I started taking paid surveys six years ago and since then I have been making a handsome living just for giving my honest opinion on consumer issues.
I don’t drive a Cadillac, I don’t wear a Rolex watch on my wrist and I don’t fly in business class BUT I never worry about money and I take a vacation with my family twice a year in the country or abroad. I haven’t gotten rich but I can proudly say I live large.
I came across paid surveys when I spent days searching for jobs on the Internet. One day I visited the web site of a market research company that offered $30 for answering a questionnaire. It looked like a gimmick but “what the hell!” I had nothing to lose and nothing better to do on that day so I went ahead. It took about 20 minutes to answer it.
After I finished I got a message that I would receive my check by mail. “Yeah! For sure!” I thought. I didn’t believe I would ever get this money… But, to my big surprise, I received a $30 check from this company about two weeks later! Oh Boy! I understood this is for real! I discovered I can:
…and it’s fun and easy! It doesn’t matter where you live, who you are or what your background is. If you are a consumer, your opinion counts and you qualify to take paid surveys. Everyone is welcome
Paid surveys and mystery shopping jobs have been a springboard for me as they have supplemented my monthly income and relieved me from financial stress. I could enjoy a much more satisfying life. Since then, I have explored major avenues to make money online from home with my opinion.
Throughout the last six years, I have been building a huge database of over 760 companies that are willing to pay people like you just for giving their opinion. The most difficult part about making money with paid surveys is getting reliable advice and finding a quality list of legitimate companies out of all the market research programs on the Net. Some of these sites are scams! They don’t deliver their promises about money and other incentives or they don’t protect your privacy and bombard you with unwanted advertising. We learnt it the hard way. These companies rip you off.