Will ePoll Surveys Scam You Silly? ePoll Surveys Review

epoll surveys reviewIs ePoll Surveys worth it? Or will ePoll Surveys scam you out of your precious time? Find out by reading this ePoll Surveys review.

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ePoll Surveys — How It Works

It’s easy to sign up to ePoll Surveys. Just create an account and take a short profile survey, which includes information about your age, demographics, and habits. You will earn 100 points for this survey. All personal information is securely encrypted via https.

Then, from time to time, surveys will be sent to you via email. Expect to receive a couple of surveys per month or something like that. ePoll itself says that surveys are sent once every 4-6 weeks, but it really depends on the demand.

Surveys vary in the length of time it takes to complete them and how many points you earn for each one. For example, one survey I took lasted about 5-10 minutes and was worth 350 points. Other surveys may take longer than that. Sometimes, ePoll will send you video surveys — meaning that you watch a video and then answer questions about it.

Once you get 3,750 points, you can start cashing out your rewards. For 3,750 points, you can get $5 cash via Paypal or a $5 gift card. You can start donating your rewards to charity at 2,750 points if you choose to do so. Rewards take an average of 6-8 weeks to be delivered.

ePoll also has monthly drawings, where 50 members win $20 each.

Can You Trust ePoll Surveys?

ePoll is a BBB accredited business and has been around since 1997. They have an A+ rating with the BBB (under their parent company name, Bridge Entertainment Inc). They always respond to complaints and resolve them. So yes, they are pretty legit.

Of course, don’t expect to make a lot of money with ePoll. It just doesn’t work that way — if ePoll would pay you so much money, nobody would ever go to work again, and everyone would just stay at home and take surveys. Rates of just a few dollars an hour are common.

So, Will ePoll Surveys Scam You? Can It Really Be True?

No, ePoll Surveys will not scam you. It is a totally legit company. However, it is only good for making some extra pocket cash from time to time, or earning a few gift cards a year.

It’s not a bad thing to do if you have extra time on your hands with nothing to do. But don’t consider it “work” or a “job.” Also be prepared to wait some time before receiving your rewards. If you are looking for a better alternative to making money online, click here.

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5 Comments

  1. Jaylin

    I’ve seen plenty of sites like these and personally I’m not a big fan. They’re not “scams” at least not all of them are, but I personally don’t find them to be very good ways to make money. They give chump change, which I wouldn’t mind so much, except I find the task they ask me to do to be repetitive, daunting, and unrewarding personally. Especially with survey sites, which either litter my email with spam, or are something I can’t qualify for.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Jaylin!

      I completely agree. It’s a waste of time dealing with all of this, and takes away from concentrating on more important stuff.

      All the best,

      Ben

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  2. Craig

    Hi,

    While it may not be a scam you are right in saying we shouldn’t expect to make a lot of money. I have never used this one but I was interested in it until I read your review.

    I have experience using other survey companies like Survey Savvy but I am yet to find one that pays well.

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    1. Ben (Post author)

      Hi Craig,

      You’re right. If you do want to use this company, be aware that it’s only good for some extra cash from time to time.

      All the best,

      Ben

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      1. Craig

        Thanks Ben,

        I heard that Opinion Outpost is one of the better ones but I haven’t signed up with them yet. Do you have any experience using them?

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        1. Ben (Post author)

          Hi Craig,

          Opinion Outpost is indeed better than other survey sites. However, it still is not a way to make anything real online. You can read a review of it here.

          All the best,

          Ben

          Reply

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