www.OpinionOutpost.com

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Opinion Outpost business profile
701 East Timpanogos Parkway
Building M
Orem, UT 84097
United States

  • Year started: 1987
  • Contact Us page
    (877) 254-1234
    (801) 373-7735
    (fax) (801) 379-5073
  • Go to company website
  • Payout minimum: 50 points ($5)
  • Payment type: PayPal, check, Citi pre-paid Visa and MasterCard’s, gift cards, coupons

Registration
The registration process is long! To register for a free Opinion Outpost account, we clicked “Join now.” Then we were prompted to enter our user name (email), confirm our email, date of birth, password and confirm our password. Then we were asked to enter the CAPTCHA and select our agreement to the user agreement, privacy policy, confirm you are the only account in the household and that you live in the US or Canada. Then, we hit “continue.”

After that, we were asked to check our inbox for a confirmation email. We opened the email and clicked the confirmation link. A survey popped up. We had to fill out our first and last names, street address, city, state or province and ZIP code. Then, we had to fill out marital status, gender, education, employment status, combined household income, race and, oddly, answer the question, “Are you Hispanic?”

After that, we were shown a series of profiles, which asked us a series of questions about our buying habits.

Finally, a message popped up that said, “You should receive surveys within the next 24-48 hours. If you do not receive surveys, please contact us to make sure your account is verified.”

Whew. That was a LONG sign up process. Not a fan!

Website experience
To earn points on Opinion Post, answer survey questions from paid survey firms, including taking product evaluations, watching movie trailers, checking out TV ads and completing paid surveys. Every Opinion Post point is worth $0.10. After you earn 50 Opinion Points you can trade in your points for several types of payment, including payment via PayPal or check, coupons, gift cards and more.

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www.UnlimitedPaidSurveys.com

Learn about Unlimited Paid Surveys offers, evaluations and studies.

Unlimited Paid Surveys profile info
63rd Road, Suite # 525
Rego Park, NY 11374

Registration
The registration process is super fast. Enter your gender, first and last name, year of birth, ZIP code and email. Hit “Free access” to instantly access offers in your area.

Website
Well organized and clean, Unlimited Paid Surveys’ site helps you quickly find paid surveys and evaluations in your area. Offers are diverse and may even include earning opportunities for members under 18. However, Unlimited Paid Surveys is a paid survey aggregator. So make sure you pay special attention to each offer you consider completing to ensure you don’t get scammed or tripped up.

Customer service
On the contact us page, it says all inquiries are answered by email within 24 hours. That’s pretty good—so long as they fulfill that promise.

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www.OnlineCustomerSurvey.com

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Online Customer Survey profile info
Valued Opinions (aka, Online Customer Survey)
220 Montgomery Street, Suite 1058
San Francisco, CA 94104

Registration
The Online Customer Survey registration process is not great. First, we had to enter our first and last name, street address, city, state, telephone number, date of birth, email and ZIP code. As soon as we hit “submit,” we were shown a page that asked us to fill out the member questionnaire (16 “yes or no” questions) to confirm our membership. After that, we were shown an ad asking us to enter our email address to qualify for a free $1,000 Wal-Mart gift card.

Try as we might, we couldn’t find any way to continue without entering our email. In our humble opinion, if a site tries to trick you into signing up for offers in order to sign up, something is wrong.

After signing up for an account on their website, we got a confirmation email—but it wasn’t from Online Customer Survey. It was from “Valued Opinions,” which, as it turns out, is an alias for OCS.

Website experience
The website we signed up on purports to be onlinecustomersurvey.com. However, it looks like it’s nothing but a sign up page, since there’s no log in for existing members—just a sign up form. When you go through the sign up process, you’re taken to an entirely different website, www.valuedopinions.com. There are also no FAQs to view for more info, no contact information and no third-party warnings when they take you to another site. Overall, a very confusing and suspicious user experience.

Customer service
There’s no way to contact support on OnlineCustomerSurvey.com. If you want to contact Valued Opinions, send an email to them or call them. The info is available on the Contact Us page:

Our verdict
In our humble opinion, due to the lack of information about this company on its website, it’s hard to say much good—or anything at all—about these guys. Overall, kinda sketchy.

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www.InboxDollars.com

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Inbox Dollars profile info
CotterWeb Enterprises, LLC
PO Box 25064
Woodbury, MN 55125
United States

Registration
On Inbox Dollars, Registration is a breeze. Just enter your first and last name, ZIP code, country, email address, password and password confirmation. Hit “Join now.” That’s it! You have instant access to the full member-only areas of the site.

Website experience
The website has a lot going on. There appear to be tons of offers, and it can be a bit overwhelming. The layout of the page is very colorful and jam-packed with graphics. Overall, it feels a bit too busy for our taste.

Also worth mentioning, when you click offers, you’re often taken to a third-party site with no warning. The site has a lot going on but doesn’t give a lot of explanation as to what the offers are or how you should interact with them. Finally, the Contact Uspage doesn’t list any contact information.

Customer service
No way to contact support on InboxDollars. If you want customer support, they have a “Support Center,” which is basically just an FAQs page. Overall, not impressed.

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Vindale Research Scam – Vindale Scam

Vindale Research Scam

Established in 2004, Vindale Research offers daily market research studies, product evaluations, video studies, pay-to-click email offers and more.

