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Because of the limited amount of surveys it has taken me an age to get to the minimum payout and guess what, despite contacting them several times I still haven't received anything. Don't waste your time on this site. I give one star only because there is no option to give none!
If you finally get all the required points and decide you would like an Amazon voucher( which is the only reward without giving to charity) you will not receive anything! I have emailed on a number of occasions in which they reply that you will get it soon but that was over a year ago! Waste of time.
Justtheanswer.co.uk is a market research panel of Aurora Market Research with headquarters in London, England. Currently it has more than 60000 members.
You must be at least 16 years old and live in the UK to join.
Signing up for an account is free. You can sign up by visiting www.justtheanswer.co.uk and clicking the first green banner "join now". Registration is quick and easy. It will only take a few minutes as you just need to provide an email address and a password.
Once registered, you will automatically receive an activation email with a link to confirm your membership. If you completed the registration survey you will get your first 50 answerpoints immediately plus an entry into its monthly prize draw to win an iPod Shuffle, and you will have more opportunities to receive survey invitation emails to collect more answerpoints.
Similar to most survey websites you can only participate in their surveys after your get a survey invitation from justtheanswer.co.uk via your email account. In general the survey length and reward will always be stated in the survey invitation. Then you need to answer a few pre-screen questions to see if you are qualified to complete the survey or not.
The surveys are about different topics and subject matters. You get answerpoints for completing the surveys. The value of answerpoints is fixed against the Birtish currency at £1 per 100 answerpoints.
Depending on the survey length the rewards start from 50 answerpoints to 100 answerpoints or even more. If you are not qualified for the full survey you will get a monthly prize draw to win an iPod Shuffle.
Justtheanswer encourages you to refer your friends and family to their panel community. At the present for every person you refer to the site you receive an extra 50 answerpoints.
Once you have accumalated 500 answerpoints you can exchange them for a £5 amazon.co.uk voucher or you can donate to Macmillan Cancer Support. You can also exchange the 50 answerpoints for a token into the prize draw.
After your redemption you will get a conformation email and in general the Amazon voucher will be emailed to you in electronic form within 28 days.
What I like?
I have joined over 30 paid surveys websites since 2009 and Justtheanswer is the latest one. From my experience Justtheanswer.co.uk is a good, but not great survey panel.
First, the layout of Justtheanswer is quite pleasing and easy to follow. I particularly like the green colour of the site. You can find all the information you need under their green banners. Whenever I click any banner I am always very quickly taken to my requested page.
Second, the surveys are fun to complete and the rewards are fairly worthy for your time. In general I can make £1 for my 10 minutes.
Third, I can receive survey invitations regularly. Before I joined Justtheanswer I have read a few negative reviews about it. Some members complained that they rarely received the survey invitations. It made me wonder if it is worthy a go. However generaly I've received an invitation email per week and rarely being screened out.
Fourth, the payment threshold is reasonalbly set. It just took me 1 month to redeem my first £5 Amazon voucher and it was sent to my email account within 28 days as it promised.
What I dislike?
There are two minor disappoints I have with this site.
First you can't see your anwerpoints updated on your account after you complete a survey. In general it will be added to your account 2 or 3 weeks later. Second there are only three limited redemption options. To people who rarely shop on Amazon website the reward is not convenient. If I can I would suggest Justtheanswer adding PayPal as an option to receive payment.
Taking online surveys is one of the ways to earn from the internet. To earn more you need to join as many legit sites as possible. Justtheanswer can't make you rich, but at least they do help to buy yourself something nice. So I would be more than happy to recommend it to anybody who are interested in paid surveys.
Justtheanswer.co.uk is a Market Research panel survey site offering rewards in return for doing online surveys.
I've been a member of justtheanswer for about 2 months now and have been very dissapointed with this panel. Initially you get 50 points for signing up and a further 50 points for referring friends. You need to get 500 points to redeem them for a £5 Amazon voucher.
