standard How To Avoid Online Paid Surveys Scams

Don’t be fooled by hype that “offers” big rewards for investments or money. With impressive Testimonials, Documented Proof that paid survey scams can counterfeit just any document and make it look authentic. Do not believe that Paid survey sites possibly guarantee you anything, and even refund your fees if you’re not satisfied. Good luck, I say, to collecting your refund from online paid survey scams.

Don’t let the hype alone sell you but read the “fine print” and ask questions if you don’t understand. Paid survey sites not only contradict but try to cover themselves legally. Check before submitting personal information to this paid surveys site that you are unclear. Some survey sites only list email or PO Box addresses, is careful as they maybe fly-by-night, paid survey scams.

Don’t do business if paid survey sites were registered by proxy and “whois” lookup will reveal that. Some sites hide their contact information behind proxy services, because they’re running paid survey scams. Same owners have multiple sites to make their “industry” appear to be more legit, dupe you into buying the same list of paid surveys more than once.

Just because there are no complaints, it doesn’t mean that paid survey site conducting business are 100% satisfied. It means that no one has yet complained to the BBB about those specific sites. More browse scam forums, like and, if think you’ve been duped by online paid survey scams.

Don’t be fool by some ropers and shills pretending to “rescue” those who’ve been duped by paid survey scams. Some don’t tell if they profit from recommending the “wonderful opportunities”. Scam-forum moderators remove such messages, but, natch, remains posted until the moderators screen them.

Some claim to have screen out paid survey scams, or link to fee-based middleman sites or display ads for same, as they’re probably trying to earn commissions and referral fees by duping you. Natch, the sites that pay them the most, receive the highest ratings. While others, go as far as to display phony award logos and hokey rating stars.

To avoid scams, seek the consumer advice from the FTC and BBB. Be careful, you are specifically warned about the quick and easy-money schemes like work-at-home and Internet business-opportunity scams, by online paid surveys.

Once there are enough complaints, by consumers, it won’t be long before the FTC or BBB or USA government’s Internet Fraud Complaint Center issue specific warnings. Already the Web, local BBB offices have been flooded by complaints against paid surveys.
Aid Surveys offers only general information and opinion. It is not legal advice. Please see an attorney for legal advice and you do so at your sole risk.

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