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Title: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: alw3610 on May 18, 2012, 12:12:33 pm
I was able to qualify into and complete this survey in full but I did not receive credit for it and it didn't disappear from my FC Survey list. I know that I finished this survey, because the survey company will be sending me a new product to test and to survey. :crybaby2: Missing $2.30.
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: cwillard1 on May 18, 2012, 12:17:11 pm
I did this survery for 20 mins then told I did not qualify.  I was a little upset because I answered most of the what I use detergent wise questions.  :-[
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: AMBERTAYLOR31 on May 18, 2012, 04:52:44 pm
same for me.  what a bummer!!!  i did this one for a long time.  a long boring survey about detergent and then told that i don't qualify.  that's just ridiculous.  it makes me so mad when that happens.  at least it doesn't happen to me too much.
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: falcon9 on May 18, 2012, 05:18:39 pm
same for me.  what a bummer!!!  i did this one for a long time.  a long boring survey about detergent and then told that i don't qualify.  that's just ridiculous.  it makes me so mad when that happens.  at least it doesn't happen to me too much.

I concur since the same happened when I took that particular survey.  Got all the way to the last page, they vetted my demographics after having completed all survey questions beyond the pre-quals and then they DQ'd.  Did anyone get paid for that survey?
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: ajann1983 on May 21, 2012, 12:17:49 pm
i think i dq'd on that survey.
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: firestorm420 on May 21, 2012, 12:42:57 pm
I didnt ever see this survey, but after reading these posts, Im glad I didnt get it and waste my time going through it all only to be DQed! Hate when that happens.. Good luck to all on your next FC Survey!
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: ssmsurvey on May 21, 2012, 01:06:16 pm
I went straight to disqualify. My guess is it reached the limit quickly.
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: HuffmanFamilyof4 on May 28, 2012, 02:38:54 pm
most reasons for being disqualified from a survey even when your over 50-75% complete is because most people speed through them or are inconsistent with their answers with out even realizing they are doing it. I'm guilty of doing that myself.and example is, they will ask you a question, then they will reword it another way,same question if you give it a different answer then you'll be DQ'd   
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: alw3610 on May 28, 2012, 04:35:56 pm
I WAS NOT DISQUALIFIED! I RECEIVED THE LAUNDRY SOAP AND I AM TESTING IT AS WE SPEAK! THE SURVEY WAS COMPLETED IN FULL! I KNOW HOW TO COMPLETE A SURVEY WITH RUSHING THROUGH IT, I HAVE MADE 99% OF MY MONEY COMPLETING SURVEYS! JUST LOOK AT MY BANNER FOR THE PROOF! ALL I WONDERED ABOUT WAS THE INITIAL $2.30 CREDIT! THANKS FOR THE TIP!
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: falcon9 on May 28, 2012, 04:45:05 pm
most reasons for being disqualified from a survey even when your over 50-75% complete is because most people speed through them or are inconsistent with their answers with out even realizing they are doing it. 

While I'm not sure if that accounts for why most people get DQ'd from surveys, this particular survey DQ'd me at the last page with a message indicating that they'd reached the desired number of participants for my slice of the demographics.  That can happen while you're taking a survey and is a chance that the surveyed takes, (and one which there's no way to determine if they're honest about or, skimming survey responses without compensating the survey-takers ... i.e., a 'crap-shoot').
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: dwiley11 on May 29, 2012, 08:47:57 am
this one I got credit pretty fast
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: HuffmanFamilyof4 on July 08, 2012, 11:23:15 am
most reasons for being disqualified from a survey even when your over 50-75% complete is because most people speed through them or are inconsistent with their answers with out even realizing they are doing it. 

While I'm not sure if that accounts for why most people get DQ'd from surveys, this particular survey DQ'd me at the last page with a message indicating that they'd reached the desired number of participants for my slice of the demographics.  That can happen while you're taking a survey and is a chance that the surveyed takes, (and one which there's no way to determine if they're honest about or, skimming survey responses without compensating the survey-takers ... i.e., a 'crap-shoot').
what a good point. thanks for setting me straight
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: falcon9 on July 09, 2012, 12:57:14 am
most reasons for being disqualified from a survey even when your over 50-75% complete is because most people speed through them or are inconsistent with their answers with out even realizing they are doing it. 