I've been a member for 2 months and still only have 100 points. I have been invited to about 6 surveys in the past couple of months and have been screened out of all of them after spending several minutes answering questions. The surveys i have been invited to have been on a range of topics from food and drink to technology.
I am also a member of several other survey sites including Lightspeed Panel and Valued Opinions. In the two months i've been a member of these other two panels i have accrued over £15 of rewards on each.
Justtheanswer.co.uk promises much but delivers very little. I'm dissapointed by the relatively low number of surveys i have been invited to compared to other sites, and on top of this i havent been able to complete any surveys for them as i keep getting screened out.
My recommendation - avoid this site, sign up to some of the others which are much better.
Just another site I am on to get something from surveys. Just the Answer operates in a similar way to other sites in paying out. You can give money to charities or get your self a Amazon voucher like most sites give out. It just takes 3 minutes to become a member here.If you fill out your profile sections on the site more your chances of getting a survey on the site here will increase.
Since October last year I have been on the site here and since that period have had just 2 surveys! Yes that is right just two surveys both of them were easy though.
Before having them they sent out a qualifying survey that was easy to do. The surveys were easy but since then no other surveys have been sent out at all. This is just another site to wait a while before you can make money on it. The surveys on the site are sent less often compared to other sites.
This is one to be a slow earner on. If you got spare time to earn something for small surveys that take less time then go for Just the Answer. Do not expect to make a Amazon voucher in a month or so it will take time on here it seems to earn your reward.
Another survey site joined and unfortunetly another waste of time. Justtheanswer.co.uk is yet another site I am a member of and the earning potential is not very good. I have been a member for 7 months and have yet to receive anything and I think it will be a good while longer before I do.
Justtheanswer is a market research panel, and like others is simple to join, just fill out a few details and you are a member. For filling out surveys you get rewarded with answerpoints. 1 answerpoint is the equivelent of 1p. It says that most surveys will be rewarded between 50 and 500 answerpoints but the highest I have received is 75 points.
Once you have accumulated some answerpoints you can exchange them for one of three things:
1 - 50 points will buy you an entry into a prize draw. You can win tickets to top events, luxory breaks or entertainment technology.
2 - 500 points will get you a £5 Amazon voucher. Always handy as you can buy anything from Amazon.
3 - For 500 points you can also donate £5 to Macmillan Cancer Support.
I haven't converted any answerpoints yet as I would like to exchange them for a voucher but do not have 500 points yet.
When you join you get 50 points and you can also fill out your profile section and this will get you a further 50 points. There are 11 sections including; car, home, shopping etc. So that is 100 points I have.
I have also been invited to 4 surveys, 2 worth 50 points, one 25 points and one 75 points. Therefore I now have a grand total of 300 points. £3 in 7 months is not good going. If I'm lucky I may get £5 in a year.
The surveys are short but like many others they simply do not send out enough surveys. I may as well stay a member as it cannot do any harm and maybe in the future I will get my Amazon voucher.
Just The Answer is a fairly typical survey site which rewards you for completing online forms. As well as Amazon vouchers that are available, you can also donate to charity, by redeeming your answerpoints, that are gained from completing the surveys.
Registering the site is again very typical and only takes a couple of minutes. After registering, the site has a similar feature to Valued Opinions, where you fill out more information about yourself in your profile which is meant to increase your chances of getting a survey. You also get 50 points for this.
After this you simply have to wait for surveys to be sent to the email you provided. However... this barely happens! I have only had one survey sent to me in around 5-6 months which is useless really. The minimum pay out is a £5 Amazon voucher but it would take forever to get that so this site is only if you're really patient and don't mind waiting a long time for a very small reward.
Overall, I wouldn't recommend this site purely because of the infrequent surveys. There are much better ones than this that are quicker and give better rewards, such as cash.