So I know what you are thinking, is this Vindale Research Scam true? I mean if there is a Vindale Research Scam Report there must be a Vindale Research Scam. But the answer is not necessarily. A lot of people who have problems with these companies are actually competitors, or consumers who never took the time to read the terms.

The fact of the matter is that huge companies that we all buy products and services pay companies like Vindale Research to conduct studies on their behalf. So if you are worried about the Vindale Research Scam, fear not.

Due to their large size, Vindale Research is able to host a wide variety of offers. These offers fall into two categories: free, no-credit-cared-required offers (studies, video studies, RewardMail, profile surveys) and credit-card-required offers (product evaluations). Once you earn $50, you may request a payment via PayPal or check.

Learn about Vindale Research paid surveys, evaluations and work from home offers.

Vindale Research business profile
Vindale Research
243 Fifth Avenue, Suite 541
New York, NY 10016

Registration
When we registered for a Vindale account, we were asked to enter our gender, year of birth and ZIP code. Then we hit “Begin survey.”

After that we were asked to enter our email address, first and last names, street address, city, state, ZIP code, country and password. Then we were prompted to select the terms and privacy policy opt in and to hit “Continue.”

We were then shown a new member questionnaire. We were asked to answer the six yes or no questions and hit “Continue.” Then, we were asked if we wanted to receive information about special offers. After answering the 20 yes or no questions we hit “Continue.”

Then we checked our inbox for a confirmation email with a link to confirm our email address.

Overall, it’s a pretty long process.

Website experience
On the Vindale website, offers are broken down into surveys (also called product evaluations), studies, profile studies, email offers, and video surveys. They also have a section called Vindale deals, which are coupons.

Vindale pays decently, and will pay up as much as $75 for their product evaluations. Once your account reaches $50 you are eligible to be paid by PayPal or cash. The website is well organized and easy to navigate. Some of their descriptions do get a bit wordy though.

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www.GetPaidToTry.com

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Get Paid to Try business profile
GetPaidToTry.com
2920 Ave R
Suite 146
Brooklyn, NY 11229

Registration
On GetPaidToTry.com, registration involved entering our first and last name, email address, city, state, ZIP code and password. Then we had to select the terms box and hit “Join today” to submit. Then, we were shown a page that asked what special offers we’d like to participate in. THEN, we were led to the page with the $20 sign up bonus. To qualify for the bonus, we had to complete the ten offers they listed out. Seems like a lot of work to us, but that’s just our opinion.

Website experience
There’s not a lot of information about GetPaidToTry.com available online. It looks like it is a traditional paid survey site, which features paid offers including product evaluations. It appears it’s run by the same folks who run 5in5Now.com. The website is attractive enough and is easy to navigate. 

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www.BigSpot.com

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BigSpot business profile
Mailing address not available

Registration
In order to register for BigSpot, you must enter your first and last name, email address, year of birth, gender, ethnicity, ZIP code and country. After hitting “Submit” you will be taken to a page, which lists several offers. At the bottom, hit “Submit and continue.” You will instantly be given access to members-only areas of the site. In total, it took about five minutes to register.

Website experience
BigSpot is NOT a paid survey firm. They are a paid survey aggregator, which means they take available offers from paid survey companies and organize them in one central place. By finding and organizing paid survey offers, BigSpot helps survey takers quickly and easily find offers that pay them for participating.

Through BigSpot, you can find and complete a wide variety of paid surveys, product evaluations, video surveys and more. On the site, they say they also feature panels open to participants under 18.

Remember, because BigSpot is a survey aggregator, they don’t pay you for taking offers. Which means it’s important to check out each of the companies you’ll be dealing with on an individual basis.

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www.5in5Now.com

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5in5Now business profile
2071 Flatbush Ave
Suite 49
Brooklyn, NY 11234
Year started: N/A

Registration
Registration involves entering your first and last name, email address, city, state, ZIP code, date of birth, gender and password. Then hit “Join today” to submit. Then, you go to a page that asks you if what special offers you’d like to participate in. THEN, you are led to the page with the $20 sign up bonus. To qualify for the bonus, you must complete the ten offers they list out. Seems like a lot of work to us, but that’s just our opinion.

Website experience
There’s not a lot of information about 5in5Now available online. It looks like it is a traditional paid survey site, which features paid offers including product evaluations. It appears it’s run by the same folks who run GetPaidToTry.com.

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www.SwagBucks.com

Learn about Swag Bucks offers and deals.

Swag Bucks profile info
P.O. Box 2748
Redondo Beach, CA 90278
Year started: 2003

Registration
You automatically earn 30 Swag Bucks just for registering. Registration involves entering your first and last name, email address, password, re-entering your password and picking a “Swag Name.” Then you’re taken to another page that asks you to enter your country, ZIP code, date of birth, gender, security question, security answer, Swag code and CAPTCHA. Select the terms and conditions option and hit “Register” to submit.

Website experience
The main thing to keep in mind is this site is based on virtual currency you may redeem for cash and prizes. That makes it different than a lot of other paid sites out there, which award dollar amounts for completing offers. Another good thing to know is you must redeem points on sites where you earned them. The design of the site is clean, organized and generally easy to navigate.

When you refer a friend to Swag Bucks, they’ll match every Swag Buck your friend earns (for searching) for the first 48 hours after your friend joins. You may redeem points in the Swag Store. The prices of items fluctuate, but will never exceed the original retail price of the item. When you win a Swag Bucks prize, you can send in a video or photo for a chance to be credited 10 Swag Bucks.

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