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Legit Paid Surveys

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Post Legit Paid Surveys   Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:12 am

survey Vault is a unique online community where consumers from around the world can participate in online paid surveys that lead to the development of new products and services.

We have thousands of companies desperately
seeking your honest opinions on thier new product ideas and services -
and they're willing to pay!

Our members report...
• Being paid anywhere from $2 to $30 per survey (and sometimes more!)
• Being able to participate in focus groups and make up to $95 an hour
• Being able to take phone surveys and earn as much as $60 an hour
• Being able to try newly reseased products (and keep the free products too)
• Being able to preview new movie trailers for $2 to $25 an hour

Within minutes of claiming your
membership, you will have access to the same members area where you can
start earning from these same surveys instantly.

There is absolutely no risk on your part. In fact, like most members, you will likely earn your sign-up fee back within the first two surveys.

We do charge a small membership fee to
stop our community becoming too over-saturated and overpopulated.
Obviously if there are 500,000 members we can't send out $5, $10 or $15
surveys or we'd be broke! - or worse, we would only have enough of a budget to pay our members $0.10 or less for filling out a survey, and if we're paying them such a small amount the chaces of them answering our surveys honestly greatly decreases. Having the fee in place means we can divide our survey campaign budget evenly between our small member circle. Think of us as a secret cash money making club!

After you complete your first survey,
you’ll be hooked. And once those checks start flooding your mailbox,
everyone’s going to want to know what’s going on. That’s when you tell
them about

What makes this different than other ways of working from home?

  • No technical or computer skills required
  • No pressure
  • No website to maintain
  • No products to sell
  • No products to promote
  • No inventory to carry
  • No business overhead
  • No financial risk
  • No “cold calling”
  • No calling, period
  • No quotas
  • No managers or bosses to report to
  • No need to hassle friends and family
  • No Lengthy Ebooks to read through
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