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Fancy building a small fortune 10p at a time?
Member Name: LisaN88
Advantages: Daily surveys, easy to use, quick surveys.
Disadvantages: Difficult to accumulate the money!
Onepoll is a research company based on the internet that allows you to take part in online surveys in order to reach a certain goal where you can cash in your hard earned money. They claim to offer you "interesting and quirky" surveys that you will enjoy completing. That and you have the ability to be entered into surplus prize draws and are in with the chance of winning cash prizes.
One bonus is that all of the polls that you do complete are usually quite short in length and don't take up much of your time to complete. They are often laid out on one page and all you need to do is scroll down and answer the questions, which to me is much easier than clicking an answer or highlighting an object and then having to click on the next button on the page. For some reason that just infuriates me!
A sad point of Onepoll is that the cashing in threshold is actually quite high at £40 and you aren't able to accumulate the money very fast. I have been on the site a couple of months and have only managed to get around the £6 mark as the surveys that you do complete usually only reward you with 10p at a time.
On a good note though, apart from weekends, there are always surveys to complete and at good times there are at least 5 surveys available to you at any one time. So some days you are able to make about 50p or 60p in one go and other times you make only 10p in a day. This means that you are quite delayed in reaching the threshold for payout!
The other surveys are available that enter you into a prize draw to win cash bundles ranging from £100 to £1,000 which would be nice if there weren't about a million other people all entering the same competition or filling out the same survey. I do like that you aren't bombarded with emails from Onepoll telling you that you have X Y and Z surveys to fill in, though I do sometimes forget to check the site so can miss out on important surveys that bring me closer to my cash in total.
Overall I find Onepoll quite pleasant to use and although it has its problems I believe that eventually I will end up making it to the cash in threshold, though it could take me a very long time. I guess that because the surveys aren't that long they don't warrant being paid more for, which is fine by me as I have Dooyoo to focus on anyway!
Summary: I'll stick with it till the end...