 2017 by sandi from United States

This is the second time that i have been terminated for just trying to cashout from paypal. Last time they reinstated me, i thought it was a glitch on their end (which it could be) and now again.. I am livid at what is happening with no explanation to fix the problem.. now i have to wait and see again.

"Membership Terminated"
January 14, 2017 by Jennifer from United States

I have been doing surveys over 15 years & this is the first time I have ever had a membership terminated. Nice how they terminate when I almost have enough to cash out. I would stay away from this one!

"Account terminated"
January 10, 2017 by Vicki from Canada

Like others, my account has been terminated for no reason after having been a member for many years. I had been experiencing issues and they told me to delete my cache which didn't solve the problem. I provided them with specific info related to the problem, my OS, browser, etc but didn't receive any further assistance. And now my account is terminated.

"Member since the start, member no longer"
December 23, 2016 by Pete from United States

As of January 2017, the cash out threshold will be raised to $50 and a new rule will go into effect stipulating that earned credits will expire after one year. This change is the final straw for me. I don't take surveys to get rich, but I'd prefer to feel respected as a survey-taker.

I've been a member of iPoll since they first started. Initially, you would log in and be presented with a list of surveys available to you, the estimated completion time, and the reward amount in dollars. The rewards weren't great, but they were acceptable if you were taking surveys mostly for fun and weren't trying to make money. I eventually stopped taking lower value surveys because they seemed to go on longer than advertised, sometimes the rewards wouldn't post for months or at all, and sometimes I would spend 20 minutes on a survey before being disqualified without compensation. Customer service was rarely able to address my problems and would simply restate policy.

Now, there is only a "take a survey" button which leads to a series of qualifying questions, which then may or may not lead to a survey. Rewards are poor, and often less than $1 per survey and I'd estimate a rate of about $3/hour when you figure in the time spent taking lengthy qualifiers that lead nowhere. If you value your time, I'd suggest looking for a better deal elsewhere.




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