Research Unlimited: Scam Or Legit? Full Research Unlimited Review

research unlimited scam reviewIs Research Unlimited a scam? Or is it legit? Find out with the Unlimited Research review.

Research Unlimited — A Research Company for Health Issues

Research Unlimited is a research company that was founded and is managed by a bunch of doctors. It focuses primarily on researching health issues, including stuff like smoking and substance abuse. They are particularly interested in minority communities and how they are affected by these issues. You can find out more on their website (ResearchUnlimited.com). They have a mobile app in the making as well.

Can You Make Money With Research Unlimited?

Research Unlimited often has research projects and studies on the above-mentioned issues. They do offer monetary compensation for participating in their projects.

However, if you are here looking for a way to make money online, this is not what you are looking for. Research Unlimited is not like the other scammy survey companies you will find online. Instead, they are a real research company, and you may have to show up in person to a laboratory in order to participate in the project, besides for answering questions by phone and/or email.

If you do want to join this research company, all you have to do is visit their website. Just indicate that you are a participant. You will be taken to a page where you can enter your details. Research Unlimited will then contact you with research opportunities if they come up. You don’t have to participate in a study if you don’t want to.

So, Is Research Unlimited a Scam? Can It Really Be True?

Research Unlimited definitely looks like the real thing to me. I couldn’t find any BBB information on them, though I did find the LinkedIn profile of one of the co-founders, along with some recommendations from other professors.

I personally will not participate in any of their projects, because it’s just not my thing. However, if you enjoy taking part in studies, this is a good place to do it, and you will be compensated for your efforts.

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12 Comments

  1. Jerry

    They said I won 50,000 dollars it’s a scam always is

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  2. Lori Gayle

    SCAM. Never did anything with them but got an email saying they have a 24 pack of Pepsi just need to get directions. Really??? They think I would fall for that? I don’t even drink that poison.

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    1. Dawviyd Swopes

      OMG Thats legit what they did to me they said i won $200 when i have never even been on there site

      Reply
  3. Ronnell

    I am with you, Clint Johnson, Thus far I’ve earned a total of $118.50 and although I am awaiting my PayPal card in the mail, I’ve offered these people everything but my personal information (for example), a debit card of which they could’ve deposited my 2 months overdue compensation. What’s worst is their (seemingly) disregard to communicate with me online, despite the litany of “sent” messages I’ve submitted regarding my past due compensation. I have no choice but to agree with you entirely and take the advice of Ben and delete the unsubstantiated Email(s), without regard to who sent them. I’ve learned a valuable lesson one time (too many), having had my Computer hacked more recently than I’d care to admit.
    Thanks, For The Heads Up,
    Ron B.

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  4. Clint Johnson

    I believe it’s a scam I filled out question years and surveys for this and have yet to been paid out form but they keep taking money from my credit card as of at this point they put me $200 in debt but still owe me $2,000 for surveys yeah it’s a scam

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    1. Ronnell

      You are a victim, Clint, and I get that!
      If you don’t mind my asking, how were they able to take money from your account? It seems to me that anything requiring a payment of any kind is nothing less than a con job. trusting your every word, even the so-called free surveys, having a prerequisite of the interested party, purchase or sign off, agree to a $1.00 stipend for some ridiculous discount privilege, is a scam, in and of itself.
      My Best To You, Clint,
      Ronnell…….

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  5. Robin Mullins Senger

    This is great info to have. It’s so hard to know what is legit or not and your take on these companies is valuable. I am bookmarking this site for reference for myself and my clients! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Robin!

      I’m glad you liked it! Share it with all your friends!

      All the best,

      Ben

      Reply
  6. dawn oconnor

    I have applied for medical research before but not been accepted so far, thanks for this Ill be getting in touch with the company.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Dawn,

      I hope it goes well! Medical research is important, as it helps improve society!

      Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply
      1. Adam Parmenter

        So, I got this email today that said come by 1089 Commonwealth Ave Boston Ma and get your check. 3rd attempt. So I jump right up and flew over to the spot. The UPS Store and AT&T had no idea who or where they we’re and are.
        The email also red “paid out”, my question is this. How can something be Paid Out if I have not picked up the check.

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        1. Ben (Post author)

          Hey Adam,

          I’m not sure what that was all about. Just delete those kinds of emails and block the sender address. Who knows who sent them.

          All the best,

          Ben

          Reply

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