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Quick surveys for an extra bit of cash
Member Name: Laminator123
Advantages: Quick and easy surveys
Disadvantages: Payout threshold of £40
I'm a member of quite a few paid survey sites. But some of them are quite boring, rarely receive survey invitations, and are lengthy and uninteresting. However, OnePoll is by far my favourite paid survey website.
It's quick and easy to sign on for an account at OnePoll. And you don't have to worry about your inbox being cluttered with emails from OnePoll. Most of the messaging will be done internally on your account email as opposed to your registered email. And survey invitations aren't sent every second. Instead, you can log on to your account as often as you like to check if there's any new surveys. They do send you the occasional email if there's a particularly high earning survey that's come up. Other than that, it's really up to you when you want to check if there's a survey.
It varies from person to person, but for me, I tend to get anything between 1-7 surveys a day to complete. The vast majority of surveys are just simple multiple choice so it doesn't bore you or anything like that. The topics seem to be relevant and interesting. I've rarely filled in a survey on OnePoll where I've felt bored or highly unamused. Most of the surveys are really quick and you usually get between 5p to 20p per survey.
It does add up quite quickly, and it's a really fun and easy way of getting some extra cash.
There's a payout threshold of £40. So you have to reach £40 before you can get the money. So that's probably the only downfall.
But if you're looking for a decent paid survey site, I've yet to find a better one than OnePoll.
Summary: The best paid survey site that I know of