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How to Avoid Scams Involving Paid Surveys in 2019

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How to Avoid Scams Involving Paid Surveys

Under the right circumstances, paid surveys can be an excellent way to earn extra money in your spare time. As is the case with anything, the key to success is being informed and knowledgeable about the industry. If you want to be able to quickly differentiate between a legitimate paid surveys opportunity and a scam, it may not be as difficult as you think.

First of all, be mindful of a company that provides unbelievable testimonials. If something sounds too good to be true, then it probably is. Unless you win the lottery, the truth is that not many things in life will get you rich overnight. Be cautious when doing business with anyone that promises you otherwise.

Would you ever sign a contract without reading the fine print? Of course not, so you should never enter into an online agreement without first reading the terms and conditions of the program. When it comes to paid surveys, you need to be aware of the site's costs, disclaimers, conditions and privacy policy. What is shown in large print may sound better, but it's always the fine print that matters most.

Another excellent way to avoid scams involving paid surveys is to read online reviews from others who have experiences to share relating to a particular company. This will give you a good idea as to which ones are legitimate and which ones are not. If you still want to conduct some of your own independent research, check with the Better Business Bureau to see if any complaints have been lodged against a particular company within the last 36 months.

The key to learning how to successfully earn money from home is to know which organizations are actually willing to compensate survey takers for their time. There are a growing number of companies who are discovering the powerful marketing research center that only the internet can offer, which means that online surveys are on the rise.

But why would businesses actually pay someone for taking a survey? The answer is quite simple. In order to evaluate a product's effectiveness, what a customer may or may not like or how best to reach an audience, surveys must be taken. Have you ever ordered a product online and then been asked to answer a few short questions about your experience? If so, did the company offer you the chance to win a sweepstakes in exchange for your time? If your answer is yes, then you have already experienced a legitimate online surveys opportunity.

The only difference is that instead of offering cash, the company offered to enter you into a sweepstakes. Paid surveys are much the same in that they are designed to collect information that will help companies to market or improve a product or service, but they are willing to pay cash incentives to those who take the time to complete the questionnaire.

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In fact, tax-prep company Jackson Hewitt recently conducted a survey with ResearchNow and found that nearly 36% of filers owed the IRS money this year. Unfortunately, a large number of those who ...

Published:  Sat, 18 May 2019 03:48:00 GMT

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"Now I don't go there at all." While paid parking still receives hostility from some locals, a recent survey from the Las Vegas Global Economic Alliance shows Clark County residents may be growing ...

Published:  Fri, 17 May 2019 06:24:00 GMT

Trump's Rising Approval Won't Surprise Those Who Paid Attention

The Zogby survey explained that President Trump is "riding high on positive economic news - a record high stock market, low unemployment, and solid GDP growth at home," and pointed out that ...

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