Pandaresearch.com???

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  1. My2BabiesLexis&Dill

    My2BabiesLexis&Dill DIS Veteran

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    I recieved an email tonight from Pandaresearch.com and I looked at thier site. Is this company any good at all? Some of the prices for the surveys varied from 1.00-35.00 each. Thought I would get some feedback about this company before I do it. TIA!!!
     
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  3. DVC'96

    DVC'96 Mouseketeer

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    Bumping this up because I got an email from them too.
    Is anyone a member here??

    Thanks :sunny:
     
  4. azgal81

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    That is one of the ones that I stopped doing -- I just could NOT earn enough to cash out. I don't remember the exact problems, I just remember I quit.
     
  6. mdhkitten

    mdhkitten <font color=blue>No longer tag free since January

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    Go to American Consumer Opinion. Their website is www.acop.com . That and there's one called www.your2cents.com . I've made money from both of these, actually having received checks. I think that I've gotten $7 in the past from ACOP, and $6 from your2cents. It's not much, but I'm not complaining. I've received more surverys from ACOP. It's easy doing their surveys (if you qualify), but the stuff that I signed up for to get to these sights was a huge waste of time! Hope this helps! Oh, and I never could qualify for enough stuff on Panda to make any money (I wasn't going to sign up for memberships with my c/c to have to deal with the hassle of canceling them). :goodvibes
     

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