Univox Community Reviews and Features

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Univox Community

103-3015 Dunes West Blvd, Mt. Pleasant, SC   US
Tel: (843)-628-5072   Contact: http://univoxcommunity.com/Page/ContactUs
Operated by: Market Cube


Quick Overview:
Rewards Offered: Cash paid via PayPal Amazon gift cards Tango gift cards Prepaid debit or credit cards
Member Opportunities: Online surveys Mobile app Refer-a-friend program
Redeeming Rewards: Minimum account balance of 2500 points ($25) required to request rewards.
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Univox Community

Payment and Rewards

Join and Get $2

By joining Univox Community, your account will automatically be credited with points worth $2 as a welcome to the community.

Choose From 4 Great Reward Options

Every time you complete a survey, you will earn reward points. Every 100 points equates to $1.00. With 2500 points in your account, you will be eligible to request a $25.00 cash payment or e-gift card. Univox currently offers its members three ways to request their earnings:

  • PayPal - receive a $25 cash Paypal payment directly to your account
  • Amazon e-gift card - opt to receive a $25 Amazon.com e-gift card
  • Virtual Mastercard - request a virtual Mastercard rewards card which is accepted at any online merchant who accepts Mastercard payments.
  • Tango gift cards - receive a Tango e-gift card, which can then be turned into a gift card from dozens of your favorite stores.
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Survey Taking Experience

Get Rewarded, Even When You're Disqualified!

If you attempt to complete a survey but are unable to (i.e. you get disqualified), your account will still be credited with 5 points if you've been disqualified because of SC drop out, the client is over quota, or the client has terminated the survey. In order to reduce the number of times you may be disqualified from a survey, community members are invited to participate in surveys based on their basic profile information.

Great Loyalty Program for Regular Participation

Univox has four different levels of users, each with their own point minimums for point redemptions:

  • Ambassador users - Redemption button is activated once 1000 points ($10) is accumulated, and redemptions start at a minimum of 1,000 points ($10) with a maximum of 10,000 points ($100).
  • Premium users - Redemption button is activated once 1500 points ($15) is accumulated, and redemptions start at a minimum of 1,000 points ($10) with a maximum of 10,000 points ($100).
  • Verified users - Redemption button is activated once 2000 points ($20) is accumulated, and redemptions start at a minimum of 1,000 points ($10) with a maximum of 10,000 points ($100).
  • Basic users - Redemption button is activated once 2500 points ($25) is accumulated, and redemptions start at a minimum of 1,000 points ($10) with a maximum of 10,000 points ($100).
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Community Features

A Large Community, and Growing!

Univox Community currently has over 3 million members, and is growing every day. The site also features an online forum which features community news, regular contest announcements, and more. Via the online forum, members can participate in group discussions. Members can also chat with other members and with customer support via Shoutmix, a live chat system.

Refer Friends and Family and Earn Additional Points

Each time you refer someone to Univox Community, you will earn 100 points ($1.00) per signup once they've made 10 survey attempts or have fully completed their first survey. You may refer up to 5 friends.

Download the App!

Univox is now mobile! Download their app, available on iOS and Android, and take surveys on the go. Allow for push notifications and you'll know when the latest survey arrives!

Eligibility: Worldwide, 18+

Univox Community Reviews (229)

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3 Star Reviews (9)
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Not one of the good guys

February 24, 2013 by Lori from United States

The first thing I have to say is that I finally did manage to get enough to cash out with Univox. It just happened to take me over a year to do it. Which is ridiculous. Part of the reason that it took me so long was because whenever I qualified for an actual survey, I hardly ever got the points for it. They give 5 points for dq's, but even when you actually complete a survey you still only get 5 points or an error message at the end. I contacted customer non-service many times using the e-mail address on their site and got no answer at all. Then I searched who owned Univox, found their e-mail address and wrote to them. When they finally got back to me they told me the address on the website wasn't valid. Then why is it there???? And they never did credit my account for the points that I earned. So this site is on my cut list. If the surveys were short, I'd prob keep them and take the 5 point dq's to add up to the gift card. But they aren't short and I don't want to waste my time.


January 14, 2013 by Dorlaina from United States

You spend half an hour doing a survey, and quite often don't receive points! Contact customer service and they say you didn't do it and won't give you credit. I stopped trying and I'm planning to cash out and drop this dishonest site.


December 5, 2012 by Marilyn from United States

I cashed out for a amazon 6 weeks ago they sent me an-email 2 weeks ago said they will send then I got another email this week saying they paid me..Wow They did not so easy to check my amazon account sent them email saying never sent they ignore me now..Do not waste your time..


October 10, 2012 by Karen from United States

First of all, it took me over 10 months to cash out. As soon as I reached cash out (and actually received the award!) I quit. I would take survey after survey, spend 30 minutes or more, and be "rewarded" with 5 points. I wrote to customer service at least 5 times about a survey not being credited, and NEVER received a response. Finally I just kept trying every survey every day to rack up 20 or so points a day because I was determined to get my $25. I don't know if they work for other people, but they never worked for me. Terrible, awful waste of time.