What Is Clear Voice Surveys And Is It Good?

Ever wondered what Clear Voice Surveys was all about? Well, you can find out here! what is clear voice surveys

What Is Clear Voice Surveys
And How Does It Work?

Signing up is free. Afterward, you can start taking surveys. Surveys pay anywhere from a quarter to a few dollars, depending on the time it takes to complete the survey. If you complete a survey, your reward will go into pending mode, and it can be 2-6 weeks until the money accredited to your account.

After accumulating $10 in your account, you can redeem it through a Payoneer debit MasterCard, an Amazon e-gift card, or a $25 Dining Dough gift card.

The Payoneer card is mailed to you, and you can reload it every time you reach a $10 account balance.

Who Is Clear Voice Surveys For?

Anyone can join Clear Voice Surveys, and be rewarded with the Payoneer prepaid card. The Dining Dough gift card is only available in the US, and the Amazon gift card is available in the US, Canada, and the UK (for amazon.co.uk).

How Much Money Can I Make With Clear Voice Surveys?

Not a lot. You can make some extra dollars from time to time, though.

So… Is Clear Voice Surveys Worth It? Can It Really Be True?

I personally do not think so.

 

What Is Clear Voice Surveys

I qualified for only one survey and was rewarded with 25 cents. It’s still pending.

 

It is not that easy to qualify for surveys, though you’ll get a better chance of qualifying if you fill out your profiles. And although I read in reviews of the system before I joined (I usually read reviews before I join a program) that if disqualified, I will still earn 10 cents, I personally have not experienced such a thing. I only qualified for one survey.

 

Another downside is that it takes a long time for your account to be credited, which is a true annoyance. There also is no option of being paid via PayPal, and using the Payoneer card has its own associated fees.

Conclusion

Clear Voice Surveys is not a scam; it is legit. It is also not a terrible survey site. However, it is not the best either, as there are better survey sites out there.

As with all survey sites, you will not be able to earn a lot of money with Clear Voice Surveys. It certainly should not be viewed as a stay-at-home job. At best, you will earn some extra money from time to time in the form of a gift card.

What are your thoughts on Clear Voice Surveys? Are you a member? How was the cashing out? Have you ever tried Dining Dough? And do YOU get 10 cents when disqualified? Leave your review below!

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10 Comments

  1. Mei

    Interesting post, never heard of clear voice surveys!
    I have had experience in other survey programs and haven’t had much success.

    I agree with you, although easy, payout is usually very little. Small payouts make it difficult to earn any amount of money, let alone as income. I’d say my time is much more than a few cents or dollars.

    Plus many programs limit the number of surveys you can take. Does clear voice surveys do something similar? Do they have a limit or is it unlimited?

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Mei,

      Yes, there is a limited amount of surveys you can take with Clear Voice. It’s not because of any rules they make, it’s just because they don’t have enough surveys for everyone to take them all day.

      All the best,

      Ben

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  2. Daybe

    It sounds like it’s more of a hassle than a rewarding site. I think most survey sites take up more time to get around then they actually pay out. I recently signed up for a survey company called E-Rewards and while the surveys are not that long they take forever to find surveys that you might be qualified for.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Yes Daybe, the amount of time that must be put in until you actually find a survey that you qualify for make the whole thing not worth. This is especially so considering that you only get paid at a rate of around a dollar an hour, or even less. For example, if you get paid 25 cents for a 20-minute survey, that is just three quarters an hour! And if you spent 10 minutes until you found a survey you were qualified for, that’s a measly fifty cents an hour, or $4 for an eight-hour workday.

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  3. Alan Roy Hocking

    Hi Ben

    Thanks for your thorough review of Clear Voice Surveys.

    I often see these “Get paid to take surveys” sites being blasted all over Twitter and other social network sites and I was intrigued as to whether you could actually make any money with them.

    From what you have said it would appear that although Clear Voice Surveys may not be a scam, the payout and time you have to wait to build up any sort of money just doesn’t seem worth the effort you have to put in!

    Alan 🙂

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Unfortunately, the same holds true for the entire online surveys industry 🙁

      Reply
  4. Darren

    A lot of these survey companies take forever to pay you out after a request. I’ve done surveys for more than 20 companies over the years and most are slow, as well as paying really life for the time you put in. I’ve never been involved with Clear Voice Surveys before. Is a Payoneer card the only way you can get paid in “cash”?

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Yeah, that’s it. And it comes with it’s own fees, to boot.

      Reply
  5. Natalya

    Hi Ben!
    Thank you for this post. I am not a member of Clear Voice Survey, but I have tried to make some extra money via surveys before. Well, it didn’t went well, I just gave up as money was so little and waiting time to get to the point of redemption so long. I am still thinking about surveys from time to time, so if you have a good survey site to recommend I will appreciate it.

    Reply
    1. Ben (Post author)

      Don’t really know of a good one:( Perhaps check out Opinion Outpost? It’s not that bad. I have a list of some survey sites, just click on Online Surveys in the menu on top.

      Reply

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