Voice + Choice + Rewards
With Ipsos i-Say you can have the power to influence the future of major brands in advertising, entertainment and many other industries. Share your opinions and choose your rewards!
Take online surveys on a variety of different topics. Typically earn between 10-100 points for each survey you successfully complete. Survey invitations are sent directly to your inbox for ultimate convenience. Most members will receive about 8 survey invitations per month, depending on their profile demographics.
Reward Types and Amounts
Ipsos i-Say offers the following reward options:
Members of i-Say will receive entries into various prize draws just for being active members, for taking surveys, etc. Prizes vary but include things like electronics, vacations, and prize packs.
Enter into the following prize draws with your collected points:
Ipsos offers a loyalty program where members can earn bonus points if they have already completed a certain number of surveys in the past. For instance, members receive 25 bonus points after completing 5 surveys, 50 bonus points after completing 10 surveys, etc. The more surveys that are completed, the more bonus points increasingly become more valuable. The loyalty program runs from January 1 to December 31 each year and does not carry over.
Refer your Friends!
Ipsos i-Say provides the option to refer your family, friends or anyone who you think would be interested in collecting rewards for filling out surveys! For each individual you successfully refer you will collect 100 bonus i-Say points. Periodically there are promotions offering even more points for referring new panel members.
Ipsos Background Information
The Ipsos i-Say online survey panel is operated by Ipsos Insight, a division of Ipsos. Ipsos is one of the world's largest online marketing research companies which conducts over 6 million surveys annually in over 100 countries.
Note: The European version of this panel, Ipsos Access Panels, has merged with Ipsos i-Say. They are now one.
Over the past few weeks I had two completed surveys I did not receive credit for even though at the end end it said I successfully completed them. I've emailed them numerous times with no reply.
Worst survey company ever! Completed 5 surveys for them this week (through different routers). How many did I get paid for? 0!!! It always "times out" or "redirects" when I'm 98% done with the survey.
The icing on the cake? I finished a lengthy survey from them today, and AFTER I finished, got a "The service is unavailable" message. How convenient! They get the info and we get squat. Avoid at all costs!!!
I've tried using them about a week. At first I was getting surveys and the allotted points, then like others, I'd spend 20-30mins on a survey only to be told I don't qualify. WTF is that? On my profile page where it lists available surveys, I'd click on one, answer a few standard questions, only to get the "sorry we're not accepting respondents at this time" - then why was it available in the first place? Waste of time. Do yourselves a favor; when you sign up for stuff like this, provide any narrative you choose, just make sure you're consistent.
For a couple of years it has been pretty good. However, for the last few months it will kick me out of surveys that I am nearly finished with (20+ mins of focused/product specific questions) and will then tell me I didn't qualify for the survey. Twice I even reached the last few questions "for classification purposes" before getting that message. Customer support states that I simply didn't meet the survey criteria, but I've been doing this long enough to know what real survey questions are like...
I just found out that my account was also deactivated WITHOUT NOTICE!! Due to some deaths in the family, I had not been able to keep up with the surveys. I emailed them to see why I had not been sent surveys in awhile and how I could get them sent to me now, but I was told my account had been deactivated. They said the points I had accumulated were wiped out after 45 days. How would I know to use those points if I was never sent an email stating that my account was going to be deactivated? NOT good business practice! I also was addressed as "hey"
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