Justtheanswer is a market research company that rewards its members for taking part in online surveys. They are rewarded for sharing there opinion on different products and services. Taking online surveys is one of the ways to earn from the internet. Its probably the asiest way to earn but you don't earn as much as you would from other things. The way to earn more is to join as many legit sites as possible.
More and more people are turning to the Internet to earn and for good reason. The internet is a great way to earn extra income. You won't earn loads of money but you can earn enough to buy yourself something nice or go out for a nice meal. Maybe you just need a bit extra to pay some bills off. With the recession and the credit crunch every penny counts so everyone should have a go at earning online. Many that do though don't know what websites are legitimate. There are sites out there that are there just to fill your inbox with Spam. This site on the other hand is a legit site; I know this as they have paid me.
This site is completely free to join. To join all you have to do is go to there website and register. They ask for a couple of details about yourself so they no who you are so they can send you the appropriate surveys. They send you surveys via your email address.
The surveys Just the answer provides vary in the amount of points you receive, normally the longer the survey the more points you will receive. For a longish survey around 20 minutes in length you are looking to receive about 500 answerpoints. For a very short survey 50 points is about what you would receive.
Once you have accumalated 500 answer points you can exchange them for a £5 amazon.co.uk voucher or you can support a charity. You can also when you have 50 answer points you can exchange the points for a token into the prize draw. The prize draw is for the chance to win tickets abroad or to a luxury event.
The only problem I have with this site is that you don't receive many surveys, sometimes not even one a month which is disappointing. The surveys you do receive are fun to complete and reward fairly for your time. When you sign up you receive 50 answer points just for signing up. You can also earn extra points for referring your friends and family. For every person you refer to the site you receive a extra 50 answer points.
7 out of 10
As I'm going back to University in September money is going to be particularly tight once again so I'm doing everything I can to earn a bit of extra money here and there. Every survey site I come across or read about on here I tend to join in case they can help supplement my income a little bit. Just The Answer is the most recent site that I've joined as far as I can remember, I've been a member for about six or seven months now in total so feel I've had enough experiences with them to write a review for you.
Just The Answer is an online market research panel based in the UK with over 50,000 members according to the current figure. It is part of the parent company Aurora Market Research which was established back in 2002 and pride themselves on offering consumer, business to business and employee surveys for a variety of clients. The majority of the work they do is via online research which is where Just The Answer is most active, but the parent company also offer panel based research and demo testing as well.
It's really simple to join Just The Answer and you need to start off by going to www.justtheanswer.co.uk and clicking on the "Join Now" button on the green menu running across the top of the page. There is a simple registration survey to complete which will automatically mean you get 50 points in your account to start you off. This survey asks for all the usual information such as name, address, date of birth and takes about five minutes to complete in total, mainly as you have to select each individual digit of your postcode!
Once you've submitted the registration form an email will automatically be generated and sent to your email account. Contained within this email is a link which you need to click on to activate your account on the site. After you've done that you're all ready to start receiving survey invitations and watching those points accumulate. When you click on the link you'll be taken to the site and asked to complete several profile sections on your employment, your shopping, etc. which will earn you another 50 points when complete.
The site itself is quite straightforward to use as are most of the survey sites I'm a member of. As most surveys are conducted by other companies or by links sent to your email account there aren't really many reasons to visit the site other than to check your balance or redeem your points. As such the site itself is quite sparse in content making it easy to find what you're looking for and to navigate around on. The site is also really quick to load; logging in takes only about one second to process making it quite fast.
The main areas on the site can be accessed using the lime green menu running across the top of the page. Below this are some black options which are customised to just your account. The main menu tabs here you need to be aware of are "My Answer Points" which will show you your total number of points and also the rewards you can claim. There is also the option to change your email and change your password as well as recommend the site to a friend which will result in another 50 points being added to your account.
