iPoll Reviews and Features

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6 Research Drive, Shelton, Connecticut  06484 US
Tel: 1-866-360-9565   Contact: https://www.ipoll.com/about_us.php
Operated by: Dynata

Quick Overview:
Rewards Offered: Cash paid via PayPal Amazon gift cards iTunes gift cards Sweepstakes entries
Member Opportunities: Online surveys Product testing Mobile app Mobile surveys Mystery shopping Diary surveys Teen surveys
Redeeming Rewards: $25 USD minimum for gift cards, $50 USD minimum account balance required to cash out with PayPal.
Similar Panels: Opinion Outpost, Tellwut, Branded Surveys

iPoll, originally known as Survey Head, was founded in 2008 and since 2016, has been owned and operated by Dynata.

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. You'll get a $5 bonus just for signing up, and surveys range from $0.50 to $3. If you don’t mind leaving your home, you may also complete “missions” using the phone app at specific retail locations. New Item Scavenger Hunts potentially allow you to earn from $0.50 to $100 a day.

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.

Complete Surveys to Earn Points

Complete survey to earn points and get rewarded. Surveys themselves typically take between 10-15 minutes and iPoll tries to keep surveys as short as possible so they aren’t monopolizing your time.

Added App Features

Another benefit of downloading the app is getting specific assignments based on your geographic location, accepting them and earning 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.


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. If you are redeeming via PayPal, remember to use the same email to sign up for iPoll that you use for your PayPal account. iPoll tries to get your rewards to you quickly, but on occasion it may take up to 4 weeks to redeem your rewards.

A $25 account balance is required to redeem an Amazon.com e-voucher, or an iTunes gift code. PayPal cash payments can be requested when you've completed $50 worth of surveys or assignments.

Quarterly Sweepstakes!

iPoll rewards its members with quarterly sweepstakes draws of up to $10,000 USD. To be entered into the sweepstakes, you simply need to participate in a panel or survey, attend a webinar or redeem points.

Eligibility: USA, UK, Canada, 13+

iPoll Reviews (504)

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3 Star Reviews (56)
2 Star Reviews (59)
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They cheat you

August 4, 2019 by Megan from United States

I accumulated $25 doing surveys for multiple hours each week. I took my time on each survey. But when I tried to redeem my $25 through my paypal account, a message came up that said "Your membership has been terminated as a result of the violation of the iPoll Terms and Conditions. For questions, please contact [email protected]".

I've contacted iPoll several times but they just repeat "the accuracy and attentiveness of your account activity has been flagged" message and ignore any requests to provide specific information.They also kept my $25.

I then created a different e-mail to give them one more shot. I spent another couple of weeks doing surveys. And when I went to redeem my $25, my account got terminated again & they kept my money again. This company is shady. They do not want to pay you for your time so they make up some crap that you violated their terms & conditions. After reading through a lot of the reviews, it seems I am definitely not the first person this has happened to.

To me, it looks like SSI (the parent company of iPoll and OO) just want to cull people out of their programs without having to pay them a dime by accusing them of violating the T&Cs, which is despicable behavior.

My advice is to avoid any SSI panels in future unless you want to see your hard-earned cash vanished into thin air.


July 13, 2019 by Jacqueline from United States

It has some surveys. But I've been taking them for over 7 months and I still haven't received my first payment.

Great Except PayPal Redemptions

July 2, 2019 by Christopher from United States

Huge changes have been made including redemptions. Now you can redeem PayPal payments in a matter of seconds.

Dishonest Firm

June 25, 2019 by Heidi from United States

iPoll and sister company SurveySpot will shut down your account and confiscate your earnings by claiming that you failed their quality checks. So if you're a FAST reader but accurate, beware. (iPoll/SurveySpot time the surveys and assume that each should take a certain amount of time to complete.) Fast readers and typists will eventually join their "hit list" and have their earnings taken. There's no rejoinder or recourse. "Guilty before proven innocent" is how they operate, so beware.

Survey Theft

June 13, 2019 by sawyer from United States

The problem that's referred to as survey theft has been getting worse and worse over the past couple years to the point that it's no longer worth the time and effort to continue with iPoll. It started out being just a few surveys a month where you'd go through the whole survey answering ALL of the questions (not just the demographic ones but ALL of them on the survey topic as well) only to get transferred back to iPoll at the very end and be told that you didn't qualify for the survey. It seems clear to me this is happening so someone can get survey results without actually paying you for them. What initially began as just a few per month then became a few per week. Unfortunately, reporting the instances to iPoll is also a waste of time as you will either get no response at all or get a generic cut-and-paste excuse of how it must be your fault and no offer to help even when you've provided evidence to back up what you're telling them. So, instead of iPoll doing anything to help reduce the problem, this year it has literally become a few per day. That is not an exaggeration. I just had this happen on 3 surveys already today: a 25 minute one, a 20 minute one, and a 15 minute one. So, I wasted an entire hour of my life. And it's now happening regularly. This wasn't a one-off thing. I wouldn't have bothered coming here and writing this review if that were the case. It's gotten so bad that wasting 30-60 minutes per day FULLY completing surveys only to be told you didn't qualify is common. And. again, this NOT being told you didn't qualify after only filling out the demographic/classification questions. I'm talking about surveys where you've gone on to provide 100+ responses on the actual topic. Furthermore, before anybody thinks this may be happening because I'm rushing through surveys and giving useless responses, that is definitely NOT the situation. The main reason I do surveys is because I genuinely believe that both product quality and quality of service keeps deteriorating and I want to try and improve the situation with helpful feedback and input. So, I give legitimate answers and am not just randomly clicking and giving nonsense answers. Lastly, I'm obviously not doing it for the money since the typical payout on iPoll is 50 cents for 10 minute surveys, $1.00 for 15-20, $1.50 for 20-25, and the rare survey which pays $2 or more. Calculate out the hourly rate and it is WAY WAY below minimum wage. Taking surveys is definitely not worth your time if you're only doing it for the money! But, even if the money is secondary, nobody wants to feel like they're being lied to or cheated. And, unfortunately, that's what I now feel like on practically a daily basis with iPoll. I have to strongly recommend against them due to this frequent, ongoing problem.