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QUESTION survey drought

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jipsyjo30

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Yeah, this tends to be a slower time of the year for me, survey-wise. The weekends seem worse year round, though. It's like all the surveys no one wanted to take during the week are put into a dump recycle bin and emptied out on Saturdays & Sundays. I hardly earn that much on those days because they're the type that I never qualify for & it's usually a survey router I dislike or had a bad experience with in the past (rejections, low payout, no pay, no DQ points, too many screening questions, too tedious, etc.)

I've been taking surveys for three years and experienced a pattern of cycles. Sometimes I'll leave a site for a few months because things dried up and come back to it, only to make more than before, then abandon it again. I've just learned to go with the flow and regularly stay on the lookout to sign up with new sites to add to the rotation or to replace ones I've ditched for good.
 

Kanvi

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January and February were horrendous imho. March was great. April is looking great as well. But I agree weekend inventory is not awesome.
 

Lupinoid

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Whenever I get a survey drought I tend to head for a little site called Grabpoints (a lot of you have probably heard of it) because they have 2 survey routers (Tap Research and Theorem Reach) that always have available surveys which even make a small payout if you are screened out.

Now while some of you may think that is a little bit of sarcasm (with the sheer amount of GP info on here) it is also worth scanning your other favourite sites for Tap and Theorem (for instance the Bananatic gaming site also runs Theorem Reach), can be quite a gold mine if you hit the right surveys.
 
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hardbags

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Whenever I get a survey drought I tend to head for a little site called Grabpoints (a lot of you have probably heard of it) because they have 2 survey routers (Tap Research and Theorem Reach) that always have available surveys which even make a small payout if you are screened out.

Now while some of you may think that is a little bit of sarcasm (with the sheer amount of GP info on here) it is also worth scanning your other favourite sites for Tap and Theorem (for instance the Bananatic gaming site also runs Theorem Reach), can be quite a gold mine if you hit the right surveys.
thanks lupinoid, i was a member of grabpoints, even got a couple of redemptions, but then got booted because of some VPN conspiracy, i think may have had something to do with getting amazon on my phone. Anyway i got rid of that amazong garbage (can’t get much in australia anyway) and now my replacement is rewardia.com which always has something going on to earn points even if surveys aren’t working.
 

earnthatbuck

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thanks lupinoid, i was a member of grabpoints, even got a couple of redemptions, but then got booted because of some VPN conspiracy, i think may have had something to do with getting amazon on my phone. Anyway i got rid of that amazong garbage (can’t get much in australia anyway) and now my replacement is rewardia.com which always has something going on to earn points even if surveys aren’t working.
If you have a valid explanation or some proof, I would reach out to GrabPoints support to get your account open. Supply proof of location or even utility bills and you shouldn't have an issue with getting your account re-opened.
 

hardbags

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If you have a valid explanation or some proof, I would reach out to GrabPoints support to get your account open. Supply proof of location or even utility bills and you shouldn't have an issue with getting your account re-opened.
it’s okay i already put a heap of effort into that and got nowhere so i’ll just stick to my remaining survey sites, cheers anyway.
 
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