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Is Opinion Outpost A Scam Or Legit? Is It Safe?

opinion_outpost_legit_scamProduct Name: Opinion Outpost
Website URL: www.opinionoutpost.com
Price: free to signup
Overall Rating: 30 out of 100

If you don’t have time to read this entire article, then let me cut straight to the point and tell you that “Yes” Opinion Outpost is a legitimate survey company that does pay for people to complete surveys.

However, there are a few things you need to keep in mind when dealing with survey companies in general that I will go into in this article.

Now even though I say that they’re a legitimate survey company, they do come with their fair share of complaints, so something to keep in mind.

But first …

Why listen to me?

Well … I earn a full-time living making money online, which means that I have a pretty good idea of how the average person can legitimately make money working from home.

And whilst this program (which I highly recommend) pays me anywhere between $4 – $6,000 per month, it only makes up a small percentage of my overall earnings.

You can see how I earn between $4,000 and $6,000 per month with this program – (income proof here).

I have tried out just about every online business opportunity you can think of, from network marketing, online surveys, get paid to click programs, the works – you name it, I’ve probably done it.

A small percentage of them have worked, but most of them didn’t or eventually became outdated.

I tell you this because I want to save you from having to make the same mistakes I made when I first started out in this business.

Anyway, enough about me …

I remember looking into these types of programs when I first thought about trying to make money online. And although you get paid for these types of programs (sometimes) it can really eat up a lot of your time.

These programs are what I call one-time income earners, meaning you get paid once for the time and effort you put in.

For example if you spend 30 minutes completing a survey that pays you $1, then effectively your time and effort is only worth $2 an hour – and you only get paid once.

Now I don’t know about you – but me … well, I like being paid over and over again for the same piece of work.

And there is a particular business model that will help you do that. I go into more detail here.

But one problem that I constantly see cropping up time and time again with these survey companies is that …

1) You Don’t Always Qualify For The Surveys

Which means that although you might spend 30 minutes answering the pre-qualification questions, you won’t always be eligible to complete the actual survey.

What does this mean for you – well, it basically means that you spent 30 minutes doing something that you’re not going to get paid for. Whilst this is not always the case, there seems to be quite a high percentage of people on the Internet experiencing this problem.

I would also add that this problem is not a Opinion Outpost specific issue, but a global issue for survey companies.

The companies that pay survey sites like Opinion Outpost and the like, are looking for a specific group of people that will help them either develop more products or improve  current products.

2) It Can Be Frustrating Waiting For Surveys

So whilst you won’t always qualify to complete a survey another frustration experienced by a lot of people is not getting enough surveys to even complete.

Now this is not an Opinion Outposts problem, but it’s more the company looking for a specific group of people. So if you don’t fit the profile then unfortunate for you, you won’t be able to participate in the survey.

Now whilst this may not be their problem, it is the cause for a lot of frustration.

Here’s a Really Good Alternative / Addition

Note I have referred to this company as a good alternative / addition, because it is a survey company that you could do in addition to Opinion Outpost or – you can do it alone.

Like I’ve stated before, you’re not going to make much money (but it will be on par with Opinion Outpost), but if you’re gonna invest a bit of your time and effort in survey companies then this one is better than most.

There are no pre-qualification questions and you get pay for all your answers. Your answers don’t have to be long winded answers either, some of the answers I provided was less than 100 words.

In fact, if you sign up now, in the next couple of minutes you could very well be earning your first dollars online if you’ve never even earned a red cent online before.

I like the program so much I created a review on it and actually made some money while I was reviewing it.

See what survey company I’m talking about and how I made money in the first 15 minutes here.

Is Opinion Outpost Legit?

Opinion outpost is a legitimate business opportunity for folks who want to make some extra cash online, but it does have limitations which seems to frustrate the hell out of its members.

Having said that, most of the frustrations are not unusual for these types of survey companies.

How Does Opinion Outpost Work?

It works by getting it’s members to complete online surveys and in exchange they paid you in cash or in reward points.

So that’s simple.

You’re not going to be able to create a full-time income from completing surveys, but if you know that up front, and you’re cool with that, then it could be a great way to earn a few extra bucks.

How Much Does Opinion Outpost Pay?

This really depends on how many surveys you qualify for, and what the pay out is on each survey.

Does Opinion Outpost work?

It does work if you’re willing to put in the time and effort, however, as I mention earlier, it comes with limitations and it is not something that I would invest my time and effort in.

