Opinion Outpost Reviews
Is OpinionOutpost.com Legit or a Scam?
is a get paid to take surveys company,
serving only adult residents of the United
States and Canada. You might be a bit
surprised when you first visit their website
because of the western theme but navigating
becomes easier once you get used to it.
In order to sign up with Opinion Outpost
you'd want to click on the town hall icon,
and it will take you to the registration
page. After you register you can go to
the grand hotel which is where your profile
and other pertinent information is.
Initially, you will have ten profile
surveys waiting for you, these surveys are
not rewarded with points. However it's
recommended that you fill out these surveys
since that information will be used to send
you more paid surveys.
The reason that most folks don't receive
as many survey opportunities as they'd like
is because they haven't fully filled out
their profile or taken these intro surveys.
As with other online survey companies
Opinion Outpost rewards you in cash
Their current rate is ten points to one
US dollar, with an average survey paying
between 10 and 100 points. You need to
acquire 50 points before you can cash out
for the minimum of five dollars. In
order to request a payment from Opinion
Outpost you would click on the bank icon;
you can expect a check within 6 weeks.
Each survey that gets emailed to you will
have some quick preliminary questions to
answer to see if you qualify for the survey.
These surveys do have a limit on how many
participants they need so for a higher
chance of acceptance try to respond to the
emails as soon as you get them.
The most important thing to remember with
Opinion Outpost is to stay active. If
you don't attempt to qualify for a survey at
least once every 3 months they will remove
you as an active member and clear your
account of any earned points.
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1:03pm on March 2nd, 2012
I was a panelist of Opinion Outpost for at least 5 years. During that time, I routinely took enough surveys to earn $50 about every 4-6 weeks. I would cash out and receive a legitimate check within a matter of days. It was great!
Then, at some point late last year, the management changed. They changed the website, the points for each survey, and the rewards system, all for the worse.
In December, while I was trying to redeem points for a prepaid Visa card, my account was locked. When I tried to log back in, a pop-up message stated, "Your account has been frozen due to data concerns. For questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Ē
I contacted their helpdesk a few times and was told the following:
"We will look into the reason your account was deactivated and get back to you soon." (Axel, Panel Support Representative, 12/27/11)
"Wwe donít have an update yet about your account but we have already forwarded your concern to the appropriate department who will look into your account and reactivate it. As soon as we have an update from them, we will send you an email." (Emelyn, Panel Support Representative, 1/11/12)
"Our panel management team is doing their best to look into each and every account, with similar cases, as quickly as possible. Rest assured, your membership ID has been placed on a list and will be looked into. Accounts are being looked into in the order they were placed on the list. " (Emelyn, 2/13/12)
Thankfully I had already redeemed the majority of my points before they locked my account, so there were few points remaining. Whatever was left they can keep. I am done with them.
7:42pm on February 19th, 2012
I have been a panelist with Opinion Outpost for three years and like many here have consistently had problems since their merger with SSI.
The rewards have been significantly reduced and I constantly encounter error messages upon completing all or most of the surveys I qualify for.
Also, I haven't been able to redeem my points for any of the rewards for the past two months and customer service hasn't responded to any of my queries.
My suggestion for anyone thinking about joining Opinion Outpost should register for another site.
Anonymous Location unknown
9:46pm on February 10th, 2012
Let's see, within the first week of joining, I made $10 a night. Only about an hour worth of work a night too. I understand why people are giving it low votes and what-not because of transaction issues but calling it a scam is just BS. Just because you don't qualify for half the surveys, and half the time a specific redemption service is out of order doesn't mean that it's a scam. For me, it's simple and one of the most legitimate online survey sites I've ever used. I fill out surveys for an hour then I redeem it to my PayPal account immediately.
Albert L USA(N.C.)
4:08pm on February 9th, 2012
It works for me, and they pay you really fast.
JV Los Angeles
3:48pm on February 9th, 2012
Many of you whiners make me laugh. It seems like you are embellishing your negative reviews make this website seem like the "worse" ever.
Let me tell you-I've tried over 10 survey sites and NONE compare to Opinion Outpost. First off, this is one of the few sites that credit your account immediately after completing a survey.
Others can take 2-8 weeks just to get credited. This is also the ONLY site that instantly credits your Paypal account after you have accumulated 100 points.
Other sites can take 2-6 weeks to get paid+a few still send you a check(rather than instant Paypal). Also quite a few other sites you need to wait for an email just to try a new survey.
At OO, you can just click into your dashboard to try a bunch of surveys. Yeah, ok, it's not easy to qualify; but this is no different than any other survey site.
What? Did you think you would qualify for EVERY survey? Success rate is probably around 20% or less, depending on how you filled out your profile.
Since November 2011, I've earned close to $300(all paid instantly via Paypal). I got may girlfriend to sign up and she is doing pretty well too.
1:04pm on February 6th, 2012
I tried to redeem my points again and again a message came up that we cannot process your claim at this time. None of the redeem options work for me; all give me same message. It has been this way for a week. I decided to unsubscribe and write off the money they owe me than waste my time contacting them trying to get money I know I will never see. It is clear from most of the recent reviews they will not pay you. Maybe some got money from them, but they were lucky. There is no reason the redeem points shouldn't work, unless it is a scam. Don't use this site, unless you are willing to work for free.
