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Epoll Surveys Review – Can You Get Free Rewards For Opinions?

Epoll Surveys Review

Welcome to my Epoll Surveys Review

Today I will be talking about the survey panel Epoll and telling you straight up whether or not they are worth your time. I know there are many mixed opinions out there already about the panel, with many thinking they are legit and some thinking they are a scam.

You have come to the right place as in this post I'll be talking you through all you need to know about them.

While not everyone is a fan of survey sites in my opinion they can be a great way to make a passive income and this one is another one that claims to offer a an opportunity for people to get paid for there opinions. 

However not all surveys sites are as good as they promise which is why I started this site to show you the ones that do and don't pay out.

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Cybertesteurs Review – Is This French Rewards Site Legit?

In this post I'll be reviewing a rewards site called Cybertesteurs. As you may or not be able to tell this is a French based site for residents in France. 

I thought I'd take a look at them as I often get emails from people in various countries looking for opportunities to make money in thier countries.

In this Cybertesteurs review I will talking you through how they work and telling you whether or not they are legit or scam

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Surveytime.io Review – Are They Legit Or A Scam?

Surveytime.io Review

Recently I came across this site which is another survey site that is fresh on the scene that pays people to complete surveys.

They are unique to most survey sites out there, so for those of you looking to make extra cash online doing paid surveys this review may be of interest to you.

In this Surveytime.io review I will be taking you through everything you need to know about them.

I have also used the site myself and been paid out so I will be mentioning my experiences with them along the way.

So without further ado lets get into the review

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Univox Community Surveys Review (2019) – Get Paid To Do Surveys?

Univox Community Surveys Review

If your someone looking to get paid to do surveys online and giving your opinion on different things then the panel I will be talking about today might be worth looking into.

Univox Community surveys is an established survey panel that pays out people for completing surveys.

There’s a lot of survey sites out there already that are similar to Univox Community, in that you sign up for the panel and get paid.

However, is Univox worth your time and effort and if so should you join. I’ll share what I think of the site and my reasons in this review.

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Is ClickPerks A Scam Or A Genuine Site To Earn Free Rewards?

Is ClickPerks A Scam Or A Genuine Site To Earn Free Rewards

While I do review many survey sites I do also like to review what is called GPT sites, these are ones that pay you to do various things which normally include surveys. I am fan of these sites however not all of them are great and offer a genuine opportunity for you to make money.

Today in this post I will be taking a look at a GPT site called ClickPerks which claims to offer an opportunity for you to earn cash and rewards online through doing various tasks.

So if your looking to find out if ClickPerks Is a scam then make sure to read until the end as there are few things that you should know about them.

ClickPerks Review Summary

Website:

www.clickperks.com

What Are They?:

Reward Site

Cost:

Verdict:

Free

Legitimate

Summary:


Clickperks is a rewards site that targets the US, Canada and UK demographic by offering opportunities such as surveys, watching videos, completing offers, shopping online and more.


 What Is ClickPerks?

Clickperks is a GPT (Get Paid To) site owned by marketing company called React2Media and are based in New York City, US. The aim of the company is to help their clients with thier market research by connecting the business to its consumer over at ClickPerks.

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How Do You Get Started?

Before I go over how you sign up there are a few things you should know, first thing being that you must be either a US, UK or a Canadian resident in order to participate in any opportunities. You must also be 18 years old to be a member. They are the main thing should know about them as most rewards sites work the same, if you want to read the full terms and conditions then check them out on the bottom of the main page.

Anyway with that said back to the sign up process and this will take you roughly 5 minutes to do. You will be asked for a number of details these consist of age, name, gender, location and a few others, its quite simple to do.

After that and this is where my original impressions changed a little, as I was shown a few pages of offers from their partners that they encourage you to sign up for.

When I see this I do think negatively as this is something that many scams I have seen and tried have tried. My question when sites like Clickperks do this is do they think that members like to see many random 'special' offers when trying to sign up, most of them have nothing to do with surveys or earning money online. For me it takes the quality away from the site as if you look at any of the top established reward sites like Swagbucks don't have anything like this.


