Oh no – not another get-paid-to-take-surveys website.
If you’ve read any of my other articles that relate to getting to paid to fill out surveys, then you’d know that I’m not a big fan of this form of making money online. Infact it’s probably one of the hardest ways to make money online and many don’t get paid.
What makes me an expert at making money online?
Well, I’d be the first to say that I’m no expert, but I do earn a full-time living marketing other people’s products online. Meaning I don’t have to have a product or even inventory, all I do is place offers in front of people that are looking for them and I get paid over and over again.
You can do exactly the same. Learn how to do it here – see proof of income.
Anyway, back to my Panda Research review.
What is Panda Research?
Panda Research is a company that supposedly offers it’s members a way of making money online by filling out surveys, completing offers and reading emails.
Now just on that, there also appears to be a misunderstanding of payout thresholds. Some say it $100, while others say it’s $50.
This is what I found on there website.
As you can see, the threshold appears to be $50.
Further research shows that members get paid in lots of $50. which means that if you have $102.50 owed in your account then you’d get paid $100 and the balance $2.50 remains in the account until it reaches the threshold once again as stated on their website.
Is Panda Research Legit?
As far as I could tell the company appears to be legit. This doesn’t mean that you’ll make money with them though, it just means that legally they are able to operate their company within the confines of the law. According to the BBB they are not accredited.
There seems to be some discrepancy as to whether they’re a legit survey company or whether they’re just the “middle-men” and get people to fill out offers on behalf of big marketing companies.
Either way, what is apparent is that there’s a large number of people they don’t get paid for their work.
Panda Research Complaints
According to the research that I have done, it appears that Panda Research have a number of disgruntled members. Here’s a few screens shots of what members are saying in forums.
Does Panda Research Work?
Okay, so in the sea of people that are complaining about not getting paid by Panda Research I did find a few that did get paid.
Now there doesn’t seem to be any explanation as to why they were getting paid and why the others didn’t.
But what is clear is that if you do participate in the program then you’re taking a huge punt on whether you’ll get paid for your efforts.
Want to make some real money?
There are better ways to make money online and with the right training and the right mentor you can definitely make money working a real business.
If you want to learn how I make money online then consider joining me at Wealthy Affiliate here.
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