Top 5 Paying Surveys 2016

Top paying surveys of 2016 from this you can make money just by filing the form that you are usually doing in your daily but you are getting anything from that but in the sites that i going to show you can you give money just for filing the forms in the sites….

  1. Swagbucks

With a cult following in the MSE Forum, Swagbucks* pays you points to answer daily polls. You can also mix it up by getting paid to watch videos, search via its page instead of Google and even play free online games. Points can be spent on rewards in its Rewards Store – for example, 849 points equals a £5 Amazon voucher.

Usually you get only a few swagbucks for registering, but we’ve a link for newbies to accrue £5 and get a bonus £10 in vouchers for Amazon, M&S and more.

Swagbucks only lets you earn points once a day on certain types of poll – answer a second poll and you won’t get paid. So always read terms and conditions carefully. For motivation, join other Swag points chasers in the forum’s popular Swagbucks Challenge 2015 thread.

 

  • Payment method: Cash via PayPal, Amazon vouchers and more
  • Typical ££ per survey: From 70 Swag Bucks (40p)
  • Payout threshold: Depends on reward
  • Typical survey time: 10-20 mins

    2.Global Test Market 

    US survey site GlobalTestMarket pays in vouchers or via Paypal once you’ve earned 1,000 points. Many forumites amass £100 a year from the site.

    Vouchers and Paypal payments can take five to ten business days. The site often screens you out after a few questions, but usually bungs you a few points anyway.

    GlobalTestMarket also sends surveys that enter you into a prize draw instead of paying you. Unless you’ve heaps of time, stick with surveys that pay.

    We’ve seen a few responses on our forum where people have had their accounts closed without knowing why. If that happens to you, get in touch with GlobalTestMarket on its Facebook page.

  • Payment method: Cash via Paypal, or high street vouchers
  • Typical ££ per survey: £1.20
  • Payout threshold: 1,100 points (equivalent to £30ish)
  • Typical survey time: 20 minutes

 

       3. Crowdology 

Crowdology pays hard cash via PayPal. The payment threshold’s a low £4, and many folks rack this up every month.

Unlike some other sites it doesn’t operate a points-based system – it just gives you straight cash for completing surveys.

On the downside, forumites have reported its payment system can be glitchy, though the cash arrives in the end. A top tip is to post complaints on its Facebook page to get a result.

  • Payment method: Cash via PayPal
  • Typical ££ per survey: 40p – £10
  • Payout threshold: £4 (£10 if you want to redeem with Amazon vouchers)
  • Typical survey time: 5-10 mins

         4. MySurvey

 

MoneySavers earn cash quickly from MySurvey, as it has a low £3 payout threshold and abundant surveys. It pays in cash via PayPal.

You can get a £3 PayPal payment for 345 points, or a £5 Argos voucher for 550 points. The site also lets you swap 1,250 points for a £10 Amazon voucher, though bizarrely this is a worse value exchange than PayPal cash.

  • Payment method: Cash via PayPal & high street vouchers, eg, Argos/Amazon
  • Typical ££ per survey: 100 points
  • Payout threshold: £3 (345 points)
  • Typical time to complete: 20-30 mins

 

      5.PureProfile 

One for dedicated survey stashers, Pureprofile is a reliable player, but surveys are scarce. With about one survey per month, it usually takes nine months to two years to reach the £25 target.

You usually have to log on to check for new surveys rather than getting alerts. Some forumites who check often have reached the payout threshold more quickly.

Once your balance does reach £25, the cash is paid into your bank account (can take up to 30 business days).

  • Payment method: Cash (BACS)
  • Typical ££ per survey: 10p-£3
  • Payout threshold: £25
  • Typical survey time: 20 mins

 

 

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2 Comments

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