MySurveyJobs.com claims to be the most popular place to earn cash and rewards for sharing your thoughts. This seems to be quite the claim, seeing there are hundreds of very reputable companies that pay you for your opinion.
Could this be true about MySurveyJobs.com? Maybe.
In today’s review, I signed up for MySurveyJobs.com to see what it’s all about. I’ve seen it pop up before and I felt it was time to sign up to maybe save you some time. As always, whenever I review something, I sign up, play around with the site and then offer my opinion. I’m always honest, never recommending something I personally wouldn’t use. You can count on that.
If you’re looking for a way to make money online, maybe $25 to $50 a week, this may be an opportunity. Let’s find out!
What is MySurveyJobs?
According to the official website, MySurveyJobs.com bridges the gap between businesses and consumers to offer a “win-win scenario” for everyone. You give your opinion and companies pay you.
The company claims to have “exclusive” relationships with the largest market research companies, but I will put that in quotes as these relationships aren’t too hard to form. In the footer in small print, they say they are an aggregator of market research and links and they do not pay you to complete surveys. I have researched many companies like this before, and 100% of the time, they aren’t worth your time as they ask for personal information and then present you with a list of surveys that you can find anywhere online for free. This is probably the case with this company, but we will find out.
I couldn’t find much in terms of who runs it, other than that it’s “MySurveyJobs.” In researching that company name, I couldn’t find much aside from the reviews like the one I’m writing now. I did find an address in the emails (382 NE 191st St, Miami, FL 33179, United States), which seemed to be an apartment complex. This usually isn’t a good sign.
Signing up for MySurveyJobs
If you want to sign up and get started, all you need to do is follow the “Get Started” button prominently displayed on the front page.
In doing so, it will ask you a few questions, such as how much you want to make, when you can work, as well as how many hours you can commit to these surveys. It seems no matter what answers you put in, it will take you to an account sign-up page at the end, asking for your name, email and phone. As a warning, I highly advise you to skip this as you will get bombarded with spam. I usually give my opinion at the end, but let me tell you, it’s not worth your time. Please trust me.
I went ahead and signed up for an account just to let you know what happens thereinafter. After you give out this personal information, the company will then present you with a video and ask you to create an account on a few sites that I already promote such as Inbox Dollars and Branded Surveys, to name a few. They also bombard you with constant pop-up ads, asking if you want to walk away from $100 or make $397 a day from home.
It that’s not enough, they have prompts while you’re on the site claiming people make $90 taking a 10-minute survey. Seriously? I have been doing this for quite some time and have never experienced this. I have been paid well north of $100 before, but it took me well over an hour to earn it.
In other words, they will push survey companies that make them money and then try to get you to sign up for a “make money at home” program. It’s nothing of value, and guess what? They now have your email and phone number!
It’s Not Worth Your Time
I have reviewed many of these sites before, and frankly, they are not worth your time and let me explain why.
For starters, the company could easily just list a bunch of reputable surveys like I do and call it a day, but no, they want more than that. They want your email, phone number and they want to pushy sleazy make money online programs. Sure, while I promote some things that make me a few dollars, I don’t make you sign up to see a list. Plus, when you’re finally able to see the list, they only promote what makes them money. There are so many other options out there and they don’t even come close to what’s available. Sure, while the options they do note are legit, it’s only listed because they pay the highest commission.
In the end, avoid, avoid, avoid. Did I say it enough?
All you’re going to do is hand over your email to get spammed. Who knows what they do with your phone number? Hey, if they can grab it, they will sell it, I suppose.
The company doesn’t offer anything of value, and it isn’t worth your time, so I hope I saved you some time in this review.
If you want to make money completing surveys, it can be done, but don’t expect $90 per 10 minutes like some of their users “claim.” If interested, check out some of these companies that pay top dollar. I promise you don’t need to give me information.
As always, if you want to vent as I did, you’re more than welcome to do so in the comments below.
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