Qmee Reviews and Features

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Operated by Qmee Ltd
8th Floor South, Reading Bridge House, George Street, Reading, RG1 8LS, England
Contact: [email protected]

Qmee is an app and browser extension which allows you to earn cash by shopping, completing offers, taking surveys, and referring friends.

It offers a no minimum cash out for its users and utilizes deep machine learning to facilitate a better user experience. The registration process is free and fast.

How Qmee Works

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Qmee App

The Qmee app is a free app available on both iPhone and Android. You can download it and automatically access your Qmee account, straight from your phone. Find deals with the automatic price comparison tool when shopping online, get notified of new surveys and request payments, directly from the app.

The Qmee browser extension is similar to the Qmee app in that you can see your cash rewards balance directly from the extension, and it includes an automatic price comparison tool which will compare price savings of different products, so that you don't have to. The tool can help save you money with coupons and deals, all without having to go to different sites to compare.

  • Complete Surveys

    Complete the initial sign up survey to then be matched with a variety of paid survey opportunities. Each survey assignment will display the estimated time completed to finish the survey, the reward offered, as well as the topic of the survey. Some surveys have different statuses. These include:
    • Hot Surveys - these are picked by Qmee and are considered the 'hottest surveys'. They tend to disappear quickly, so if you're interested in completed surveys for Qmee, ensure to complete these when you see them.
    • Recontact Surveys - these are follow-up surveys to surveys that you have already previously completed.
    • Webcam Surveys - these are surveys that request use of your webcam. Like all surveys listed on Qmee, they are optional to complete.
  • Offers

    Offers are Qmee are more similar to shopping cashback. Essentially, you can earn cash rewards for signing up for new products and services. You can use the offers search tool to look for your favorite brands, to see if they have any special deals available. You can also get money saving coupons and deals on the items you're shopping for to help you save.
  • Conduct Qmee Searches

    Use the Qmee to conduct internet searches for cash rewards. Essentially, when you're conducting a regular online search using Google, Bing, etc. Qmee will suggest search results you may wish to explore. Clicking these results will result in a credit to your cash balance.
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Qmee Rewards

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With Qmee, you'll accumulate a cash balance as you participate in tasks, take surveys, refer friends, etc. Once you have a balance in your account, you can request a reward. Choose between a PayPal payment, a gift card, or make a donation to charity.

Get PayPal Cash

PayPal cash payments are typically issued almost instantly after your request. Delays are uncommon, and the money should appear within a few minutes of request. There is no 'minimum' to cash out; as long as you have a positive cash balance, you can request a payment.

Choose a Gift Card

Gift cards are issued almost instantly, as they are in e-gift card format. Bear in mind that you'll first need to verify your identity by first making a PayPal payment. This payment can be low - even a few cents will do. The point is to verify that you are indeed the owner of your account so that a gift card can be properly awarded to you. Gift card denominations start at $5 and include major retailers such as Amazon, Starbucks, Whole Foods, etc.

If you're feeling generous, consider donating part of your earnings to charity. Qmee works with a variety of different charities who you can choose to make a donation to.

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Referral Program

Qmee offers a referral program where you can earn up to $1 for every successful referral you make who reaches their first PayPal cashout. Referral links are available in your Qmee account under 'Referrals', but this link might not show up right away, as new accounts can't refer friends immediately after joining.

Eligibility: Open to residents of Australia, Canada, UK, USA.

Qmee Reviews (40)

5 Star Reviews (22) 55.0
4 Star Reviews (5) 12.5
3 Star Reviews (0) 0.0
2 Star Reviews (2) 5.0
1 Star Reviews (11) 27.5

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January 10, 2024 by Joyce from United States

After reading some positive reviews on this site here, I decided to join. The interface is pleasing but soon after joining, I got the 'something wrong, contact customer service message'.. which I did. I got an auto response that they would get back to me within 72 hours.. been past that and still nothing. I am giving them 1 star for now...


December 30, 2023 by Douglas from United States

If you want to waste your time and I mean a lot of time, then use QMEE. This pathetic website will let you complete very lengthy surveys and then present you with, "Ah, sorry".


September 29, 2023 by Lennon from Australia

Qmee seems to be the most reliable survey app I've used, you can get paid out at any time and they always have surveys even though they don't pay much. Usually they will give you 15min surveys and pay you 70c for them.

Poor customer service

September 14, 2023 by Randy from Canada

I write this review with regret because I do like things about this site such as immediate payment but I have too many issues of poor customer support to ignore. If you follow me on here at all you will notice that I put both positive retires of my experiences.

This site started so good and I love the immediate payment to PayPal. But over the last month or so I have FULLY completed between 8-10 surveys without compensation and NOT ONCE did customer service help me out other than to apologize. I did many surveys on 5-6 sites and even though I don't experience near the number of issues on other sites I generally get compensated 60-70% of the time after checks are done insure I actually DID complete them. I take doing surveys very seriously and am totally honest and would not be trying to scam money for a low paying survey like Qmee offers. Today for example I completed a .27 survey that took 20 mins to do and even though I finished it they only gave me .5 for my 20 mins of time. Every other time they give nothing. EVERY TIME. Then when I file a dispute I never seem to qualify for another survey for several days. Another standard reply is " you were declined at or near the end" of a survey you COMPLETED and are not paid.

Basically what customer service tells you is that they have no control if you are not paid. Over the last month I would estimate that between 12-15% of my "completed" surveys have resulted in this happening.

I am going to take a break from Qmee for a while because I have already been screened out of about 7-8 surveys since I filed my latest dispute.

A Decent Site as Far as I am Concerned

June 27, 2023 by Greg from United States

I have used Qmee mostly for surveys, but there are also other ways to earn through offers and games. When I have started Qmee, it was very easy to qualify for and complete surveys. At the same time, surveys had a lower range of rewards. From what I have seen, they have only went up to $1.50. This was back in 2020.

Now, you can earn up to a little over $3 for a survey. This might be only if you have a 5+ day streak in which you get about a 10% bonus included in your reward. Otherwise, it might be more like $2 something, but close enough to $3.

When it comes to completing surveys successfully on Qmee, it is actually pretty hit and miss. It could be because it has become popular. Immediate declines have become more common which is a non-issue for me. The bigger issue is completing a survey that turns out to be a lot longer than it was said to be only to be met with a decline or some form of "Survey has been removed". That is frustrating, but this does happen in survey taking.

Qmee used to feature two "lengths". One of the lengths was the length expected by the survey author. The other was the average length of time taken by panelists to complete the survey. Now, if they still provide those two pieces of information, I can't seem to find it. They just present one information on the expected length of the survey as far as I can tell.

I have had my frustrations with Qmee, but I still consider it to be among the best of the GPT sites for me. One of the reasons is that they pay out immediately upon request in most cases. Another reason is that the rewards for completing the surveys offered are actually reasonable.