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Has anyone signed up with Highest Pay Surveys, does it really pay you?

Robin from Indiana

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By laura (Guest Post)
October 31, 20060 found this helpful
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i'm on surveyspot along with others and i have, to date, earned 15 or 20 dollars from surveyspot. (over the course of 6 months or so)

I, too, would like some real feedback from people who have tried highest pay before i give them my money. :) happy surveying.

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By Jemma (Guest Post)
October 7, 20070 found this helpful
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For all the people who are thinking of joining highest pay surveys, DON'T! They are nothing like what they say. The $300 a day survey is a scam. They don't pay you. All the survey companies listed on their site are restricted to only certain countries and are all repeated in the list and they hide it by listing a company, just say survey savvy then list it again by calling it something like survey664. They don't actually list as many sites as they say. And they don't reply to your emails at all. I go totally ripped off. They ignored my requests for a refund. They just take your money and then ignore your emails. The email address which is listed on their site must just sit there and they don't even check it because it is full of emails from people asking for their money back!! They say there is a 100% customer satisfaction. Well I'm certainly not satisfied.

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I haven't heard of one person that is satisfied with their site and earn $1500 a week from joining survey sites they have listed on their site. IT IS A TOTAL LIE!

www.highestpaysurveys.info-watch.../

Is it just a coincidence that this site that claims that highest pay surveys is the best survey site out there has "highest pay surveys" in it or is it just me. They have probably just made it up themselves to scam more money out of people because anyone who has tried this site would definitely think it's nothing to dance about. There are plenty of sites out there warning you not to join this site,. So take their advice and mine and stay away from this site. They will happily take your money for nothing and not refund it. I am just trying to warn you guys and stop you from losing your money because I was scammed and you will be too if you give them your money.

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By adam (Guest Post)
April 5, 20080 found this helpful
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Highest pay surveys is a scam and a rip off. I am calling click bank on Monday to get a refund. If you went through Paypal you can call them to get the customer service number for click bank. I knew I shoulda done more research before I gave them my cash but I was caught in a moment of weakness. I'm gonna try and contact the better business bureau and get this site taken off the internet.

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Editor's Note: You will probably have better luck with your state's attorney general or state attorney than the BBB. They will take consumer complaints and investigate.

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By Valery (Guest Post)
January 27, 20090 found this helpful
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I joined 'Highestpaysurveys' in November 2008. Well, what can I say...You CAN NOT make much money on on-line surveys. All I made in 3 months was $50 (about what I paid to join), mainly from Opinionoutpost, Your2Cents and Greenfield. You can join these sites for free....I wish I knew.

I have, however, made some money with Market Research companies, namely:

QFact - $120 (group interview on chips) + $100 (Wallgreen shopping - I was a "stand by" and didn't even have to drive anywhere) + $200 (haircare products) = $420

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Market Inquiry - $80 (cold remedies study)

which comes to $500.

You don't have to join any site to get to their databases. Just open Yellow Pages and look up for 'Market Research/Information Bureaus'.

I wish somebody told me this before I subscribed. Still I made enough not to complain...Good luck everyone!

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By sandy (Guest Post)
July 25, 20050 found this helpful

i have never heard of highest pay surveys. i do participate in nfo surveys and hipoints. yes i am getting points that will eventually let me buy something. it takes an awful long time tho.

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By aeromama (Guest Post)
July 25, 20050 found this helpful

Hi! I haven't heard of them either...but i do serveys on i think it's called surveyspot, and so far haven't gotten anything. I'm starting to think they're a waste of time! :) aeromama

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By (Guest Post)
April 17, 20070 found this helpful

I joined this company and it was very difficult to use and I recieved nothing. I wrote to them 5 times to ask for my money back guarantee and never heard from them! STAY AWAY!

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By Jess (Guest Post)
April 25, 20070 found this helpful

I joined up with highest pay surveys and can hardly join any of the sites listed because I live in Australia, I have received NOTHING out of it. I emailed them asking for a refund and they never replyed. TOTAL RIP OFF!!

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By (Guest Post)
August 22, 20070 found this helpful

No, they don't. They advertise a 60 day 100% money back guarantee but are ignoring my requests for one. Also, they advertise that their 24 hour telephone staff is too busy, so e-mail them.

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Well, the telephone staff doesn't exist. This is the biggest fraud ever!

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By erika (Guest Post)
September 19, 20070 found this helpful

I joined three days ago and have got nothing but a big headache from it. I joined to make extra money and to spend time with my 1.5 yr. old daughter and now I am spending less time with her because you spend a lot of time trying to sign up with all comp. to get surveys that you only get to take maybe twice a month.

