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Legitimate Survey Companies To Sign Up With

Posted By Crystal Paine On May 11, 2011 @ 2:53 pm In Income-Earning Ideas,LITE Feed (non-deal) Posts | Comments Disabled

Looking for something to do to earn a little extra side income or gift cards? You won’t get rich taking surveys, but they are a nice way to earn a little extra income on the side. This is something I enjoyed doing when Jesse was in law school, I had a lot of free time on my hands, and we had little money [1].

If you’re looking for legitimate survey companies to sign up with, here are a few to check out:

Pinecone Research (currently not accepting new sign-ups): My personal favorite survey site. They pay $3 promptly for every survey completed. I try to post here every time they are accepting new sign-ups so stay tuned for that.

My Survey [2]: You earn points for every single survey you take–even those which are just qualifiers! So you will never waste time and effort on a survey only to discover you don’t qualify. You can redeem your points earned for cash or prizes and every 1000 points equals $10. Go here [2] to sign up.

Inbox Dollars: [3] I used Inbox Dollars primarily for the money you could earn for reading emails. It isn’t a huge payout, by any means, but it also doesn’t require much more than clicking on a few emails everyday and earning a few cents. Go here [3] to sign up.

MyPoints [4]: This is a site that rewards you points for online activity such as reading emails, taking surveys and signing up for offers. When I was participating in this, I mostly just read the emails and clicked on the links and slowly accumulated points. You won’t get rich quickly doing this, but you can earn enough points by reading emails to get free gift cards each year. We paid for our few and far between law school date nights mostly with gift cards I earned through MyPoints. Go here [4] to sign up.

SurveySpot [5]: This company pays up to $5 per survey and you can request payout when you have earned $5. So therefore, it’s not hard at all to earn enough to get a check. Go here [5] to sign up.

CashCrate [6]: Once you sign up, you can go to their “Daily Survey” tab and earn around $0.50 per survey you take. They usually offer 1-2 daily surveys. Go here [6] to sign up.

iPoll [7]: Pays in point rewards for every completed survey. You can cash these in for instant win opportunities, sweepstakes, or cash. There are also opportunities to do free product testing. Go here [7] to sign up.

LightSpeed Research [8]: This survey site pays in points and they are fairly generous in their points given. Once you’ve accumulated enough points, you can cash them in for cash, online gift certificates, music downloads, and hundreds of other prizes. Or, build up your points for bigger prizes in your Lightspeed Points Account. Go here [8] to sign up.

What are your favorite legitimate survey companies? Tell us in the comments!

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(Note: The links in this post are my referral links. Read my disclosure policy here [10].)


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[1] I enjoyed doing when Jesse was in law school, I had a lot of free time on my hands, and we had little money: http://www.moneysavingmom.com/2009/10/becoming-a-workathome-mom-starting-with-small-things-part-2.html

[2] My Survey: http://lm.logicalmedia.com/z/23321/CD2973/

[3] Inbox Dollars:: http://trk.cotterweb.net/?a=13409&c=1&s1=%5bSUB_ID%5d&s2=%5bTRANSACTION_ID%5d

[4] MyPoints: http://partners.mysavings.com/z/3456/CD10/

[5] SurveySpot: http://www.bigcattracks.com/aff_c?offer_id=752&aff_id=3114

[6] CashCrate: http://strk.enlnks.com/aff_c?offer_id=1372&aff_id=502

[7] iPoll: http://www.bigcattracks.com/aff_c?offer_id=856&aff_id=3114

[8] LightSpeed Research: http://www.bigcattracks.com/aff_c?offer_id=810&aff_id=3114

[9] photo credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/stefan1981/5489044388/sizes/m/in/photostream/

[10] disclosure policy here: http://www.moneysavingmom.com/disclosure-policy

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