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Qmee works for me guys. But I make more on Curious Cats. I cashed out £26 that took me a few weeks to build up. But I cashed that out 3 days ago and I already have £6 on there again now.

What someone said about OnePulse above is right too, it is good and at the moment it’s better with the double points. There’s not many paid pulses, sometimes like one a day, but like the above poster said if you keep levelling up you get more per pulse. I’m on 16 cents per pulse at the minute but I’m gonna keep going!

Also using Populus and IntelliZoom but these are the only ones I’m going to stick with. But yeah, get Curious Cats if you don’t have it.
 

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Thanks, I will check it out.
Swagbucks now only pay 1 swb per video, and their length has increased! I don't know whether it's temporary or not. I've noticed it's become harder and harder to earn swbs with them.
I could never really get into the swing of swagbucks - maybe my strategy is all wrong! Pollpass is the chatbot app and cashes out at £3.00, so it's good. I'm sure Pollpay is either £3.00 or £5.00.
I find it difficult to commit to lengthy surveys due to my circumstances so the quickies are better, even if it means getting disqualified a few times.
 

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1. Testing Time - their £4 surveys are amazing at times. Once got £4 for 2 clicks of a mouse. If only they had more!
2. Populuslive - pays £1 for every 5 minutes, although once you get used to their format it's more like £1 every 2-3 minutes
3. Prolific - obviously
4. Testable Minds - too rare but seen a few that pay $6 or more for about 20 minutes
5. Intellizoom - bit of a mixed bag but sometimes some very short ones for $5, but usually $2 for about 5 minutes

They're the only ones I use these days. I used to be big on Panelbase but their 70p per 10 minutes isn't really worth it in my view, especially since they screen you out much more than the others.
 
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1. Testing Time - their £4 surveys are amazing at times. Once got £4 for 2 clicks of a mouse. If only they had more!
2. Populuslive - pays £1 for every 5 minutes, although once you get used to their format it's more like £1 every 2-3 minutes
3. Prolific - obviously
4. Testable Minds - too rare but seen a few that pay $6 or more for about 20 minutes
5. Intellizoom - bit of a mixed bag but sometimes some very short ones for $5, but usually $2 for about 5 minutes

They're the only ones I use these days. I used to be big on Panelbase but their 70p per 10 minutes isn't really worth it in my view, especially since they screen you out much more than the others.
Thanks for that information.

I'm pretty sure I signed up to to Testing Time but from what I could see they are all desktop computer opportunities but thanks, I'll check it out. I need to raise some money to resume driving lessons once it's all clear (all being well), and that will take an awful lot of surveys !!
 

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Qmee works for me guys. But I make more on Curious Cats. I cashed out £26 that took me a few weeks to build up. But I cashed that out 3 days ago and I already have £6 on there again now.

What someone said about OnePulse above is right too, it is good and at the moment it’s better with the double points. There’s not many paid pulses, sometimes like one a day, but like the above poster said if you keep levelling up you get more per pulse. I’m on 16 cents per pulse at the minute but I’m gonna keep going!

Also using Populus and IntelliZoom but these are the only ones I’m going to stick with. But yeah, get Curious Cats if you don’t have it.
£26 on curious cat is impressive. I'm always screened out on Qmee. I mustn't be what they are looking for!
 

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£26 on curious cat is impressive. I'm always screened out on Qmee. I mustn't be what they are looking for!
I kind of pick and choose which ones to do, sometimes you get ones for £1+ plus for ten minute or so, and then sometimes 14p for a minute. If it comes up saying 22p for 15 minutes then I don’t bother, but sometimes you get a penny for just clicking on them.

I get screened out on Qmee too but again I just do the ones that don’t take very long and avoid the longer ones.
 

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Anyone else not getting any more surveys from Pollpass and Inboxpounds in the past couple of days? I'm close to cashing out so this is vexing!
 

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Anyone else not getting any more surveys from Pollpass and Inboxpounds in the past couple of days? I'm close to cashing out so this is vexing!
I gave up with Pollpass. I don’t see many people here using Curious Cat but I think it’s one of the be

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I’ve given up on Qmee, Pollpass, Yoursurveypays, StreetBees, AttaPoll...

The only survey sites I’m using at the minute are Prolific, Curious Cat, Populus, Opinium, OnePulse, LifePoints and IntelliZoom. I’m close to giving up on IntelliZoom too to be honest. I did the practice test about a week ago and I’ve heard nothing and I rarely get studies on there, and if I do I get screened out.
 

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I gave up with Pollpass. I don’t see many people here using Curious Cat but I think it’s one of the be

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I’ve given up on Qmee, Pollpass, Yoursurveypays, StreetBees, AttaPoll...

The only survey sites I’m using at the minute are Prolific, Curious Cat, Populus, Opinium, OnePulse, LifePoints and IntelliZoom. I’m close to giving up on IntelliZoom too to be honest. I did the practice test about a week ago and I’ve heard nothing and I rarely get studies on there, and if I do I get screened out.
I get screened out with Intellizoom lots, but when you do get accepted they are really quick for $2. Curious Cat, I kept getting screened out of so gave up. Maybe I should give that another go...
 

