QuizLucky Review – $800 Per Day?
It’s been a while since I reviewed a survey site, so I thought I’d check and see what’s new. The latest site I’ve come across that promises to pay you cash for completing surveys online is QuizLucky. They make it seem easy and their site says that they’ve paid out more than $8 million dollars to date, and they offer both cash for answering survey questions and payments to people who refer friends and family. QuizLucky says you can earn up to $800 per day using their site.
Surveys are popular among people who want to make money online, largely because they’re seen as not requiring a lot of work. After all, who doesn’t know how to answer questions? At QuizLucky, you just sign up, watch a few commercials and get paid. That certainly sounds easy, but how does it work? Does it work? Can you really make money this way? Read on for my full QuizLucky review.
It’s certainly easy to sign up at QuizLucky; all you do is give them an email address, a password and the email address for either your PayPal or Payza account. After that, you log in, and you’ll see the user dashboard. To take surveys, you just click on the Surveys link at the top of the page. You’ll be taken to a page that has four surveys listed. You can click on any one of the four, and you can take up to four surveys per day. For each survey that you complete, QuizLucky says they will pay you $18. That’s a total of $72 per day, or $504 per week if you do this every day.
The surveys are quite simple; you watch a short, 30 second television commercial. Then you will be asked 8 questions about the commercial that you just watched. The questions are all multiple choice, and the questions never vary:
1) Did you see this trade mark earlier?
2) Does the advertising video create a good impression about the company?
3) How do you treat to the goods by this producer?
4) Do you perceive this advertisement as original, new, and differ from the other some?
5) Should the company place this advertisement in the Internet?
6) Appreciate the degree of importance of the information you got
7) Can this advertisement help in involving of consumers?
8) How does this advertisement look compared with competitive producers?
Once you have answered the 8 questions, QuizLucky will tell you that your survey is complete and that $18 has been added to your account. Then you can take another survey if you like, up to four per day. While $504 per week isn’t bad, especially since taking four surveys will likely only take about ten minutes of your time, QuizLucky says you can earn even more by referring friends to the site.
QuizLucky gives you a special link that you can share with friends and family members and if they click on that link and sign up, you will earn a $35 referral fee for each person who signs up underneath you. You will also earn 15% of the amount that your referrals earn when they take surveys. If you refer 10 friends in a week and each of them takes the maximum number of surveys, you could earn $350 in referral signup bonuses plus another $756 from their earnings. If you do this every week, it could add up to a lot of money in your QuizLucky account.
QuizLucky says that they pay by PayPal or Payza, and you must have $1000 in your account in order to get paid. It also says that you will have to wait a month for your money unless you refer five friends. That’s where things get a bit shaky, because QuizLucky isn’t likely to pay you, nor are they likely to pay anyone. The home page says that they’ve paid out more than $8 million dollars so far. That’s kind of a surprise, since the Website has been online for only a week.
In truth, QuizLucky isn’t going to pay you. This site is like a number of other sites that is owned by someone in Russia. They promise to pay cash for simple tasks, but if you give any thought to what they’re asking you to do in exchange for money, you’d realize that there’s simply no reason to pay you. The survey I took today showed me a commercial that was from 2014. Then they asked me the questions above about that commercial. Why would anyone want to pay someone for their opinion about a commercial that aired last year?
Marketing companies do take surveys about their commercials, but they do that before they spend the money to put them on the air. That’s so they know that the commercials will work. A year later, consumer information about commercials is useless, and no marketing company is going to pay people to take surveys about old commercials. So what is QuizLucky doing?
They’re collecting email addresses.
They’re collecting PayPal and Payza login email addresses.
They’re showing you advertising on their site.
They’ll likely make a bit of money from the ads on their site, as a few visitors will click on them. They’re probably using the email addresses to send out spam email to people, so if you sign up, you can expect to get a lot more mail from Russia soon. They’re also likely trying to hack some PayPal or Payza accounts, and it’s likely that they’ll actually succeed with a few of them. What they’re not doing is paying people to take surveys.
While it would be nice to make $800 per day taking surveys, you’re not going to make any money doing that at QuizLucky, because they’re not going to pay you. It is possible to make money online, and if you’re really interested in that, and you don’t mind doing a bit of work, then you should skip QuizLucky and try my #1 recommendation instead. That sure beats giving up your email address or having your accounts hacked, which is a distinct possibility if you sign up with QuizLucky.
QuizLucky is not recommended.