Taking surveys has always been one of the many ways to make fast cash online.
But there are so many survey websites that scam members.
Do they still work?
Nowadays, it can be difficult to find one that actually works.
In fact, completing surveys for cash is becoming less and less attractive with each minute.
Companies will always need to do market research, and the best way to that is to conduct a few surveys.
But even large companies are starting to catch on, the truth is that most survey websites are scams.
The majority of survey portals are absolute junk and make members jump through a bunch of hoops to finally earn a few dollars, and sometimes the members never even receive a pay-out.
It can be tricky!
Today we will talk about one survey company in particular, Survey Recruiters, and we will see if it’s possible to make money taking online surveys.
In this Survey Recruiters review you will find out the truth behind these offers.
You can also check out the step-by-step training that helps me earn over $10,000+ per month working from home.
What is Survey Recruiters?
Survey Recruiters is a membership based websites that links people who want to complete surveys for cash to other survey companies.
One thing that you should know is that this website does not offer pay-outs!
It simply refers you to other websites where you can complete surveys and those websites are responsible for pay-outs.
Once you sign-up for Survey Recruiters you’ll have to fill out some information and answer a few questions.
This is supposed to make it easier for the search tool to find surveys that match your situation.
Check the screenshot below…
There are about ten simple multiple choice questions, relatively simple to fill-out.
I filled out the information and was expecting to see a list of surveys for me to complete for cash, but no, the next page is a list of other survey websites.
There are about 20 survey websites that you can choose from.
I thought it was a little strange that I have to sign-up a few times to start taking surveys.
Also, a lot of the links are broken…
In a nutshell, this entire purpose of this website is to collect leads for other survey websites, and they earn a commission for each person they recruit.
You don’t earn anything with this website!
What I Didn’t Like:
Where to begin…
There are three main problems with this website.
First, the company makes you sign-up to other companies to complete surveys.
It’s not actually a survey company; it simply links you to other companies.
They also receive a commission for each person that they recommend to the other companies.
It’s a sneaky way to make money as an affiliate marketer for survey websites.
Below is a snapshot of the “Members Area” which is basically a bunch of links to affiliate companies.
This is a problem for several reasons, for one, all the other survey companies have their own rules and regulations.
Not to mention different minimum pay-outs rates and some even require a monthly payment.
You really will have a hard time keeping track of your login information for each company and all their individual rules.
It can be really bothersome.
Also, I don’t like signing up for so many different services, it takes a lot of time.
You shouldn’t have to sign-up so many times just to have the pleasure of completing some tasks for peanuts.
Second, there are a lot of broken links within the members area. Out of curiosity, I clicked on a few different offers, and continued to receive this error:
When you click “Here” the page is refreshed with the same error.
I clicked on about 5 different offers and received the same error, until I finally found one with a link that worked.
There was also a broken link in the welcome email that I received, I unsubscribed immediately!
Third, the company does not pay members directly, in fact, they don’t pay at all.
It’s a little strange, because they claim to pay members.
Once you sign-up, it’s clear that most of the information on the homepage is false.
So if you thought that you would be able to find some high-paying offers to complete with this website, think again.
Generally speaking; this website has a lot of problems.
I doubt these problems will be fixed anytime soon.
It’s a very low quality survey portal and I really don’t recommend it.
I seriously doubt this website makes any cash, maybe a few referrals here and there, but I deleted my account as soon as I found out what it’s really about. I’m sure a lot of people have done the same.
If you promise something; it would make sense to deliver.
But, not everyone seems to think so; that’s why there are so many scams online today.
Tip: real, legitimate businesses that solve a real problem and provide value earn far more than scams.
What I Liked:
Well, honestly, very – very – little.
But, at least it’s free, and they don’t really ask you to buy into other products.
You don’t have to worry about losing your hard earned cash.
So, that’s one upside.
So if you’re wondering if you can make money taking surveys online, and Survey Recruiters pops into your mind, think again.
You won’t be able to make money with this website.
It’s a cheap attempt to promote other survey companies.
Granted, some of the other survey companies have some decent tasks to complete, but it’s rare the you will be able to snag one before the other desperate members.
Survey Recruiters is another make money taking surveys scam and you should avoid it.
Most companies that promise top-dollar for simple tasks are almost always a scam.
Maybe some actually pay members, but the amount that you earn per hour is so low that it’s really not worth the trouble.
There are plenty of other things that you can do online that are far more profitable.
For instance, what I do, is so much more profitable than wasting time on junk survey websites.
Have you had any experience with survey companies? Leave a comment below and let me know.
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