SAY YOUR WAY
Get up to 9 surveys/week = $180/week just from filling some surveys.
Get much more extra income from referral bonuses.
This isn't just another get paid to fill surveys. Unlike the usual paid for surveys program which only give you cents/survey, sayyourway
give you an exact $20/survey.
You can only get 1 survey/week for each ID, although you can get an extra survey everytime you upgrade your account by buying a subposition, with maximum 9 surveys/week.
I personally think this is a new concept, where you join an MLM with GPT program. And I know it's some kind of suspicious when you can get so much money from just filling some question, so here are some information that i can give you as a member :
- Because this is basically a Get Paid to Fill Surveys program, you don't need to refer others to get your registration money back.
- I've joined this program since July, and there's no problem with the payout.
- No minimum payout.
- Responsive support (I was once asked a question and got answered in less than 2 hours).
- High referral bonuses.
- Short surveys.
- Was launched on May.
- You can download the ppt for business plan or other explanation without being a member first.
- Some said that this is just another money game site, because you can't click the Trustee Logo at the bottom of the page, although some said that it's just because the website is still new and maybe it's a bug
- You need to pay to become a member.
- $300/account (every account is a lifetime, but you'll get surveys for only one year).
You won't get any surveys in your second year if you don't pay for another $300, but you'll still receive your referral bonuses. But with $20 a week, you can get a $20 x 52 = $1040 a year. So this isn't a real problem.
- $15/direct referral
- $25/referral pairing (not only direct referral)
- $35/3 referrals' subposition pairing
If you want to join this site, please use my link : sayyourway.com/goldy1
For more information, you can reply here or send me an email to : email@example.com
This post has been edited by Uncle Awesome: Aug 7 2012, 04:16 AM