LEGIT Univox Review: Earn by Answering Surveys - Legit or Scam?

Amos

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For my next review, I’ll be checking out Univox. I’m a sucker for nice-looking sites, and Univox caught my attention immediately. Of course, a good-looking site doesn’t necessarily translate to a good overall experience. So let’s dig deeper, shall we?

Here’s my Univox review. If you’ve wondered whether Univox is legit or a scam, read on!

How to Earn on Univox

The site has a pretty simple earning method: you complete surveys and get points, which you can then redeem as cash. One thing I like about their survey program is that you still get a nominal amount when you get disqualified while taking a survey.

Getting disqualified is a fact of life when using survey sites. Sometimes, the site reaches an answer quota, or it determines you’re not the correct match for the survey. When that happens, the site boots you out from that survey. Normally, your efforts would have gone to waste, but it’s good to know Univox will still pay you.

Referral Program

You can also earn by referring friends and family to Univox. You can earn 100 points for each referral who completes 10 surveys. This is a pretty good rate, but you can only refer up to a maximum of 5 friends.

Loyalty Program

Univox has different loyalty levels. You move up as you complete more tasks. Moving up opens up certain perks and benefits. So let’s go through all the levels:

Basic Users - This is where everyone starts. The withdrawal option becomes available when you reach 2,500 points, and you can withdraw a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 10,000.

Verified Users - The withdrawal option becomes available when you reach 2,000 points, and you can withdraw a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 10,000.

Premium Users - The withdrawal option becomes available when you reach 1,500 points, and you can withdraw a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 10,000.

Ambassadors Users - The withdrawal option becomes available when you reach 1,000 points, and you can withdraw a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 10,000.

My Hot Take: The survey program is great, especially since you get paid a small amount even if you get disqualified. The loyalty program looks good on paper, but I’m not a fan of their payout maximums. In my opinion, if you have money in your account, you should be able to withdraw it.

Earning Potential on Univox

100 points on the site are equivalent to $1, so keep that in mind when converting your earnings. The payout depends on the length and complexity of the survey, but expect to make a few cents to a dollar or so per survey. Your earnings will also depend on the number of surveys you get qualified to take, so take note of that.

My Hot Take: Nothing noteworthy here. Earnings aren’t the lowest, but they’re not the highest I’ve encountered, either.

Payout Options on Univox

Minimum withdrawal will depend on your “level” which I’ve discussed above. You can redeem your earnings as cash (which is sent via PayPal or Virtual Visa Card) or Amazon gift cards.

My Hot Take: Payout options are okay. I always prefer cash, but Amazon gift cards are nice to have. I’m not a fan of the variable withdrawal limits. I mean, the best perk you can give a person is good pay. Why not give it instead of making them jump through hoops to move up a few levels?

How to Join Univox

If you’d like to join the site, here are links to their registration page, as well as their apps. Ka-chow:

Registration page: https://www.univoxcommunity.com/Account/Join
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/univox/id1308258963?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.marketcube.Univox

The site sometimes closes memberships temporarily. If you ever encounter this, you may have to check back the following week. Honestly, this kind of sucks.

The Verdict: Legit or Scam?

Univox is legit, but I’m not a fan of this site. As such, I can’t really recommend it. Their minimum payouts suck, and the fact that you sometimes have to wait just to register also sucks. This site is an easy pass for me.

Univox Screenshots

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Your Turn

Now it’s your turn to share! Have you tried this site? What was your experience like?

Let’s hear your stories!

 

msmoneybags

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I agree I like a nice looking site. Something that looks like they took the time to work on and not something throne together. The outside is nice looking and the inside is easy to navigate

I dont mind the loyalty levels at all, just gives me something more to work for

I like that you get something even if you are disqualified
As soon as I signed up, I had 40 surveys waiting for me

You will get 100 points to sign up
You will get 100 points once you fill out your profile questions

They also have a forum available

They are open to multiple countries
 
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FloydMCD

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As someone who frequently fills out surveys to make some extra cash I am also a member of the Univox Community.

Right when you sign up to the site it's very clear that you can only earn points by doing surveys. Unless other sites who also pay you to watch videos and do other tasks. On the positive side is that there are plenty of surveys available.

Unlike many other sites they actually pay something when you get disqualified from a survey ( always frustrating but at least with univox you get something for your efforts). It happened to me a couple times but for someone that does a lot of surveys thats just part of the game if you ask me.

I actually don't understand why the original review mentioned the nice design as I found it a bit confusing but I guess thats just me personally. After a couple of minutes you know your way around though and can get started.

I also don't really get why they only allow to refer 5 people to the Community. Wouldn't they want to grow their community as much as possible? I know quite a few people and am usually able to refer more than 5 to any program I work with. I guess that is their loss then.

