Advantages Good reward system with lots of different vouchers to choose from
Disadvantages There is no easy way to sign up
I am determined to became a millionaire through online market research companies or at least make enough so that I can retire quite happily…So here I am once again with another new and innovative site where you can make a few pounds for a few minutes of your time.The idea of joining Consumer Pulse was sent to me in an email from a friend of mine who has the same hopes and aspirations of making lots of money for little or no effort and time. As she is such a good judge of what is good and what is bad, when something is recommended to me, I usually join up without a second thought.
So who are they? Well Consumer Pulse is part of the TNS group. TNS are the largest market information group in the UK who provide information, analysis and an insight into consumer’s thoughts on products in many different ways. For those of you who are a member of numerous consumer websites you will have heard of TNS in one way or another – sites such as Shopandscan.
The rewards system is very similar to that of Shopandscan. Upon registration you will be given 5000 points and you can only cash out when you have reached 10000, which is £10. However, like Shopandscan they can send you surveys to complete at home for extra points (I did one this weekend for 20000 points which is £20) you get bonus points for your birthday and Consumer Pulse anniversary dates and they also award you points for the completion of purchases which you should do at least weekly and for me these points have changed. For some I was given 50 points and for others ive been given between 100-500 points, there isn’t really any logic that I have found to their point system (YET!!) but they are adding up quite nicely. It does however say on their website “You can enter your purchases on either a daily or weekly basis for which you will be awarded points. It is also important for us to know if you have bought nothing last week and again 500 points will be added to your account”.So in one week you are not likely to earn more than 500 points which is 50p unless you are sent surveys to fill in at home or earn extra points through a birthday, anniversary or just because they feel like it but don’t let that put you off. I have now been a member for 6 months and have cashed out £20 in total with another £20 to be added to my account through a survey I filled in at home over the weekend.
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