How Do You Make Start Making Money?

You can make money through completing like I mentioned above things like surveys, offers, watching videos, searching emails. I will go over what exactly is offered as at first glance it looks like there is alot of earning potential however I think otherwise.

1. Taking Surveys

The first way to make money using Clickperks is through taking surveys, these are not there surveys exactly but ones you will find on the majority of survey sites as these are third party ones. If you have taken surveys in the past the chances are you will recognise company's such as Peanut Labs, Adgate media, Offertoro, they do also have a few more. These pay upwards from 1 to 500 points depending on the router and the survey. 

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2. Completing Offers

Offers is another way to earn ClickPerks points on the site, on the tab you will find various priced offers where you can do various different tasks such as downloading apps, free trials, sign ups and others. From having a look at these it seems that the pay is between 5 and 100 points.

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3. Watching Videos

You can also make money by watching videos, this is probably the least efficient way to make money however if you were a few points away from withdrawal then this would prove useful. For each video you watch you get 0.05 points, which is 5 cents in real money, so you can see how you will need to watch hundreds of these in order to cash out.

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4. Shopping Online

Another way to make money is through shopping on the site, you aren't exactly making money but instead you are getting cash back when you purchase at the partnered stores.

5. Reading Emails

Reading emails is another quick way to earn a few cents on the site, while I couldn't find the opportunity on the dashboard it is something they claim to offer. As easy as it sounds though you can get paid for reading emails which is something most of us do daily.

6. Playing Games

You can make money through having a go at some of thier games, however the catch with this opportunity is that in order to earn you need to spend as they give you CP when you make in game purchases. You can also get paid at random points while playing the games for free, however that doesn't see exactly right as you not exactly getting money for your time.

7. Using Their Mobile App

While this isn't an opportunity of such but another way to earn is on the go through using there app. Here you can do what you could do on the desktop but just on their app as well, whether that's doing surveys or viewing a video.


What Rewards Are Available?

As I have mentioned throughout the review ClickPerks pay out through points, for each point it is worth $0.10. So bearing that in mind you will need 30 points to get the lowest range reward at $3. Its then an extra 50 points per $5, for example the Starbucks Gift Card the lowest one you can get starts at $15 so you will need 150 points.

Most rewards require different amounts and there are a whole host of retailers to choose from which consist of Starbucks, Amazon, Delta Airlines, Walmart, Target, MasterCard, Visa, Ebay, CVS, Kohl's, Babies 'R' Us, iTunes and  a lot more. 

ClickPerks Payout

If you would rather receive cash instead of just a gift card then you can get PayPal, however it will require you to have a balance of 250 points as that reward starts at $25.


The ClickPerks Positives and Negatives

The 'Good' Stuff

1. So Many Rewards To Choose From

This is one of the good things I found about ClickPerks is the many different payouts you can get the reward options are endless. So if you can get enough for a reward there are lots of stores to choose from to use your earnings on.

2. Pays Through PayPal

Again another nice thing I found is that among all the payout options you can get paid out in cash through the means of PayPal. This one is a mixed one as while its great they have it as its safe and quick to receive funds it does mean you will need 250 points in order to request a reward which is the lowest possible one. This means it may take you a number of months before you can request this reward, it depends on how active you are on the site.

The 'Not So Good' Stuff

1. Low Earning Potential

As with most survey panels out there you will find that the potential to make money is normally quite low and nothing changes with Clickperks. Admittedly I have tried and used survey sites that do pay out quite well and actually make it possible to make a part-time income however with ClickPerks I don't find anything special about them as the opportunities they give are quite general and basic.

I would say I have good experience when it comes to earning with reward sites and I can tell already that i would have a stressful time trying to make money with this site mainly due to the lack of opportunities. Yes at first glance initially it looks they offer various ways to earn 

2. Issues With Privacy

This is something I noticed and also heard is that there is an issue with privacy where your data is protected. They do assure you that your data is safe however on various occasions they have shared data with third party companies.