My verdict is basically that Univox is definitely legit and can be a decent way to make some extra cash. Still not one of my favourite GPT (get paid to) sites out there but among the good ones.

P.s Did anybody ever encounter some of the technical issues? I haven't had problems myself but I read a lot about technical problems so just wondering.
 

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For my next review, I’ll be checking out Univox. I’m a sucker for nice-looking sites, and Univox caught my attention immediately. Of course, a good-looking site doesn’t necessarily translate to a good overall experience. So let’s dig deeper, shall we?

Here’s my Univox review. If you’ve wondered whether Univox is legit or a scam, read on!

How to Earn on Univox

The site has a pretty simple earning method: you complete surveys and get points, which you can then redeem as cash. One thing I like about their survey program is that you still get a nominal amount when you get disqualified while taking a survey.

Getting disqualified is a fact of life when using survey sites. Sometimes, the site reaches an answer quota, or it determines you’re not the correct match for the survey. When that happens, the site boots you out from that survey. Normally, your efforts would have gone to waste, but it’s good to know Univox will still pay you.

Referral Program

You can also earn by referring friends and family to Univox. You can earn 100 points for each referral who completes 10 surveys. This is a pretty good rate, but you can only refer up to a maximum of 5 friends.

Loyalty Program

Univox has different loyalty levels. You move up as you complete more tasks. Moving up opens up certain perks and benefits. So let’s go through all the levels:

Basic Users - This is where everyone starts. The withdrawal option becomes available when you reach 2,500 points, and you can withdraw a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 10,000.

Verified Users - The withdrawal option becomes available when you reach 2,000 points, and you can withdraw a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 10,000.

Premium Users - The withdrawal option becomes available when you reach 1,500 points, and you can withdraw a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 10,000.

Ambassadors Users - The withdrawal option becomes available when you reach 1,000 points, and you can withdraw a minimum of 1,000 points and a maximum of 10,000.

My Hot Take: The survey program is great, especially since you get paid a small amount even if you get disqualified. The loyalty program looks good on paper, but I’m not a fan of their payout maximums. In my opinion, if you have money in your account, you should be able to withdraw it.

Earning Potential on Univox

100 points on the site are equivalent to $1, so keep that in mind when converting your earnings. The payout depends on the length and complexity of the survey, but expect to make a few cents to a dollar or so per survey. Your earnings will also depend on the number of surveys you get qualified to take, so take note of that.

My Hot Take: Nothing noteworthy here. Earnings aren’t the lowest, but they’re not the highest I’ve encountered, either.

Payout Options on Univox

Minimum withdrawal will depend on your “level” which I’ve discussed above. You can redeem your earnings as cash (which is sent via PayPal or Virtual Visa Card) or Amazon gift cards.

My Hot Take: Payout options are okay. I always prefer cash, but Amazon gift cards are nice to have. I’m not a fan of the variable withdrawal limits. I mean, the best perk you can give a person is good pay. Why not give it instead of making them jump through hoops to move up a few levels?

How to Join Univox

If you’d like to join the site, here are links to their registration page, as well as their apps. Ka-chow:

Registration page: https://www.univoxcommunity.com/Account/Join
iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/in/app/univox/id1308258963?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.marketcube.Univox

The site sometimes closes memberships temporarily. If you ever encounter this, you may have to check back the following week. Honestly, this kind of sucks.

The Verdict: Legit or Scam?

Univox is legit, but I’m not a fan of this site. As such, I can’t really recommend it. Their minimum payouts suck, and the fact that you sometimes have to wait just to register also sucks. This site is an easy pass for me.

Univox Screenshots

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Your Turn

Now it’s your turn to share! Have you tried this site? What was your experience like?

Let’s hear your stories!
I was doing surveys for them over a year still was not making much so I just quit doing them even though they owed me a lot of reward so the other day I signed in thought I would do some surveys and they said I have no account why are so many of these places acting this way
 

Amos

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I actually don't understand why the original review mentioned the nice design as I found it a bit confusing but I guess thats just me personally. After a couple of minutes you know your way around though and can get started.
Well, you did figure out how to use the site, so the designers must have done something right. ;)

I also don't really get why they only allow to refer 5 people to the Community. Wouldn't they want to grow their community as much as possible? I know quite a few people and am usually able to refer more than 5 to any program I work with. I guess that is their loss then.
Yeah. I prefer referral programs with less restrictions. Maybe they were trying to control the amount of referral bonuses they had to pay?
 
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FloydMCD

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Well, you did figure out how to use the site, so the designers must have done something right. ;)



Yeah. I prefer referral programs with less restrictions. Maybe they were trying to control the amount of referral bonuses they had to pay?
good point on the design ;) It's not the best but yeah after a few mins you know how to get around

Not sure regarding their referral program. Am sure they have their reasons
 
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