MarketForce is a mystery shopping company and they will pay you for completing mystery shopping assignments. Personally I am only actually signed up with a few mystery shopping websites and MarketForce is my main one.
Typically I find that there are usually at least 4 or 5 assignments in my area per week. I complete mystery shops most weeks and I usually just pick high value ones. Mystery shop that reimburse AND pays a nice fee as well are the best! I find quite a few of these in my area with MarketForce.
WhatUsersDo is a fantastic company that pays you to test online or interactive content for their clients. Examples of items they pay to test include websites and mobile applications.
In the last year I have been a WhatUsersDo tester sporadically at times. I had a problem with Java, which prevented me from testing, but recently I have got back into it now. My best ever month saw me earn nearly £100 but I am already well on track to have a fantastic May!
There are a number of ways that you can Swagbucks. I have written about different ways to earn quick Swagbucks before here. If you are not already a member of Swagbucks you can signup *here. This will earn me a bonus of 10% on top of your earnings.
Today I am going to be covering how you can make an easy £15-20 per month. This is just for running applications on a mobile phone. I use an *Alcatel Pop C1 for this purpose and this cost me just £20. I used £10 Clubcard vouchers and doubled up to get this completely free.
As I have recently received another cashout YouGov I decided to look back through my tax spreadsheets. I can see, at a glance, how long each of my YouGov cashouts has taken. My last Yougov cashout took just 11 days and I received my £50 cashout via bank transfer.
Prior to that my previous Yougov cashouts took 30 days, 27 days, 15 days and 24 days. YouGov state that their cashout terms are 1 month and so far I have never had a YouGov cashout that was later than one month. I have been a member of the YouGov panel for quite a few years now and have had a considerable amount of £50 cashouts from them in that time. *Everyone is welcome to sign up with YouGov for free and get earning!
Onepoll is a paid survey website that I have wrote about in the past here. I have recently requested another Onepoll cashout.
If you are online most days then Onepoll is a fantastic site to sign up to. Membership is free and they have a plethora of different surveys on other each day/week.
The surveys are mostly small, quick and very simple surveys. They are on a wide variety of topics and they are usually looking for people of all demographics. Survey remunerations range usually from 5p – 30p. There are sometimes higher paid surveys and other opportunities available. I have been invited to complete a mystery shop before. I have also tested products too. The payment for these varies from £5 upwards. The highest paying shop I’ve seen was paying £125.