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.
They're very unprofessional! They start off with Hey instead of something nicer. They deactivated my account and they said I wasn't in the system, which is BS! I was about to cuss them out because they kept asking for a lot of stuff, don't go with them. They like to deactivate your account and not say a word to anyone.
I can't believe the horrible reviews Ipsos I-Say is getting. I haven't had many problems with them. Just once when it took months for my $15 to go into my paypal but they were good about responding to my email.
I like that their surveys are usually pretty short and even if I don't qualify, they usually give me the token 5 points. I love playing poll predictor after the surveys, even though I've never won anything, it's fun guessing the right answer.
My only beef with them is that it sometimes takes me five minutes or longer to log onto the site. And that my dashboard will say I've got two surveys, I click on one and it says there are NO surveys at this time. I guess they've got a glitch.
On average I make about $15 on this site per month and enjoy the surveys.
After filling out their surveys for months, I had accumulated a good amount of points for a substantial reward just to find out that they deactivated my account. The explanation I was given made absolutely no sense. And as for points I was told to forget redeeming them. They are so unprofessional, even they e-mails start with "Hey" instead of properly addressing you. I would not recommend wasting time there.
This was my go-to survey site. Tons of surveys, qualified for many, and rewards came swiftly.
I suspect that I'm going to run into the same issue with turning points to Amazon gift cards. I used to be able to redeem them and received the gift card immediately. Now, I'm running into the same problem that another user who posted yesterday. I'll follow the reviews here and see if there's anyone else with this recent and uncharacteristic issue with Ipsos.
Unlike most of the recent comments, my experience with i-Say has been relatively good. I've been a participant for 8 months, and although the pay hasn't been out of this world, I would consider it decent.
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