3:00pm on February 5th, 2012
First I haven't had a problem with the new opinion outpost, other than not as many emailed invites. Incentives are lower now so takes a little longer to build up. You can only withdraw up to $30 a day with their Paypal. It's stated on the redemption page when you click on paypal.
I had a problem with a survey I completed - after doing the survey and entering my demographics it said I didn't qualify. I emailed support with the survey link and they responded quickly that it would be fixed. The points were put in my account.
Anonymous Location unknown
9:25pm on February 3rd, 2012
They used to send checks to people, for that is what they did when I joined a year ago. It is not a lie. Now that they switched to Paypal, I tried to redeem my points only to be told they cannot process the claim at this time. That is not a lie. And what motive would I or anyone else here have in lying.You can believe what you want, but I would suggest to anyone be very careful about this site. Until I get my money, I will rate this site as one star. I may have wasted hours doing these surveys and not get paid one penny.
Larry Leonis California
6:16pm on February 3rd, 2012
These reviews are nothing, but lies. They did change a couple months ago. But as far as getting a check that was no good. That would be a lie. They don't even send checks. They pay through paypal. I make 50 to 100 bucks every month and I always get my money. The people claiming they don't make money are the ones that morons that probably cannot read
4:10pm on February 3rd, 2012
I just tried to redeem close to $50 in points I amassed over the past year and the redeem points system failed. I belong to Paypal and yet it says claim cannot be processed at this time. The Amazon redeem claim doesn't work and I don't belong to CITIBANK. It seems unlikely I will ever get the money the owe. Will try again over the next few days then walk away if it doesn't work. Also new improvements are worse. Site better before.
Stephanie Location unknown
2:15pm on February 1st, 2012
This site use to be a good one.. now it's garbage.I agree with other statements made.It was actually December it changed 100% for the worst.I will not use them anymore.Such a sad thing because I use to make $50+ a month! Not cool,not cool.
Donna Kansas City
11:38am on January 30th, 2012
I received the check from this place, took it to the bank, and they said this was a fraud, the check was not authentic. If they would of cashed the check, it would of bounced and I would have been responsible for the funds, which would of meant that my accounts would of been blocked and closed. The bank took the envelope and the check. I was really leary about this to begin with.
3:30pm on January 28th, 2012
What a scam! I just answered an entire survey, only to be told that I didn't qualify for that survey. Ridiculous. I have $7.50 to cash out, but guess what? The only way to cash out when you have less than $10 is through Amazon, and Amazon's been "temporarily unavailable" for a while now, so my $7.50 will just have to sit in limbo, because I refuse to waste anymore time on a opinion outpost--the biggest scam on the internet.
1:13pm on January 27th, 2012
This used to be my one and only online survey site. I used to make at least $ 10.00 a day. A pretty good deal and the customer service was excellent.
After November , I believe a thief took this site to control and now this is kind of a garbage. I primarily use Amazon since the things are cheaper there and can be shipped to anywhere. Last year they had a problem with amazon GC and took more than a month to reactivate it. In fact, they stopped with without letting the survey takers. Again, amazon is "TEMPORARILY" unavailable. This tells the story about poor, stupid and unacknowledged computerized customer service. The customer service does not know anything. Regardless what ever the question you send, you will get the same answer. One time I asked when would the amazon activated in November. End of December (after 35 days) I was emailed saying that if you are not qualified even at the end then it was not there problem. I was disappointed with over 100 surveys without the consent.
I really wonder, why these people are stealing others time and the views. Most time they ask phone #, address. If if is a survey, it should be independent. No personal data are required to complete a survey.
Nathalie Mason Arizona
8:10pm on January 25th, 2012
1. Dont request password - that does not go to any one.
2. Same problems as a lot of people above lot of work to be told don't qualify for survey.
Nathalie Mason arizona
7:58pm on January 25th, 2012
I was sent into a survey that requested my password I dont want any surveys that request that private info from me.
10:36am on January 25th, 2012
Same as many of the others. They used to be good, but lately, I complete or almost complete a survey (15-20 minutes) to be told that I don't qualify. Same as Steve in NY and many others.
J. Anderson Denver Colorado
4:23pm on January 24th, 2012
I got the same solicitation as Mr. Prescott. If it sounds too good to be true it probably is. Ignore the secret shopper scam.
3:20pm on January 23rd, 2012
I received a request to become a survey person for Opinion Outpost for which I would receive $150 per survey. This is a scam pure and simple. My first "Assignment" is to check out my local Western Union office. I have been instructed to send a check for $970.00 to a "Mystery consumer" in another region. I supposedly will receive the info as to where to the "Mystery consumer" resides in another email coming to me soon. In the meantime I will receive a check in the mail for $1210.00. I have been instructed to cash the check. Take $150 for my survey reimbursement and then spend $90 for transfer fees to wire the $970 check. The way this works is your bank may initially cash the check but then it won't clear. By then you may have been foolish enough to send a good check to the "Mystery consumer". Avoid them at all costs!
7:32pm on January 21st, 2012
Yes, after being approved, taking the entire survey of half an hour, and saying to check in tomorrow, i was told i was not a match. How dishonest. I cannot get into my account either.
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