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Valued Opinions is a market research website that rewards you for participating in various market research and consumer related surveys. According to their website, this is your opportunity to influence the development of new products and services, while at the same time participating in fun and interesting studies. They are therefore interested in your opinion, and believe that in many ways it will be used to help shape the future of various organisations, products and services.

They claim that quality and trust are at the forefront of their business, and they always seek to create a problem solving think tank which can provide qualified and effectual feedback for the business community.

As a member of this market research panel, you will become one of their so-called influencers. Through this panel you will be given a platform to share your views and opinions on business issues that you experience, and on the products and services that you regularly use. Membership of this panel is free, and they assure all potential participants that the information you provide them with will always remain confidential.

As a member, you will also be rewarded each time you participate, and you will typically receive between $2 and $5 for every survey you complete.

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General Information

  • Accepts Members From: United States, United Kingdom, Australia and some International.

     
  • Age Requirements: 16

     
  • Type of Rewards: Cash / vouchers.

     
  • Sweepstakes, Prize Draws or Competitions: None Mentioned.

     
  • What is The Minimum Payment. This is the Amount Needed to Request a Redemption or Payout: $20.00
     

Company Information

  • Physical Location of this Survey Company’s Office:

    Research Now Plc
    8th Floor Elizabeth House,
    York Road, London,
    SE1 7NQ


  • Type of Market Research They Conduct: Online Surveys

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Comments By: Cindy-Lee From: US
Comment: I have been a member of Valued Opinions for just over 2 years, and while initially being very pleased with the amount of surveys and compensation, I now find myself disappointed. Perhaps this is just a short term thing, like not fitting into the right demographic they’re looking for, but quite honestly I would just like to at least have one survey a week that would offer me something decent in terms of reward. When looking back over the whole time I have been a member though, I can say that I have been very fortunate to have had some really interesting and well paying surveys, and I think that is due to the fact that I completed all of my profile surveys. Completing these really made a difference as to how many survey offers I was receiving and so long as you are not after a cash reward, becoming a member could be the right choice for you. Any reward is better than no reward. So if you are considering becoming a Valued Opinions member, just remember to complete all your profile surveys and don’t expect to gain hefty rewards in a short time.
Date: Jul 24, 2012

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Comments By: Kasey From: US
Comment: I've been a member of the US version for years and only cashed out a few times at $20 (in store gift cards, like Macy's). My email inbox gets tons of invitations from here, but I'm often disqualified or the reward is something like $0.10.
Date: Jul 10, 2012

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Comments By: Anne-Marie From: Australia
Comment: Have been with Valued Opinions AU for over a year now and have made over $100 in gift cards (I like the $20 Coles/Target ones). I get surveys pretty regularly, about once a day to once a week. I definitely consider it one of the best. They've also recently updated the site and it looks better and is working a lot smoother for me.
Date: May 28, 2012

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Comments By: Rebecca Kirk From: New Zealand
Comment: Have been with Valued Opinions, NZ for a few years now. In this time have had a few hundred dollars worth of cash out gift vouchers (choice of 4 retailers). some surveys can be repetitive, and a few each week i dont qualify for. Overall its easy to earn up your rewards in dollars. I cash out once a year and tend to get 100-200 dollars each time. Would recommend to others.
Date: Apr 20, 2012

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Comments By: jessica barnes From: United Kingdom
Comment: Pretty good number of surveys offered. Recently have had some "crash" midway and if try to complete it says I have already participated. A few take a long time to be rewarded e.g. I have not yet been rewarded for one from 21/2 and another from 22/2. Good customer service. Good incentives and always receive vouchers quickly. I would definitely recommend.
Date: Apr 16, 2012

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Comments By: Dave From: US
Comment: I have been with Valued Opinions for about 16 months now, and in that time I have been rather satisfied with the amount of survey invitations I have received. In fact, I actually think the quality of surveys has improved over that time. I must admit though, when I signed up to Valued Opinions I was new to the whole paid survey scene. Since then I have signed on with a few other companies, but Valued Opinions continues to offer me more survey opportunities. I think it’s partially related to the fact that I have completed all 10 of my profile surveys; before doing this, I was hardly receiving any at all! At least now the ones I receive are more consistent to my lifestyle and consumer preferences.

