Get paid for your opinion!
The scam here may not be what you’re expecting, and it isn’t necessarily a scam. It depends on your research abilities and how much time you want to spend. However, due to the exaggerated income claims many companies make about online surveys, caution is certainly warranted.
Companies making these claims are generally offering a list of survey companies. It is possible to find these same lists for free; however, it is not impossible that you may consider it worth the money to save the research time, and that is a personal choice.
However, most people will earn very little with online surveys, despite the claims. The high-paying surveys are exceptionally rare, and most survey companies pay in points or chances in a drawing, not cash. In addition, if you aren’t in the demographic they’re looking for, you can’t take the survey. Surveys may take anywhere from a few minutes to a half hour or more of your time, making the low pay quite unappealing.
Don’t join any survey that requires you to pay to participate, and think carefully before paying for a list. I offer a free list here on this site of online survey companies for those who are still interested.
First try to clear it up with the company. If they are uncooperative, let them know that you will be contacting officials about the matter. Then do it.
5 Steps to Guarantee You Fall for a Work at Home Scam
C'mon, you can do it! Fall for that scam now! All the cool stay at home moms and dads are doing it.
Another of the classic ways people want to earn money at home. You always see the signs for this along the sides of the road. Does it work?
Earn money while you shop! Sounds like a dream come true.
Recieve a package someone else bought, then forward it on. What could possibly be wrong with that? Plenty!
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