So here’s the deal with Opinion outpost – it’s not whether you’ll make money, because you will if you follow the rules. But really what it comes down to is whether the money you make will be worth your investment in time and effort.

How Much Time Do You Need To Allocate to Opinion Outpost?

Completing a survey can take you anywhere from 20 to 45 minutes depending on what the survey entails.

So in my opinion there is definitely a better way to make money online where you’ll get paid over and over again for the time you invest in your business.

Now, I’m not gonna BS you and say that you’ll start making money today, but if you can learn how to ride a bike, drive a car or even fill out a survey then this business will be just as difficult, but 10 times more profitable.

Make money by creating an online business

If you are passionate about a topic whether it be music, dancing, cooking, swimming – anything, then you can create an online business around your passion – literally.

All you have to do is follow a few simple, but effective marketing strategies and you’ll be able to make money over and over again.

Want to learn more about this opportunity then come join me here (100% free).

 

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58 Responses to Is Opinion Outpost A Scam Or Legit? Is It Safe?

  1. Janice says:

    I enjoy opinion outpost. I spend about an 1 hour a day doing surveys I actually get bonus rewards for being loyal. It yes legit and you can go through paypal and send the money to your account. For every 100 points you get 10 dollars. I done about 30 surveys so far and gotten $30 Ill say that is not bad. Its takes 2 days to earn 100 point or more.

    • Scott says:

      How many hours did you spend to make $30? If you spent more than 3hours you are better off getting a job at mcdonalds

  2. Kathleen says:

    The most in important thing about joining opinion outpost is; being truthful, this is actually true of all the survey sites.
    If you are new to the site, fill out your profile…I mean, everything. Like if you just started subscribing to a magazine, new bank, an add on to your home, new child. Keeping them updated will grab one another survey opportunity to grab and get those points.
    I do get disqualified for surveys, do not let it bother you. I guarantee, there will be another one that you are able to reach your goal and qualify and so on.
    I recently did a survey about cats and got disqualified because my two cats don’t use flea or tick collars. (Where I live they are not needed.
    However, on completing a survey about how much meat I spend in 1 weeks time, cooking and preparing it (one of the questions were who cooks the meals in your house hold) I do, next question; who will eat the meal that is provided myself, significant other, kids and so on. My answer was significant other, because I do not eat meat. just 5 questions got me 40 points, all done in 7 minutes.
    Some surveys are boring, like the ones that pay you to watch a movie clip, right down the adds and the movie that you’d preview earlier and chose items that you truly want. Then do the follow up survey, Hey I might be busy, but I will make an effort to do them.
    I have been with opinion outpost for years now. And I am proud to be with them.
    And don’t forget, one can always put the site on their desktop and keep doing surveys; Like I do.

  3. Kendra says:

    How do they pay you? Do you have to sign up for the “Brink Prepaid Master card”? Cuz that’s what they wanted me to do.

    • Armen says:

      They can pay you by PayPal, that’s one of the main payment options I heard about Opinion Outpost.

    • missroxx says:

      no they do not ask for any bank info from you they only pay through PayPal or amazon gift cards online with codes and yes they pay you can claim 5 bucks for every 50 points

      • heather says:

        if you put your address into opinion outpost, how do they send the money? at first I thought they just send it to your house ? yes I’m dumb, but I’m scared it may be really dangerous.

        • Amy says:

          Paypal. Just provide them with you Paypal email address; that is all anyone needs to be able to send/give you money. I mystery shop and I get paid via Paypal all the time.

  4. A.C. says:

    I just recently joined Opinion Outpost. And somehow, over the past couple days and wading through countless surveys I didn’t qualify for (I guess a lot of companies don’t want to hear from an unemployed 25-year-old Caucasian female that rarely consumes alcohol or doesn’t own a smartphone or tablet…), I made it to 100 reward points, which is the minimum to cash out with PayPal and get actual money. For some reason, it said there was an error and that they were only redeeming with validated PayPal accounts. Yet I went to the PayPal website in an attempt to validate my account, and it WAS already validated. I don’t understand what the problem was there. >:( I settled for an Amazon gift card as I do buy from Amazon a lot, but I’m clearly a little ticked off. I’m not unsubscribing from Opinion Outpost just yet, but I will be looking for other ways to earn money. It doesn’t need to be much, I just want to actually earn!