I do have one little gripe about member support though – I wish they would get back to me sooner. After experiencing some technical difficulties I was keen to sort out a survey qualifying issue, only it took them 4 days to get back to me and by that time I had missed out on taking the survey. Rewards Options have also changed too. I used to love the pre-paid Visa option, only now it is not available, so I have taken to receiving Marriott or Amazon Gift Cards instead.

Overall I would say that being a Valued Opinions member has been good for me; it’s given me the chance to share my opinions, good or bad on products and services that I use regularly. Plus it has also given me some great rewards for very little of my time.
Date: Oct 15, 2011

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Comments By: monique From: Australia
Comment: This research panel is good if you want to earn a few dollars.
Date: Aug 31, 2011

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Comments By: Allan From: United Kingdom
Comment: Valued Opinions (UK) – (www.valuedopinions.co.uk)

Hi,

Valued Opinions is part of Research Now Ltd. a London-based marketing research company, which along with Peanut Labs and e-miles are member companies of the e-Rewards, Inc group founded in 1999 in Plano, Texas.
Valued Opinions has a claimed worldwide membership of over 400,000 and offers survey services in 36 countries, so it certainly is not a small concern.
This review applies to the United Kingdom site of Valued Opinions (UK) – (www.valuedopinions.co.uk)
Terms and Conditions and rewards may be different for Valued Opinions sites serving other countries.

Visiting www.valuedopinions.co.uk home page presents me with a very colourful, if not over colourful, if not gaudy home page, with, amongst other colours, lots of bright lime green and bright magenta. I cannot help getting the impression that whoever designed this website must have been suffering from a colour vision problem or was using a badly adjusted computer. Subsequent exploration reveals that these colours, and more, are retained throughout the site and after a while the colours become a little overpowering particularly when trying to read low-contrast text overlaid onto the colours.
However, this is not how it has always been; in April 2011 the website underwent a complete revamp, relinquishing its very pleasing, formal and sedate format in favour of a website lavishly adorned with eye-boggling, gaudy colours. Despite this, the site has been restructured and has seen improvements in size, design, content and functionality.
An animated panel on the home page presents, in vivid colours, many reasons for joining Valued Opinions – below this I see a mini-poll to participate in and an opportunity to view member’s testimonials.

A banner menu near the top of the home page offers the following selection:-

“About” – provides comprehensive information in several sections about the Community, the Service, Membership and their Charter, each provides a link to more detailed information,
“Earn” – advises me how taking surveys can earn me rewards and how these can be spent – more about this later,
“Rewards” – provides information about how and what I can claim,
“News” – clicking this link takes me to several pages of interesting but arbitrary news – not necessarily related to Valued Opinions,
“Sign up TODAY” – this button takes me to the registration page where, if I am over 16 years old, I am taken through the process of entering personal information and allows me to complete my profiles – more of this soon.
New joiners are entered into a quarterly competition to win a prize which for May 2011 was an iPad 2.

When I sign in to my account I am taken to my “Dashboard”, here I am presented with a sub-menu just below the banner described above which has the following selections:-

“Dashboard” – provides me with my current rewards balance, a list of my currently available surveys, a summary of the status of my personal profiles and links to other parts of the site. From here I can access and edit my profiles under their different headings of “More about me”, Sports & Leisure”, “Automotive” and “Healthcare”,
“Personal Profile” – allows me to keep my home address, email address etc up to date,
“Available Surveys” – a list of surveys currently available for me to take, plus links to information about some of Valued Opinions partners,