This is a major concern as with all survey panels that require you to give personal details you need that trust that any data you give them is confidential however it seems to not be the case here. 

I can't say I am particularly surprised either as going back to the registration where they give you various random offers it does seem like they are money focused by doing something like that.

3. 'Spam' Offers

I've touched upon this within this review a few times and this is something that needs talking about. I understand the offers within a reward site as this is another opportunity that can help members make money. I would also understand if the offers they gave you at the start gave you some kind of bonus but they don't which is why I question why they put it in. Obviously its something to help them make money but to be honest it comes across quite spammy as for most of them they are irrelevant. 


Is ClickPerks Legit?

ClickPerks does appear to be a legitimate site to earn money with despite the negatives I did highlight, which is why if you are thinking of trying them out to see if they are a site for that you make sure you consider the negatives I have mentioned in the review.

With that said I don't really see the big deal with ClickPerks and they do seem to be over hyped as they don't offer much more than any of the other sites that I have tried. 


My 'Worth It' Rating

2/5


What do you think to ClickPerks? Have any questions or opinions you would like to throw my way?

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Is Level Rewards A Scam Or Make Money Doing Offers?

Is Level Rewards A Scam

Welcome to my Level Rewards Review!

This is an interesting one for me as I haven't tried too many sites like Level Rewards as the concept to this one is quite unique and offers a new way to make money online. However whether they are worth it or not is the question and I'll be answering that in this review.

When I first came across this site a few days ago I was unsure about the concept and how it works. In this review I will be taking you through how they work, whether they are worth it and most importantly whether or not is Level Rewards a scam.

Level Rewards Review Summary

Website:

www.levelrewards.com

What Are They?:

Reward Site

Cost:

Verdict:

Free

Legitimate

Summary:


A rewards site that pays members to complete offers and refer people to Level Rewards.


 What Is Level Rewards?

Level Rewards are a reward site (a site that pays you to complete various tasks) which offer opportunity's for you to make a passive income online but with there own spin on it.

The spin is that unlike with other reward sites where you are actively completing offers, surveys, etc it depends on how many people you refer to the site on who how much you earn.

Level Rewards Offers

Level Rewards pays you to refer other people to the site, you then get paid when your referrals join and complete offers. It sounds complex to start with but when you get familiar with it it does begin to get easier to understand. There are different levels of earnings

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What Is The Point Of Level Rewards?

Your probably wondering what is the point of Level Rewards as there is no surveys involved so no market research and also they seem to pay out quite a lot. As you see from there main page there is a payout of $20 via PayPal and I've heard they pay upwards of $100. 

How it works is Level Rewards work with a number of company's that are looking to advertise there products and businesses which is why you will see a range of different offers.

For e.g one offer I saw was for a well known UK betting company called William Hill, and the offer says that you need to open up a new account and bet 10 pounds to get 30 pounds in bonuses. The point of this offer is the company is looking to attract potential customers, so therefore is advertising this offer. So for each time this offer gets completed William Hill will pay out to Level Rewards (through what is called affiliate marketing) and then from there Level Rewards will use some of that money to pay out there members through there reward site system.

I used that example a lot however process goes for all of the offers on the site. The only difference is that some offers will be free which means you won't require to buy anything or input a credit card details compared to paid ones which are the opposite and require them.


So How Does Level Rewards Pay Out?

At level Rewards they have different levels in place, so for each offer you complete you are working up the ladder of the levels. The 1st level requires 1 offer and then the 2nd level requires you to complete at least 2 of the offers and so on and on, you get the jist of how it works.

Now where most people get confused or even wrong is that this will make you money and that you will get paid per level you complete or offer. However that's not how the site works, which may seem strange as you will find other reward sites with the same offers that will result in a straight out payout.

The money comes in to the equation once you have hit level 1 so you will need to complete one offer and then you will be eligible to invite other people like your friends and family. For every person you refer to Level Rewards that reaches level 1 you will get $5 and this goes up each time they go up a level, so if one of your referrals carry's on doing offers and reaches level 2 you will then get another $5 to make it $10.