The survey invitations are emailed to your account and each email will contain an introduction, a guide to how much you could earn, the length of the survey and a link to complete the survey. I've completed a range of surveys from Just The Answer on topics such as the cinema, eating preferences, holiday choices and shopping habits to name just a few. They tend to be quite straightforward and generally involve you merely ticking a box from a selection of answers rather than actually composing your answers.
Remuneration for the surveys is all important as I'm sure many of you know! Just The Answer seems to reward you quite fairly for your participation and certainly better than some sites I've used. A typical survey will result in you accumulating anything from 50 to 200 points. From looking at my account balance I can tell you that in the past three months I've done two surveys with a 50 points reward, one with a 75 points reward and one with a 150 points reward. Typically every five to ten minutes is rewarded with 50 points.
The rewards are the most important part of this review, and certainly my main reason for joining any market research site. It's quite simple to understand in that 1 point equals 1p in terms of remuneration, so 50 points is 50p and so on. Unfortunately you can't actually convert your points into actual cash, instead they offer a £5 Amazon voucher for 500 points or a £5 donation to Macmillan Cancer Support. Alternatively 50 points can also be traded for one entry into the monthly prize draw, this month the prize is an Ipod Touch.
I tend to hear from this site quite infrequently, I've had one survey invite today which has prompted me to write this review but prior to that I think I last heard from them at the start of May. I'd say on average I get two survey invites per month which isn't ideal if you're trying to save serious points! Looking at my account points balance has informed me that I completed one survey in February, two in March, two in April and one in May suggesting that they are quite infrequent, which hinders how fast you can get a voucher.
There is also the problem of being screened out of the suvey quite early on and therefore earning nothing. Now if you fill in your profile sections on the site you should technically get screened out of surveys less, as the company have all your information they can send you surveys specific to the answers you have provided in your profile. For example a survey aimed at men would not be sent to me anymore as I've clearly stated I'm a female in my profile. Obviously you will still get screened out sometimes which seems unavoidable.
I've been a member of Just The Answer for about half a year now and in that time I've managed to convert 500 points into a £5 Amazon voucher and am only 50 points short of obtaining my second voucher. So by my calculations that means that I'll probably earn another £5 voucher if I'm lucky by the end of the year, maybe two if I'm really lucky. As such this site will probably only give me around £20 a year in terms of earnings in the form of Amazon vouchers which arguably isn't the best return and isn't as good as other sites.
However in its defence it's not cost me anything to join the site and nor has it cost me anything other than time to complete the occasional survey. One really good point is that you only need to accumulate 500 points to change your points into vouchers which is quite a low threshold and one that is achievable. I'll certainly continue to respond to any survey invites they send me and have also recently filled in my profile sections as well. It certainly won't make me a millionaire but who can turn down the odd Amazon voucher?
If you are interested in joining please let me know by private message so I can refer you.
Thanks for reading.
I have been a member of Just The Answer since 2008. Its free to register and for signing up you get 50 answer points, there are a few incentives such as recommending friends and if they sign up you'll be given 50 points for each referral. If you complete your profile you will get a further 50 points.
They send you surveys periodically, they have never taken long to complete, on completion you generally are rewarded within the region of 50-150 points, sometimes more depending on the length of the survey. I have always found the surveys interesting as they havent been requesting information on a certain product, but a variety of things.When you have accumulated 500 points you can exchange them for an Amazon voucher worth £5 which is issued promptly by email. I received mine within 3 days. If you wish you can choose to donate your £5 to the Macmillan Cancer Research Fund.
I signed up to justtheanswer while looking into paid surveys online. The site is free to join for UK residents 16 years and over.
On signing up, you get 50 points (AnswerPoints) and you also get 50 AnswerPoints for completing the profile surveys.
You then await surveys to be sent but in the case of this site, the surveys are few and far in between I have found.
Each survey is worth 25 - 50 points for the shorter ones and 125-150 points for the longer ones. The surveys I've had so far have been mostly short and straightforward which is a positive I suppose...