“Rewards Statement” – a very important part of my member area where historical survey and rewards information by transaction is maintained. Here I see a list of surveys I have already completed and rewards I have redeemed. This list comprises the date of the transaction, a description of the Survey or the redemption followed by three columns for “Credit”, “Debit” and “Balance” where the monetary value of the transaction and the resulting balance are contained. The unique reference number contained within each email invitation is not included here – but see “Participation History” below.
“Claim Rewards” – where I can use the three-step redemption process to claim my rewards – very well explained and easy to follow,
“Participation History” – another important part of my member area. Here I see a comprehensive list of surveys that I have completed, not qualified for, or didn’t complete for whatever reason. Information included here is the topic of the survey, the date, the result of the survey and, at last, that all-important unique reference number.
Great! - Everything necessary to reconcile my own record of surveys I have taken against the history maintained on the website. To facilitate viewing, information can be listed a month at a time and also filtered by the category or topic of the survey.
“Invited Friends History” – where I see the current balance earned by introducing friends to Valued Opinions. I am allowed to introduce up to 5 new members per three month period,
“Unsubscribe” – if I ever want to.

A panel at the bottom of each page of the site contains a list of quick links to many of the often used pages of the site including those described above and others including FAQs, How to become an Affiliate, T&Cs, and contact information which itself includes an email facility and even a telephone number.

One annoying point about this website – when logging into the site I am able to tick a box “Keep me logged in” where I enter my email address and password – despite ticking this box, after a few minutes inactivity I find I have been logged out and have to log in again.

Members can also use an “App.” for Android mobiles which allows them to do surveys “on the move”; links are provided on various pages on the website to go to the “Apps Store” to download the App.
Surveys completed on an Android mobile are different from the usual Valued Opinions surveys on a computer – and are available only through the App. and won’t replicate the usual online surveys received via the email inbox.
I cannot comment on the functionality of the App. because I do not possess an Android mobile, however, in the “Apps Store”, reading the user reviews does not instil confidence, with reviewers describing the App as “Very Poor”, “Utter Garbage”, “Pointless App”, indeed 24 out of 61 reviewers awarded the App. only one Star out of a possible five stars whilst only 14 reviewers awarded five stars.
The most common complaint it seems is that the App. shows the same survey over and over again – even when the survey has been completed. Knowing how an App. designed for a specific Operating System such as Android, can function differently between different brands of ‘phone and even between different models of ‘phone for the same brand, I am not surprised at these very varied reviews.

Not very encouraging, but my own experience of conducting surveys on my mobile – is that I would rather not bother.

Now for the important stuff – surveys and rewards.

As well as available surveys being listed on the website, I also receive survey invitations via email which, although containing the same gaudy colours as the website, are attractive, clear and easy to read. The survey details provided are the reward, the estimated completion time and the topic of the survey.
A unique survey reference is included but this appears only in the subject line of the email.
Excellent! – All the information I need to keep track of my surveys and payments.

One thing I particularly like about Valued Opinions surveys is that they nearly always incorporate a “Progress Bar” which displays on each page how much of the survey has been completed - I wish all survey sites would use these.
As seasoned survey takers will know, some surveys tend to go on way beyond the estimated completion time leaving the survey taker wondering if the survey will ever end. Seeing a progress bar on the page instils a little more confidence that the survey does have an end. Having said that, we must also be aware that some progress bars are not too accurate – I am sure that most survey takers have experienced the “elasticated” progress bar, which, as you progress through the survey stretches towards the finish mark, then mysteriously bounces back to around half way only to once again start its journey toward the finish marker.

I earn rewards as cash amounts - each clearly displayed in the email invitation. The rewards are very consistent indeed usually offering 0.25GBP per 5 minutes of survey time although this can vary depending upon the survey.
Typical earnings can be seen from some of my past examples and shows that Valued Opinions is only a medium earner:-
5 minutes = 0.25GBP
12 minutes = 0.75GBP
20 minutes = 1.00GBP
26 minutes = 1.50GBP
60 minutes = 7.00GBP

The redemption threshold is 10.00GBP and this can be donated to a charity or redeemed for high street vouchers including Tesco, HMV, Argos, Ocado, Boots and M&S - so everyone should be happy with a voucher.
Delivery is usually within four weeks.

