Cashback Research Reviews – Legit or Scam?


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Cashback Research

 

CashbackResearch.com is a new market research site promising that people can make money taking surveys.  You are able to sign up for free, and once you are registered you are given almost instant access to surveys.

In order to complete the surveys offered by Cashback Research, you must disable your pop up blocker, as their surveys will act as pop ups.  After answering a few screener questions, you will either be allowed to complete the survey, or informed that you don’t qualify and told to move on to another survey.

The successful completion of a survey will generally result in a payment of $1 to your account.  Once you reach $10 in your account, you have the choice of receiving your money through PayPal.  If you prefer getting paid in gift cards, then you must wait until your account reaches $25 in order to receive your payment.  In both cases, Cashback Research requires 30 days to officially confer payment.

Cashback Research also offers ways to earn “Bonus Cash” by performing tasks other than taking surveys.  Often these tasks will include special offers from advertisers and partners of Cashback Research.  In the case of doing trial offers, it is always important to know the details of the trial before you agree to it.  If you are unable to cancel within a certain time frame or don’t return the item in the necessary condition, you will be charged money.

Cashback Research is a little different than other market research companies in the way they do business.  Most companies will require you to take a detailed personal questionnaire when you register, and then they will send you surveys that match your questionnaire.  Sometimes these surveys will require extra questions that can result in you being disqualified.

But Cashback Research simply provides you with general links to surveys, and you take questions before you answer.  This means that you can frequently come across surveys that you don’t qualify for.  Really, in order to make money with Cashback Research, you have to be willing to check their website every day in search of surveys that will work for you.

But if you have the time and the commitment to check the website every day, then Cashback Survey might work for you.

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Average Rating for " Cashback Research " is 1.8 out of 5 based on 54 reviews.
  • Its it true or spam
  • Signed up last winter and have only recently taken time to do the tasks and surveys. But once I started the spam calls started also. Most of their survey links do not work and they are not very good at crediting your account. I have had to provide proof of completions several times. Just trying to get to 30.00, so I can cash out and close down my account with them. There are many much better paying survey sites else where,
  • do not answer these surveys. I signed up and found out this is a scam. They sell your telephone number to agencies. I'm called at least 6 times a day, I add them to the DO NOT CALL LIST, however the next day they have another telephone number and they keep calling. one day I picked up phone when they called, and a man answered and said he was with National Health, I then asked what his name was and he replied John, I then asked what his last name was, and the answered "Who are you Columbo, are you Ms Columbo and then hung up. The calls intensified after that. I called my phone carrier and asked if they could do something and I was told this is called Spoofing, so I asked about call rejection and was told I couldn't do anything about it. I was told just don't answered any number that I don't recognize. That was 2 months ago. save yourself head aches and don't get sucked into this.
  • So far a waste of time. I have been waiting 25 days for a $30.00 payout to my paypal account. We shall see what happens. You would need to spend an hour per day-minimum, to make one dollar, assuming you could find a survey you qualify for. What a joke. Who needs to qualify to take a stupid survey. My fingers would fall off and I would go blind before I made any money.
  • I think they make money but not me
  • Signed up for this because of the $10 bonus. After I put in my information and the other pages popped up for you to join or buy something I knew this was a waist of time. The next day I received about 4 emails saying I would get .02 for just clicking the link. One of the emails said I would get .50 for clicking the lick and picking whether I liked coke or Pepsi. I was only paid .02 for clicking on the coke or pepsi and not .50 as stated. I also didn't get the $10 for signing up.
  • fake, scam, lie
  • I just stared with C.B.R. yesterday and so far I have done the intreseting surveys and really enjoyed them. and also watching my money grow.
  • I was just about to sign on at cashback research when luckily I stumbled on this excellent website! Reviewopedia I Love You! Thanks for all the reviews of this website you guys! You've just saved me atleast two weeks of frustration finding out that they are just another scam website that wants your personal information without giving or paying anything in return! My Sincere Thanks-Robert Alan in Dearborn,Michigan
    • Its now a minimum $30 you have to get b4 you can cash-out. I cashed out and had the money in my paypal account about 10 days later, even though it says it takes up to 30 days. so no complaints here.
  • ive gotten a $20 payout ONCE kept trying to see what it was about and made another payout, still havent received it that was 3 months ago
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