A Proverbs Wife

Hurry!! MySurvey is Accepting New Members (Be Paid for Every Survey)

My Survey

My Survey is my favorite market research company and the one that I highly recommend if you are just getting started with surveys. With my survey you are paid for every survey not just the ones you qualify for. With this survey company not only do you get compensated for giving your opinion, you also get to try and keep new products.

It’s an easy way to earn cash and rewards. I am signed to about twenty or so survey companies and use them as a way to earn an extra $100 – $200 each month. Taking surveys is a great way to earn money to pay for Christmas gifts, pay off debt or even save for a vacation.

MySurvey questionnaires are relatively brief and average around 5-20 minutes based upon the award amount. I take about 2-3 surveys per week on average. Plus for every friend you refer you’ll earn 150 points.

Bonus: During the month of March, you will have a chance to win a Coby Portable CD Boombox for iPod! For each survey you complete during the month of March, you’ll be entered to win one of fifteen (15) Coby Portable CD Boombox for iPod . The more surveys you complete — the more chances to win!

If you are interested, registration is FREE and easy click here to learn more.

I encourage you to get started today. For a full list of legitimate national and international survey companies I recommend see my list HERE. To be notified of new survey opportunities, sign up to get my updates in your email box for FREE… Just click here. Or if you’d rather receive updates via RSS feed, click HERE.

If you need a little more information before you begin read my post “Can I Really Make Money Taking Surveys?

Spread the love

4 thoughts on “Hurry!! MySurvey is Accepting New Members (Be Paid for Every Survey)

  1. Thank you for the list, I will check it out. It’s nice to have someone recommend surveys that they themselves have used, so you know it’s trustworthy and not a scam.

    How do you report your income to the IRS. Do you just do a lump sum on your own under “gift” or something, or does the company send you a 1099?


    The Proverbs Wife Reply:


    I keep track of what I make (using my check stubs) and make an excel sheet to give to my tax preparer. I record the amount paid, the date paid and the company name in my excel sheet. My earnings are filed as income or commission.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *