In keeping with FusionCash's 'golden rule' of avoiding disparaging derogatory remarks regarding advertisers, I will not say, "This offer sucks!" or "This offer is a scam!"
However...I merely want to remark on the obvious pattern that occurs whenever taking a Samplicious initiated survey - You take the entire survey, having answered ALL the questions about a product or service, then at the end they throw in a "Sorry you do not qualify for this survey."
Sorry--but I beg to differ. I just answered their entire survey...minus one buck. Is this disparaging? Is it derogatory? or simply stating the blatant truth?
I read searched prior posts to see if others had tried to complete a survey from them and experienced any similar issues or being dropped before pay-out. It appears that I'm not alone in this.
Number one, most surveys ask about personal stats *prior* to see if you are a fit for their product/service, *then*, THEN commence with the questionnaire. That's fair and perfectly legit to ask any question conceivable *before* asking anything about the product or service. However, if a survey asks all these relevant questions including your age, household income, etc, states that you qualify for the survey, you take the entire survey, then they cut you off at the end stating "Sorry you do not qualify...,"
Need I state the obvious? That's just plain wrong.
For one survey I took, the last question was, "What is your birth year?" then just like that, *bam* I'm out. That ain't right. The issue *is*...they already got my age in the initial screening, so why cut me off *after* I completed their survey with an irrelevant question that they already know? Am I supposed to think, 'oh, well--Next'? How many 100's or 1000's of people are taking surveys and getting cut off? That's an awful lot of single dollar bills per person.
It. just. ain't. right.