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I was only accepted in the past few weeks for Intellizoom and I did the test about November time. In that time (alerts came through around Christmas time) I have completed many $2 surverys. It then went up to $5. I only managed an $8 on microphone in the last few days for the first time but I have been getting alerts for them in past few weeks. I use a different computer for those and it was only then I noticed I had passed the test.

It seems to be waiting game to 'get in' with them. Patience. I do also get screened out but great when I'm accepted.
 

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I've made about £5 on Qmee in the last couple of days. It is on the up at the moment. Anyone who wants to use me as a referral and get 50p on your first cashout then here is the link

http://qm.ee/UMZ2DSV2PRUAK

Please note I will also gain 50p.

Cheers!
 

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I get screened out with Intellizoom lots, but when you do get accepted they are really quick for $2. Curious Cat, I kept getting screened out of so gave up. Maybe I should give that another go...
I get screened out a lot on CC too. But then you get ones for 40p, 50p, 60p, 70p, 80p, etc sometimes more where you get lucky and it builds up. I tend to look for the shorter surveys and avoid the 15+ minute ones and it works a treat. Still get a penny when you get screened out too lol so they build up :)
 
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I'll check out Curious Cats.
One site which works well for me is Branded Surveys, however my webcam has stopped working, and that means I have to give up on quite a few surveys every week!
 

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I'll check out Curious Cats.
One site which works well for me is Branded Surveys, however my webcam has stopped working, and that means I have to give up on quite a few surveys every week!
See I didn't like that one either. I suppose we all have our own preferences and what works for us :)
 
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Anyone else not getting any more surveys from Pollpass and Inboxpounds in the past couple of days? I'm close to cashing out so this is vexing!
Hi
I just cashed out just under a week ago. If I remember correctly, the last PollPass questions were around Easter. Hope your wait ends soon!
 
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I have just had an email from PopulusLive to say they are now paying by BACS!
Because of the Coronavirus they don’t know when cheques will be posted out and staff are working from home so BACS means you will get your money faster.
If you login go to your PopulusLive Account page and there is now a tab to select for payment type. Then you can select to still be paid by cheque or you can choose BACS. For BACS they just need your Bank Account Number and Sort Code then press submit to make sure your info is saved. That is it.
Just make sure if you have enough to be paid this month to put in your BACS info by the 6th July.
 

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I have just had an email from PopulusLive to say they are now paying by BACS!
Because of the Coronavirus they don’t know when cheques will be posted out and staff are working from home so BACS means you will get your money faster.
If you login go to your PopulusLive Account page and there is now a tab to select for payment type. Then you can select to still be paid by cheque or you can choose BACS. For BACS they just need your Bank Account Number and Sort Code then press submit to make sure your info is saved. That is it.
Just make sure if you have enough to be paid this month to put in your BACS info by the 6th July.
Oh good I’m nearly there. £39 so far since February aha. Deleting it after cash out.
 

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I have just had an email from PopulusLive to say they are now paying by BACS!
Because of the Coronavirus they don’t know when cheques will be posted out and staff are working from home so BACS means you will get your money faster.
If you login go to your PopulusLive Account page and there is now a tab to select for payment type. Then you can select to still be paid by cheque or you can choose BACS. For BACS they just need your Bank Account Number and Sort Code then press submit to make sure your info is saved. That is it.
Just make sure if you have enough to be paid this month to put in your BACS info by the 6th July.
Welcome to the 21st century Populous Live!

Hopefully by 2050 they might be able to pay by paypal too!
 
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I can't believe companies are still dealing out Cheques

Are Pinecone still offering Luncheon vouchers?!!?
 

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Oh good I’m nearly there. £39 so far since February aha. Deleting it after cash out.
I really like PopulusLive. The surveys are well paid virtually no screenouts either so don’t mind if it takes me awhile to get to payout. They don’t send loads either where it takes too much time. I find I get more some months then it goes quiet. I still manage to reach cashout enogh to make it worth it every three to four months roughly so it is good to stick with. I have been a member for ages though so that might make a difference if you are actively completing surveys you get more. When I first signed up I hardly got anything but it seems to be a bit more regular now. Of course demographics will make a difference as well but I don’t have good demographics and still do better with PopulusLive than allot of other sites I tried.
Now I only do YouGov, PopulusLive, Prolific Academic, Opinium Research,Testable Minds and NewVista. (NewVista still pays out by cheque but hopefully that will change too to BACS eventually).
Opinium Research is really good too short and easy surveys hardly any screenouts. Though it is £25 payout I reached that within a couple of months after joining so good for me even without good demographics.
You just have to find the ones that work well for you and stick with them. I have tried lots over the years but the ones I do now suit me work well and are worth it for me time wise and money wise.
 
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