Survey Scout

Discussion in 'Paid Surveys' started by scz71, Dec 6, 2008.

  1. scz71

    scz71 Guest

    has anybody worked with survey scout? Whay do you think about them.
     
  2. bulldoza

    bulldoza New Member

    Hi I just paid to register with survey scout a few days ago and I really regret it. All they had for me was just a list of survey companies that I should sign up with all of which I could have got for free online. I never seem to learn my lesson...and it set me back $52 (Australian Dollars). So if your thinking about buying into it I suggest you don't. Good Luck...
     
  3. mlynn

    mlynn Member

    bulldoza: Hi I just paid to register with survey scout a few days ago and I really regret it. All they had for me was just a list of survey companies that I should sign up with all of which I could have got for free online
    . I never seem to learn my lesson...and it set me back $52 (Australian Dollars). So if your thinking about buying into it I suggest you don't. Good Luck...


    Did you paid through Clickbank? If yes, you can get your money back from Clickbank.

    I bought their list about 4 years ago, and like you it was waste of money - they have whole bunch of junk sites that got me tons of spams, so I requested and got my money back.

    Anyway OP, no need to buy a list, there are lot of free and good ones out there.
     
  4. roniboy

    roniboy Guest

    Yes i agree a waste of time, the amount of time you spend on doing home surveys probably equates to about $2.00 an hour. Sweat shop workers probably get more making nike's. I've tried just about every method of online income there is and the only one that seems to good is in my site, it takes no effot and no time. It really does drive your girlfriend nuts when you sit for hours doing paid surveys. [​IMG]
     
  5. bulldoza

    bulldoza New Member

    Thanks 'mlynn' I haven't actually got my money back yet, just caus' I have tried with other products and it seems to me that as soon as they get your money I never get a reply back from anyone....but I'll definitely give it a go... Cheers...
     
  6. happygal

    happygal Member

    I agree with what the others have said...you don't need to spend your money (with them or with anyone else) to make money. Find a good free list and go from there.
     
  7. misshelpurself

    misshelpurself New Member

    I received "Survey Scout" as a bonus for purchasing Project Payday, knowing what I know now- I am 100% certain that I would purchase it.
    On the flip side, it saves time searching for legitimate paid surveys and not the GPT offers.
     
  8. mlynn

    mlynn Member

    bulldoza: Thanks 'mlynn' I haven't actually got my money back yet, just caus' I have tried with other products and it seems to me that as soon as they get your money I never get a reply back from anyone....but I'll definitely give it a go... Cheers...

    No problem. I know what you are saying...I had to requested the money back TWICE, they simply ignored me the first time. You might have to go to click bank (if you paid via them) to get money back if necessary. Anyway, good luck!
     
  9. mellymell

    mellymell New Member

    Yeah, get it as a bonus to joining Project Payday. It's worth what they ask for it, because the list is so big and it'll save you time trying to do the research, but if you can get it for free, go ahead.
     
  10. srama3

    srama3 New Member

    Survey scout is a real bad company. Be aware, basically all the paid survey list companies are not worth it. I'm not really sure that any survey company offering you $75 for a survey is legitimate, but I do knot some survey companies that will pay you $2 or $3 per survey. Think of it this way: if a big retail store like ebay can possibly pay you $2 to $3 per survey, why would they pay you $75?
     

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