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Mykat

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Samplicious Surveys
« on: May 10, 2012, 09:12:49 am »
They asked for my 16 year old son to come to the computer for a survey, so he begins answering qualifying questions, when they begin asking questions that are generally not age appropriate. He had to leave the survey when they asked him how many children he had and they didn't have 0 for an answer and it wouldn't allow you to go to the next window.
I assume that somewhere along the line he was disqualified from taking the survey, but they never told him, they just kept directing questions to him. This is the same survey company that will get you to give them 20-30 minutes worth of valuable information to then tell you that you aren't qualified for the survey.  Not cool.  :angry7:

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Re: Samplicious Surveys
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2012, 06:29:15 pm »
I have hard time with them also, seems like they get all the info they want and then it is sorry your not what we are looking for.

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Re: Samplicious Surveys
« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2012, 08:48:47 pm »
They asked for my 16 year old son to come to the computer for a survey, so he begins answering qualifying questions, when they begin asking questions that are generally not age appropriate. He had to leave the survey when they asked him how many children he had and they didn't have 0 for an answer and it wouldn't allow you to go to the next window.
I assume that somewhere along the line he was disqualified from taking the survey, but they never told him, they just kept directing questions to him. This is the same survey company that will get you to give them 20-30 minutes worth of valuable information to then tell you that you aren't qualified for the survey.  Not cool.  :angry7:


yeah I don't like that at all. why do they let you think that you are going to complete the survey and then boot you out. well here's one for those thoughtless survey company Kiss My  :bootyshake:

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Re: Samplicious Surveys
« Reply #3 on: May 12, 2012, 09:42:45 am »
They asked for my 16 year old son to come to the computer for a survey, so he begins answering qualifying questions, when they begin asking questions that are generally not age appropriate. He had to leave the survey when they asked him how many children he had and they didn't have 0 for an answer and it wouldn't allow you to go to the next window.
I assume that somewhere along the line he was disqualified from taking the survey, but they never told him, they just kept directing questions to him. This is the same survey company that will get you to give them 20-30 minutes worth of valuable information to then tell you that you aren't qualified for the survey.  Not cool.  :angry7:


yeah I don't like that at all. why do they let you think that you are going to complete the survey and then boot you out. well here's one for those thoughtless survey company Kiss My  :bootyshake:
Have had very little luck with Sampilicious. Only one complete and credited survey in 6 months. Nice that it disqualifies you quickly though, unlike Surveyhead.

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Re: Samplicious Surveys
« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2012, 02:21:11 pm »
They asked for my 16 year old son to come to the computer for a survey, so he begins answering qualifying questions, when they begin asking questions that are generally not age appropriate. He had to leave the survey when they asked him how many children he had and they didn't have 0 for an answer and it wouldn't allow you to go to the next window.
I assume that somewhere along the line he was disqualified from taking the survey, but they never told him, they just kept directing questions to him. This is the same survey company that will get you to give them 20-30 minutes worth of valuable information to then tell you that you aren't qualified for the survey.  Not cool.  :angry7:


yeah I don't like that at all. why do they let you think that you are going to complete the survey and then boot you out. well here's one for those thoughtless survey company Kiss My  :bootyshake:
Have had very little luck with Sampilicious. Only one complete and credited survey in 6 months. Nice that it disqualifies you quickly though, unlike Surveyhead.

That is true. Sampilicious does disqualify you quick. With Surveyhead I get annoyed with because a lot of the time it says "Survey is closed". Surveyhead why are you wasting my time directing me to surveys that are closed.  :dontknow:  I think Surveyhead needs a better system so it directs you to surveys that are open instead of going through all the surveys that are closed in order to find a survey that is open and ready to complete.

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Re: Samplicious Surveys
« Reply #5 on: May 13, 2012, 08:58:30 am »
They asked for my 16 year old son to come to the computer for a survey, so he begins answering qualifying questions, when they begin asking questions that are generally not age appropriate. He had to leave the survey when they asked him how many children he had and they didn't have 0 for an answer and it wouldn't allow you to go to the next window.
I assume that somewhere along the line he was disqualified from taking the survey, but they never told him, they just kept directing questions to him. This is the same survey company that will get you to give them 20-30 minutes worth of valuable information to then tell you that you aren't qualified for the survey.  Not cool.  :angry7:


yeah I don't like that at all. why do they let you think that you are going to complete the survey and then boot you out. well here's one for those thoughtless survey company Kiss My  :bootyshake:
Have had very little luck with Sampilicious. Only one complete and credited survey in 6 months. Nice that it disqualifies you quickly though, unlike Surveyhead.

That is true. Sampilicious does disqualify you quick. With Surveyhead I get annoyed with because a lot of the time it says "Survey is closed". Surveyhead why are you wasting my time directing me to surveys that are closed.  :dontknow:  I think Surveyhead needs a better system so it directs you to surveys that are open instead of going through all the surveys that are closed in order to find a survey that is open and ready to complete.

Probably silly of me, but what annoys me about Surveyhead is typing in the "puzzle" words so much. Then no soap. Very time consuming.

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