I am a fan of survey websites and have been for a number of years now. Surveys are often frowned upon by people who earn money on the internet. Some people assume that surveys will pay you 50p for 30 minutes work. By being selective about the companies that you use it is possible to make a nice amount of money per month. You may never be able to work from home solely completing surveys, however, you could certainly enjoy a nice holiday or save towards a new car. You could take some of your survey earnings and use them for matched betting. This is a fantastic way to make an easy £500+ a month risk and tax free.
Today I am going to talk to you about my top survey websites. Survey websites are not my biggest source of income these days but they are a nice chunk when added up throughout the year.
I will give you a brief overview of the cashout for each of my top survey websites. I will also share with you some of my personal experience so I hope you find this useful.
Today I am going to talk to you about Opinium Research. They are a survey company I have been a member of for several months. I like to wait, mostly, until I have had a cashout. This means I am speaking from personal experience when I recommend a company.
I am always on the lookout for a new survey company. I spend a lot of time on the phone, and otherwise engaged, and surveys suit me very well. If I am on the phone, on hold, I can complete questions on a survey. This requires minimal effort and I can stop and start the surveys as my time allows. Most surveys do not have a time limit on them and I find them straight forward.
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.
I hope by sharing my list of May cashouts so far that I will allow regular viewers to find a few new websites to use. Even though I am not yet halfway into the month I have already cashed out from a variety of my favourite websites. I don’t often write lists of my cashouts each week or month, as they can be a bit samey.
Some of the cashouts that I have requested are small amounts because I did a large cashout check at the end of April. Money is money though and I’m still very pleased with my May cashouts so far.