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By erika (Guest Post)
September 19, 20070 found this helpful

this is erika again just so everyone else knows i didnt get a response from highest paid surveys but i e-mailed click bank the one who takes the credit card numbers and i got my refund the same day so i would try them hopefully its not to late for some of you

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By Hilda (Guest Post)
January 26, 20080 found this helpful

I'm trying to get my money back. Haven't heard anything from them. They should be shut down. What a ripoff company. Help

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April 5, 20080 found this helpful

i have not heard of highest payed survey...but I have belong to several for eight years or so...I have never payed to join...always free ones...some are better than others but because I belong to many I get a few extra dollars on the side..yes some are point based but to me that is fine...I have alway been payed by the companies...I am not sure if I can post the names? One year I managed to rake in 125.00 in amozon dollars...bought alot of clearance toys for my son...he thought it was great to open all those mail boxes full of toys....plus free shipping...I also get paid to tell them if I buy clothes every month...shirley

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By Stuart Ensign (Guest Post)
April 23, 20080 found this helpful

Hello Everyone,

Wow, I fell onto this site by accident and feel lucky for doing so. I was just about ready to pull the trigger on this company when I decided to just research a little more again as I was scammed a few times by these weasal companies and sure enough here I am.

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I think if you have Clickbank, you will be fine with a refund. Paypal sends your refund request to the company.

I needed to get a refund from an Angel Stevens rebate processing BS scam she is running and it was very very hard. I had to write 9 emails and on the last two threatened them with a letter to the Attorney General, the FTC, the FBI and the prosecutor in their local town. The next day I received an email saying that a refund had been processed and I received it yesterday. You may want to examine that avenue.

Thank you all who have posted for saving my butt and I wish you all the best of luck in regaining your hard earned bucks.

Stu
Stue4 AT aol.com

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By greedy (Guest Post)
April 28, 20080 found this helpful

I joined highestpaysurveys.com, and found it to be useless. I got sucked in by the pics of happy people who can pay their mortgage and have time to spend with their children, in my case my 20 month old son. I sent a couple emails to request a refund and have not gotten any response.I checked out the bbb, and the phone #s for this jacob weissman, which I tried to call only to find disconnected. I paid with my credit card through clickbank. I sent clickbank an e mail moments ago and will wait and see. highestpaysurveys.com is a scam. don't fall for it. I will post again once I hear something from clickbank.

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By greedy (Guest Post)
April 28, 20080 found this helpful

Hi, greedy again, did some more research and found this # for clickbank: 1 208 345 4245. I called and the operator I spoke to was quite helpful and said I would be totally refunded my money. The only info I had to give was my last name and zip code. (Now, I haven't seen my refund in physical form, because the phone call took place only moments ago. So I'll be sure to post again if I don't get it.) However, I hope this info is helpful to someone out there that wants their money back. Good luck and anyone who thinks about joining highestpaysurveys.com, DON'T

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By B (Guest Post)
June 20, 20080 found this helpful

I am really glad there are websites where people like ME who REALLY need extra money can find the TRUTH! I really wish there weren't all these scams. It sucks to get your hopes up. But, glad there are sites like this where you can do research before. I almost signed up for Highest Paid Surveys and glad I didn't!

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By LO (Guest Post)
July 24, 20080 found this helpful

Thanks so much for all of you who posted info on how to get your money back from that scam site!
I called clickbank today and had to give my last name and last four #'s of my cc and also send a copy of the email I sent asking to cancel my membership, and my refund will be complete in 48 hrs. What a relief!

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By Edgar Franco (Guest Post)
September 22, 20080 found this helpful

Its just a scam!!!!!!

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By becky (Guest Post)
December 26, 20080 found this helpful

It is a scam, all it will give you is a headache most of the surveys you can only make a couple bucks from! Worth it, to me no. A lot of the sites, don't even have anything you can do on them. Or it's just prizes or sweepstakes..

The site claims you can make cold hard cash fast, it is a total bunch of lies. Had it for a few days and all it has given me is a headache and frustration. They have ignored my emails for a refund, and basically the site is just not what it claims at all. does anyone know the number to call to get your money back? thanks a lot:). So if you're thinking about joining, I would strongly suggest stay away.

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By highest pay surveys scam (Guest Post)
January 12, 20090 found this helpful

Don't trust anything from: www.highestpaysurveys.info-watch.../
or any subdomains of info-watch.com

It is a scam, if you are IT savy, you will see that there are the same sites, they shout scam in google, but when you click to the page, they promote the same scam!

look at ripoffreport.com, here is one example:
www.ripoffreport.com/.../RipOff0158852.htm
There are many complaints about them.

Here is what to do: file a ripoff report complain against
info-watch.com and highestpaysurveys.com

Then go to clickbank, get your refund here:
www.clickbank.com/csinquiry.html
Your money should be back in a few days.

Don't let those scammers off! complain to whatever authorities in your country or state!

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By Valery (Guest Post)
January 27, 20090 found this helpful

The reason I got to this site that I was trying to find out if "Highestpaysurveys' really pay you $300 they promise. From what I've read apparently they don't. Well, it sounded too good to be true from the beginning. Don't think I can do anything about it.

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By charles (Guest Post)
February 10, 20090 found this helpful

Thanks guys was just about entering my credit card details. Pls do any of you guys have an advise about an online system or survey that really works. I have wasted lots of money lately searching for one.

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February 17, 20110 found this helpful

Survey may refer to: [edit] Quantitative research. Statistical survey, a method for collecting quantitative information about items in a population.

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