OnePoll Surveys Review-Is It Worth Your Time?
Today I am taking a look at a survey company by the name of OnePoll. This review will try to discover if OnePoll is worth your time.
OnePoll is free to join and doesn’t claim you can make thousands of dollars simply by taking surveys so this marks it out as being a legitimate survey site. The reality is that survey sites will only earn you a small side income.
You have to ensure you aren’t signing up to scam survey sites, they are usually recognised by their claim that they can get you access to high paying surveys as long as you pay them a fee.
Reading reviews like this one will also give you a better idea about what you are signing up to.
OnePoll is a survey site that is free to join pays you to give your opinion in surveys that are available on the site.
This is a British-based market survey organization which works as a division of South West News Service which is the Britain’s largest independent press agency. It has its offices in Filton, Bristol.
The surveys company was initially created to host PR surveys across the UK.
It has expanded beyond the UK and takes membership from around the world.
Signing up for surveys
One thing about the site is that you will be required to fill several pages of personal information when signing up.
This is meant to help them know you better and enable them to give you relevant survey based on your biodata.
Unlike many other survey sites, OnePoll will not let you know when there are open survey opportunities on the site. You have to log in and look if there are surveys present on the site.
Upon joining the survey, you will get a list of surveys that you can fill in order to make some money.
Go through the list to see what surveys are available to you
From the list, you can do the first mini survey. Despite the title “mini survey,” it may take you about 10 minutes to complete any one of them. What is a little disappointing is that the average pay is around 20p
You are most likely going to get a few surveys available when you log in. The average time it takes to complete them is about five to ten minutes.
The pay is about 5p to 10p for each survey.
Many of these survey questions are appropriate for everyone. However, you will find very specific ones such as “Answer these questions if you are a man”. “Answer these if you have a child under the age of five.”
Not all the surveys earn you cash. Some surveys give you entry into a draw for Amazon vouchers.
The chances of winning in a draw are obviously very low. These surveys are not really worth your time. Otherwise, most of the questions on the site are easy to answer, and some give you room to give more views of the area you are asked.
As discussed above, the average payout for most surveys is about 10p which is quite low.
You cannot withdraw your earned cash until it hits £40. Once you hit this amount, the money will be wired into your account using BACs.
For international members, the amount can be sent using PayPal which is a plus.
If you choose questions that do not pay directly but pay through contests; you stand to win between £100 and £1,000.
These winnings are usually paid in the form of Amazon gift cards or cash prizes. These questions are clearly marked as not paying so that you make a choice.
You can also earn by referring your friends and family to join OnePoll. Here are the earnings that you get from referrals:
• You earn 50p once someone you referred signs up on the site and completes a survey.
• You earn £1when someone that you referred earns £20
• You earn £2.50 when someone who registered under you earns £40
Once you get paid, it takes 28 days to receive your cash which seems a bit long. If you go for the check option, you are required to give a physical address.
Is OnePoll a good opportunity to make cash?
OnePoll is a legit site for taking surveys. The website gives you the contact information as well as the physical location of the company. However, there are a vast number of complaints from the users.
• Very low pay
The pay for taking part in surveys is ridiculously low. The 5p to 20p per survey is going to take ages before you build up anything significant.
• Ridiculous conditions
The conditions put by the site makes even harder to get good cash and get your cash on time. First, you cannot withdraw your cash until it reaches £40.
Given the payout for each survey, it may take more than a year to reach this amount.
There are complaints that the company stops sending you surveys when you get near the payout amount.
While it cannot be said to be true, this complaint has surfaced on the internet with a lot of members claiming it to be true. In fact, many people leave the site before they reach the threshold due to the length of time it takes to get a reward.
Even in case you actually reach the payout amount, it will take another month to get your cash. This does not make sense in this day and age.
Besides, you can only invite up to ten friends under your name. This caps the amount of money that you can make from the site.
There are also those surveys that reward you with entries to contests. However, just like any other contest, your chances of winning are too low. Therefore, you may be actually giving free opinions when you take these surveys.
OnePoll is a legit site but is far from ideal. The £40 cash out is very high in comparison to other survey site, and the surveys don’t pay very much. The many complaints from members about surveys drying up is also difficult to ignore, despite it being impossible to be conclusive about it. There are also members who say they are very happy with the site and have been paid.
I hope this OnePoll Review has made up your mind as to whether it is worth your time.
Let me know if you have experience with this survey site, it will be great to get your opinion and will help people make an informed decision.