Receiving survey disqualifications can be super annoying. I get it! It can be very tempting to lie to try & avoid survey disqualifications. If you’re caught doing this you may be banned from survey websites and forfeit any earnings that you have already made. I’m a bit of a pro at taking surveys, and my own survey demograpics have changed considerably in the 15 years I have been completing surveys online. Today I want to share with you my favourite tips on avoiding survey disqualifications.Continue reading
I’m quite slow getting around to writing this post, so my regular readers may already be aware of the change! MySurvey & GlobalTestMarket have closed/merged and become LifePoints. Accounts are supposed to have been moved over properly, but some, including my own, don’t seem to have been merged correctly! Hence the delay in this post. Still, I’m going to write a quick post about LifePoints for anyone who may be looking for a new survey website to sign up to. Also, if you’re looking to make some money then check out my ways to make and save money online. If you want to skip reading this post then just *sign up to Lifepoints!
When it comes to missing out on cashback half the battle is remembering to go through TopCashBack or a similar website in the first place. Missing out on cashback can be a real shame, particularly if you make a large purchase. With some retailers paying more than 10% cashback on purchases this can add up to quite a substantial amount over the year. I personally have earned more than £2,00 from TopCashBack but have probably missed out on at least several hundred more through forgetfulness! Missing cashback is something that makes me really cross when I think about it after making a purchase. If you’re a fan of making money then be sure to check out my favourite ways to make and save money online.
YouGov is one of the most well known survey companies, in my opinion. Their surveys regularly feature in a variety of newspapers and on topical panel shows on the TV also. I quick like knowing that I’ve taken part in these surveys!
I receive £50 3 or 4 times per year so it is a slow burner but definitely worthwhile as they do genuinely payout. I’m typically receiving 3-5 surveys per week. The surveys are short and very simple to complete. They usually ask a few questions at the end, with regards to upcoming surveys. This is to save you filling out numerous unpaid surveys and profile surveys over and over again.
When I started my blog it was to ensure that I could share my information with people about how you can make and save money by using the internet. I have wrote about my favourite survey websites, listed my cashouts, ways to save for Christmas and even how I made £15,000 in just 4 months from matched betting. These are all popular posts that have helped people, and I don’t intend on stopping posting such posts. However, I’ve recently stopped declaring my income, in specific terms at least. Today I want to share with you why.