Web Perspectives is a site where users sign up to complete surveys, earning points that can be redemmed for gift cards, air miles or donated.
I will be updating the Pros as soon as I am able to complete a survey.
- Setting up your account is quite exhaustive, I actually became uncomfortable at the number of questions I was being asked, and the questions were repetitive. There are 12 different areas of topic to complete in the profile, each area with 3-5 pages.
- Extremely difficult to actually get surveys.
- Limited reward options, the biggest omission being Paypal, most people who do surveys want the money to spend as they wish.
WHO IT IS FOR
You must be 14 years of age or older and a Canadian citizen.
Quite honestly there is none, compared to other sites that I have registered with who actually have ‘tours’ or ‘tutorials’. Okay you might say taking surveys is not rocket science, but some of these sites do have a lot of information and it does make it easier, especially to a newcomer, to have a tour.
I can’t comment because I haven’t tried the support as of yet. I am giving myself another few weeks to try and qualify for a survey, if that doesn’t happen I will contacting them and will be in a position to provide my opinion on their support.
Free, all you need to do is create an account.
As of today I am on the fence about Web Perspectives. As mentionned I have not been able to get a survey to try, so therefore have not been able to earn points. I am disappointed that they do not have the option of cashing out via Paypal, which I do with other sites, allowing me to use the money where I choose.
For now, based on my own experience, I would not recommend Web Perspectives. If this should change I will be updating this review.