ProOpinion Reviews and Features

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ProOpinion

6 Research Drive, Shelton, Connecticut  06484 US
Tel: 1-866-360-9577   Contact:
Operated by: Dynata

ProOpinion Quick Overview:
Rewards Offered: Cash paid via PayPal Amazon gift cards iTunes gift cards Retail e-vouchers Donations to charity
Member Opportunities: Business surveys Online surveys
Redeeming Rewards: 1000 points ($10) minimum account balance required to request rewards.
Similar Panels: Opinion Outpost, YouGov, Branded Surveys

ProOpinion, run by Dynata, is a free online community driven by research and fueled by thousands of business professionals. Earn rewards by participating in business surveys and research.

Earn Points for Each Survey

Every time you participate in a survey, ProOpinion will reward you with points in exchange for your time. 100 Opinion Points = $1.00, and with many surveys to choose from, racking up points does not take long.

Get Paid By PayPal or Gift Cards

Once your account reaches 1,000 points ($10), you may request a payment to your verified PayPal account. You may also choose to collect your earnings in the form of an Amazon or iTunes voucher.

Donate Your Earnings

Choose the option that keeps on giving. Once your account reaches 1,000 points you may choose to donate your earnings to the American Red Cross.

Stay in The Know With Business News

ProOpinion offers a business newsfeed that will help put you at the forefront of any conversation. Fun mini-polls taken by fellow business professionals also offer a pulse on the business world.

Survey Lengths

A typical business survey takes between 10-15 minutes to complete.

Eligibility: Business professionals 18+ who live in the USA.

ProOpinion Reviews (21)

5 Star Reviews (5)
4 Star Reviews (1)
3 Star Reviews (2)
2 Star Reviews (3)
1 Star Reviews (10)

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Too similar to Surveyspot

May 15, 2020 by Vincent from United States

I see people saying " I do not understand the reviews...:" I can answer that for these people. You are not as experienced in survey taking as you may think. I have been taking surveys since 2009. Opinionoutpost is beyond better than Pro Opinion. If you caught on, SSI at the time of development (now Dynata) created Pro Opinion to resemble SURVEYSPOT. The same points system as well. How can someone say this is a great survey site when you need 1000 points to cash out. A lot of the surveys are 75 points or less. Opinionoutpost averages .50-1.00 per survey and only needing 100 points. Pro Opinion needs 1000 at LOWER paying surveys. I stopped using it because it is useless to me who is an experienced survey taker for over a decade. Opinionoutpost is still one of , if not THE best one for cash outs. Mypoints and Swagbucks will get you the fastest gift card cash outs.

great site

November 6, 2019 by John from United States

They have plenty of surveys and are the highest paying. Don't understand these other reviews. It is one of my favorite sites.

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March 19, 2019 by Pedro from United States

I had an account and they froze me I need to know why reason or the reason they froze me please

Also terminated for no reason

July 7, 2017 by Roald from United States

Similar to the last few reviewers, I tried to login the other day only to be told:

"Your membership has been terminated as a result of the violation of the ProOpinion Terms & Conditions. For questions, please contact [email protected]"

I haven't violated anything and had been using Proopionion for almost 3 years. Clearly they are just terminating users that either have a lot of points or some other random reasons. Just lost a bunch of points and can't get them to respond to any emails or calls. Stay away!

Get it while the gettin's good - with caveats

June 28, 2017 by Sheila from United States

This site was ok at 1st, but I was often bounced-out of surveys halfway or all the way thru or encountered broken survey links. I could spend upwards of 30-45 mins on 1 survey, only to get "This is not the right survey for you" or "Answers Not Saved", meaning denial of reward pts. For every 10 surveys completed, I averaged 2-3 done for free due to survey malfunctions. Occasionally I’d reach someone at ProOpinion for resolution, but seldom got thru. It took 3-6 emails for a response to just 1 survey problem. Phone calls were rarely answered by live personnel, so I left voice mails, which usually went unreturned.

Early June 2017, I attempted a redemption. Instead of direction to PayPal, I got a termination notice due to violation of membership terms/conditions. Clueless as to my error, I emailed them, asking and questioning whereabouts of redemption. I wait days, no response, sent follow-up emails, still nothing. Finally, days later, a response acknowledging receipt of my emails and promising an account review. Days go by, no response. I sent another email, but no response again for days. Then, an email asking for details of the events prior to termination. I sent requested info immediately, but no response for another week.
Days go by, then another email from ProOpinion repeating request for account termination details. I complied - again. Monday, an email saying they've reviewed my account and won’t reinstate because their "investigation" confirmed the violations, & that any points accrued are theirs. Still no mention of WHAT the violation was. My husband and I were both members, so perhaps he'd taken his own surveys on my home computer (no rule against this), and they thought it was me. It’s no great loss, but they’ve already kept plenty I’d earned in the past.

After reading other reviews, it’s clear this poorly-run company’s m.o. is deny points when they can & shut down member accounts without cause. There are other survey sites, so I'll go elsewhere, but beware; their business model is extremely poor customer-service, denial of points (and therefore $$) when possible, & sudden termination without explanation. For those baffled by complaints, just sit tight; your day will come. Their unethical business practices won’t stop ‘til enough members decide this treatment is unacceptable or someone designs a survey site that treats its members with respect & integrity.

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