Since I joined in April 2008, I have completed 5 surveys from justtheanswer and was able to cashout in December 2008.
The minimum payout is 500 AnswerPoints and these are equivalent to a £5 Amazon Voucher or a donation to Macmillan.
Receiving the Amazon voucher took about 5/6 days and this was issued via email.
I'd recommend if you 'collect' Amazon vouchers but I'd give it a pass otherwise as it takes a while to make payout and surveys are few.
©marina321 Dooyoo February 2009; Ciao.co.uk February 2009
I am a member of pretty much all the main survey sites and of course am just looking to earn a bit of extra spending money for giving my opinion. Just the answer is not a bad site, but to be honest is not great at all, due to one main reason which I will explain a little later.
Signing up is very easy and just consists of you filling in a few of the standard person details like names and email and then off you go. Well I say off you go like it is a rocket taking off, but lets say this site is more like a rocket with minimum fire power. I receive on average about one survey every ten days with the value of around fifty points and with no guarantee I will even quality for that survey is this even worth signing up to. There is nothing to explain in terms of the points as each point is equal to one penny so a fifty point's survey is effectively fifty pence.
The topics on the surveys itself range from across a vast array of different subjects. So anywhere from car insurance to movie trailers, which actually are quite enjoyable to see trailers for movies that even a big film buff like me was not aware of.
The rewards system is also very straight forward with their being two simple choices. Either you can request an amazon voucher, in the same style as dooyoo itself, or donate the value of the points to charity. The minimum payout for either is 500 points so £5 which is a good low payout and lower then dooyoo where £10 needs to be reached. However this low payout is needed as to reach £10 even with one survey a week to my calculation would take nearly three months and this is the optimum time. Most likely you are looking at closer to six months just to earn a £5 amazon voucher. It does say on the site that some surveys will give 500 points so £5 worth, however I am doubtful to whether there is much validity in this. Forgot 500, I would be shocked to see anything above 100, however just with the possibility of securing £5 from one survey I am still a member as hope always keeps me at bay.
Overall I am tempted to say that this site is not worth it, however at the end of the day it is a free site and it does not exactly take a lot of time just to fill in one survey every week or two, so I do not see any harm in joining up. Eventually the payout limit of £5 will be reached and that is free money although it did take a long time to reach this limit. It really is a hit and miss site and the majority of reviews are not positive. At the end of the day you just have the answer to whether you want to sign up or not.
I got a survey from Justtheanswer today, I didnt qualify for it unfortunately but it reminded me of this site that id previously forgotten id joined. Im in so many!
For your time Justtheanswer rewards you with answerpoints. They say from 50-500 a survey, this is basically 50p-5 pounds. When you have 500 points you can claim an amazon voucher, or you can donate 5 pounds to macmillan cancer care.
The site has two prize draws on offer, one is a quarterly draw. The current one is for a Sony DVD cinema system. For an entry into this competition and you use 50 of your answer points and you can enter as many times as you want. The other is a monthly draw, which you get a entry into every time you complete a survey. It says on the site that the previous months winner won an ipod.
You also earn 50 points for referring a friend to the site, you can refer upto four people.
You get 50 points for registering via their website and another 50 points for filling in your profile, there are 11 sections to the profile and you must complete them all for the points. I joined in June and I only have 225 points so far. Ive had six surveys sent to me in these four months, ranging from 50 points to the one i had today which was for 200 points. Four of these surveys were sent to me in July, one in august and then the one today. Ive qualified for two of these surveys of them, and received 50 and 75 points for them.
Its not a big payment point 500 points but im not even halfway there in four months. Im sure other people would do better with this site than I do but going by how many points I have so far I will only have 7.50 in a year. Not great is it! I am hopeful I will get a voucher sometime though, but I wouldnt recommend joining this survey site for getting paid regularly.
Justtheanswer.co.uk is a survey site that I joined about two months ago. I like doing surveys for this site because they pay in Amazon vouchers.
