My Paid Survey Depot Reviews – Legit or Scam?

April 18th, 2012  |  Published in Paid Surveys

My Paid Survey Depot, at MyPaidSurveyDepot.com, is a new site which claims that anyone can make money taking online surveys at home by signing up with their service.

When you sign up with My Paid Survey Depot, they promise their new members a $25 sign up bonus, just for registering with their company. To register, they simply require your name, phone number, email address, gender, and age.

Citizens of Britain, Canada, Australia, and the United States may sign up with My Paid Survey Depot. Currently, citizens of other international nations may not sign up for the surveys available at MyPaidSurveyDepot.com.

When You Sign Up

After you fill out the brief registration questionnaire, My Paid Survey Depot will give you a list of outside survey providers and a variety of other companies to sign up with. You are told that signing up with these companies will give you “access to the highest paying surveys.”

Many of the companies you are given an opportunity to register with are other survey companies, like Inbox Dollars, ZoomPanel, and Vindale. Then there are specialty companies like DealChicken.com and Swagbucks.

If you refuse to sign up with any of these outside companies, My Paid Survey Depot will hand pick 3 survey companies they think are the right fit for you.

At this point, you are required to sign up with these 3 companies, or forfeit your $25 sign up bonus. You will also be unable to continue with the registration process unless you sign up with these companies.

Concerns

When you register with MyPaidSurveyDepot.com, your phone number is required for “high paying phone surveys.” In general this indicates that your phone number will be shared with advertisers, vendors, and partner companies.

In addition, at the time of this review neither the Terms & Conditions Policy nor the Privacy Policy were available to view, so you are actually very unsure as to what exactly will be done with your personal information after you sign up.

There are many other legitimate companies with whom you can make money taking online surveys. No one should feel as though they have to sign up with a company who is not disclosing what will be done with their personal information.

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