By Adam Poole
I signed up for Vindale Research a couple days ago, it was completely free to become a member, and they gave me a paying offer immediately. Vindale Research is a little different than most paid survey sites, in the type of offers that they have available. None the less, don't let that discourage you because the payoff is worth it.
Here's how the process works, you go to Vindale Research and sign-up to become a member (it's free), they will than give you an offer, with the offer I was given I was required to sign up for a free trial with emusic.com, evaluate their enrollment process, and look around their site. I than took a short questioner from Vindale Research; for this I made $10.00
The key here is that when you sign up for the free trial offer, you have a grace period to cancel your trial membership and your credit card will not be charged. On my offer it required me to keep my free trial membership for five days, but the trial was for 14 days so I have 9 days left to cancel my free trial membership and my credit card will not be charged.
I done 2 offers with Vindale Research in the same day, both offers combined took me about ten minutes to complete, and I made $20.00. I am a member of a lot of paid survey sites, and I got to say, this is one of the best.
1. They use PayPal
2. Your are paid twice a month
3. The offers are very short and simple
4. They offer very high compensation compared to a lot of their competitors
Some cons are:
1. You must have at least $50.00 dollars in your account before you can request payment.
2. You must have a credit card to complete most offers.
If you would like to read more reviews on various online paid surveys, that I have personally made money on, than visit my blog. http://reviewzblogger.blogspot.com/
Check out my web site as well http://www.top-paid-surveys.net/