Initially I found this site by some sort of junk email sent to me.
Few rules to consider before joining. You need to be 16 years old and a UK resident.
It is free to join. Actually it doesn't take that long either. Just fill in a questionnaire form, and few moments later an email containing your membership details will be emailed along with instructions and information about the company.
Surveys instructions are emailed to members. If I do them on the same day I am likely to complete otherwise quotas kick in and it becomes difficult to complete.
Payment is from 50points to maybe 200. point=penny.
500 points is time to ask for £5 electronic Amazon voucher.
Actually I have conscious attack when cashing out because there is an option of sending the money to MacMillan Cancer Support.
I recommend Justtheanswers.co.uk. Money paid for conducting surveys is good. Surveys are maybe once a week or once a fortnight.
The trick with these sorts of sites is to beaver away slowly accumulating points. I can easily earn enough points for one voucher a month.
Yet another of the multitude of survey sites that seem to be multiplying in their droves on this 'er interwebby thing. As far as I can remember I found this one after reading the short review on here in the middle of last year.
It wasnt until after I joined I realised that the writer of that short review was very likely to be the same person as the name at the end of each survey, strike one for this site immediately! But since it costs nothing to give it a try I didnt request my details removing as I have done with other sites that have done similar things.
Joining was a very simple process, navigate to the homepage and click the 'join now' tab. Maybe you'll bother to read the blurb on that homepage maybe you wont but essentially it tells you this is (another) survey panel, and you get points for completing surveys. These points can be redeemed either for amazon vouchers, or donations to the MacMillan cancer charity, and you will get entries in to a prize draw for free or you can buy them with your points.
Promising surveys with between 50 and 500 points it all sounds pretty good.
The layout is very simple, the pages are quite sparse without being bare, simply the information relevant to that section is given with links to the related sections for further information so you dont end up overloaded. The FAQ's and Terms and Conditions are pretty comprehensive, or appear to be from my point of view, and make it abundantly clear they will comply with the Data Protection Act and all information they collect in the surveys is anonymous - unless stated otherwise. Checking in to where the panel comes from is easy as in the FAQs it tells us they belong to Aurora market research and this is their only online panel.
Filling in the basic profile information they ask for can be time consuming so in common with alot of sites they have broken it down in to sections for which you get 'bonus' points for competing them all.
The surveys from what I remember are pretty simple to complete and dont tend to last for an age like many can do, and the rewards for them are fair, looking at my account I see that the highest value survey gained me 200 points, but the average is 50, and one gained me only 25 but it was a follow up to a previous survey and consisted of only two questions.
My 575 points have been earned so far from 5 surveys and 150 points from completing the profiles and join up bonus, the surveys seem to have come a month of so apart on average so it's not going to be a particularly quick earner, but steady, and given the reasonable survey lengths its not a name you see in the inbox and think 'Oh god not another one'.
Each point is worth 1p, so none of the confusion of trying to calculate the value of a point.
Again in common with almost everyother panel out there you can earn a few extra rewards for recommending friends, on here its 50points per friend who joins up to a maximum of four. For this you need their email address rather then the slightly more privacy friendly 'referral link'.
So how about claiming the rewards? I have just claimed my first amazon voucher from them, ordering it is simple. Log in to your account and choose on the rewards page, being selfish I want the amazon voucher though for those of you with a more altruistic streak you may choose to give your earnings to the charity, and within minutes I have a confirmation email which tells me the reward will be emailled to me within 28 days, a pretty standard time frame.
Overall other than my initial sceptisim over the panel manager being the one writing reviews on the site its a case of so far so good. Reasonable length surveys for a reasonable reward, what more do you want from a survey panel, of course payment is very important and that aspect will be reported on as soon as I recieve the voucher from them. And as always if you want a closer look and to help me out feel free to leave a message and I'll send details your way (and if someone can suggest a better title feel free).