Survey Rewardz: Is it a Time Wasting Scam or Legit?

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Get Paid For Your Opinions With Survey Rewardz!Let's face it, we all have opinions to share. Most of the time they're not worth squat depending on who you ask. But there are some people and companies that value your views and are willing to pay you some cash for it. Chances are you've been searching the internet for Survey Rewardz Reviews.

Most companies won't hang out their dirty laundry in public. Well, fortunately we know how to find it. By the time you are done reading this, you will know everything there is to know about Survey Rewardz. So let's dive in.

What Is Survey Rewardz?

Survey Rewardz found at SurveyRewardz.com is a market research company that promises to give people a chance to make money from home taking surveys. Survey Rewardz appears to be started on August 2014. They are owned by points2shop, LLC that also offers other ways to work from home aside from taking surveys.

How Does Survey Rewardz Work?

Once you create your account, which involves entering your email and a password you select, you will answer some pre-qualifier questions about yourself. The pre-qualifier questions include, but not limited to, your demographics, household setup and property ownership. You can then proceed to select surveys if available.

The website is designed to provide surveys that best suit you, based on the pre-qualifier answers you gave during sign up. If there is a survey for you, you can go ahead and complete it. Once you are done, you will receive your reward.

How Much Can I Earn With Survey Rewardz?

How much you earn depends on how many surveys you qualify for. Since Survey Rewardz has basically partnered with multinationals seeking specific information about their products or services, you will have to qualify for a survey first before knowing how much you will earn.

The surveys pay anywhere between $0.5 to $10.

If this seems like chump change and not worth your time, there are other options. You may want to check out My Top Work At Home Recommendation. You can also check out Swagbucks.com and Fusioncash.com which provide additional ways to earn and aren't just limited to surveys.

How Are You Paid By Survey Rewardz?

At the time of this review you can then choose various types of payment options, which include:

  • PayPal – Minimum payout – $1.00 ($0.10 fee applies if the amount is less than $10)
  • Global Virtual Visa Reward Card – Minimum payout – $5.00
  • Check – Minimum payout – $5.00
  • Amazon Gift Card – Minimum payout – $5.00

Payment processing can take up to five business days, depending on certain variables, including but not limited to location, amount, withdrawal time and identity verification whenever required.

Who Can Use Survey Rewardz?

As per their Terms of Use, you can earn through Survey Rewards only if the country you are in supports the type of payment you choose. If PayPal, for example, is not available in your country, you cannot get paid via PayPal. But checks do seem to be an option, where applicable.

What We Like About Survey Rewardz

Free Sign Up

Some survey companies out there require sometime sign up fee. All Survey Rewardz requires is your email address and some personal information then you qualify to start earning.

Multiple Payment Options

There are four ways you can get paid after you earn with Survey Rewardz. PayPal is very convenient for anyone who earns online. Amazon gift cards are also a few ‘’honest’’ answers away, and if you prefer the good old check, you can receive it straight to your mailbox.

Few Geographical Restrictions

Hello World! If you are successful in creating an account with Survey Rewardz, you qualify for a payday. Too often these types of opportunities seem to be limited to the United States and Canada only.

Survey Rewardz Complaints

Well, this is the part you've probably been waiting for. Not surprising Survey Rewardz does have its own issues. We'll lay them out here and then it's up to you to decide if they are deal breakers or not.

Limited Survey Opportunities

The biggest issue with all surveys, including the ones from survey rewardz is that they're based on supply and demand. If you don't fit the demographics that companies are looking for then you're highly unlikely to get a lot of survey opportunities.

Fortunately, there are other ways of earning money online. Swagbucks.com and Fusioncash.com are examples, and you can also check out My Top Work At Home Recommendation, just to broaden your horizon.

No Referral Program

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    Most market research companies have a referral program where you can earn just by referring their services to friends and family. Swagbucks.com has this, and so do does Fusioncash.com. The only way you can earn with Survey Rewardz is if a survey that fits your profile turns up.

    Negative BBB Rating

    At the time of this review, their parent company Points2shop has the lowest possible BBB rating, an F. Although I don't believe a BBB rating is the only thing you should rely on, this rating may imply lousy, inconsistent or unpredictable business practices for some of you.

    Don't Quit Your Day Job

    Like all survey opportunities they're based on factors you can't control. If they're looking for a white woman that has no babies, as a black man with 2 kids, I won't qualify for a survey. So you can't really depend on these opportunities for consistent income. It's all about a given demographic at a certain point in time. Unfortunately, your bills don't care about this and need to be paid. So relying on surveys won't achieve this.

    Is Survey Rewardz A Scam or Legitimate?

