Surveyeah Review: Open to 100+ Countries

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Surveyeah is one of the many survey sites out there, however, what makes them a lot different than most is that they are open to a lot more countries than average, such as India and South Africa, to name a few.  It’s not just limited to the United States.

Whether you’re looking for more ways to make money with surveys or maybe you want to learn more about Surveyeah, I wanted to let you know how the platform works as well as what you can expect to make.  As with most survey sites, you will never make a ton of money, even with the best ones.  However, as long as you’re happy with $1 to $10 per day, then it could be something to consider.

As you’re about to see, Surveyeah may be one of your better options, no matter where you live in the world.

What is Surveyeah?

Surveyeah, part of Tradatech SRL,  was founded in 2014 and has slowly transformed into one of the more popular survey sites on the internet, mainly because they have panels for more than 100+ countries.

Based in Italy, the company created a very easy-to-use survey platform and primarily focuses on survey opportunities.  You won’t find low-paying offers such as watching videos or completing spammy offers.  I will get into the money-making opportunities next.

Indeed, the company is legit, so there’s no worry here if you’re worried about being paid.  There’s a lot of proof online that they do pay out.

While Surveyeah focuses mainly on surveys, they do have other ways to earn, such as contests and certain offers.  Below, I will explain how the company works in detail.

Complete Your Profile

Before you even start taking surveys, you will want to complete your survey in its entirety so that you can maximize your survey invites.  This can be said about any survey site because they need to get to know who you are.  After all, why should they send you a survey on a dog if you don’t even own one?

When you sign up, you will see your profile progress, as seen above, and I highly recommend you fill it out to maximize your survey opportunities.  While it is optional and you don’t get paid, you will notice you WON’T see survey invites if you don’t fill it out.

There are about 15~ categories and it should take you about 15 to 25 minutes to complete.

The Surveys

Once you complete your profile, you can then start to see surveys, which will show up in your “surveys” tab on your dashboard.

When you click on that tab, you will then have to wait for a list of surveys to load.  Again, this will depend on your profile, so if you haven’t completed it, there could be a good chance you won’t see much.

For example, my profile wasn’t filled out in its entirety when I was writing this review, so I didn’t see much.  You can see what my dashboard looked like below.

Aside from the Surveyeah surveys, you can also “find more surveys from 1 points,” which will direct you to a third-party offerwall, which can be found on almost any survey-like site.

In this case, when I clicked on it, I was directed to the Tap Research platform.

Most surveys will be in the 5-15 minute range and pay about one to five points a piece.  Everything you need to know is presented to you before you even take a survey.  Just make sure that the survey you take is always worth your time.

What Are Surveyeah Points Worth?

The points will vary depending on where you live.

For example, I live in the United States and it would take 160 points to earn a $20 gift card.  That means every 8 points are worth $1 in rewards.

This can change, of course, so make sure to click on that rewards page if you do sign up to see what your rewards are worth.

How Many Surveys Will I Get?

I say this all of the time when I get this question, but it will greatly depend on where you live, your demographics as well as when you log in.

If you were to live in the United States and had great demographics, then you could see multiple survey invites a day.  However, if you lived in say, Nigeria, you could be lucky to see a few a month.

When you sign up, just make sure your email notifications are set in case you forget to log in since they will email you whenever a survey option arises.

In the end, I feel you will get a decent amount of surveys, at least in comparison to the competitors, but don’t expect to make a ton of money.


When it comes time to cash out, they don’t offer a whole lot of options.  Like the points system, what rewards you have available to you will depend on where you live.

In the United States, for instance, I was offered the following reward options:

  • Walmart ($20)
  • Amazon ($40)
  • PayPal ($40)

They have some of the best reward options, however, as you can see, the minimum redemption rate is quite high.

In comparison to most competitors, $20 to $40 is one of the highest I have seen.  A good redemption rate should always be in the $1 to $5 range.

If you do start, it will take you some time, unfortunately, to reach this minimum rate.

Signing Up

If you are interested in signing up for an account after reading all of this, then the process is simple.

All they require from you is your email, gender, birthday and zip/postal code.

And, as mentioned prior, the nice thing about Surveyeah is that it’s open to a ton of countries, at least 120+.  To see if your country is accepted, simply head to the sign-up page and then use the country drop-down menu to see if your country is there.  If it is, you can sign up for the panel.

Another nice thing is that you need to be at least 15+ years old, however, if you are younger than 18, you will need parental consent.

The Pros:

  • open to 100+ countries
  • easy to use
  • legitimate company

The Cons:

  • payment threshold is high
  • lots of screening out for surveys (common in industry, though)
  • won’t make a ton

Final Thoughts

5/10Surveyeah doesn’t seem too bad, but I definitely wouldn’t consider it my favorite.  The thing I don’t like is that they have a high redemption rate and the surveys are quite limited in comparison to better competitors like and Swagbucks, for example.  If you’re looking for better options, they definitely exist.

In the end, I would say join if you live outside of the United States because they work with a lot of countries.  This is something that I don’t see all that often.  If you live in the United States, I would say it’s a meh.  Nothing special.

That’s going to do it for now.

As always, if you want to comment on your experience, you’re more than welcome to do so in the comments section 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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