The small catch however is that you do need to be on that level for you to get paid, so if a referral reaches a level higher then your current one then you will not get paid. Its one of those sites where you will need to invest time in to get to a good level before you start earning more money.


What Rewards Are Available?

With Level Rewards there are various means which you can chooses in order to get paid via. These consist of PayPal, Wire Transfer and Gift Cards.

Depending on which payment source you choose you can expect the payout times to be between 1 and 3 days.


The Level Rewards Positives and Negatives

For me I find its important to identify the strengths and weaknesses I find with every program I review and this is something I will be doing with Level Rewards. 

The 'Good' Stuff

1. Unique Concept

With so many reward sites doing the same thing its nice to see something a little bit different that offers another way to make money. While the concept at first maybe difficult to grasp as you have read in this review it is quite simple to understand. 

2. Pays Through PayPal

When it comes to getting paid out and reaching the minimum threshold everyone likes to be paid efficiently and that is the case with Level Rewards as they pay swiftly.

Again it depends on how you withdraw but if you go with my favourite which is PayPal you will get paid within 24 hours. The good thing about PayPal is that payments are safe, secure and you receive them much quicker then Bank Transfers.

The 'Not So Good' Stuff

1. Potential To Be Hard To Earn Money From

Yes, there are people earning using this site however how much you earn depends solely on referrals and the people you refer and the traffic you can drive to the site.

Maybe getting a few referrals will get you a few payouts depending on how long they spend with the site, but it seems like your best chance at making money is sharing your link around to get as many people to sign up.

What I am trying to get at here is that while you will have to invest time to up your levels so will your referrals so lets say you invite 10 people maybe out of them only 1 or 2 reach level 1 and complete an offer. This can happen as a many people sign up for survey sites and forget them making that referral you have just invited fairly pointless. Its basically a numbers game!


So Is Level Rewards A Scam?

Level Rewards is legitimate and does offer a genuine way to make money, on top of that they are also an established business that has been paying out for years. So everything is pointing in Level Rewards favour at this point.

The only issue I find is the concept and while yes it is different it also very difficult to earn with and unless you know how to get referrals you will struggle with Level Rewards as the main purpose is to refer.

Level Rewards is perfect for those who can refer lots of people. so if you have a social media account or even a blog like this one then you can share your link out with your audiences and make money that way.

With that said though and with Level Rewards being free as well as legit feel free to check them out for yourselves. You may find that they are an opportunity that works for you. If your question is how do I get referrals and lots of them at that then keep reading as I will share my strategy on how to that.

Whats The Most Effective Way To Get Referrals At Level Rewards?

Many people ask me this, not for this site in particular but for survey and reward sites in general as many offer opportunities where members can make a percentage of all what there referrals make.

This is passive income and a great way to earn an income online. The only issue is how do you get them in the first place, do you walk up to people in the street and tell them about a reward site? That could work to be fair however I know a more efficient way to go about it.

To get referrals you are going to need an audience which can be done by making a website just like I have done here.

I use a platform called Wealthy Affiliate which teaches newbies to the online world how to make a website/business online and then how to get traffic (this is basically getting people to your website).

All of this is taught in the training over there, so its something I highly recommend.

So with Level Rewards and for any survey site this becomes useful as you can target an audience through the billions of people searching the web and promote different websites. This is a proven to get referrals and ultimately make money online.

If you are interested in learning more I have made a full review which tells you all you need to know about them, to the owners all through to the concept of the platform. So feel free to check them out by clicking on the blue button below

My 'Worth It' Rating

3/5


What do you think to Level Rewards? Have any questions or opinions you would like to throw my way?

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What Is PrizeRebel – Are They Worth Your Time? (2019 Review)

Hi, I’m back today with another review on a survey site called PrizeRebel. So What is Prizerebel well today I’ll be bringing you guys a review on them.

