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Opinion Outpost Proof of Payment

Updated on June 1, 2012

Opinion Outpost is a website that pays users to complete surveys on their site. They pay out through Paypal, with Amazon gift cards, or with a reloadable debit card.

I have been doing my best to make as much money as I can this summer. In May, I spent a lot of time trying to set up my Hubpages account to make some extra cash, took online surveys to make more money, and sold some of my articles to other writing sites like Knoji. Opinion Outpost is an online survey site that allows users to take surveys by companies around the world based on their personal information, and are rewarded with Opinion Points, which are worth $0.10 USD each. Typically, surveys range from 5-25 Opinion Points each, with the minimum payout to Paypal being 100 Opinion Points or $10 USD. Users can choose to receive their payments in the form of Amazon gift cards, which has a 50 Opinion Point minimum, or to receive a Citi card, which has a 150 Opinion Points minimum.

Personally, I prefer to receive my payments in cash. While I have earned more than $50 from Opinion Outpost, I have never thought to save my payment proofs and upload them until now. This is my most recent payment, from only a few days ago.

My May payment from Opinion Outpost.
My May payment from Opinion Outpost.

As you can see, it was only for 11 dollars. However, I get two or three of these each month, depending on how hard I work, which means that I can see an extra 30 or 40 dollars in my Paypal account just from sharing my opinions on certain topics when I have the free time. Of course, if I dedicated more time to these surveys (or lived in the US) I could probably complete more surveys and make even more money. As it stands right now, it’s a nice supplement to my online writing income. I can personally vouch for Opinion Outpost, and the above photo shows that they really do payout to members who complete surveys.

In the future, I hope to make even more money from Opinion Outpost. I sometimes ignore survey notifications that I receive via email, which means that I’m not earning as much as I could be earning. I tend to do about 5-7 surveys a month, but could do quite a bit more than that if I did every survey that was open to me. Try out Opinion Outpost, and get paid just for your view on things!

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    • WalterB32 profile image

      Walter Brady 

      4 years ago from St.Petersburg,FL

      Congrats on your earnings. I love Opinion Outpost and how quickly you can redeem your points for Amazon and PayPal.

    • KenDeanAgudo profile image

      Kenneth C Agudo 

      4 years ago from Tiwi, Philippines

      Wow, thanks for this information :)

    • Marble Sweets profile image

      Marble Sweets 

      6 years ago

      Have never heard of Opinion Outpost but I may try it. I am online a lot, wasting lots of time surfing, doing surveys, blogging endlessly...why not get paid for some of it? But, word to the wise: KEEP YOUR DAY JOB ..HA :P

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