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My Survey

Country: Australia
Payments:Paypal & Gift Vouchers

My Survey

Formerly known as Lightspeed surveys, Mysurveys is one of the leaders in market research and paid online surveys in Australia. Numerous survey opportunities and from time to time, invites to focus groups and or product sampling. Very easy to earn money from and the reward per survey isn’t too bad, surveys pay points and you can generally expect the equivilant of $1 to $2 per survey and sometimes up to $5. You can choose to either redeem your points for a paypal payment or for gift vouchers from some major retailers, such as JB HiFi, Woolworths, Myer, Eb Games and more.

Just by joining you go into the quarterly prize draw valued at $2500, so even if you join and decide that doing surveys online is not for you, you still have a chance at taking out the prize draw, with a prize in value of up to $2,500 or simply go for the cash of $2,000.

 

It’s your choice if you win.
•$2,500 JB Hi Fi voucher;
•$2,500 Dan Murphy’s voucher (NB: please note this option is NOT available to residents of NT or NSW);
•$2,500 adrenalin.com.au voucher;
•$2,500 BBQ Galore voucher;
•$2,500 Baby’s Galore voucher;
•$2,500 Flight Centre voucher;
•$2,500 Harvey Norman voucher; or
•$2,000 cash.

 

Mysurvey is one of those sites that seems to always have a survey available and whilst they will send you an email to let you know that there is an online survey waiting for you, I find it is preferable and more profitable to login to the site yourself and see what they have waiting to be completed.



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7 Responses to “My Survey” »

  1. Comment by Chris — July 11, 2012 @ 12:03 am

    Been with these guys for 3 years, literally :P

    They payy pretty lousey per survey to be honest, but they pay, and if you do every survey they give you (btw being disqualified isn’t an often thing, due to the profile info section) you could easily get $10 outta paypal within 3 weeks :), with only about 10 surveys required at a standard 300 points eachh.

    • Comment by Adam — July 15, 2012 @ 9:45 pm

      Hi Chris, I have always found that they pay just a little bit less then other sites, not alot though to make it unattractive to complete the surveys there. As you say though, you rarely get disqualified from surveys and it is easy to reach and get payment.

      I have always said in the past that doing paid online surveys is not like doing a fulltime job, surveys are about earning a little bit of extra money that you would not normally earn.

      I have actually done a few work at home things in the past, such as putting things in packets etc. I found that you can barely make $5.00 per hour from them. You can usually earn that in a 2 or 3 surveys or less from most sites.

  2. Comment by Mathew — October 8, 2012 @ 11:00 pm

    I have been with MySurvey (formerly Lightspeed Panel) for many, many years.
    As for the comment above, I am currently owed $200 from these guys.
    I find the rate of payment quite good, the surveys are generally pretty good and I have few issues with the site.
    For a survey site that is just a little side cash, I love this site.

    • Comment by Adam — October 11, 2012 @ 4:29 pm

      Hi Mat, thanks for taking the time and posting your thoughts on My Survey. For what it is worth I totally agree with you, surveys are not something to replace your day job, but something that can be used to earn some extra pocket money for yourself. I am like you with MySurvey never had an issue with them, got my surveys, got paid for them with minimum of fuss every time.

  3. Comment by Kein — May 16, 2013 @ 2:53 am

    My favourite survey site. Frequent surveys, quick point accumulation and very fast reward processing.

    Wrote about it on my blog too:

  4. Comment by John — May 23, 2013 @ 11:03 am

    Only positive comments are allowed. What about someone like me. Did not get paid and when I asked a few more times why, my account got inactivated. That’s the word they use. Inactivated for no explanation. My rewards never arrived

    • Comment by Adam — June 6, 2013 @ 11:43 pm

      Not true at all John, as you see I have approved all of your comments.

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