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List of survey sites and focus groups link

Stupified 169 September 19, 2009 at 09:27 AM in Survey (3)
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I am not sure why this link was over in Deal Talk thread. It is a great list of focus group sites and survey sites in alphabetical order. It has been archived here on slickdeals. The OP put a lot of work into it. She has passed away this month. I know there is another list on the surveys section by another poster, but I think this one has more on it. I wish a mod could sticky this link over here as it would be very useful. Here is link.

http://archive.slickdeals.net/showthread.php?t=444041

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#16
There's a bunch over here too.

http://two-ribbons.blogspot.com/

I didn't check to see if they're all on the list, so there are probably a couple of repeats.
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thanks everyone =)
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Thanks to the OP on this and Chana who did indeed put A LOT of work into this list. It is incredible! She must have been a Mom or a teacher. Maybe both. Thanks for passing all of this along. Great stuff!
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I am not sure why this link was over in Deal Talk thread. It is a great list of focus group sites and survey sites in alphabetical order. It has been archived here on slickdeals. The OP put a lot of work into it. She has passed away this month. I know there is another list on the surveys section by another poster, but I think this one has more on it. I wish a mod could sticky this link over here as it would be very useful. Here is link.

http://archive.slickdeals.net/sho...p?t=444041
Thanks. And Prayers to OP
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#20
Hi,
Anyone know how I can sign up for e-rewards?

Sorry if its a dumb question but I see on there site that it says you have to go through one of there sponsors.So those that mean I have to sign up for something else to become a member?Is it free to join these other sites?
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Hi,
Anyone know how I can sign up for e-rewards?

Sorry if its a dumb question but I see on there site that it says you have to go through one of there sponsors.So those that mean I have to sign up for something else to become a member?Is it free to join these other sites?
You can find signup links via google, but this panel kind of sucks. It's easy to rack up $30 to $40 a month in rewards, but it's not real cash. You can only trade it in for prizes that they claim are valued at that amount...and all of the prizes are CRAP. The only only GC available is for Borders Books and you can only cash in $15 to Borders each year, then you need to use the credit within a month of earning it. EVERY other incentive e-rewards offers is total crap.
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You can find signup links via google, but this panel kind of sucks. It's easy to rack up $30 to $40 a month in rewards, but it's not real cash. You can only trade it in for prizes that they claim are valued at that amount...and all of the prizes are CRAP. The only only GC available is for Borders Books and you can only cash in $15 to Borders each year, then you need to use the credit within a month of earning it. EVERY other incentive e-rewards offers is total crap.
Thank you for the information!
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Quote from mahgobbi View Post :
You can find signup links via google, but this panel kind of sucks. It's easy to rack up $30 to $40 a month in rewards, but it's not real cash. You can only trade it in for prizes that they claim are valued at that amount...and all of the prizes are CRAP. The only only GC available is for Borders Books and you can only cash in $15 to Borders each year, then you need to use the credit within a month of earning it. EVERY other incentive e-rewards offers is total crap.
E-rewards is not a favorite of mine, but my membership is thru Upromise and I have put $175.00 into my son's 529 plan so far this year. It is not all bad...
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Praise The Lord Our God.
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i love survey sites. thanks OP
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E-rewards is not a favorite of mine, but my membership is thru Upromise and I have put $175.00 into my son's 529 plan so far this year. It is not all bad...
I'll need to research this. It may be a way to actually cash out of e-rewards for real money. Upromise is not *easy* to withdraw from, but you can do it at any time with written notice. If there's a way I can direct all of my e-rewards earnings to Upromise, I'll be a happy camper.
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■$30 in e-Rewards Currency = $5 for college
■$60 in e-Rewards Currency = $20 for college
■$120 in e-Rewards Currency = $50 for college
Sucks, but better than nothing at all.
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Sucks, but better than nothing at all.
True, but by the time he actually gets to college maybe it is almost $$laugh out loud
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True, but by the time he actually gets to college maybe it is almost $$laugh out loud
Upromise can be cashed out at any time and doesn't need to be used to college. They don't readily advertise this fact. It's a pain in the butt, because you need to send a written request to cash out, but you can do it at any time.
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#29
I like Viewpoint forum. I let my points build up then cash out towards the end of the year.
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I like Viewpoint forum. I let my points build up then cash out towards the end of the year.
They termed my account for no reason, I emailed them and they claimed I had two accounts for the same address when that is impossible. I emailed them back and said my sister also has an account but at a completely different address, they never responded.
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