Okay, you are not going to get rich! But… you will have fun and learn new things about yourself!
While I was searching for a part-time job to cover some of my expenses, I found that companies are willing to have feedback from their services, and many insights platforms manage it.
Recently, I came across Survey Junkie, an online platform for taking online surveys for cash. In this post, I’ll walk you through my process and my experience, from signing up, taking surveys, and eventually cashing out.
Signing up begins with having a valid email address and creating a password. Then, you will be directed to a questionnaire that helps Survey Junkie match you with surveys that fit your profile.
What I liked most about Survey Junkie is its secure and safe system. They never stored passwords, payment methods, and social security numbers on their site.
There are several types of surveys, but they all boil down to a few simple questions: what are you interested in, what do you like or don’t like, how often do you do this or that, your age group, and so on.
After answering these questions and submitting the form, I waited about 24 hours before receiving my first survey invitation by email.
The survey was about credit cards and took about 15 minutes to complete. It provided me with 50 points for my participation. Then I researched and found that 50 points are $0.5. Not bad!
After it, I received many surveys each day about different companies, including coffee houses, beverages, food, airlines, and other services.
Survey Junkie is a perfect way to make some extra cash, and it’s convenient to use. I could cash out once I reached 500 points, equivalent to $5.
I took surveys whenever I had some spare time, during my full-time work, at the bus stop, watching TV, etc. In this way, I completed 3-4 surveys each day, and by the end of the month, I already had $40 on my Survey account.
Now let’s understand how you can withdraw the money from your account.
When you have reached $5 in your account, you can request a payout, paid out through PayPal. I chose this option, and it took about two days for the money to appear in my PayPal account, and I cashed it out on the same day.
Survey Junkie also offers a direct bank transfer, which is a good option for those who lack a PayPal account.
Survey Junkie also provides rewards that you can redeem for gift cards. The next month when I had $40 on my account, I redeemed it for Amazon and iTunes gift cards sent to my email address.
So, if you are looking for a way to make some extra cash, Survey Junkie is a great option. The best part is that it’s convenient and safe, and you can complete the surveys whenever you have some spare time.
In a nutshell, survey taking can be a fun way to make a little bit of money on the side. I hope this post has helped clear up some of the mystery around survey taking and give you a better understanding of how it works! Happy surveying!