    • Frank says:

      Apparently, you’re not the only one that has had issues, others appear to have experienced a similar problem. Having said that, they may have resolved the problems.

      Thanks for your experience.

      opinion outpost complaints

      • Jennifer Jordan says:

        They just did this to me today. I had reached just under 200 rewards points then couldn’t log in anymore. Were you able to cash out your rewards and get your account unfrozen? If so, how? I have sent their help desk 2 emails and have yet to hear anything back.

        • Kimberly says:

          This just happened to me as well. I reached 200 points and went to cash out via PayPal. I got a notice my account was frozen due to data concerns. I emailed them and got an automated response that due to a large amount of tickets it would take longer than usual to get back to me. They used me to take surveys, for which they get paid for sending people, then won’t pay me what I’m owed. Scam. Do not use them.

      • Ann says:

        I have recently had the same problem. I have used the UK site for about 6 months to earn a small amount of extra income to top up my pension, and have only ever given completely honest answers. Now they have closed my account due to “a violation of their terms and conditions”. I e-mailed to ask what condition I had violated, but they have not told me (probably because there is no violation that I can find).

    • Olu says:

      They haven’t resolved the problem. It is much worse now. I labored to get 120 point and tried to get it through paypal. Their system says my PayPal is not validated and my account has been terminated. So i lost all my point. I tried to contact them. No response. IT IS A SCAM. I can’t imagine if after spending many months to get hundreds of points and they just terminate your account unjustly because you want to get the money you have worked. SCAM SCAM SCAM. PLEASE AVOID THEM

  5. Emily says:

    Frank, the only bank card I have is a Westpac card. In your Opinion Outlook and Slicethepie reviews, you only mentioned Paypal as the place where the company deposits any earnings. If I wanted to join these sites, would I have to acquire a Paypal account?

    • Frank says:

      At this point in time I believe so.
      A Paypal account is easy to get and you can then transfer your payments to your bank account.

  6. Paula Latif says:

    I have done well over 80 surveys, spent hours and hours ‘not qualifying’ for surveys after filling them out, even completing surveys and not given points (although when I emailed OO they did say they’re aware i completed the survey, and so they allocated my points to me), and after all this i got 150 points – coming to £7.50… i have redeemed this into my PayPal account and never looking at OO again. Definitely not worth all the rejections you get! Waste of time! For such little money! It wouldn’t be so bad if they let you know you dont qualify very early on in the survey, but 15-30 minutes into completing a survey – not worth it! I even completely filled out my profile… yet they still send me surveys that have nothing to do with me, lol. Anyway, at least I tried it 🙂
    have a nice day everyone xx

  7. Sean says:

    NEVER USE OPINION OUTPOST!

    Opinion Outpost is a site where you take surveys for money. Every 100 points is $10. I had 265 points, there was a survey worth the remaining 35 I needed to redeem $30. I finished the entire survey but then was DISQUALIFIED at the very end. I then had to drudge myself up slowly to 295 points, at which point I was unable to do any more surveys for 2 days (the site will tell you to check back later). I could not do anymore surveys. When I went to redeem 200 points my account was frozen for “data concerns. ”

    Not to mention I had emailed customer support about this issue with no response. Their support page doesn’t even list customer support email. You have to have an error page come up to find it.

  8. Jack Smith says:

    Terrible service. Would not recommend to anyone. I believe this to be a scam.
    You spend time completing surveys, then when you try to collect rewards nothing happens. I’ve tried to collect as Paypal, Amazon and Itunes vouchers and the page does nothing. Times out. This has been ongoing for 2 months. I have repeatedly emailed support, ignored every time. I do not believe for one second that anybody reads these emails. I have not once received a single payment and I have collected 110 points. Not a lot but perhaps but my time went into this and I should be rewarded for that as promised by Opinion Outpost.
    I believe this to be a scam service, an illegal way for companies to collect data. I will be following up this review up by contacting several companies responsible for investigating into this practice as this counts as theft of information. I will also be posting this review on every site possible.

  9. K ansas says:

    JULY 14, 2015. FRAUD ALERT! Someone is using our bank info and sending out over 150 fake checks so far. Then sending emails to follow telling them what to do once they “cash” the checks. Most of the people are somehow linked to this Opinion Outpost. I’m not saying it is the company but someone is definitely linked to it and this Wal-Mart scam somehow. Please beware of getting checks you are not expecting. If it sounds to good to be true………..it is!

