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SurveyJunkie Points Proof

SurveyJunkie Points Proof

#surveyjunkie was joined to the directory of online survey panels. While not a new survey site, Survey Junkie is new to

A community of millions of survey takers: Survey Junkie currently has over 11,000,000 survey takers across the USA, Canada and Australia. Surveys take about an average of 15 minutes to complete. With point approvals completed within 24 hours, the site has gained popularity in current years.

Take surveys on your phone using the app

#surveyjunkie offers a mobile app on both iOS and Android which mimics the main website. You can take surveys directly from your phone, check your points balance, and redeem your points for a rewards redemption. The app is a convenient way to take surveys when you’re not at your computer, and notifications of new surveys make it easier to complete surveys straight as soon as they become available. Download the app HERE.

Disqualification points

If you get disqualified from completing a survey and you will at some point, Survey Junkie will still awards you points just for trying to complete it!! Cool deal? Yes!

Earn PayPal cash and MORE

When your account reaches a balance of 500 points ($5), you can redeem your points for a reward. Rewards options include PayPal transfer can be made instantly to your PayPal account. Bank deposits and e-gift cards (which are available to USA and Canada, UK, and Australia members only) are great options.

Note: Although rewards are usually made instantly, there may be a requirement to verify your identity (via SMS, etc.) before receiving your reward.

On you can earn up to 620 points per survey as you can see below. This a screenshot of my account with available surveys with the amount of points.


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