Time consuming, yes. Sometimes difficult to navigate due to many different survey platforms, absolutely. Frustrating getting the old "This Survey is not for you" after having gone through a series of qualifying questions, more than you can ever imagine. But at the end of the day, with the exception of the time commitment, it's not just free, but it represents money not spent for usual purchases. If you're making 200k or better it is probably not worth your time. But if you are retired like me and can spend 3 hours a week answering questions about shaving cream and hot dogs, it represents about 300 miles a week earned or 15.6k a year in money not spent. It's about having realistic expectations. If you are looking for something for nothing look elsewhere. If you are looking for 3 free trips a year ( and you do the math) in exchange for your opinion of frozen meats or the latest ithingy, go look elsewhere. But if you place this in the proper context, that it is a supplemental measure you can take to gain a few miles and you're ok with that, then the program is for you. The OPC gets an AAA rating.
Avoid MileagePlus Opinion miles program. Such a waste of time. I have tried maybe 10 times without any success. Main driver was to get few points by responding to a survey for a few minutes. Every time after spending 10-15 minutes, I get message that I don't fit the profile. It is a scam. This has lowered my opinion about United Airline itself to be associated with such a bad system.
I am extremely frustrated with Opinion Miles. For every 10 surveys I take, maybe one gets points awarded. The others result in errors after I've spent 20-30 minutes each and complete them or I am found to be 'Not Qualified' after 10-20 minutes each. It is ridiculous and a failure.
This program collects too much private information and gives you almost nothing in return. In the emails it seems easy to get the points however it is misleading the customers, you will rarely get a single point.
You answer a lot of questions for almost 15 minutes and suddenly a message comes informing you do NOT qualify for the survey.
Some customers reviewed missing points. In order to avoid it I suggest doing a print screen and save in your files this way you will have a way to prove your missing point.
I read about Opinion Miles Club in other review pool, they were talking about 2013 when the situation to get the miles was very different. I can say nowadays 2015-2016 it is a waste of time.
In order to receive your bonus (or any points) you have to qualify for a survey. I have still not qualified for a single survey...I even tried faking information 10 different ways.
Waste of time. DO NOT USE!
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