Online surveys are they legit

I have tried doing the online web surveys through isecretshop and some of them want you to buy something or they're all like just a scheme it seems like too plump telemarketers to start calling you to sell you braces or get medication and stuff like that. When I started seeing this pop up in the surveys I was working on my inbox got bombarded with a whole bunch of crap. So I unsubscribed to each and every one of them that made their way into my inbox.

Has anybody else had this problem? Is there a legitimate online web survey that you can do from home that really does pay? I asked this mainly because I have a physical disability that limits me from I'm going on a lot of shops. And I'm trying to supplement my social security disability which is really hard to do. I'm doing the shop so I can afford my medication. Any advice or reference to a company that really does work in pay you for surveys would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance

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You might be better off trying phone call shops.

I tried the survey route, and had exactly identical results as you outline. And the ones that do pay, pay poorly.
I do several and they do take some time but they do pay. Many times I do not qualify for them but I keep plugging away.
I've been using Swagbucks for many years now. They have many surveys under the Answer Tab that you can try. When you get enough points, you can convert them to a gift card for many different things or get a Paypal or Visa card. There are multiple opportunities to earn by watching videos, playing games, etc. They also have promotions for completing tasks to earn like Swago. I'm including my referral link if you'd like to give it a try. [www.swagbucks.com]
I've been using Swagbucks for many years now. They have many surveys under the Answer Tab that you can try. When you get enough points, you can convert them to a gift card for many different things or get a Paypal or Visa card. There are multiple opportunities to earn by watching videos, playing games, etc. They also have promotions for completing tasks to earn like Swago. I'm including my referral link if you'd like to give it a try. [www.swagbucks.com]
I have used MTurk for a few years. Takes a while to be able to tap into the really good surveys but worth the effort. Pays cash through Paypal.
I have been on Pinecone and Springboard America for several years. They don't pay much except for the focus groups that are few and far between. They do send good products to try though.
eRewards pays in iTunes gift cards.

"There's so much trouble in this world; surrounded by miracles" - Citizen Cope
I do them hit or miss. Some are worthwhile.

@lcubed3 wrote:

Anyone participating in op4g surveys?

Thanks
Look into Amazon Mechanical Turk. It is run by Amazon,com. Sometimes it is hard to get in. I mainly do the academic surveys from Universities. There are other jobs on there. There is also Prolific from the UK. They don't have a lot of surveys but it adds up.
There are several legit survey sites. As someone earlier mentioned swagbucks, I have made thousands of dollars over the years with them, its really one of the oldest.

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