SavvyConnect Reviews – Legit or Scam?
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SavvyConnect is a new part of the well known survey site, SurveySavvy, which promises to help people be able to easily supplement their income from home by working with reputable market research companies.

SurveySavvy was established back in 1999 to connect their members with online market research companies who are willing to pay cash for your opinion. This company also allows people to earn money by referring new members to their service.

According to their website, you can either post a public link on your social media sites, or you can send private invitations via email. Any time one of your direct referrals – or the referrals they also direct – completes a survey, you will receive an incentive.

But they didn’t stop there. Instead, in the year 2009, they decided to launch an application of their site which would expand their market research capabilities even further.

The New Application

This new app, SavvyConnect, is a specific type of software that you download and install onto your computer. Once it is installed, it monitors your search behavior online and reports this information to their partner research companies.

Companies are extremely interested in people’s online behavior; how they search topics, follow links, whether or not they click ads – all of these behaviors can help companies understand how to better do business online.

Downloading and installing this software is completely free, and SavvySurvey promises that you can request a payout once your account has reached as little as one dollar. The payout will be sent directly to you.

What to Know

This company promises that SavvyConnect does recognize both the Private Browse and Incognito Modes of major internet browsers and will not transmit your information when those particular modes have been activated.

Many people are hesitant to install new software onto their computer, especially those that track your activity, because of the threat of spyware. Spyware, or malware, is the type of software which records and then can access your personal information, such as bank account information.

SavvyConnect promises that their software poses no threat to their members, and that if you have any issues or complaints about it once you have begun using it, you can go to their website to find directions to uninstall the software.

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Customer Responses, Reviews, or Complaints

Average Rating for " SavvyConnect " is 1.4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews.

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    Rhonda Anderson says:

    June 13th, 2015 at 10:27 am

    i just join this survey site to earn some extra cash on the side, but i havent seen no surveys as of yet. is this legit survey company still up and running or what. how long does it take for surveys to show up from this company. and i think they should pay more instead of a 1-2 dollar for the survey.

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    Lev says:

    February 7th, 2015 at 9:14 pm

    Slowed my Ipod to a crawl, installed root certificates, I had to reset my entire Ipod because of this invasive and resource-intensive app. Stay away from this app unless you want all kinds of problems on your device.

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    CoolFinalFan says:

    February 5th, 2015 at 12:45 am

    Un-installed it, it’s a resource hog and Im not sure if it contains any spyware or malware, but didnt want to take a chace of an infection. Also, the reviews I’ve read about were all negative so not worth installing!!

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    Karen says:

    October 24th, 2014 at 11:49 am

    I also participated in the Savvy Connect program and was highly disappointed. I had three devices connected and even though they all showed the program was connected, I constantly got emails saying my devices were disabled. I sent numerous emails and made several phone calls, but no emails were ever returned and calls always went to voice mail, with no calls ever returned. Furthermore, as part of the requirements, I was expected to complete three special surveys. I was only sent one. Once again, calls and emails went unanswered. I finally was able to talk with someone (not the person who was supposed to be my contact) and was told that the reason my devices were showing they were disabled was because there were updates that needed to be applied. By this time, the end date for the program had just passed. If someone had returned just one email or phone call, this info could have been relayed weeks ago and I would have updated the app. As to the missing surveys, I was told this was a problem that many people had reported to them. So bottom line, even though the person I spoke with said I was not necessarily not going to get paid, I will be shocked if I do since in their eyes I did not fulfill the requirements. I will not participate again. It was a horrible three months. The app drained my phone battery. If I went to bed with a fully charged phone not on the charger, I would wake up with a completely dead phone. It made my laptop and ipad very slow, often freezing up. Since no one would contact me, I could receive no tech support. I feel like this was a sneaky way to get the info they wanted without ever having to pay, since they can now claim I did not fulfill the requirements.

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    mike hresko says:

    October 23rd, 2014 at 4:31 pm

    I tried savvyconnect,but their program that I downloaded made my computer run so slow and they have you use google chrome as your browser which in turn I couldn’t use my wiki.That made me really mad.I use explorer,msn, and bing as my browsers and now that I got rid of their program,my computer works great.Now some are going to say why did you not just switch back,i tried and a warning came on telling me I couldn’t,that google has to my browser when using their program.Well their gone!!GoodBye Savvyconnect and Good Ridens!!!


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