PaidViewPoint Earnings Update – Sept 2016


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The easy survey site, Paid Viewpoint has a cash out minimum of $15.  That’s pretty good considering some sites have cash outs at $30 or even $50.  Recently I reached $15 in my account so I chose to cash out.  The process was pretty simple and quick.

 


Cash Out Options

You have several options when you choose to cash out.  You can either deposit your money in your Paypal account or you can choose an Amazon credit or a Walmart gift card.  I love the fact that you get choices because not everyone has a Paypal account or they may not want to use it.

choose-rewardI personally have my money deposited into my Paypal because it is extremely convenient.

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Tips and Tricks

While Paid Viewpoint is extremely easy and the surveys are quick and pay well, you do need to visit the site several times a day in order to make good money with it.  The surveys they give you are pre-qualified for you and you don’t have to go through the annoying task of “qualifying” for each survey (like you do on some other survey sites).  However, if you don’t visit the site often enough, the surveys will go away. My suggestion is to visit the site 3 times a day (that’s what I do).  Once in the morning, again at some point during the day, and finally before I close things down for the night.  This gives me more opportunities to take surveys and thus earn faster.balance-log

Also, be sure to get referrals signed up under you. You get paid once they cash out and this can be a significant source of income if you tap into it.  Check this site out if you want to drive more traffic to your referral links:  Drive Traffic to Your Websites


Video Proof

Check out my Youtube video as I Cash Out my current earnings…

 

 

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Born & raised in Houston, Texas, Elizabeth is a mother of 2 boys and 1 crazy dog. When she's not blogging, she enjoys traveling with her family, attending Texas music concerts, fly-fishing, and camping.

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6 thoughts on “PaidViewPoint Earnings Update – Sept 2016

  • Kenny Lee

    Thanks for this review. This is one of the few paid survey sites that actually accepts user from my country. Most of the popular ones like Swagbucks don’t. While you don’t make a lot from it, a little bit of extra pocket money don’t hurt. How long does it take for you to make the 15 dollar?

    • Elizabeth Post author

      It really doesn’t take much time to accumulate the $15 minimum as long as you visit the site often. Like I mentioned, I try to check the site 3 times a day. You can also set up notifications to come to your email address or your phone. That lets you know when there are paid surveys available.

  • Chris

    This looks like a decent survey site for once – I thought only Clixsense offered decent surveys but this looks slightly better (with the pre-qualified system in place!).
    That was my main gripe with the older survey sites – answering about 10 questions then getting kicked off for demographics reasons! Gonna check this lot out through your link!

    • Elizabeth Post author

      I definitely agree with you about the level of frustration with most survey sites. I rarely qualify for any surveys and I waste a ton of my time. That’s why I love Paidviewpoint.. because I only get selected for surveys when I’m qualified based on my profile questionaire. As a matter of fact, I just received $0.89 for a 10 question survey this morning.

  • John Rico

    Hey there! I’m a college student and I’m looking for part time job online. I read a lot of good stuff about survey sites but I don’t have a lot of knowledge prior to this kind of work. Also I only have limited money to spend but I have a lot of spare time to invest. Do you think that I can handle this kind of work given my situation is right now? How much money does each survey offer? I greatly appreciate your response.

    • Elizabeth Post author

      The beauty of this survey site is that it is free to sign up and you are pre-approved for the surveys. In other words, you don’t have to go through the whole process of answering questions only to find out that you are “not qualified” for that particular survey. The surveys are only about 10 questions long, and they pay anywhere from $0.10 to $1.50. I’ve cashed out (at $15) several times and the more you log in and take surveys, the more they will give you.