  10. K ansas says:

    And the checks are mailed from Macon, Georgia. Return address on the envelope is only our logo, no address. Smart move criminals!

  11. Fan says:

    I’m actually interested in trying this survey site–just to make some money on the side. However, my country is not available in the options. Is that really an issue?

  12. Gina V says:

    Opinion Outpost sent me a check, wants me to do a mystery shop and send a portion of the money to Manila…..I am anxious and leary that it could be a scam as they want me to deposit the check into my checking account first….

    • Concerned says:

      That is a scam. If you read OO rules and website, the ONLY way they pay you is through Paypal. That is how they keep everything safe from such scams. Only go to OO through the website or through your email. I would tell them to report this behavior.

  13. Robin Félycia says:

    I looked at the privacy policy (I think its called) Outpost has access to basiclly EVERYTHING. They take all the information they can get on your devices ect.

  14. Sherrie says:

    I received a check with an orthopaedic name from Indiana stating it’s for a Walmart survey in the amount of $1230.00. They are wanting me to cash the check at my local bank and wire money to the United Kingdom. I’m a little leary of this…..any input?

    • Frank says:

      Yes, don’t do it.

      It’s a scam!

      Walmart doesn’t send out checks for surveys.

      Here’s a link and advice for Walmart’s Mystery Shopping Scam.

      In your case, it is known as Fake check spam.

      They get you to cash the check in at your bank.

      The bank makes the funds available (before the check has cleared) and you send the money onto the recipient, in most cases, minus a fee (which is supposedly paid to you). Only problem is, after you send the money and the bank finds out that the funds haven’t cleared it’s too late. You’re then liable to pay the bank back. See CNN article here.

      • Sherrie says:

        Thank you! That is exactly what I was asked to do! Although, I find it a bit strange that the email is coming from Opinion Outpost; how is that?

        • Frank says:

          Just hit the reply button in your email and look at the “reply to” email address.

          My guess is that it’s not from Opinion Outpost at all, but from some made up spammers email address.

          If it is from Opinion Outpost (i.e. The address should end with @opinionoutpost.com) then send me a screenshot of it and I’ll investigate it further for ya.

          • Sherrie says:

            I think you just answered my question. It says opinionoutpostllc.com. All my other ones actually from opinion outpost say just that, opinionoutpost.com. Thanks! I’ve got some shredding to do 🙂

          • Frank says:

            No problem Sherrie 🙂

  15. Marianne says:

    Frankie and Sherrie:

    Yes, those fake checks are coming from Opinion Outpost — don’t use this company for anything! I called their 877-254-1234 number about the check and they returned my call saying it was legit. It was not! I took it to a check cashing place and the bank told them the account didn’t exist. So don’t believe it’s a third party scammer. It’s Opinion Outpost doing this scamming, and if you go on their website, you’ll see some people have the FBI investigating. I also filed a complaint with the BBB, even though I didn’t fall for it.

  16. carolyn says:

    it seems the biggest problem with opinion outpost is they can collect the data they need and then say oh sorry you didnt qualify! If they ask the important data up front…age race region etc they should be able to disqualify you right then like other sites do (I also belong to Vandal which is also slow going but I have made $26 in two months..at Opinion outpost I’ve manage to collect a mere 23 points and 10 of that is for signing up in same amount of time…that is about $2.30). Yesterday i did a beverage survey at OO. It took well over an hour. at one point it asked how many beverages I had yesterday…I actually had consumed 8 glasses of water so I stupidly reported that…they asked about 20 questions (the same ones) for each drink…which was incredibly time consuming. after drudging thru that boring survey at the end..sorry disqualified. SO FRUSTRATING! they got all the data they needed of course because I did complete the survey. I don’t know if its worth it to complete it or not.

  17. STEVEN MORITZ says:

    I was curious and signed up. Some vague information was given followed by two cashiers checks for $4800. My major concern is the instruction to wire the residual funds overseas which I will not do. I would prefer to return them so they can contact the next person. As others have said their customer service/help seems useless.
    Now I have these two checks, instructions where to go and what to evaluate. I’ve asked them to contact me and said the checks will not be deposited in my bank account, however PayPal seems a good option. Any suggestions?

    • Frank says:

      Hmmmm, whilst I haven’t seen the two cashier checks, it kinda sounds a little dodgy. This sounds a lot like the scams mentioned earlier in this thread by Sherrie and Kansas. Make sure the contact email is legit and from opinionoutpost.com and not some where else.

