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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby ceci » 04 Mar 2019, 11:16

Payment received safely after one week time, $26.70 = MYR70 in local currency.

Thanks for YouGov, a legit and paying site.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby simplyfred » 07 Mar 2019, 09:04

Finally, after a long while I've received a survey from YOuGov worth 90 points. Hopefully, they'll send more in a week.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby suny » 07 Mar 2019, 09:14

ceci wrote: MYR


Is it your first payment from YouGov? How many points you redeemed for this amount. We the Indians get $50 for 5000 points as I have been paid several times from this site.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby anil02 » 07 Mar 2019, 11:16

simplyfred wrote:Finally, after a long while I've received a survey from YOuGov worth 90 points. Hopefully, they'll send more in a week.

I didn't get any survey from YOUGov for than one month. Hoping I will also get it.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby anorona » 07 Mar 2019, 14:41

I just finished a survey worth 90 points. :)
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby yakuma » 07 Mar 2019, 21:43

amitkokiladitya wrote:YouGov is a survey site which offers weekly surveys. The payout is high so it can take almost a year to make it. But,all because we get an email notification for each survey working on the site is not much of an issue. You need 5000 points to redeem $50. If you earn 3000 points you can donate $30 to charity.

The site was giving regular surveys but as soon as I reached 3000 points the surveys stopped. Now, I'm getting a bit critical about the site. Does anyone hold any experience of working with the site?


Yes. I was able to reach the payout limit and was able to withdraw. But it took me a very long time to do that. So now I do not use it anymore. But I am a member of another survey site that pays well and has a low withdrawal rate. Send me message if ever you are interested so I can send you an invite.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby amitkokiladitya » 08 Mar 2019, 04:05

I have not received any survey from the site since the past 15 days. Has anyone from India received any survey from the site in these days?
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby sushme » 08 Mar 2019, 04:44

I have just started working on Yougov site. I have so far got 4 surveys during 17 days. Not much but I have no choice, I can only say that they ask simple question and not any failure so far.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby yakuma » 08 Mar 2019, 22:58

sushme wrote:I have just started working on Yougov site. I have so far got 4 surveys during 17 days. Not much but I have no choice, I can only say that they ask simple question and not any failure so far.


Good luck in building up their minimum payout limit. It took me a long time to make my first payout.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby simplyfred » 09 Mar 2019, 00:16

yakuma wrote:
sushme wrote:I have just started working on Yougov site. I have so far got 4 surveys during 17 days. Not much but I have no choice, I can only say that they ask simple question and not any failure so far.


Good luck in building up their minimum payout limit. It took me a long time to make my first payout.


How long is it? I am a newbie subscribed to this survey platform. One thing I like about it is that they never screen one out.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby amitkokiladitya » 09 Mar 2019, 07:04

Again there was no survey this week . Is I'm the only one who is facing this or many others from India as well?
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby sushme » 09 Mar 2019, 07:43

yakuma wrote:
sushme wrote:I have just started working on Yougov site. I have so far got 4 surveys during 17 days. Not much but I have no choice, I can only say that they ask simple question and not any failure so far.


Good luck in building up their minimum payout limit. It took me a long time to make my first payout.


I have a long way to go before reaching anywhere to payout but I am happy the questions are not technical. I am comfortable answering their survey questions.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby anil02 » 09 Mar 2019, 09:29

After long wait today I got one survey of 100 points. Hoping I will get more in coming days.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby yakuma » 09 Mar 2019, 16:59

simplyfred wrote:
yakuma wrote:
sushme wrote:I have just started working on Yougov site. I have so far got 4 surveys during 17 days. Not much but I have no choice, I can only say that they ask simple question and not any failure so far.


Good luck in building up their minimum payout limit. It took me a long time to make my first payout.


How long is it? I am a newbie subscribed to this survey platform. One thing I like about it is that they never screen one out.


It took me more than a year or two. :lol: This was partly because I was not always active in this site. I was focusing more on another survey site that had a lower payout limit.
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Re: Anyone working on youGov

Postby simplyfred » 11 Mar 2019, 00:49

Well it is better to do surveys than to expend our time on stuff like gaming or socializing which we cannot earn a single penny.
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