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If you’re a big fan of completing paid surveys on the month, using apps such as Onepulse or Attapoll, then you’re going to want to sign up to use MSR too! As with all of the survey apps I share this is completely free, and I’ll tell you a little more about my experiences so far.
I will be upfront and say that you’re not going to make a fortune completing paid surveys, however, you can save for Christmas or maybe even buy a car from survey earnings, like I have in the past. If you’re looking to make some extra money, with no outlay, and minimal effort, then surveys could be a good fit for you.
MSR is a survey app that I have been using for a few weeks now, on my iPhone, on and off. I mostly cashout Amazon vouchers myself, and save these for a big upcoming DIY project I hope to complete in the Summer where I need lots of ‘bits’ to help me with my vision.
If you’re limited on the work that you can do, perhaps because of health problems, then surveys can be a great way to make a little extra money from the comfort of your own home, or even your bed!
How to join MSR:
MSR is available to download, via the App store. You can find it in the Google Play store too. The application is completely free to download and the only information required is basic demographic information about you, to identify the surveys that will be the best fit for you.
How do studies work on MSR?
Open up the MSR app on your website and you will see profile questions, tasks, polls and surveys to complete. These are all worth MSR points. 100 MSR points is worth $1.
Complete all of the available surveys, particularly the ones from places like Pollfish, as these will help you to get more paid studies in the future.
There are never going to be lots of studies on this app, but check in daily to see if you can make yourself a little extra money.
How much do you earn on MSR?
They have gift cards on offer from £10, and you can expect to earn one or two of these a month. You’re not going to make a fortune here, as they don’t have a huge amount of studies on offer daily, but this can vary, so be sure to check in regularly, or turn on notifications to be alerted to new studies.
How much do individual surveys pay on MSR?
So far I’ve completed ones that vary from 20 MSR to 100 MSR. ($0.20 to $1.00). This isn’t a large amount of money, however, the surveys themselves have been very fast to complete taking just a moment or two of my time.
A study for 18 MSR took me 1 minute, one for 100 MSR took me 3 minutes. Obviously the length of times depends on how fast you can operate your phone of course.
What are the payment methods with MSR?
There are gift cards available in £10, £25 and £50 denominations. Companies are VAST including Amazon, Deliveroo, Iceland UK, New Look, Great British Pub Card, Costa, Apple App store, ASOS, Wagamama, Halfords, Harvester, The Entertainer, Cineworld, Ted Baker, Bloom & Wild, Ernest Jones, B&Q, Toby Carvery, Asda UK, Pizza Hut, The Restaurant Card and MANY more.
Is MSR legit?
Absolutely! I have not been a member for very long, but lots of my friends use MSR already and really rate the daily TV and radio studies in particular for how fast they are to complete and how quickly they help build up your balance.
My experience with MSR:
A nice easy one. I LOVE mobile survey apps, particularly ones where I can receive a notification when there is a study. I tend to visit the app once in the morning, when I complete some other online daily jobs, and find it really straight forward to use.
I’ve never had any glitches and have had no issues with studies crediting correctly either.
You’re not going to get rich with this one, and it is not even in my top 5 of highest paying survey companies, but it is great if you want to get yourself a little coffee shop voucher or a voucher or two to do a few bits in your home, or just treat yourself!
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