    • Lily says:

      There is a 3rd party scam going around that claimed to be from opinion outpost sending out fake checks. If you go to the official opinion outpost page it explains about this 3rd party scam. Please DO NOT deposit the checks. This is a very typical scam. Go to the official opinion outpost website to learn more about this scam.

  18. Lara says:

    Hi guys.
    my husband has an opinionoutpost account and has redeemed couple times via paypal, he convinced me to register to this website but the problem is that i dont have a paypal account so my husband added my email to his paypal account.
    can i redeem so ?

  19. Susan Goebel says:

    Just did a 4 point survey but didn’t get any points. Just because I am a grandma doesn’t mean I don’t use products. My children are grown but I have Grandchildren over everyday and they eat snacks. Why do you keep asking me what magazines I read or when do I watch TV then say to try back later?

  20. Maitri says:

    Do they give cash or check…

  21. Phyllis May says:

    I just received the check for $2300 with instructions about going to Walmart.
    I looked online for the name of the attorney whose check it is written on. Found nothing there and then looked for ‘complaints Opinion Outpost’ and found this.
    Glad I read to the bottom as this is obviously one of those too good to be true things. It came in an envelope of Priority Mail.
    Thanks to all of you for sharing your experiences.

  22. Mike says:

    No, it is not scam. However, you will not be rich taking surveys.

  23. Lily says:

    I’ve been using opinion outpost since October 18th, 2015. I’ve made $249 so far. Sometimes I go a few months without doing surveys but sometimes I check twice a day everyday when I really need some extra money. I have tried SO many survey websites and apps and so many are spam or a waste of time. In order to do 1 survey you have to sign up for 3 different things but to sign up for those 3 things you need to answer if you like coke or pepsi better and then select which magazines you want to sign up for etc etc. I was SO sick of those disorganized, spam type survey websites.

    Opinion outpost is by far my favorite and the only survey website I will use. It is very straightforward, organized, no spam. You click take a survey, rate the survey after and then you get points. Do I sometimes get a glitch where the page can’t be opened? Yes. Do I sometimes not get paid at the end because of a glitch? Yes. Do I sometimes not qualify for a survey after wasting 10 minutes on it? Yes.

    It’s really frustrating sometimes and these are the only issues I’ve had with opinion outpost. However, it doesn’t happen to me that often and what do you expect for making a little extra money online with surveys? Customer service is always very nice and helpful. I don’t really have high expectations for a survey website and I look at opinion outpost like I’m lucky to make an extra amount of money being a full time student and working part time. I am thankful for opinion outpost and will use them for a long time. Please don’t let other negative reviews discourage you from at least trying it. Idk what I would do if I never discovered this website.

  24. Colin says:

    I actually live in the UK so the version I get may differ slightly, but overall I have no major issues with Opinion Outpost. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying they’re perfect because there are……perhaps not faults but things that need to be addressed.

    so whats good?

    1) Payout time. I always cash out via paypal and it has always hit my account within 30-40 mins
    2) Amount of points needed to achieve payout. Here in the UK its 50 points, I believe in the US its 100 points to receive £2.50 or whatever the dollar equivalent is.
    3) Interesting surveys and the occasional free trial. Free trials don’t happen very often but when it does it’s a bonus. Also you tend to get more points.

    OK so thats the main plus points but what about the bad?

    To be honest there aren’t any per se. Having said that there are certain aspects I would address.

    1) Surveys drying up. This can be a real pain especially when you’re 5 or 10 points short of a payout.
    2) Points per survey. Overall the PpS makes sense…..the longer the survey the higher the reward. However this isn’t always the case. Mini surveys tend to pay 5 points and the really long ones in the region of 20 plus points. Nothing wrong so far. The problem comes wIth the middle range surveys…..the Ones that are supposed to take 15 mins (give or take). I’ve had surveys that have given me 10 points, 15 points, 40 points for the same length of time.

    Conclusion

    Would I recomend?

    Yes. Opinion Outpost is one of the better survey sites. Maybe not perfect but close.

  25. Tim says:

    As of August 2016 TONS of account have been “frozen” and OO won’t answer anyone as to why. Some have lost thousands of dollars they had saved up. I lose about $100. Its ashame because this used to be the easiest site to get money from despite some issues.

