Payments for surveys received this week.

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This week I have already received a number of payments for surveys.

I don’t usually worry about keeping a list here, or elsewhere online, of the specific payments for surveys that I have received but from time to time I like to post here to let others know what I’ve had in recently. I think this also serves as a refresher for some people of websites that they haven’t logged into lately.

£18 from Pinecone Research. This is for around 2 weeks of surveys (6 in total at £3 per survey). I sometimes forget to cashout and just do it every fortnight or so, or whenever I remember. This was via Paypal.

£60 from LifePoints. This was via Paypal and was for just over two weeks of surveys. I find most of the these surveys quite interesting and my usual payment for surveys gets me at least £60 a month now. I am also in two focus groups at the moment, one for £40 worth of points and one for £15 worth. Both are just two days of work which requires me to visit a website for a limited number of questions (15 in total for the £40 one and 9 in total for the £15 one).

£20 from Valued Opinions. This is in the form of 2 x £10 Sainsburys vouchers and I paid 2 x 50p fees on top of this. The vouchers arrived yesterday and Thursday seems to be the day they always arrive.

£25 from Swagbucks. This was an Amazon voucher. I actually forgot to do the verification for this and almost had the points refunded back to my account. It took me 6 days to notice that my voucher hadn’t arrived, I then verified it and received the voucher code in less than 24 hours.

£23.25 from OpinionWorld. This was Paypal and was received the moment I cashed out – which is always nice!

$5 (£3.19 at the current Paypal rate) from Gifthulk. This was for completing a couple of random surveys I found on the ‘Surveys’ dashboard that I hadn’t seen elsewhere. I’ve already made more than this in the last 4 days and will be posting an updated guide to Gifthulk in the next week or two.

Typically I didn’t check the post on my way out yesterday as I received a £50 cheque from PopulusLive. This is a site I only cashout from maybe 4-5 times a year, but it soon adds up again. I’m already back to £23 on my account, thanks to a bumper amount of surveys, and I hope to cash out again on either the 1st of April or the 1st of May.

Total from survey companies received this week £227.44 which was made up of $5, a £50 cheque, £25 of Amazon, £20 of Sainsburys vouchers and £129.25 Paypal.

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In addition to the above amounts, which aren’t all reflections of every single week, I received payments from a number of other companies/websites including Clixsense, Spare 5, Superpoints (£17 Amazon for a tier 3 superprize), Crowdflower Elite, TopCashback and others. The others are mostly websites that I have yet to write about yet, or invite only ones, so I will provide more information on those in the coming weeks.

5 Responses

  1. Emma February 14, 2015 / 5:53 pm

    Wow, that’s impressive earnings! You have definitely inspired me to join a few that I’ve put off for awhile.

  2. Jacob Barnard November 2, 2015 / 7:55 am

    Awesome income! That’s almost a full time job on minimum wage! Teach me your ways lol, I’m signed up to most of the websites you mentioned, but I’m only on about £40-£50 a month! You’re on over triple that a week!

    • katykicker November 2, 2015 / 10:18 am

      I work from home full time so I have lots of time to dedicate to surveys and the like. I also have fantastic survey demographics and I regularly update my profile surveys to keep my survey emails as accurately targeted as possible.

      I hope this helps a little 🙂

      • Jacob Barnard November 3, 2015 / 5:17 am

        I also have a lot of time to dedicate online. Any tips? As I still don’t understand I manage to do 9/10 surveys I get through my emails.

        • Katy Stevens November 3, 2015 / 3:17 pm

          It is really based on your survey demographics and the audience that they are targeting for specific targets.

          Typically it seems that married women, with families, nice cars and good salaries are in demand and this is why I possibly get such a vast amount of surveys. Also, I am registered with at least 30 websites now.

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