Occasionally, Valued Opinions offers members the opportunity to take part in a special study. For example, I was invited to take part in a survey spanning 39 weeks, where I was required to complete an introductory survey for which I received a 1.00GBP reward. Then I was asked to maintain a Daily Diary of my alcohol consumption for the next 39 weeks, at the end of which I would receive 30.00GBP. And a final survey for 1.00GBP.
The Terms and Conditions of the survey needed to be read very carefully. Although missing a few days was allowed, missing too many days resulted in automatic rejection from the survey. Now, in common with other survey takers, I am often a little sceptical about starting long surveys, I am always aware of the possibility that something (intentional or otherwise) will go wrong before I have finished the survey.
I have read reviews from other survey enthusiasts who have taken long surveys lasting between one and two hours only to have the survey crash or even be screened out just before the end of the survey.
Indeed I have experienced this myself – several times.

This can be very demoralising and there can be no excuse for this and only leaves me with the thought that the problem was programmed into the survey and that the survey must have been a scam in the first place.
It is very easy for unscrupulous survey companies to program the survey to crash or screen-out the participant before the apparent end of the survey although all the meaningful survey questions have already been answered and the results submitted.
I am sure this has been the case with several long surveys I have taken.
However, since I had been a member of Valued Opinions for over two years, and I did successfully complete a one hour survey for Valued Opinions for which I received 7GBP, I decided that I would agree to take the survey.
The 39 weeks finished a few weeks ago and I have been withholding the submission of this survey to Yellow Surveys until I received payment for the Daily Diary survey.
I am pleased to advise that Valued Opinions did not let me down – I received payment in full and I have now received my shopping vouchers.

I have found it necessary to contact Support several times; I always use the contact page on the website for this since I prefer a written copy of my query and its reply. Responses tend to be a little slow, and in a couple of cases when I have submitted suggestions or comments, I haven’t received a reply at all.
This perhaps is an area where some improvements could be made.

I joined Valued Opinions in November 2008, since then I have completed well over a hundred surveys and earned 140GBP. Survey invitations arrive in my Inbox quite frequently and I qualify for most of them.

Valued Opinions (UK) offers many survey opportunities to earn rewards both on the internet and (supposedly) your mobile ‘phone, I recommend them as a very good and legitimate survey site, their surveys are only medium earners so you have to work a little harder and for a little longer than many other survey sites but surveys crop up quite frequently.

I hope this review helps you to decide whether or not to join Valued Opinions (UK).

Thanks…
Allan
Date: Jul 31, 2011

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Comments By: Jesse From: Canada
Comment: I joined Valued Opinions (Web Perspectives in Canada) late 2010. Over this time I have withdrawn $270, not too bad for 15 minutes a day.

This survey website is completely 100% legitimate. They compensate through paypal, so you are guaranteed to get your money and can deposit it right into your bank account.

Below I have outlined some quick facts and the positives and negatives of this survey website, to help you make an informed decision of whether to join or not.

Facts: - I receive surveys daily (1 or 2)
- Each survey is worth between 100-700 points (could be more or less, however this is the range I have seen)
- 1000 point cashout threshold ($10)
- Payment can be made via paypal. They also offer gift certificates and charity donations.
- Paypal Payment takes about 4-5 weeks.

Positives:
- Frequent survey invitations
- Fair survey reward structure
- Easy to reach 1000 point threshold ($10)
- Paypal payment option
- Other reward options including gift certificates and charity donations.
- 100% guaranteed to receive payment via paypal

Negatives:
- Slow responding to emails
- Points are pending for weeks before credited

I hope this review will help in your decision on whether to join or not.

