9:55pm on August 4th, 2013
Why are you people PAYING to take surveys?
Mark united states
11:56am on May 2nd, 2013
i have been a member of survey scout about one year and I do not know what the writer is referring to. I use survey scout to get amazon gift cards which they send instantly the minute you have 10 dollars earned. The surveys credit fairly quickly and they also have a credit card option which I have never used. Most of the surveys are low paying or lower than some sites but they do pay and its not a huge money maker but for extra it does good
7:23am on January 31st, 2013
Must be two different survey sites under Survey Scout. The one I use doesn't have ANY MEMBERSHIP FEE - It just offers surveys for small reward amounts and pays as promised.
5:54pm on May 28th, 2012
I joined the free survey site for survey scout-at one time they offered this at least several months ago. I made over 25.00 and they would never pay me or answer my email as to why...survey scout is nothing but a scam and I doubt they even pay people that actually pay for the service!! It was a big waste of my time.....
5:19pm on April 7th, 2012
i just entered all my info in surveyscout.com DON'T DO IT in order to move forward after i entered my info; i had to pay 35$ or buy netflix etc. BIG SCAM- IF U CURIOUS ENTER AN INVALID NAME OR EMAIL N U WILL SEE.
Lisema Ralitsoele Lesotho
10:40am on October 13th, 2011
Thank you very much for your good work
11:18pm on August 27th, 2010
Thanks guys for the details. I won't dare to spend time and money on such site!
L.B. Higginbotham Lubbock, TX
2:26pm on June 5th, 2010
What the hell is Survey Scout anyway, the falsely advertise that I can make a 100 dollars a survey, they give me the names of survey, and pay to click sites which I am already a member of, then the tell me I need to pay them 35 dollars, or sign-up for paid offers. SurveyScout is a scam, DON'T GO THERE!
Angelica Location unknown
7:01am on February 21st, 2010
lol thanks so much for warning us :))
Lyn Location unknown
1:53am on November 1st, 2009
Surveyscout.com is total scam your $. Tried to contact, the contact page not even working correctly.
4:47am on March 13th, 2009
i wish i had seen these testimonials before i joined survey scout.
such a waste of time!! well, now i know.
12:04am on March 3rd, 2009
i joined got nothing but junk in my email made no money wasted time erasing all those e- mails. and stole my money,i would try to contact them and i could not get in to talk to cancell.
6:39pm on January 18th, 2009
My wife signed up for this program.
It was promoted on the TrafficSwarm website in a way that seemed to us as if they were endorsing it.
Intending to give it an honest try, she spent days and days filling out surveys, only to recieve a few printable coupons that you could clip on your own.
They tell you the surveys are mostly short, and only take a few minutes. ALL of hers were VERY long, and wanted entirely too much personal information.
We suspected from the start that they may be simply gathering contact information, and selling it for a profit. So much so that she created a special email acct. to use just for it.
To this day (over TWO YEARS later) that email acct. still gets THOUSANDS of emails each and EVERY week as a result. This was the only place that email address was ever used.
It took over a year for the phone calls to fall off.
She never made a single dime. And just think, we PAID for this pleasure.
In our opinion, it's a total scam. It seems as though others share the same opinion.
I only placed this comment all this time later, because I see they are still tricking people, and stealing their money. It's only a little money from each person. But it's mutiplied by thousands, and thousands of people.
It still pisses me off.
I haven't gotten around to seeing what the folks running this site are "pushing" yet. For all I know it's a scam too.
There's certainly plenty of it to go around. But I will add, that not EVERYTHING on the internet, is a scam, as many people believe.
That's our experience with Survey Scout. Use it as you see fit.
Proceed with "caution" neighbors.
When something stops passing the common sense filter, it's usually time to leave it alone.
10:55am on January 10th, 2009
JUST ONE MORE COMMENT ABOUT SURVEYSCOUT===== Richard Saulsbury and all your buddies?????? How do you all sleep at night??? Or maybe you're up all night scamming innocent folks like me!!!!
10:49am on January 10th, 2009
this SCAM company should be reported to the BBB and your credit card company if that was your method of payment. I,ve tried unsuccessfully to obtain a refund because you cannot get in touch with
Anonymous Location unknown
9:05pm on December 30th, 2008
thanks guys..i am walking away
Dale New Mexico
11:35am on August 24th, 2008
I joined survey scout and signed up for 100 survey sites. In 3 weeks I made $4.00. Requested refund, we'll see. There are no survey sites that pay what they claim. I have done surveys for over a year and have had one survey that paid me $25.00 and my next highest was $10.00 and they are few and far between. As a hobby it is ok, but don't expect to make much money, it is total BS!
7:24am on July 24th, 2008
yep the whole things ridiculous..im just trying to find a way to get my money back..its all a scam!! i thought telesale was bad lool
3:32pm on June 26th, 2008
I mistakenly joined Survey Scout. After the seemingly endless questionaires that you are NOT paid for, I was turned down for their .50 surveys because I didn't qualify. It seems they are just trying to accumulate information about you, with no real profit to you. I have requested a refund, but not sure if I will actually get it. I would advise NOT to join!
10:56am on February 22nd, 2008
Yes this system is everything Steve Albright explained it to be. I bought into this system and it was a waste of my time and money because the information you get is the same ones you can get for free if you just take a little time to search the net. They send you to sites that are free but only give you pennies per survey or entries into prize drawings. Who in their right mind would want to do a 30minute survey for pennies. Not me, I just sucked it up as another loss.
On the topic of Surveys, be careful with these Survey companies. Most of these companies when they say take a short survey, it is not like what they advertise it to be. These are surveys but in order to make money, you have to sign up for the trial offers. Between the trial offer fees and the actual money they pay you for filling out the offer you might come out with just a few dollars; thats if you remember to cancel out the trial offers you just signed up with. Trust me, I have yet to find a survey company that delivers what they claim. I have so far only made a couple of dollars between what they pay for signing up trial offers and remembering to cancel before time runs out. If anyone does find a "real" survey paying like advertise company, please share the wealth and repost here for us wishful thinkers.
PS.. No, I am not a supporter of Steve's site. However I am looking into what he has to offer. I am just like you, an opportunist.