Survimo Surveys Review: Nothing Special Here

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Survimo surveys is one I came across the other day when I was browsing the Google Play app store.  What stuck out to me was that they were poorly rated.  I’m talking a 2.2/5.  That’s pretty bad for a survey app  With a rating that low, I wanted to see if the community was right.  In most cases, they are, but I always like to make sure.

In today’s review, I wanted to show you how Survimo surveys work, the rewards available and if it’s worth your time.

As in all of my reviews, I’m always 100% honest and you can trust me in that I will only recommend what I feel is worth your time.

Let’s begin.

What is Survimo?

According to the official website, Survimo was founded in 2014 and is part of a global market research exchange known as Opinodo.  They have conducted millions of completed online surveys and the number seems to still be growing.

At first glance, the company seems to be legitimate.  The website looks professional, it’s easy to browse and doesn’t give off a spammy vibe.  However, just because the website is legitimate, it doesn’t always mean it’s worth your time.

Earning Money with Survimo

The problem with Survimo is that it doesn’t offer anything unique.  Rather, they partnered with a company called CINT, which is an offerwall of sorts that so many survey companies work with.

While there’s nothing wrong with CINT, you’re not going to find anything unique.  Instead, you would be much better off signing up with a company that has more than just one offerwall.  I have talked about companies before that deal with CINT, such as Triaba, for instance.

If you were to stick around, however, you will see surveys, but you will have to fill out 150+ profile questions in order to start seeing a lot of targeted invites.

While the profile is optional, you will soon find out that not filling out the demographic profile will lead to a lot of disqualifications, which will only lead to frustrations.

Many of the surveys you see above in that screenshot, for example, popped up when I signed up.  In most cases, I would only qualify for about 10-15% of these.

How Many Surveys Will I Get?

The nice thing about CINT is that they supply a lot of survey invites.  If you’re in the right demographic, you can easily see 20+ invites a day, sometimes much more.

Now, you won’t always qualify for all of them, but it shouldn’t be all that hard to qualify for around two to five a day.

How Much Can I Make?

How much you’re going to make will depend on a few factors, such as your demographics as well as how often you log in.

Most surveys will pay about $0.30 to $2.50+, but if you choose the right ones, you can make about $5+ a day, sometimes much more.

Even the best survey sites won’t make you much, but if you’re happy with a few dollars here or there to save up for whatever, it can be a decent side gig.

Why All the Bad Reviews?

As I mentioned in the intro, the company had a ton of bad reviews.


Some found that a lot of surveys screened them out, moreso than most.

Other people said they saw ads when they signed up and it was hard to use.  This was the case with the app, but I didn’t see the problem on the desktop version.

I’ll be honest that the app doesn’t seem all that great, so you probably want to avoid it, but I didn’t have a problem with the desktop version at all.


When it comes time to cash out, you will need at least $10 in rewards to do so.

You can choose from an Amazon gift card, GCodes or PayPal payout.  You can also choose a virtual Visa gift card if you have at least $25.

Payouts take 48 hours and will come directly from CINT, not Survimo it seems.

Final Thoughts

5/10In the end, Survimo uses the CINT platform, which is nothing special.  A lot of companies use third parties similar to this, only that they have a lot more options.   Swagbucks and are a few that come to mind.

While CINT is great, I just think you can do much better elsewhere.

Again, there’s no scam to be seen here.  You just can invest your time better with so many other sites.  That’s just my opinion, though.

That’s going to wrap it up.

As always, if you want to comment on your experience with the site, feel free to sound off 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.


  • Survimo? No. Endless succession of Google ads every day, don’t respond to messages, zero customer interaction. Why would you want to use a service that advertises the hell out of you and then doesn’t want your custom? Zero

  • I think the site doesn’t have many surveys available daily, so it gets a lot of negative reviews on platforms like Trustpilot.