If you are nervous or have any doubts about the legitimacy of filling out survey's online for cash, you can rest assure that Valued Opinions will certainly pay you for you feedback.
Date: May 30, 2011

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Comments By: Kyle Sunder From: US
Comment: A little over a year ago, I would have laughed at you if you told me I could make money online. But today, I understand that the Internet just isn’t the same as it was 10 years ago. Now, there are legitimate, safe, and easy ways to make a decent amount of money online. Some people get rich online – I’m far from that, but it’s nice to see that it is possible. Right now, my online ventures consist of running 2 websites, and participating in online surveys. As of today, most of my money comes from those surveys, but the revenue from my websites is beginning to pick up. I’m a member of 10+ survey sites, but there’s only a few that I would actually recommend joining. One of those recommended sites is Valued Opinions.

I joined Valued Opinions a little over 6 months ago. In that time, I haven’t had any major problems with them. They’ve always paid me on time, and their website is easy to navigate. I don’t get a ton of survey opportunities from them, but I get enough to make the site worth my time. One nice thing is that Valued Opinions does a good job of pre screening for surveys. Instead of getting 50 survey invites a month and only qualifying for 5, you’re given 10 survey opportunities a month, about 5-7 of which you’ll qualify for. Valued Opinions is a quality survey site, and I recommend you join it if you’re looking to make some extra money.
Date: Apr 16, 2011

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Comments By: Lesley From: United Kingdom
Comment: I have been doing online surveys to make extra money for more than 2 years now. In this time, I have worked with a TON of companies. Some were excellent, and treated me fairly, while others were horribly inefficient or even just outright scams.

I found Valued Opinions a little more than 6 months ago. I’ve been doing surveys for them ever since, and I am happy with the company. It’s not my favorite survey company to work for, but it is legitimate and a good site to join.

Valued Opinions has been around for a long time, so I knew they were legitimate and would pay me. Their survey selection is decent, but I am a member of some sites that get a LOT more opportunities for their users.

As long as I have been a member, Valued Opinions has always paid me on time and in the right amount. I only have two complaints, one being, about payment is the options they offer. You cannot be paid in cash from Valued Opinions – only gift cards. This would be fine by me, except for that there is not very much of a selection available that is suitable for me.

My main complaint about Valued Opinions is that a lot of their surveys I do not qualify for. This is true for all survey companies though. That’s not to say that it’s not a good company though – Valued Opinions is still a respected member of the survey industry, and if you’re looking for additional sites to join, it’s a decent option.
Date: Apr 06, 2011

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Comments By: Albert Derden From: US
Comment: I am fairly new to the world of online surveys, but from what I learned from my friends and a few articles that I read was that one of the most important parts of doing online surveys is selecting the right companies to work with.

When I first started, I pretty much joined every survey site I could find. After a few months, I quickly discovered that only a small handful of these sites were actually worth my time. A site called Valued Opinions was one that I decided to stick with and actually use.
Valued Opinions is owned by a large company, and the entire operation is very professional.

Payments are made on time, but the options are limited. As of right now, you can only be paid in gift cards, and there are only 3-5 different cards available at any given time.

I wouldn’t say that Valued Opinions is one of my favorite sites, but it’s definitely one I use often. I’ve noticed that you will get a lot of survey opportunities from Valued Opinions, but you won’t qualify for a large percentage of them.