    • Colin says:

      Tim? Was the account frozen when you tried to cash out? If so then that happened to me recently due to a typo in my paypal email. If this is the case simply email them with your proper paypal email and (I think) date of birth and they’ll sort it out.

  26. Holly Orlik says:

    I have been a member of surveyspot & opinion outpost for a couple years with no problems. Then last week I was told I was banned due to data concerns. I received an email today stating my account is linked with more than 2 accounts & I was no longer able to be a member. I am the only one who does surveys & I only have 1 account per survey site. I have noticed a lot of people getting banned with the same excuse & having cash in their account that they could have cashed out for. I asked for payment on the surveys I already completed but I doubt I will receive it. I will no longer give a positive review for OO or SP.

  27. Lynn says:

    Reading all these comments saying OO is scam is strange.
    I joined back in May 2016 after a friend mentioned to me. I was using vindale online for a month or so to make some money online in order to saved up some cash to build myself a gaming computer. It was pretty slow and not worth it.
    OO was an absolute godsend! I succeeded in only 3 months I had Completed: 143 Surveys and Collected: 1592 Points. Got myself around $300. All the money had gone to paypal and bought all the parts I needed via online.

    I haven’t used the site as much anymore, I pop in once a week to do a few surveys. I dont spend an hour furiously during surveys like I use to before.

  28. Cherry Robertson says:

    Ive tried it for about a couple of weeks then cancelled my account. I think its a waste of time because they are surveys you may not qualify and you already wasted about 10-25 minutes of your time answering surveys. I didnt like it.

  29. Betty Darden says:

    Opinion Outpost is full-of-it!! I can tell you from personal experience that this so-call survey company is the biggest Scam in the history of surveys. They sent me a check in the middle of 2016 in the amount of $2308. At first I said to myself – Yeepy. As I studied the check more carefully, something told me, this isn’t real. I took the check to my bank and was told immediately NOT to cash that check. People, these people need to be put on of business. If you ever receive a check, please check in thoroughly. Good Luck!

  30. kevin says:

    opinionoutpost they do not pay they got to many excuses what the holdup is and they take to long to get it resolved.

    • Terry says:

      I was a member for 3 years and this was my favorite site because they paid same day to PayPal. Than one day I decided to redeem some of my points “250” as I had done many times before with there PayPal button on there redeem page and received an error notice and was locked out. Now I have received there review notice that they could not verify the info i gave them and have been kicked off for ever!!! Good buy to many hours of work to get to the 250+ points left on the table. It is best to cash out on these sites as soon as you meet the minimum amount and not let them build up our they will drop you with a slim excuse.

  31. Rick Restivo says:

    They are one of the worst scams because they flat out won’t let you cash out. They give you options for cashing out, but none of them work.In order to cash out, you have to go to their “Secure Member’s Area”, but if you enter your email and password and hit “submit”, nothing happens.

  32. Rick Restivo says:

    Also, don’t expect them to reply to any complaints or inquiries you make, they won’t.

  33. Nicholas Firestone says:

    Pay attention to what others say about there credibility, and notice the consistency of fraud; it is evident that this site is a scam.
    When I first tried this site, like I do with just about every site, I give it a try if I see some positive comments online. And it just so happened that I was reading someone’s top ten review page and for some reason they had “opinion outpost” in there top three – surprisingly.
    Moreover, I would also say that one can never truly know who writes the reviews for most things online. Many times, it could be the owners involved in the website that are doing the reviews online. For this reason, in order to accurately determine the validity of a website, one should examine the consistency of not only positive, but mostly, how many consistently negative reviews are there.
    So then, back to my experience: after trying it out for a month, I noticed that I was getting a decent amount of surveys from them; I had accumulated $16.00 approximately. Finally, when I had cashed my money in for amazon credit, it said that my account was frozen…My first thought was…that’s very strange.
    Now, when I had this experience, I immediately looked online again to see their reputation for this kind of thing. And unfortunately, I discovered that they are well known for freezing accounts and never paying people. This was a recurring thing among reviews, a very prevalent problem indeed.
    Nevertheless, despite the evidence that it was a scamming website, I decided to personally contact them by phone and email. I left a message via phone and they never called me back. However, they did return my message through email, and they did sound professional as well. But still, sad to say, they eventually stopped communicating and have not responded to two of my emails in a month, and it has been two months since this has happened. My advice to anyone, stay away from this site, it is a true scammer, and it’ll save you time and frustration.

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