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The Paid Task

The Paid Task a Scam? The Paid Task, found at thepaidtask.com, has already been submitted for review. If you would like to see a review of The Paid Task, simply add your vote on it using the following link: Add Vote for “The Paid Task“. Then click on the “Vote For Review” button. When enough votes have been accumulated, we will start the business research process and get a review of “The Paid Task” completed a soon as possible. You …
 

Global Test Market

Global Test Market Review By David Harris Global Test Market found at globaltestmarket.com, is a market research company that was founded in 1999. It appears to be one of the better “get paid to take surveys companies”.       Click HERE for the #1 Free Paid Surveys – Join Free Now! Many other review sites say they are in anywhere from 60 to 200 countries. But on Global Test Market’s own site they say they currently have members in 49 countries. No …
 

Paid Game Player

Paid Game Player Review by David Harris Paid Game Player or PGP, found at paidgameplayer.com, is a free to join gaming and Get Paid To (GPT) site. They pay you to play online games and complete tasks and offers. PGP is a middleman of sorts for their 3rd party clients that actually pay you for the tasks and trials they offer. There are different types of word activities to engage in like word and action games, puzzles, and product trials. …
 

Fusion Cash

Fusion Cash Review by David Harris Fusion Cash by Tyler Derheim and found at fusioncash.net, is GPT web site, or Get Paid To. You’re supposed to complete various tasks provided by their market research clients – at a rate of less than half the minimum wage. I say less than half because you have to factor in the time you waste on registering for each survey or other tasks every single time. And also because what you earn on them …
 

Survey Monster

Survey Monster Review by David Harris Survey Monster found at surveymonster.net, is a get paid to take surveys site. Which is to say it’s more of a portal that advertises their 3rd party clients’ survey sites you go to in order to take their surveys. As Survey Monster states in their disclaimers – always read disclaimers – there is no guarantee that you will earn any money using their system. I will tell you why that is, even though they …
 

SurveySay

SurveySay Review by David Harris SurveySay is a get paid to take surveys website for a market research business that serves as a middleman for other companies looking for consumer opinions. However, there are more complaints about it than most survey sites I run across. [ ScamXposer’s Top Recommended Business, Click Here For Details ] There are fundamental problems with most get paid to take surveys sites, and one is the payout issues and policies. Each one has different ways …
 

SendEarnings

SendEarnings Review by David Harris “SendEarnings” found at sendearnings.com is a paid emails – paid surveys website service company owned by InboxDollars Corp. It provides ways to make a little extra income through reading emails, taking surveys, playing online games, etc. SendEarnings claims they will pay you $5 just for signing up with them, but it will take a couple of months before you see it. In fact, ‘Send Earnings’ will only pay you 2 cents per email that you …
 

SwagBucks

SwagBucks Review by David Harris SwagBucks found at swagbucks.com is a website offering various tasks to complete in exchange for point rewards they call Swag Bucks, which may be redeemed with participating merchants. There are multitudes of ways to engage in making points on their site to redeem with their sponsors. So much so that it can be a bit overwhelming. It should take you a small part of an evening to study the SwagBucks’ back-office instructions. Swag Bucks has …
 

MyView

MyView – Business Review MyView found at myview.com is a paid survey site in New York City owned by marketing research company Authentic Response. You must be at least thirteen years old to join for free to take surveys and participate in product testing. They reward your time through points to redeem for Paypal, gift cards, charity donations, etc., and the option to enter their monthly Sweepstakes to try to win 10,000 reward points. In order to get a $25 …
 

Paid Offers

Paid Offers Scam Review by David Harris “Paid Offers”, found at paidoffers.co.uk, is a paid surveys and paid offers site replete with angry ex-customers posting negative comments and reviews everywhere online. They were not hard to find. Most “‘get paid to take surveys’ scam sites” like Paid Offers have the same basic carnie show, offering sign ups for gambling and bingo sites, the occasional survey you may or may not qualify for, and nearly all pay out very poorly or …
 
 
 
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