Product Name: Paid Surveys And More
Product Owner: Kim Robins
Advertised Price: $89.95, $44.95
Upgrades: $67, $27, $17
What Is It?
This is a program that is supposed to teach you how to make money by taking surveys.
Is just another example that making money online taking surveys is next to impossible. It takes so long to jump through hoops that you are making pennies per hour. You spend a lot of time giving your personal information to companies so they can call you and sell you more stuff.
What to expect:
Paid Surveys and More makes sure to give you the impression that this is your ticket to financial freedom. Using very sleazy advertising techniques, they make you think that you can make $500 – $3000+ dollars per month simply by answering questions.
News Flash: You can't
I'm sure that there is some website, in some dark part of the internet where you could get paid to take surveys. But remember that these jobs are in high demand, and require no skills. They will not pay you dollars per survey, they will pay pennies. I guarantee it.
What I Liked:
The instructions in the video (yes, there is only ONE) are clear and concise. Also, they had a good idea to use Roboform to fill in survey fields quickly. I hadn't thought of that before.
What I Didn't Like:
Of course, Paid Surveys and More tries to sell you more stuff by attracting you with bonuses. These are horrible products, and will not teach you anything. They are not designed to help, they are designed to make you think you are getting something special. These bonus guides are usually copied from other courses and given away for free in order to get you to buy more stuff. This is a very typical sales tactic for this industry.
Even before you get to the product, they try to sell you hosting and a website. Again. a website is only worth about $10. They want you to pay $15 for hosting when you could be paying 3. Even the cheap deal which is $8 per month requires that you pay a several hundred dollar one-time-fee.
Also, Roboform is not free. If you bought everything they sold you, your total cost would be about $400, not the $44.95 as advertised!
The Product: Do you actually get paid?
So I tried to use Roboform to fill in the fields and sign up for Vindale Research. Roboform didn't work. Bummer.
Then I saw that Vindale research surveys is only available to residents of the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. Too bad they didn't tell you that BEFORE you paid!
After signing up I was taken to MySurvey.com. I realized that I had signed up for this before with a company called Get Cash for Surveys. Well, I guess I just wasted $44.95 dollars to review this product again. There are, of course, many other survey companies to work with, but it seems that everyone likes this one.
I don't understand why. Here is my main issue.
Most of the “rewards” are not cash. In fact, there is only ONE option for cash: Paypal. Paypal doesn't work in your country? Sorry. Compare below.
You can see here that you will have to work harder for money than for “prizes”. There is a good chance that these gift cards and other items are not available in your country or area, but it's most likely that they will not interest you. You are here to make money, right?
Well, I started trying to take surveys at 6:40 PM. By 7:30 PM I had signed up for five different survey companies, and had not finished one single survey. This does not sound like a cash machine.
So I checked my email. I remember that most surveys are sent to your email address. I when I signed up for MySurvey.com in the past, they had sent me some emails. It turns out that they only send one, maybe two per day. Again, I do not think this will turn your internet into an ATM.
More Things I Didn't Like:
A the end of 1 hour had registered for 5 different survey companies, completed 0 surveys, and made $0. Was offered over $50 in bonuses, subjected my phone number, home address, and email address to hundreds of advertising offers, and was extremely frustrated.
Maybe I did not try hard enough, or long enough. But I certainly do not recommend this product.
It seems easy that you could just fill out a survey and make some good money. But you can't. I encourage you to learn some real ways to make money online. Two free ways to make money are to do freelance work, like article writing, data entry, or administration tasks. Odesk is a great place to start, or Amazon Mechanical Turk is popular, and legit!
Or you can take control, and start your own website. This is what I do, and I can teach you how to do it. There is a training fee involved, but I encourage you to find out more about how I make money from websites by joining my 5 day email course.
Most products like this last just a few short months then disappear. That's the nature of hype in the business of making money online.
The only system I've seen last more than a decade is the same place where I learned how to start an online business. They've been around teaching newbies to make money online since 2006. You can join for free and start your first website in the next couple minutes