The only thing I really found annoying about Valued Opinions was that you can complete half or more of a survey, and then be told that you do not qualify for the rest of it, and you will not be credited with any money. To me, this is unfair – I think you should be able to know right away whether you qualify or not, so you don’t waste your time. That is not to say that Valued Opinions isn’t a great company, however, so if you’re looking for a new site to join, it’s not a bad option.
Date: Mar 31, 2011

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Comments By: Merissa From: Australia
Comment: I recommend this survey site if you are willing to wait a long time - wait forever to actually qualify to complete fully at least one survey out of say thirty (and no compensation given for the other twenty nine surveys that you spend five to ten minutes getting nowhere when you don't qualify!); and of the very few that you get right to the end, the money you earned becomes a "pending credit" for ages before finally being added to your current balance to be paid out. Although it's a waiting game, for some reason I am still holding on and have received a couple of rewards although has taken a long long time to get there!!!
Date: Mar 10, 2011

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Comments By: Joe Durbridge From: US
Comment: First up let me say there is only one bad thing about Valued Opinions and that is they don't pay cash or paypal for their surveys.

How ever they do pay by gift certificates to some large department stores such as Macy's and at the end of they day it is pretty much the same as a cash payment to me.

Valued Opinions sends me out about 5 to 8 surveys every week, with the majority I qualify for. Payments are usually around $2.00 to $5.00 and the length of the surveys is quite reasonable for the reward they give you for successful completion.

I've been sent 7 or 8 gift certificates to Macy's worth $20 each in my time that I have been a member of Valued Opinions, so not bad going in my book.

The surveys are always very easy to do and usually pretty quick, there is nothing worse then being stuck on a survey for 30 minutes or more, fortunately this doesn't happen at Valued Opinions.

I hope this review proves helpful to the people out there that are looking at getting into paid online surveys as a hobby to earn a bit of extra cash every month and if I win $50 or $20 for submitting this review then that would be awsome to.

To put it simply, paid online surveys are great and Valued Opinions is right up there as one of the best.
Date: Jan 25, 2011

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Comments By: Tommy Chang From: US
Comment: I really like this site even though it isn't a survey site that pay's paypal or a survey site that pay's be check either for that matter, but yeah you have read it right this site is really really good.

Valued Opinions pays be gift certificates and I don't mean some crappy online code that you will never use for a site you have never heard of, but they give you gift certificates for major retailers both online and bricks and mortar.

Minimum payout is $20 and easy to get to, once you have filled out your profile surveys are sent constantly to your inbox and range from $1 to $5 usually dependent on the difficulty of the survey.

You have a choice of where you want the gift certificate for, either Amazon, Macy's, Marriott, Blockbuster, magazines.com and fragrance.net so as you can see there is a wide range to chose from and there should be something suitable for everybody within those retailers.

So once again, Valued Opinions, sends out plenty of surveys, ranging from $1 to $5, minimum payment is $20 which is easy to get to and payment is paid by gift vouchers to any of the major retailers listed above. Well and truly worth joining.
Date: Dec 12, 2010

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Comments By: Tom B. From: US
Comment: This site rocks! I've been a member of this site for about 2 years now and I am very impressed with how often surveys are sent out and the money paid for them, it is like earning free cash online in my opinion.

Valued Opinions sends me out numerous online surveys each week and I think a good 75% of them I qualify for, not only that 1 of the surveys I did then invited me to do a 45 minute taste testing session on beer. This paid me $75, to drink beer and fill out a survey on what I thought of it, truth be told I would have done this for free.

This site pays out gift certificates, I use these to do my grocery shopping so it is just the same as cash to me.

A highly recommended site, which I think anyone that is looking to get paid to do surveys online, should join the site and try it out for them selves.
Date: Nov 09, 2010

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Comments By: Dominic From: US
Comment: I recommend this site if you like gift-ceritficates. I been with them for 3 months now and already cashed out twice. I got 2 20$ amazon gift certificates. Surveys are pretty frequent ranging from 1-5$ sometimes 10+ in special surveys. Currently, they are not paying pay-pal or check so it's a little bummer but overall a nice survey site to do ecp if you wanna give gift ceritifcates to your freinds/family for they're b-day etc...
Date: Aug 10, 2010

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Comments By: Dianne From: Australia
Comment: This is a great site with regular surveys and very good cash incentives. I have had two $20.00 vouchers since joining on year ago.
Date: Jun 10, 2010




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