This survey panel RoCkS!!! I rate it A++
I've been an Opinionsite member since December, and mainly I like what they are offering, although it could be improved. I find surveys pretty often and I really like the community. They also have a fun Facebook page with weekly updates.
I am a member for 3 months now and I think it is OK. Surveys come almost every day and I was able to redeem my points a couple of times now. If you happen to dq, they do it right away and don't string you along.
When I first heard of Opinionsite, I thought it was just another one of those websites that give you some small reward for writing opinions or filling out surveys. I was wrong. They don't even give you a small reward. For your toil (and I don't know how much toil it is because I didn't bother signing up) you get a whole entry into a lottery. Lots and lots of people will be entering, you would think, so there must be a mess of prizes. One prize. The odds of winning that one are pretty remote. Must be a big prize. Nope, you could win more on a scratch card. How does a site like this stay in business when there are sites like bananalotto giving away far more prizes of more money daily and not semi-yearly? Well, they won't.
I love doing surveys so was intersted in what this site had to offer. It is an American survey site and if you join gives you the chance to win $1000!! If you register with them they will send you surveys to do with your profile and for each survey you do you either get put into a prize draw or are given a free gift, i have never recieved a free gift yet. They will e-mail everytime a relevant survey comes along i usually just delete them before reading as most are a waste of time. This is probably the worst website i have visited.
This site only offers one prize of $1,000 to be drawn in September. The more surveys you do, the more chances you get to win. But you can only get one draw entry per wkk, no matter how many surveys you do, so you are very restricted in your chances of winning. This has to be one of the poorest payout sites around, so (in my opinion) unless you are very very bored, and at an EXTREMELY loose end, don't bother. There are better things to do with your time. Other sites typically offer prize draws for cash or prizes for every survey you complete. So this one is very measly with their rewards indeed. Try another site such as globaltestmarkets.com or one of the others reviewd here for better rewards than this.
As I belong to a few survey sites, and I had never heard of this one - I went to the site to see how it compared with others and if it was worth joining. Like most of these sites you have to register and fill in a profile with personal details and hobbies and interests etc. Once that is done, you can then sit back and wait on the surveys coming in and earn some cash.Most sites tell you exactly what you are going to get - entered into prize draws - free gifts - cash. But this is where I found opinionsite to be just a wee bit vague. Opinionsite says register and win prizes - doesn't tell you what these prizes are, doesnt even hint at it. So you could be getting a fortnight in the Bahamas or 10 cents( I bet I know which one it would be nearer!!)There is a weekly survey which you can complete at the website, but this only gives you an entry into a sweepstake which will be drawn on 30 September. So if you entered every week from now - you would have 9 entries to the sweepstake WOW! THE SWEEPSTAKE PRIZE IS $1000 yes 1 prize of $1000 - no consolation prizes nothing. I don't like the odds on that one , do you? There are no mentions of current polls taking place apart from the weekly one, and it says surveys will be by invitation only - If they want you to take part they will send you an email. A full winners list can only be obtained by sending a SAE to their office in the US.(Why not post it on site like others?) On the basis of all this information I declined to join. I think what it is offering is well - crap really. I just wonder if there is some hidden agenda for wanting people to join? selling your details to mailing lists maybe ? I may be totally wrong about this, but I just found it all a bit odd really - I didn't get a good feeling. If it is legitimate then it's the poorest survey site I've seen. If y
ou know different let me know - I'd be interested to hear anything about this site.