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BBB Accredited Survey Sites W/ B Rating or Better

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If the thought of taking surveys interest you but you’re leery of the company you’re working with, I get it!  There are a ton of scams out there and the last thing you want to have happen is see your hard work go to waste.

In today’s guide, I wanted to talk about the many survey companies that have a B or better BBB rating.  While I’m not reliant on the BBB entirely, I get why some of you want a great BBB rating.  It can at least give you a perspective as to what the public thinks about it.

And, if you’re unfamiliar with this non-profit organization, it was founded in 1912 and was designed to rank millions of businesses, acting as a neutral party, giving the business a percentage score, which, in turn, leads to a grade from an A+ to F.  If you have a complaint, many turn to the organization to help them remedy any problem they may have.

Noted below you will find a variety of survey sites that have a B or better as of this publishing.

Best BBB Approved Survey Sites

Swagbucks (A- Rating)

Swagbucks, operated by Prodege, LLC, has a solid A- rating and close to a 4/5 customer rating.  While the company has had a lot of complaints filed against them, the company has done a great job remedying the situation. Most of the complaints I read dealt with surveys not crediting after completing, which seems to be commonplace among most survey sites.  To help prevent this from happening, I always recommend taking screenshots upon completion just for your records.

Being one of the largest survey sites I recommend all too often, it’s a great platform to complete surveys as well as take advantage of offers.  Check in every so often and you can even take advantage of focus groups, where you can earn up to $75.

Swagbucks is 100% free to join and you can follow the link below to take advantage of any free offers they may have at the moment.



Survey Junkie (B Rating)

Survey Junkie is one of the larger companies on the list, but they don’t have the greatest rating.  When I took a look at their complaints, many noted they had a tough time redeeming rewards, but the company said it was mostly user error.  Personally, I have never had a problem with the company.  Some didn’t like the verification process they had to go through.

The company has been accredited since 2017 and holds a very high reputation, even though they have a B rating.

As one of the simplest survey sites around, it’s as easy as signing up and then completing any of the surveys found on your dashboard.  It’s 100% free to join and you can get started in minutes.

Quick Thoughts (A+ Rating)

Quick Thoughts, only available as an app, is one of my favorites.  Almost every survey pays more than $1 and I can easily earn $5+ per day.   Best of all, you can cash out immediately.

Now, as with anything, there are downsides.  For example, you can only cash out via Amazon or iTunes, but this may not be a concern to some.  Also, it’s only available via an app, which can be a con to those who want to use their desktop.

Quick Thoughts is part of Dynata, a very reputable research company, and they have been in business for 19+ years.

MyPoints (A- Rating)

MyPoints, also operated by Prodege, LLC, operates in the same way as Swagbucks, and it’s one that I keep high on my list, mainly because they often offer the best survey opportunities as well as offers.

On any given day, I can log into my account and find at least 20+ survey opportunities, many of which pay anywhere from $0.50 to $2+ each.  If you log in frequently, you can easily earn a few dollars a day.  Remember, survey sites aren’t going to help you retire early.  Rather, picture it as a way to supplement a meal here and there.  As long you have that mindset, it makes it that much better.

Branded Surveys (B Rating)

Branded Surveys is another one I have reviewed and found it to be rated quite highly.  With that being said, I feel the BBB doesn’t do it any justice.

With Branded, the premise is very simple.  Answer the survey questions and then get rewarded in points, in which you can cash out for a variety of rewards.  You can easily earn up to $5 a day if you log in frequently from my research.

Branded has been accredited since 2014.

Tellwut (A+ Rating)

Tellwut is another survey site I have reviewed before and found it to be quite different than the many survey sites I have played around with as it focused a lot on polls.

For every survey you complete, you will earn points, in which you can cash out for a variety of gift card options as well as prepaid Visa cards.

The company has been part of the BBB since 2013 with the best rating you can receive.

Survey Savvy (A+ Rating)

Survey Savvy, operated by Luth Research, scores a solid A+ BBB rating, being accredited since 1993.  This makes it one of the oldest on the list.

The thing I like about Survey Savvy is that their surveys tend to pay more than your typical survey panel as most surveys, at least from what I saw, paid about $1 each, sometimes as much as $15+.  Also, you only need $1 to cash out, making it one of the lowest minimums on the market.

Of course, Survey Savvy is 100% free to join and it only takes seconds to do.



PointClub (A+ Rating)

PointClub is another I have reviewed in the past and found them to be alright.  When I signed up, I had plenty of survey opportunities, most of which paid upwards of $3.

PointClub has been accredited since 2019 and has a fairly straightforward sign-up process, where you can get started in a few minutes.

Once you hit at least $25 in rewards, you can request a payout.

InboxDollars (A- Rating)

InboxDollars is another company operated by Prodege, LLC, one that has an A- rating, as mentioned above.

The nice thing about InboxDollars is that they use a simple cash system, so it’s very easy to know what you’re earning whenever you complete a survey, etc.  Aside from surveys, you can also earn cash in watching videos, using search engines and even completing offers.

Once you hit $15 in rewards, you can cash out for a variety of gift card options as well as PayPal.

Toluna (A+ Rating)

Toluna has a solid A+ BBB rating with a few complaints in comparison to the bigger names mentioned earlier.  Keep in mind that most people go to the BBB to complain, so you won’t find many people leaving positive remarks.

I have reviewed Toluna before and found the company to be okay; however, they were the only survey company to deactivate my account for whatever known reason.  I have joined countless survey sites and this was the first to have it happen.  While I won’t hold it against them, from what I read, it does seem to be an okay survey company.  Again, don’t expect to get rich.

Toluna is one of the last I would join on this list, but if you do join, keep in mind the minimum payout is at least $30, making it one of the higher options on the list.

American Consumer Opinion (A+ Rating)

The American Consumer Opinion, operated by Decision Analyst, Inc., has a solid A+ BBB rating.  The company has more than seven million members and has been accredited with the BBB since the early 2000s.

American Consumer Opinion, also known as ACOP, focuses more on shorter surveys, which can pay up to 5,000 points or $50 in earnings.  However, most are in the $0.50 to $2 range.  After you reach 1,000 in points, a $10 value, you can cash out via PayPal.

This company doesn’t offer the most survey invites, but I have found them to be okay for your survey needs.

Harris Poll Online (A- Rating)

Harris Poll Online is yet another survey company with a solid A- BBB rating.

Every survey can pay around 100 to 150 points on average, and you will need 1,250 points to cash out for a $10 gift card.  It’s not as popular as the many, but it should provide enough surveys to earn a few dollars a month.  How many surveys you will receive will greatly depend on your demographics.

Harris Poll isn’t accredited, however, the BBB gave them a high rating based on the business information they researched.

Final Thoughts

There you have it.

These are some of my favorite survey sites that have a solid BBB rating of a B or higher.  Keep in mind that some survey sites have a mediocre BBB rating, but I never had any problems with them.  Take InstaGC, for example.  I have used them for years yet they have a C+ rating.  I just mention this as you will want to take the BBB rating with a grain of salt.  It isn’t as important as it used to be, at least to me.

For now, always check out my site or just search for the company + “review” in your search to see what other people are saying.  Usually, this can at least give you an idea as to whether or not you’re dealing with a legitimate company. The more you know, the more you can be assured you’re dealing with a legitimate source.

That’s going to wrap it up.

As always, if you want to comment on what I have already written or you want to add a company to the list, you’re more than welcome to do so in the comments below.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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