I decided to sign up with one of those online study programs called Vindale Research It looked legit. I was incorrect.
About Vindale Research.
Vindale Research is an online research program that declares to provide rewards (including money) for filling out studies. I presume they are contracted by numerous business or organizations to do the studies. The pay is very low (a few dollars per study), however hi – cash is cash.
Why Vindale Research Sucks
Vindale Research is, if anything, a rip-off (not of time particularly, however time I will never ever return).
I went to their webpage, click “start” on the study, and started responding to concerns. The message told me all of my data would be deleted and I would be dropped form the survey.
Heres how it “worked”. I received e-mails for six various studies, varying in “rate” from $1.06 to $6.00. Not a lot, Ill admit, however money.
The last one I attempted I ended up the whole study before this took place!
Vindale Research is an online research program that claims to provide benefits (consisting of money) for filling out surveys. The pay is extremely low (a few bucks per study), however hello – cash is money.
I went to their webpage, click “begin” on the survey, and began answering questions. Or, are they actually utilizing my responses without having to pay me for them (even though they claim to delete partial studies)?
I would definitely NOT suggest Vindale Research. To anyone.
So, how is it that I was authorized up-front yet disapproved in the end? Is it a bait-and-switch method used due to the fact that they actually cant correctly examine their membership on the front end? Or, is it because they (or their clients) are trying to skew the outcomes in some fashion? Or, are they actually using my responses without needing to pay me for them (despite the fact that they declare to erase partial studies)?