Is Survey Voices a Scam or Legit? Survey Voices Review

Is Survey Voices a scam? Or is it legit? How much money can you make with them, and how? Find out by reading this Survey Voices review.

is survey voices a scamSurvey Voices: Can You Really Make Money?

Can you really take surveys and get paid for them at Survey Voices (Surveyvoicesusa.com)? The answer is, not quite.

You see, it’s easy to sign up to Survey Voices, but they don’t really have anything to offer you. Survey Voices really is just a front to get you to sign up to other survey websites and to show you advertisements.

Survey Voices: The Signup Process

The first thing you’ll have to do when signing up at Survey Voices is fill out some basic information about yourself, such as your address, your phone number, and your birth date. I was a little concerned about this, because the web page where the form was on was not secure, and the information would be easy for hackers to find. Therefore, I actually entered just a street name and an incorrect birth date.

After signing up, I was shown a few advertisements. You can optin to each advertisement and give the advertiseers your email address, or you can just choose the “skip” option at each ad.

After being shown one ad after another, I was shown a whole new list of opportunities all at once (including “many make money online” types of stuff), and I was given the option of  signing up to those sites by clicking the “yes” button that was next to each of them.

And after all those advertisements, I was finally taken to the surveys. But wait a minute! Instead of being shown surveys, I was shown a list of other surveys sites to sign up for, including some I have already reviewed on Can It Really Be True, such as Vindale Research and MySurvey.

And that was it. That’s all they had to offer. No surveys of their own. Notice that if you visit their website you will see no way of signing in. That’s because there’s no need to, since they offer nothing besides showing you other survey sites and offers when you sign up.

So, Is Survey Voices a Scam? Can It Really Be True?

No, Survey Voices is not a scam. But it’s not worth anything, either. All they do is show you offers and other survey sites that you can find yourself. Of course, they make some money through their advertising efforts, but you get nothing out of it.

Survey Voices is a legit site. It’s not going to steal your money of anything. But it has nothing to offer.

If you are looking for real and legit ways to make money online, check these out.

16 Comments

  1. Sandra Stevens

    It would appear to be just that…A scam to get you to try products they advertise to make money themselves. I have fallen for this a couple of times by trying a product and forgetting about the deadline for canceling and have been charged big for credit reports I thought would be free as advertised only to be tricked into a different site that charges. Also got caught with Early Moments Dr. Seuss books. Anyway, what I am saying is; not only is this a huge waist of time , instead of making money that I could really use, I ended up paying for things that I really did not want but did to get the so called payment owed to me. Should be against the law. Would be nice to truly find a legitimate way to make money on line as I am taking care of my husband and really can not go out for work and there is not much work available in the small town that I live in…Thanks for sharing information about these crooked survey sites.

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    1. Sandra Stevens

      If they are not a scam, where is my check promised me in the email sent to me??? Never seem to get close because if you decide not to take advantage of their silver, gold and Platinum offers, you go no further. So would that be considered false information?

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      1. Ben (Post author)

        Hi Sandra!

        We’re geting a let of people complaining about emails where they promise money. I never saw one of those, but it’s good that you’re warning people — thanks for stopping by and letting us know!

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  2. Michael Cortez

    how do u recieve the money that they send you emails saying you have earned everytime i click on them it just takes me to another survey

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Michael,

      I’m not sure…I think the emails are just saying that they will pay you if you take the survey. That’s why you’re taken to a survey. If they wanted to pay you, I would assume that they would just send the money to your Paypal account.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. I am Gullible

    How do you unsubscribe to it? When I click the Unsubscribe link, it tells me it doesn’t recognize my computer – that it’s not from the USA. Which it totally IS from the USA. Any suggestions?

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi there!

      Sorry to hear about this.

      Here’s what I would suggest: First, try clicking the unsubscribe link in a different browser or a different computer. You can also try clicking it on your smartphone.

      If that doesn’t work, contact them directly and ask to be removed from their list.

      By the way, you can just block them if you don’t want any emails from them and their unsubscribe link isn’t working. Here is the tutorial for how to block someone from sending you emails in Gmail: https://support.google.com/mail/answer/8151

      Hope you get this thing fixed!

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  4. Nate Glick

    I agree that surveys can be a good thing for those that enjoy giving their opinions but you have to watch which sites you see up at. Nobody should be bombarded by ads for simply trying to do a survey. I will be sure to stay away from Survey Voice!

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Nate!

      Yes, it is a problem. That’s how Survey Voices makes money. They don’t really have much of value to offer.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  5. John

    Thanks for this review of Survey Voices and whether it is a scam or legit.
    It sound like this just another one of those sites that don’t really offer anything of value and basically just waste you time.
    I have seen similar programs to this before, and you think that you can make some money out of it, but you end up doing a lot of work for very little reward.
    Another one to not bother with!
    Thanks 🙂

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi John!

      Yes, it is easy to run after shiny objects online if you think you will be able to make money! Unfortunately, many times it ends up being a source of frustration.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  6. Judy

    I did give them my personal info. Am I safe?

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  7. Anonymous

    I REALLY hope that I don’t get hacked. I did give my name address and phone number and birthday info etc. Do you think I am in any danger?

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Judy,

      I wouldn’t worry about it. It’s not like you entered your bank account number and PIN or social security number or anything. Just having your phone number and address is not enough for anyone to do any harm. I just mentioned it because a legitimate company would really make sure that their website is secure, even though it costs them money to do so.

      I didn’t enter my real address because it always pays to be extra careful. I also would be careful not to use any private information like your passport number, bank number, or social security number on text messaging.

      Let me know if you have any more questions, I would be glad to help in any way I can 🙂

      All the best,

      Ben

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  8. Koko

    Hi Ben, thanks for this generour review on surve voices. You just gave me enough information to know what to avoid as I grow as an affilaite and internet marketer. If it has nothing to offer but generates returns from your clicks, then its really of no good. Thanks for the heads up. Cheers

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  9. Katie

    Thank you for this information! I have always wondered about surveys because I keep hearing about them. Good to know I don’t need to waste my time! Thanks again!

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Katie,

      Yes, online surveys for money are generally a waste of time. And this company is all the more so, since it just leads you to a list of other surveys sites.

      All the best,

      Ben

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