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... The Royal Mail Postal Survey as it is called from Research International (run by Kantar Operations) allows you to get 18 free 1st class stamps plus the chance to win regular cash prizes and £25 for referrals. Despite being called the Postal Survey there are no surveys to do. So no ... Read review

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Community Level 4simoncjones

simoncjones

Reward? Keeping you posted with free stamps

AdvantagesRegular supply of books of stamps, regular prizes to be won, easy work, great support

DisadvantagesRequires regular posting of letters at irregular times, need to log-on most days

"...as it is called from Research International (run by Kantar Operations) allows you to get 18 free 1st class stamps plus the chance to win regular cash prizes and £25 for referrals. Despite being called the Postal Survey there are no surveys to do. So no answering lots of questions then being told you aren't eligible after all. Instead you have to record the items they send you and pop a few letters in the post each week. Here's a quick run down ..." Read review
23.11.2007

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Community Level 1nodale

nodale

If you love getting mail, get some free stamps.

AdvantagesFree stamps, receive mail (makes some happy), requires little work, payment is reliable.

DisadvantagesNo cash rewards, requires constant commitment, might get boring.

"...sure how I came across Research International Postal Survey; probably I was trying to get onto a website that offered rewards for your opinion. What I actually got was a membership to a panel that monitors the Royal Mail deliveries. === What is it? === This is no "answer questions" or "test product" panel. Your job is to send pieces of mail on certain days, and log on their website the mail that you receive from other panellists (you can easily recognise ..." Read review
30.08.2009

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Community Level 0johnt666

Quick review of Research International Postal Surveys

"i found it easy to use and free stamps came in very handy during xmas period . i did loose the link to do test before sending out first envelopes
23.12.2007

Ciao members have rated this review on average: somewhat helpful

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