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ProOpinion

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

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 (20)

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

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Panel with very few surveys

September 10, 2015 by John from United States

This panel have very few surveys. The few surveys available can not finish them because they say they have reached the maximum number of responses or because my profile is not suitable. I do not recommend .

pathetic company

August 23, 2015 by Tommy from United States

I entered and made many surveys but when I asked for my reward they said that it was not possible because my internet connection is not allowed. so I lost my account because they put it frozen. it was so bad and disgusting.

Very few surveys

July 22, 2015 by george from United States

is very difficult to reach the minimum, you pay very little for the polls, and get very few daily.

Not very good place

May 31, 2015 by Yeiner from United States

point system is very low, and sends few surveys, takes too long to reach the minimum

I should have listened to a previous reviewer

January 15, 2016 by Tammy from United States

It was very good while it lasted. Pro Opinion pays well and the surveys were generally well-constructed. Like other reviewers, I was able to make a good bit of money in the first three weeks. Then, I was given a long survey--maybe 35 minutes to complete. And I sat with it, all the way through to the classification questions at the very end. In other surveys, these questions about your income or size of your family are front loaded, so it you are going to be disqualified from a survey, you are disqualified before you begin responding to questions. Not so with this survey. It bumped me out after I had answered every classification question that it could and I had wasted over 40 minutes of my time. Needless to say, I was not happy. That is not ethical: you now have a terrific amount of data from me, I have used my time in good faith, and I am not fairly compensated for my time and attention. I wrote to Pro Opinion to tell them this--and heard nothing. Later that afternoon, the same thing happens again. I write again, because I need to know that this is not standard practice. And what happens? They terminated me on the site and kept all of the earnings that I had acquired (which represented a significant amount of time). Because I brought something to their attention that I would *think* that a responsible survey organization would acknowledge is not a typical or acceptable practice. Wow. If you want professionals and well-educated people to take your surveys (and you claim that you do), you would think that you would want to build a relationship of trust rather than resort to this infantile 'termination' and erasure of compensation that I earned. Learn from this, my friends. I should have known that this was too good to be true for too long.

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