Survey Pay App Review: Worth the Download?

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The Survey Pay app by Unmanned Procurement is a simple to use app that can help you make some small cash in your spare time.

Yes, it’s one of the many survey apps on the market.

Whether you have heard of Survey Pay on the Google Play Store and wanted to learn more about it or you want to find yet another survey app for your phone, let’s see if this app is worth the download.

In today’s review, let’s take a gander at the app and see how it works, what you can make as well as if it’s worth the download.  As in all of my reviews, I’m always 100% honest, only recommending what I feel is worth your time.

What is Survey Pay?

Survey Pay is simply a surveys/offer app, where you can get paid to take surveys, complete offers as well as watch videos from their “partner” networks.  If you have ever used a major platform like Swagbucks or Freecash, it works just like that only that it’s not as large.

It’s operated by a company called Unmanned Procurement, which, according to my research, is an “online platform that focuses on facilitating and fostering relationships between customers and suppliers.”

It seems as if it’s a legitimate company, however, the true question is if it’s worth your time.

Making Money with Survey Pay

To get started, you will first have to provide them with your name, email as well as a password.  This is typical of most survey apps and only takes a minute at most to do.

Once you sign up and confirm your email, you can immediately access your dashboard and start earning money.  It will look something such as this:

What you’re going to see is that they only work with third-party partners, known as offerwalls.

These companies provide them with the offers, and they then split the profits.  So, if an offerwall paid them $1, they may keep $0.20 and send you the rest.  This is one of the easiest ways to create an app and start making money.  It’s very hands off.

Anyways, as you scroll the app, you will see a variety of these partners, such as TapResearch, CPX Research, BitLabs and many more.

These are all legitimate apps, however, what you will find out is that these providers are on so many other apps.  In fact, in almost every survey app I review, I find these third parties.

In the end, whenever you’re making money, it will have to be through these offerwalls.

Whether you want to play games, take surveys and watch videos, there are a few ways to earn.

Whenever you complete an offer, you will get paid in “credits.”

Cashing Out

Whenever you earn 10 credits, you will be rewarded with $0.01 in rewards.  It’s not as easy as one credit per cent like most survey site.

When you’re ready to cash out, you will need at least $5 in credits to start the cash out process, which is PayPal.

Aside from PayPal, you can choose from Amazon ($10), Payoneer ($20) as well as Ethereum, Tether and Bitcoin, all of which needs at least $90 in credits.

The thresholds aren’t high, but the annoying thing is that they make you watch a lot of ads as you move throughout the app, including checking out the rewards options.

When you cash out, expect a payment within 48 hours generally.

How Much Can I Make?

With most sites like this that only work with third-party partners, I wouldn’t expect much.  I’m thinking maybe $1 to $5 a day at most, maybe a pinch more if you use the app aggressively.  However, I don’t recommend that you do so as there are much better ways to earn.

If you do decide to download, don’t expect much, only $10 to $20 a month at most.

The Pros:

  • easy to use
  • reputable third-party offerwalls
  • low payout threshold
  • PayPal and Amazon
  • helpful customer service

The Cons:

  • rewards seemed to be on the lower end in comparison to competitors
  • only works with third-party offerwalls

Final Thoughts

5/10The Survey Pay app is one of the many apps on the market that use third-party partners and offer nothing much in terms of uniqueness.  If you want a high paying app, I highly recommend better options that use the same offerwalls but have much better payouts.  This includes Swagbucks and Freecash, to name a few.

With any third-party partner, you will find that the payouts do vary and that’s why it’s so important that you compare these rates to always make sure you’re getting the best deal.  I try my best to do so, but you may find better rates than I can sometimes.

That’s going to do it for now.

As always, if you want to comment on your experience, feel free 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. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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