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If like me you are online for most of the day then OnePoll may be a fantastic site for you and this is my Onepoll review.
Onepoll allows you to complete numerous small, quick and simple surveys for remunerations usually ranging from 5p to 30p. There are bigger surveys available and I’ve also had a fair few product trials via this company, usually with at least £5 awarded for completing the post trial surveys.
On the average day, Monday-Friday, I complete, or attempt to complete, at least 5 surveys. Usually if you are screened out it happens quite quickly, often within the first one or two questions. The rewards for surveys are small but this is a site I visit once or twice a day, for 5 or 10 minutes, and this adds up to around £160-£200 a year. Not bad when you look at it like that!
Onepoll is a survey site, that is free to join. The payment threshold is £40 via Bacs or Paypal. I have received both Bacs and Paypal in the past and find both methods take a similar length of time. Redemption timeframes are listed as 28 days when cashing out. I’ve had this extend to around 45 days at times, although it does arrive eventually.
Be aware that when you near the £40 mark it is not unusual for them to test you with a couple of questions regarding your demographics. Be truthful. Surveys can dry up for a few days to a week when you are around £39.50. They do come back eventually! If they don’t come back get in touch. Sometimes they’ll send you a few pennies to help you hit that threshold.
Remember to visit daily, Monday-Friday, to ensure you maximise your survey potential.
If you would like to let me refer you then please do contact me. Be sure to check out my posts on how to avoid survey disqualifications and why you should complete profile surveys. If you’re looking to make some extra money online then be sure to check out my post of great ways to make and save money.