    Based on our research and also looking at what users have to say about Survey Rewardz, it’s not a scam. But it's also not a reliable source of income. Everything else about it sounds good from the different forms of payment and ease of access, but it’s downhill from then onwards.

    So as long as you're going into this knowing it's not consistent income, it may be worth a shot. However, if you are looking for consistent ways to make money you can control, you are probably better off with sites like Swagbucks.com and Fusioncash.com. What I came to realize is that when it comes to working from home, multiple streams of income are always better. So don't put all your eggs in one basket. With that in mind you should also check out My Top Work From Home Recommendation.

    Well, that's enough yapping from me. I would love it if you chime in below with your own comments, so don't be shy!

    Until next time

    Eddy with a Y

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    Marc - August 14, 2017 Reply

    Thanks for the info Eddy. I have been looking for a quality survey program to get involved with and I have yet to find one. It seems like they’re all hit or miss and that the payouts are small. Keep preaching the truth and looking out for the newbie internet marketer!

      Eddy Salomon - August 15, 2017 Reply

      You’re welcome Marc. Yeah, I wouldn’t spend too much time looking at surveys for consistent income.

    Warren - August 14, 2017 Reply

    Eddy, this is a very complete and thorough review of a segment which I have some experience with. I can tell you, I never made much money. It seems like a lot of time for so little reward. I agree that if a person is going to sit in front of a computer, it should be worth the time invested. In my opinion, I would stay away from these. Of course, if you’re just looking for a few bucks, go for it.

      Eddy Salomon - August 15, 2017 Reply

      I totally agree with you Warren. Thanks for sharing your experience with us.

    JeffWA - August 14, 2017 Reply

    Hi, Eddy!

    I agree with your assessment about whether or not Survey Rewardz is a legit company as opposed to a scam.

    As this company does not require a person to pay money for joining this opportunity, (and some survey sites DO ask for a join fee which I find absurd) it is not a scam. But. . .

    You run into the same old, same old regarding making a lot of money in an opportunity involving survey taking. At this site you run into the chance of getting disqualified for a survey based on the fact that you would not fit the demographic intended for that survey. As this company had you fill out detailed info about yourself right after joining as a member, why in the world would they send out a particular survey that you had zero chance of qualifying?

    There are several survey sites that I am aware of where a person is never disqualified, with the guarantee that the individual would be rewarded some how – cash or gift certificates.

    Again, there is the issue of not making a lot of money if the individual was allowed to complete it. Time put into a survey would not come even close to minimum pay wages here in the U.S. Is that any way to earn an honest living? I, for one do not think so.

    Third, as you mentioned are the lack of opportunities presented at almost any survey site in existence. You could be provided an opportunity as a member of a site in completing one or two surveys per week, maximum with many of these panels. Getting disqualified with one of them would mean a person earning at most $10 per week with the other survey – and in most cases that is not the norm. No way to feed a family of one person, let alone 4!

    As you mentioned, Eddy, your #1 recommendation in building a profitable online business joining Wealthy Affiliate creates a much better opportunity for a person to create income for him/herself as opposed to the almost zero income trying to attempt the few survey opportunities that you would receive with a company such as Survey Rewardz.

    Jeff

      Eddy Salomon - August 15, 2017 Reply

      Hey Jeff,

      Thanks for the deep insight as usual. And I agree with you about companies sending you survey invitations for surveys you probably won’t qualify for. If you have my demographic information, then only send me surveys I can take. Don’t tease me. LOL So I agree with you.

    Terry & Teresa - August 14, 2017 Reply

    This is great information to know. Especially with so many people out of work today it could save a lot of time knowing what the return is on your time investment. If they don’t give you surveys you can’t make that much money!

    Thanks for sharing this informative information with us. Keep up the good work!

    Teresa

    Judy - August 14, 2017 Reply

    Hi Eddy,

    Thanks for the review on Survey Rewards. I agree with you that even though it is not a scam but a legitimate business opportunity, it does seem very unreliable.

    The qualification aspect is unappealing to me, because it is possible that a person could spend time entering their information and then not qualify.

      Eddy Salomon - August 14, 2017 Reply

      You’re welcome. Yeah surveys tend to be based on supply and demand. So they’re not always predictable. 

    JohnB - August 14, 2017 Reply

    I think that surveys are just a quick way to make money. It’s the first time I hear about Survey Rewardz and to be honest I don’t dig it at all. It’s good having people like you pointing out all the different money making opportunities out there. I don’t really like the fact that I have to provide personal information either.

      Eddy Salomon - August 14, 2017 Reply

      Hey John, Thanks for chiming in. I don’t think surveys are a quick way to make money. They tend to be long and the pay usually doesn’t add up to the time spent on them. 

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