Have to say I’m quite surprised by this site as when I went to sign up I wasn’t expecting much at all but I did sign up and found out that the site has a lot to offer in loads of areas. 

This site has become an instant favourite with me for many reasons and in this review. Many have asked me what is PrizeRebel and is PrizeRebel legit so here I’ll be covering everything you need to know about this survey site


What is PrizeRebel for?

Anyone aged 13 upwards can sign up for the site. If you’re under 18, however, you will require your parent’s permission.

How do you sign up?

The sign-up process is quite simple. You can either sign up using your Facebook account or register using your email address.

What payout can you request?

There are many payouts; you can claim Digital gift cards, Paypal, In game purchases, bitcoins.

What’s the minimum payout you can request?

The minimum payout is $2

How long can you expect to get your reward?

If you are a silver+ member you can expect your reward instantly. The first reward that you request on the site will take up to 24hours to process.


What is PrizeRebel and how does it Work?

Surveys

Thier are many surveys available to you on PrizeRebel these include Samplico, Yoursurveys, Sayso4good, Opinion World, Cint, Toluna and Peanut Labs. As well as all these Survey Routers they also have their survey section called ‘Gold Surveys’ where they have loads of surveys exclusive to their site. These can also pay a lot. Going the survey route on this site is an excellent way to make money as there always new and updated surveys available to you each day.

Offer Walls

Like most survey sites PrizeRebel has a set of Offer walls on their site for their members to choose from and earn many points. These consist of PeanutLabs, Adgate, Adsend, Persona.Ly, Offertoro, Trialpay, Superrewards and Radium one. I do check into the offerwalls from time to time as there are always easy points to be made.

Offers

This section allows you to complete featured offers on the site

Engage Videos

Here you can watch videos in order to earn points, each video is worth 2 points. This is a quick way to make money but probably not the most efficient way on the site. This is definitely a simple way to make money, if you check back every hour as thats when they update the videos you could earn at least a $1 a day.

Tasks

Crowdflower partners this area of the site allowing members to earn money through freelancing and completing various tasks. I dont really use Crowdflower but I’ve heard that it brings a lot of earning potential. The more tasks you do the more opportunities they provide you with.

Raffles

If you’re not so keen on saving up for the big rewards, you can enter your points into the raffle to be in contention of winning big prizes. The more entries you make the greater the chance of winning!

Contests

By completing offers you can enter yourself into the contests for the chance to win some big rewards. The more offers you complete, the more points you get in the competition.

Refer A Friend

Thier referral feature allows you to get 20% of all the points your referrals earn on the site. They also allow you to track the status of your referrals and lets you find out how many times people have clicked on your link. As you go up the levels you can also unlock more benefits such as higher percentages of your referrals points earned. For the highest level, you can get up to 30% of your referrals earnings.


PrizeRebel Levels

PrizeRebel has a level system where members who have earn’t a certain points over time have access to extra benefits. Thier are five levels on the site consisting of Bronze, Silver, Gold, Platinum and Diamond. For each level, you go up the more benefits and higher percentages in referral bonuses you get.


PrizeRebel Pros:

  • Instant cashouts
  • Lots of surveys
  • Site is very organised and easy to navigate

PrizeRebel Cons: 

  • Some offers can have a delay to credit

My Conclusion

PrizeRebel has passed my expectations in almost every area. PrizeRebel is one of the best and ones I recommend has unlike some survey sites this one makes it possible for you to Cash out every day

My Verdict

9/10 🙂


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Want to make more money in the long term?

Prizerebel is up there with some of my favourite survey sites that I’m using right now. While it is possible to cash out every day with prizerebel and even the referral system can you get you some extra dollars a day, this isn’t the most efficient way to make money. 

I highly recommend trying Affiliate marketing as it allows you to make a full-time income from your home. Effectively it gives you the opportunity to become your own boss and make a tidy passive income

I’ve made a review of what I use to make a passive income and you will find how you can start making money today in 4 easy steps – Read More Here

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Let me know; I’d love to hear about them!

Thank you for reading my review

Cya Later Folks, Josh:)