A Comprehensive Survey Junkie Review 2018 – Is It a Scam Or Legit?

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Jeremy started Hustle Life as a typical crappy affiliate marketing site and was attractive to the elusive allure of "passive income" but after years of learning, he learned that online marketing is more about HUSTLE than sitting on your @$$ doing nothing and he want's to pass on his hard-earned lessons to you.

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Jamal Drey says February 20, 2018

Take Surveys For Cash! Discover a WEIRD trick I use for online paid surveys to make over $3,500 per month…

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    Jeremy Harrison says February 24, 2018

    Thanks for the spam

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Ketionee Williams says February 24, 2018

Thats a lie I get paid daily from survey junkie without problems and they stopped spamming and they reply quickly with emails and I’ve earned $10 within 2 hours and they reply quickly with any issues I have including payment.

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    Jeremy Harrison says February 24, 2018

    Thanks for the feedback Ketionee

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Linda Kay says April 5, 2018

Takes way too much time and expect to get cheated occasionally. I have put hours of time in surveys only to come to the end of the survey and the page freezes or disappears and sends you back to the home page. I’ve also had money that was owed and never sent. Don’t bother to email them. 7 emails about problems receiving my reward as promise and NO answer.

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    Jeremy Harrison says April 7, 2018

    Wow, that’s unfortunate Linda! Thanks for your feedback

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    May says September 21, 2018

    so true. I’ve lost at least $5 this way. out of the $10 they offer as your redeemable pay, that’s saying something.

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Sam Johnson says April 7, 2018

Took a long survey of several advertisements on survey junkie. At the end I got “this page does no longer exist”. Scam. Stay away.

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    Jeremy Harrison says April 7, 2018

    Thanks for you feedback Sam

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MICHAEL says May 12, 2018

THANK YOU FOR INFO ON CRAPPY SURVEY JUNKIE, BUT… WHAT ARE YOUR FAVE SURVEY SITES THAT ACTUALLY WORTH OUR TIME AND PAY US WITHOUT MANY PROBLEMS? THANK YOU FOR ALL YOU DO, JEREMY, AND PLS EMAIL ME YOUR REPLY!

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    Jeremy Harrison says May 12, 2018

    Hi Michael, I haven’t tried many to be honest with you – so if you find any please let me know.

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Jenx says May 15, 2018

Well i dont recieve anymore surveys!!! Almost haof a year now.. i wonder why..

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Richard says May 31, 2018

Their surveys keep asking for my home address, I’m not comfortable giving that out for some run-of-the-mill survey provider. I haven’t seen this behavior with any other site which is a red flag for me. The only thing they need are my answers, not where I live, unless they plan on sending me a complimentary pizza!

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Linda G says June 14, 2018

Survey Junkie was going okay for me for about 2 weeks but now they have slowed down on the surveys they let me have or complete. And now they let me go all the way through and then tell me it is filled up which has not happened on this site until now. I just wasted 30 minutes for an awful 15 point survey. And they used to give me 3 points for trying a survey or if I got rejected. Now I only get 2 points. I find it interesting that as soon as one pops up they are already filled as soon as you click it. Really? They usually like you to answer a few questions to see if you are a match. We shall see. This could just be a bump in the road.

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Michele says July 17, 2018

I really liked Survey Junkie, and cashed out a few times there. However recently, I have been having problems. I click on the 1 minute survey and it is “no longer available” every time… I mean there have been several occasions when I clicked on it as soon as it arrived…. only to receive the “no longer available” message. Also, I have fully filled completed a few surveys and did NOT receive credit. This just happened to me again yesterday. I contacted them about the survey I completed and was not credited for and about the 1 minute survey thing. I only got a response about the 1 minute survey. They said once a survey hits it’s quota… well then you can’t take it. Not one word about the survey I DID complete and was not credited for. I would also like to point out that the three surveys I completed and got no credit for were from universities and were political. Yesterday’s survey was about gun control…I fully completed it – and no points. I would advise against completing any surveys having to do with politics on their site.

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Randy Metro says July 25, 2018

If Survey Junkie put a disclaimer – not in small print – “Don’t quit your day job” they wouldn’t get any negative reviews. I’ve got free time when I’m on my PC, so I fill it up playing Solitaire and (my favorite) Spider Solitaire when I am bored. Now, I also go to S-Junkie and do a few surveys to hit the $1 amount each day. Get that $1 is almost like a game itself. I also do Bing Bucks or Bing Rewards whatever they call themselves. The way I look at it, all it is just for fun. As everyone points out, the “pay” is low. Don’t quit your day job because this is not a job. Ideally this is for retired & disabled when extra time on their hands…but that lands you in a demographic that isn’t the most desirable for the surveys, so you will find yourself kicked out of a lot a surveys. The site is somewhat intuitive as to which sites you are most suited for. I am not the best demographic and I know it. Finally: log on to your PC, read your email, go to your news sites, blogs, play Solitaire, then, or in between, go to Survey Junkie. It should be fun not a hair puller.

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Tim Barry says September 20, 2018

Seems to work OK but it’s pretty much a waste of time if you’re doing it for money. To do a fair test I signed up and put in a block of four solid hours doing 14 different surveys. During that test I was blocked out as “not qualified” or “survey already filled” six times. Results: I made $5.17. Makes earning minimum wage working as a Walmart greeter sound good!

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Tim Barry says September 20, 2018

Easy to sign up and seems to work OK but it’s pretty much a waste of time if you’re doing it for money. To do a fair test I signed up and put in a block of four solid hours doing 14 different surveys. During that test I was blocked out as “not qualified” or “survey already filled” six times. Results: I made $5.17. Makes earning minimum wage working as a Walmart greeter sound good!

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May says September 21, 2018

Survey junkie is ABSOLUTELY a scam. Don’t trust the comments supporting them from their employees or people they’ve sponsored to leave positive feedback. You’ll happily earn “points” until you get enough to redeem, then they’ll send you “verification error” messages until you get fed up and forfeit the $10. DON’T WASTE YOUR TIME.

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May says September 22, 2018

Nah, that starts to happen the moment you hit $10 and gets worse the more points you accumulate.

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