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brianna44

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Re: Disqualifications
« Reply #15 on: June 23, 2016, 08:21:57 am »
It tends to irritate me when I don't qualify for multiple in a row, also when the ones worth $1 or more never let me participate. I do agree with your frusterations.  ::)

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« Reply #16 on: June 23, 2016, 03:28:13 pm »
What a lot of people forget is they can put the entire household income in their profile. Some people forget and just put their own income from just one job. A lot of surveys seem to want you to have certain amount of income. You get to add every one in your household.

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Re: Disqualifications
« Reply #17 on: June 23, 2016, 06:46:23 pm »
I've seen some surveys looking for executives making >$200K per year. That's crazy. They wouldn't bother to spend time on these sites.

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Re: Disqualifications
« Reply #18 on: July 04, 2016, 03:49:13 pm »
Yeah I know, do these companies actually think someone making $200K is ever going to spend 30 minutes taking a business survey? They should be smart enough to know it's 100% liars.

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Re: Disqualifications
« Reply #19 on: July 05, 2016, 01:33:56 pm »
If I know I am going to get disqualified, I always click the button to grab my bonus. Best to just know which ones are not looking for you... And I refuse to click any survey that is past 12-15 minutes knowing what happens. I usually rotate survey sites throughout the day so I can find the best 5-10 minute quick surveys.

You're missing out on higher paying opportunities by not even attempting longer surveys. I qualified for a product test yesterday that's going to pay $190.

Did I read that right!????  $190.00?  That's a huge amount.  That would definitely be worth trying for!

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Re: Disqualifications
« Reply #20 on: July 05, 2016, 03:50:39 pm »
Yes it is very annoying, maybe FC could give us 2 cent just for trying .... lol

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Re: Disqualifications
« Reply #21 on: July 05, 2016, 03:55:35 pm »
If I know I am going to get disqualified, I always click the button to grab my bonus. Best to just know which ones are not looking for you... And I refuse to click any survey that is past 12-15 minutes knowing what happens. I usually rotate survey sites throughout the day so I can find the best 5-10 minute quick surveys.

You're missing out on higher paying opportunities by not even attempting longer surveys. I qualified for a product test yesterday that's going to pay $190.

Did I read that right!????  $190.00?  That's a huge amount.  That would definitely be worth trying for!

It'll be fairly involved including testing a product in a certain way and a skype interview but for that amount it's worth it

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Re: Disqualifications
« Reply #22 on: July 10, 2016, 04:01:44 pm »
Well, I just had a new experience, and I will say right away, "Thank you, FusionCash, for my $.01 disqualification bonus."  I wasn't expecting that!!!  I'm having to shake the bushes today to find my $.05 for tomorrow's PTC qualification, and finally decided to try a Crowdflower task.  I found a survey that promised 50 cents.  It wanted to know what I dreamed about last night.  I had had a very vivid dream last night and was just telling my husband about it before I found this survey.  So I was happy to fill out the questions and spent several minutes describing my dream and answering specific questions about it.  I completed the survey, typed in my completion code, and was met with the message that there was no more work available in this category or something like that.  I went to my account to see if I had gotten the $.50 before they ran out of work, and I didn't have $.50, but I did have $.01 and that was a nice surprise to take the sting out of what happened.

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Re: Disqualifications
« Reply #23 on: July 10, 2016, 05:01:50 pm »
Well, I just had a new experience, and I will say right away, "Thank you, FusionCash, for my $.01 disqualification bonus."  I wasn't expecting that!!!  I'm having to shake the bushes today to find my $.05 for tomorrow's PTC qualification, and finally decided to try a Crowdflower task.  I found a survey that promised 50 cents.  It wanted to know what I dreamed about last night.  I had had a very vivid dream last night and was just telling my husband about it before I found this survey.  So I was happy to fill out the questions and spent several minutes describing my dream and answering specific questions about it.  I completed the survey, typed in my completion code, and was met with the message that there was no more work available in this category or something like that.  I went to my account to see if I had gotten the $.50 before they ran out of work, and I didn't have $.50, but I did have $.01 and that was a nice surprise to take the sting out of what happened.

Crowdflower tasks don't have disqualification bonuses. Are you sure that it was for that task and not for  a survey you attempted earlier? If you completed the task in the allotted time then you should've been credited regardless if they have no more of that particular task

Also are you sure it was 50 cents and not half a cent

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