While I'm not sure if that accounts for why most people get DQ'd from surveys, this particular survey DQ'd me at the last page with a message indicating that they'd reached the desired number of participants for my slice of the demographics.  That can happen while you're taking a survey and is a chance that the surveyed takes, (and one which there's no way to determine if they're honest about or, skimming survey responses without compensating the survey-takers ... i.e., a 'crap-shoot').

what a good point. thanks for setting me straight

Da nada.
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: Cubboo on July 09, 2012, 03:23:57 am
most reasons for being disqualified from a survey even when your over 50-75% complete is because most people speed through them or are inconsistent with their answers with out even realizing they are doing it. 

While I'm not sure if that accounts for why most people get DQ'd from surveys, this particular survey DQ'd me at the last page with a message indicating that they'd reached the desired number of participants for my slice of the demographics.  That can happen while you're taking a survey and is a chance that the surveyed takes, (and one which there's no way to determine if they're honest about or, skimming survey responses without compensating the survey-takers ... i.e., a 'crap-shoot').

I don't think survey companies would rob you of your answers. That's kinda unfair to point the finger at them. When you take the surveys your last demographic questions could have screened you out. Or you probably clicked the wrong button (by accident I'm sure?) and it didn't match your pre qualifying questions. But to talk about or even bring up that fc sponsors might be doing something dirty is against policy rules.
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: falcon9 on July 09, 2012, 09:12:36 am
most reasons for being disqualified from a survey even when your over 50-75% complete is because most people speed through them or are inconsistent with their answers with out even realizing they are doing it. 

While I'm not sure if that accounts for why most people get DQ'd from surveys, this particular survey DQ'd me at the last page with a message indicating that they'd reached the desired number of participants for my slice of the demographics.  That can happen while you're taking a survey and is a chance that the surveyed takes, (and one which there's no way to determine if they're honest about or, skimming survey responses without compensating the survey-takers ... i.e., a 'crap-shoot').

I don't think survey companies would rob you of your answers. That's kinda unfair to point the finger at them.

I didn't state that they did, I replied to a more honest FC member than you that there's no way to determine conclusively why someone is DQ'd from any particular survey.  There's no "finger pointing" in a general observation and your usual false characterizations are rejected as usual.

But to talk about or even bring up that fc sponsors might be doing something dirty is against policy rules.

No specific sponsors were brought up.  Whereas FC is fairly lenient in permitting "cubboo" to disparage them concerning offers and suggesting many of them are "a waste of time".
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: Cubboo on July 09, 2012, 10:46:32 am
Quote : and one which there's no way to determine if they're honest about or, skimming survey responses without compensating the survey-takers ... i.e., a 'crap-shoot').

You were talking about fusion cash surveys here. Youre sayin that you didn't say something bad about the sponsor? Clearly you did and thats against the TOS.  :wave: (btw not very honest today are we? :bootyshake:)
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: falcon9 on July 09, 2012, 10:50:09 am
Quote : and one which there's no way to determine if they're honest about or, skimming survey responses without compensating the survey-takers ... i.e., a 'crap-shoot').

You were talking about fusion cash surveys here. Youre sayin that you didn't say something bad about the sponsor? Clearly you did and thats against the TOS.  :wave: (btw not very honest today are we? :bootyshake:)

The comment regarded all surveys, on any site and did not specifically mention any particular FC survey.  Try to recall that when "cubboo" fabricates nonsense, the unaltered actual posts are still archived for comparison and refutation of such fabrications.  You know, like the posts where you diss FC for not having enough higher paying offers to suit your impatience?
Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: Cubboo on July 09, 2012, 09:21:31 pm
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Title: Re: Household Item Product Test Recruit Survey $2.30
Post by: work778 on July 12, 2012, 01:15:45 am
 This is good to keep in mind.