How will I get paid for taking a survey, and who will pay me?
Posted by SurveyClub Support on 28 January 2007 05:31 PM
It depends, but the important thing is that you'll know the exact details up-front before taking a survey.

For example, sometimes you'll be paid by the market research company who is conducting the survey on behalf of a client (usually big Fortune 500 companies, but not always). Other times the company that developed the survey - the company that directly wants your opinions - will pay you directly.

Payment is usually in the form of a company check that is mailed to you via postal mail, usually within a few weeks. But more and more companies are starting to use online payment processors such as PayPal - which is great because it means that you'll usually receive your reward much faster.

Again, the important thing is that you'll be presented with the details before each survey and you decide if you want to participate or not. If you do, you'll provide your payment info as part of the survey process.

Once you get going and are constantly receiving payments in the mail and via PayPal it's great!
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