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MySurvey: Website Review - Payouts are Quick

Updated on September 6, 2017
MySurvey - International Online Paid Survey Site - One of the Best - 5/5 Rating
MySurvey - International Online Paid Survey Site - One of the Best - 5/5 Rating

Paid Survey Website Review

MySurvey is a website that pays their users for answering marketing research surveys that instantly get sent to the user from the home page screen.

This is perhaps the most enjoyable to use paid survey site that anyone will ever legitimately find on the internet.

Of the two times that I have done research into these supposed gold mines known as online survey sites. There have only ever been a couple, perhaps 3 that are legitimate and worth the time that is put into them.

Doing surveys can be fun, as MySurvey has proven, given that they have a market research giant backing their online operations, "the global corporation". This will be brand that pops up frequently when filling out surveys for

The best is still yet to come, the whole website interface crashes very rarely which is unique for this kind of online business model, something that will become your friend as without completing the surveys you will not earn any rewards. Again, this site has you covered given that even if the web page was to crash, the survey will pop up in a pending completion pile on the home page.

The way the money earning process works on MySurvey is that they reward points for completing surveys, something that can be done online through PC's/laptops, and on downloadable apps through the smart store/iOS store. Point being, there are options that cater to different peoples needs.

The rewards tend to come in the amounts of 50-250 points per survey completed, and to put it simple it costs 1150 points to redeem £10 for PayPal. MySurvey are generous as an even lower amount can be redeemed through PayPal of £5, costing 575 points.

Other rewards can go much higher, and can be spent on high street vouchers (Amazon, Cineworld, M & S, and many others), as well as redeemable through PayPal funds.

"5/5 Website Rating"

My MySurvey Experiences

I have now made several payouts on, an international survey website that was founded/and is run in the US. I currently reside in the UK and the survey site works seamlessly and pays in the pound currency, something that takes time and money for the site to make possible as it requires a multi-national HR and other business departments to run each countries online operations.

This is one of the main reasons why MySurvey site users are amongst some of the most happy with the service that they are being provided. From the few times using the website it takes between 6 and 10 hours filling out online surveys to make £15 PayPal funds, but this can at times be less if there are some exceptional cases where surveys are rewarding 100 points - 350 points per survey.

But, on average it would take a few days of sitting down each night for an hour or two to make a payout amount. This is seen as being one of the more generous among the paid survey websites.

If you are a committed member to the site, and stay fairly active filling out the surveys, the long committed survey writers will earn the most points as they will receive those more exceptional surveys that reward more for your time. It is a matter of loyalty and commitment blended with honesty and enjoyment that makes earning money on (for me) such fun.

I joined roughly a year ago and at the time got two payouts into my PayPal funds rather quickly, sometime within the first few weeks.This equaled the amount of £15. Not a bad amount given that meniscal time was put into doing the surveys.

Now, a year later I took another shot at using the site out of pure luck that I saw an ever so old message from on my email account. This prompted my thinking, and as it turned out my account had been discontinued. Something about not having signed into the account for more than 6 months, this must be the cutting ties stage when the site assumes you are no longer committed to their site.

A simple revelation, but I decided that I wanted to sign into my now discontinued account, and after sending what was a quickly responded to message to MySurvey they reopened my account. This is something of a positive worth putting out there about the commitment that they hold back with their users, as this response was probably no more than 5 minutes.

My now open account on MySurvey had me down with current reward earnings of 250 points, so I figured today would be the day that would put MySurvey to the test. It took 6 hours of dedicated survey writings out and I made enough to withdrawal £10 into PayPal funds. Terrible earnings for such an effort of time but I found the experience to be fun, and my points were at the average low of 50 points per survey with no bonus higher surveys, a result of perhaps not doing surveys for more than 6 months on the site.

In reality, I had not probably been on the site in more than 10 months so I was back to earning beginners points, but there will (if committed to daily/weekly surveys) be higher rewarding surveys of 100-perhaps around 500 point surveys that pop up infrequently whilst remaining active on the site.


Let us know below how your experiences have been on MySurvey. How many payouts have you had? We would love to know.


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