Robert Fleming is a 20-year veteran of the market research industry and now serves as co-CEO of Paid Survey Update which he co-founded in 2015. He resides in Myrtle Beach with his dog Scraps.
There are two important differences between paid surveys and pretty much every other “make money from home” program you’ve come across.
First, there is never an up-front cost associated with any legit paid survey site. If you do run into a site that wants to charge you to join, vote with your mouse and leave that site immediately.
Second, while many sites do offer bonuses for referring new members, it should never be a requirement that you “recruit” people to join the site.
If you’re turned off by “network marketing” and looking for a no-cost way to make money, paid surveys are a simple, low-stress way to supplement your monthly income.
Read on to learn how to tell a legitimate paid survey site from a scam.