Is there anyway that the surveys on here can be monitored? I just done a Live Sample that I spent over 35 minutes on, and I get to the end only to be told that I didn't qualify after giving the survey a rank of 3 for being too long. This is ridiculous!
I am sorry that happened to you. We are always working with partners to improve survey quality. Moving through a survey too quickly can possibly cause a disqualification. Surveys also contain control questions. They sometimes ask you the same questions a few different times. If you provide a different answer, that can also bring up a message that you didn't qualify.
Survey rates can change unfortunately, and we always do hope they go up. Payment on the Pulley Surveys can vary according to the market rate. We're hoping the survey provider will increase the rate soon so we can increase the payout on the site again as well. Unfortunately this time, the rate decreased.
Hello Dana, I got this email for Alcohol Beverage Diary and I am confused about how much money I will receive after completion of the diary. In the paragraph it says I will earn $5.00 and the other says $1.20. So which one is it $5.00 or $1.20? See attached file.
Ok, so this is so frustrating. i take my time and answer questions accurately on surveys and then i get down to the very last classification question and finish up only for it to tell me i didn't qualify after i've spent 20 minutes (or more depending) completing survey.
This happens quite a bit and it happened on the "your surveys" surveys just now. i guess it didn't like that it asked me a random "classification" question at the end about sports and i said i don't play any. The survey was on home mortgage and refinancing. Sometimes i feel like they get all the info they want and then boot you out after you've finished the whole thing bc they don't want to pay you for your time.
I am sorry this happened to you. If a survey is disqualified at any point, any responses which had been provided are discarded.
Here's some additional information about things that can cause this to happen:
While this may occur, it is not very common and there are some things that can cause this. 1) If the survey is routed through a secondary affiliate site you may pass the first company's initial screening but not the screening by their affiliate 2) Survey takers may input conflicting or inconsistent answers, 3) May provide an inaccurate response to a control-question that is seeking a particular response (e.g. "Answer C for this question"), 4) May provide answers following a set pattern (a,b,c,c,a,a,b,c,c...), 5) there may occasionally be errors or false-positives generated by the survey, 6) on occasion the quota for the survey is filled before the survey is completed. We are always working to ensure the quality of the offers and surveys on the site and do our best to provide a high volume of surveys and offers that are reliable. The biggest thing you can do is make sure you're not going through the surveys too fast, but are providing thoughtful, consistent responses to the questions.
I just spent about an hour doing a $0.90 Pulley survey about 'Elevive polyphenol sparkling water'. I put a lot of effort into reading everything meticulously and giving thoughtful answers. I got to the end and it thanked me then suddenly another page flashed up saying I didn't qualify.
Doesn't feel good.
The people who run the Pulley surveys always review survey statuses with the individual survey operators the following month. So if they determine that the records for this survey are incorrect they would credit us for the survey in June. e.g. if a technical issue caused an incorrect status to be reported to Pulley at the end of the survey. So, if we do receive credit for the survey next month we'll be able to credit your account at that point.
I just completed 2 Livesample surveys. One was a harris survey and one was a researchshopper survey. Both said I did not quailfy after I 100% completed them. I have taken these type of surveys in the past and have always credited. I think there is an issue with LiveSample today.