In this post ill be bringing you my opinions on a fairly new survey site called Wondough that as recently come across my attention.
However is Wondough Legit or another scam to add to the list of survey sites to stay well away from!
I can say that they are a legit rewards site and do continue to pay out.
For those of you who are looking for some more information on Wondough and hence came across this review then hopefully this review will give you all the information you need to know about them.
What Are They?: GPT Site (Get Paid To)
My Verdict: Legitimate
Worth It?: Yes
Being brand new not a lot of people are talking about them however they do still have people registered and making money.
If you don't know exactly what Wondough offers it is a GPT site so you get paid to complete various activities.
At the moment they only offer a few ways which I'll go over in just a second however it's likely they will expand as there reputation expands.
The main way to make money through there site is through there surveys. You can also make money with coupons, videos and exclusive emails.
This way is the most familiar way to make money and get rewards through giving your opinion on a variety of topics and products.
These surveys aren't from Wondough themselves instead they are from companies they are partnered with.
Do bare in mind though that not every survey will fit you so you may be disqualified from time to time however this is because companies are looking to reach certain audiences
This way is pretty self explanatory in that you get paid to watch videos. If your familiar with videos on reward sites you will know that there fairly low paying. You can expect to earn up to a few points per survey.
One tip which I know is popular is to leave videos running in the background while you do other tasks.
This is something that is quite new to me. When you become a member and agree when signing up to recieve emails Wondough will send you from invites to tasks.
If there's one thing I look for in rewards site it's the minimum threshold. If a reward site has a high threshold and doesn't offer many opportunities I wouldn't recommend them as there just not worth it.
What's good is Wondough do have a low and achievable threshold $3. Which means a couple of surveys and you can then redeem.
Being a new site there are no common complaints that I came across however there are some ways that Wondough could certainly improve aspects of there site.
They are new however adding a few more ways to earn would be great especially if you run out of surveys and looking to earn a few more points for a reward.
Certain ways that come to mind that many existing sites have is Offer walls and a referral section. Having both or either will offer a new way to make some extra rewards.
Another thing to pick out is the rewards on offer. At the moment they have Amazon gift cards however not everyone is looking to earn these. Hopefully adding more gift cards or even a cash option such as cheque or PayPal would be awesome.
It's safe to say that Wondough is legitimate and does pay out to their members.
For a lot of the rewards sites I've reviewed a good number haven't offered the opportunities to be deemed worth it.
However with a low threshold of $3 Wondough is at least worth giving a go
If you do try them out or have do make sure to let me know in the comments below 🙂
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