Paid taking surveys for Springboard UK, is it really worth it?

micheal By micheal, 13th Aug 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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Getting paid money online through market research can be done, I should know I have done it, although I have signed up too a few sites and spent time with them, only to be gravely disappointed. This is why I have decided to write reviews on all the paid surveys I have tried, so read this article and find out if Springboard UK is a paid survey panel worth signing up for.

Springboard UK

Although I would not call earning money online with market research fun or exciting, it can be a profitable pass time if you sign up to enough sites and take enough surveys. I would say that the hardest thing about paid surveys is actually finding the sites to use, but with a little time and research there are many to be found. I know of one person who claims to be signed up to over sixty sites, and with sixty sites sending you surveys everyday, there would be a lot of earning potential. I myself have not found that many, not yet anyway but I am signed up to at least forty, some sites are fast earners, and some slow but all link up and create one big system that brings me in some well needed cash.

The thing I love about paid surveys online is they are not the be all and end all of your career, like when I was a head chef and new I could progress no higher. Paid surveys bring me in a steady stream of cash, but from there I have progressed and added writing and buying and selling to my list of jobs, through these three activities I can earn enough cash to stay at home. And it does not end there, as there are plenty of other things I can start whilst keeping up the things I am already doing.

Springboard UK is another paid survey panel to use, this site is completely free to join and use, and so far I have personally found this a great site to use. The surveys that this site send me usually pay from 25 pence to 50 pence, but the good thing is they are very short and easy to do. A 25 pence survey literally takes me a couple of minutes to do, and a 50 pence survey takes five to ten minutes, so they are very easy to do and the money does add up faster than you would think. One of my favorite things about this site is that the surveys are very interesting to do, and are about things like advertising, products and new movies, I must say I am always happy when I see a survey from Sprinboard in my email, because I know it will be a enjoyable, short survey to take.

The site is well organized and professionally set out, making it a easy site to navigate around and use, you can tell that some good work has gone into the creating of this site. I did some in depth research about it, just to make sure I wasn't the only one giving this site such a positive review, and although there are some people complaining the surveys don't pay enough, I could not find one complaint where payments were concerned. Sprinboard UK was built by a reputable and reliable company, so all in all I would suggest that this is a paid survey panel that is certainly worth using.

Getting the money you have earned off this site is easy, and Springboard offer some great options for you to receive your cash. Once you have earned the £25 redeem limit, you can then have this cash placed into your Paypal account, if this does not suit you then you can also get a £25 amazon voucher or have a cheque sent to your home address for the same amount, or you could donate your earnings to charity. So if you are looking for another paid survey panel to add to your list and have not tried this one yet, what are you waiting for? Get over there today and start earning yourself some cash, as in my opinion this is one site worth signing up for and using.

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author avatar M G Singh
14th Aug 2014 (#)

Nice review

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author avatar micheal
15th Aug 2014 (#)

cheers madan

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