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By David Harris
“iPoll”, also known as “Survey Head” and found at ipoll.com, is a “get paid to take surveys” website with more complaints from aggravated users registered online than I’ve ever seen on any other surveys site, and that is saying something. We will explore why that is in this review.
Right off the bat, either iPoll or its agents have publicly claimed that someone’s going around cheating people out of their money by using the name iPoll. That in itself is suspicious when you consider that there are so many complaints about the company’s own questionable practices.
iPoll uses their iphone app to get new members that are also new to the world of apps. It’s a shiny new toy that promises wealth just for signing up. However, getting paid from the surveys they provide you to take can be very frustrating, sometimes taking up to 2 months and sometimes it never comes.
That is because iPoll could take about two months before they notify you that some of the surveys you took are invalid. The surveys tend to pay very low, so it takes quite some time to get up to the $50 minimum before they pay out PayPal cash, even though iPoll advertises a minimum of $15 on the site.
The pay outs can sometimes be in the form of unusable gift vouchers and such. Many unhappy users don’t like the fact that it can take about four months not only to earn enough for the payouts, but also months for iPoll to register the surveys you take. Then it may be months before they tell you if you qualified for them.
At this rate, your kids will have kids before you can even earn enough to buy the grandkids a Barbie. There are far better survey sites on the internet that have faster and better methods than iPoll, and better customer service, too. There’s a serious lack of it there.
There really is nothing good about ‘iPoll’, except that at least you don’t have to pay to sign up, so because of this we can’t call it a scam, but that’s not saying much, though. Avoid this dog. We don’t recommend getting involved with them.
I do not recommend “iPoll Paid Surveys”.
Thanks for reading…
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