I Just Made $15 with Paidviewpoint

Ok, so I’ve talked about Paidviewpoint before on this website and it is no secret that I am a big fan. It is one of the easiest and fastest ways to make extra money online!

But they have recently changed the minimum amount required to cashout to only $15. I believe it used to be $20 which still wasn’t bad at all.

I just cashed out my current earnings of $15.33 and I am already on my way to earning another $15 (and more)! I’ve actually earned over $150 using this one website so far.

For those of you who are unfamiliar with Paidviewpoint (and it’s awesomeness), let me explain the way it works.

Sign Up for a Free Account


The way to get started earning your first $15 is to sign up for a free account.

It’s super easy and only requires your email address and a password. As with most reward sites, it is completely free to sign up and a great way to earn extra money.

Fill Out Your Information – (Aka Demographics)

Once you have registered, you will want to fill out your demographics. This lets Paidviewpoint know more about you so that it can tailor the surveys to you.

The information they ask for is pretty basic…

  • Male or Female
  • Birthdate
  • Household income
  • Education level
  • Relationship status
  • Children
  • Country of Origin

As I said, this information is used to tailor the surveys for you. For instance, if you don’t have any children, they will probably not give you many surveys asking you about Children’s Toys, etc.


Be sure to answer all of these questions because it will give you the best chance of getting more surveys, which results in more money!!!

Don’t worry, if things change (let’s say you get married or have a child) you can always go in and update your demographics to reflect that.

Build Up Your TraitScore

The key to getting more pay per survey is to build up your TraitScore. The TraitScore is used to determine if you are being honest in your answers and really taking the time to go through the survey and not just click on the first thing you see.

The higher your TraitScore, the more money you will earn per survey. You will also start to get more surveys available to you as your Score increases.

The goal is to get a TraitScore of 9000 or higher. I easily made it to 10000 by just answering the TraitScore surveys as they came up and staying true to my answers. By the way, you do get paid for taking TraitScore surveys. It’s about $0.10 per survey, so it’s worth it.

Paidviewpoint Traitscore

Take Surveys and Start Earning $$$

So let’s get to the reason we are all here… to make money!! While you do earn money for taking the TraitScore surveys, you earn even more for the regular surveys.

The surveys are typically around 10-15 questions and only take about 1-2 minutes to complete. The pay can range from $0.20 to $1.50 per survey.

The reason I love Paidviewpoint so much is because the surveys they give you are already prequalified. So in other words, you don’t have to try to qualify for the survey beforehand only to waste your time when they tell you that you don’t meet the criteria for that survey.

So every time there is a survey waiting for you, you are guaranteed to make money with it. Just complete the survey and collect the money.

If you check out the video at the end of this post, you will see an example of the typical survey available. Like I said, they are extremely easy!

As I mentioned before, the minimum to cashout is $15 and you can choose to get paid with PayPal, Amazon, or a Walmart gift card.

Pro Tip: Be sure to stay logged in to your Paidviewpoint account and check it often (I usually check in the morning, at lunch, and in the evening). The surveys will be available only for a limited time. So you want to check often so you can take as many as possible.

Watch How I Cashed Out My Most Recent $15

So yesterday I uploaded a video of my most recent cash out with Paidviewpoint. I was able to get paid through my PayPal account as that is the option I chose.

In the video below, I also walk you through a short survey so you can get an idea of what they are typically like.


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