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Get Paid for Online Surveys in South Africa

Who wants to get paid for online surveys in South Africa? You? It is not too difficult to get paid for online surveys in South Africa. South Africans can get paid for online surveys!

Surveywell Advert below – surveys for South Africans!

How do you get paid for online surveys in South Africa?

5 Quick Basic Steps to Get Paid for Online Surveys in South Africa
(more details for each one further below the quick steps)

1.
You find an online surveys site or two, and you fill in your details to sign up.

2.
You log in and look for the surveys that you qualify to complete, or you get emailed when there are any new online surveys that you can complete.

3.
Your read the questions or information in the online surveys.

4.
You select answers or type in answers or information.

5.
Your earnings add up, and you wait to be paid!

More details about each of the 5 quick steps above:

1.
You find an online surveys site or two, and you fill in your details to sign up.

Do some research on the Internet first. Be wary of joining any online survey site that asks for a sign up fee especially when you want to make money not spend money. When there are so many free to join online survey sites around, why join one that asks for a sign up fee? While some online survey sites that you need to pay a fee to join may very well be legitimate, some aren’t.

But the same applies to free to join online survey sites: some may be a complete waste of your time – which may be fine if you’re just doing online surveys for fun and to pass time, but if you want to make at least a little extra income from doing online surveys, then do some Internet research first.

Before joining an online survey site look for information on the Internet about online survey sites like survey sites being compared, what rewards the different online earnings sites pay those who fill in their surveys, survey site reviews, scams, earnings reports etc.

When you fill in your details when you sign up at an online survey site, be honest. When you take surveys it may be checked that your selected choices, answers and opinions match your profile or account information. If you lie when you fill in surveys, why should you be paid? Also, if you lied when filling in your details during sign up, you’d have to remember to keep lying for every survey you fill in, so that those surveys match up with your profile and account. You may make a mistake. Honesty is the best policy when signing up at an online survey site, and when completing surveys.

Once you have been accepted to do surveys, log in and read any information on the site that you can about how that particular survey site works.

2.
You log in and look for the surveys that you qualify to complete, or you get emailed when there are any new online surveys that you can complete.

Log in fairly often, and check your emails fairly often. Often a survey is closed after a certain amount of people have already completed it, and you don’t want to miss out if your goal is to get paid for online surveys in South Africa.

3.
You read the questions or information in the online surveys.

Don’t do an online survey if you don’t have the time to spend on it. Wait until you do have the time and for when you expect not to be interrupted. Read the questions or information carefully.

4.
You select answers or type in answers or information.

Give or select honest answers, information or opinion.

Sometimes before you finish a survey you may see a message that your survey completion attempt has been rejected. Hopefully you haven’t spent too much time on it by that time, but even if you have, simply do another one when you have the time – on that online survey site or on a few other online survey sites.

5.
Your earnings add up, and you wait to be paid!

If you did your research mentioned in step no.1 properly, you’ll know if the online survey site will be paying you money, points you can redeem for something, or rewarding you in some other way.

You’ll have your verified PayPal account already set up and linked to your online FNB account in South Africa if a PayPal account is what you need to get paid money.

Enjoy watching your earnings or rewards points grow over time as you do more and more surveys, and enjoy your cash or other rewards.

South Africans (and everyone, really) should also be aware that it is HIGHLY UNLIKELY that they can make a lot of money from doing paid surveys in South Africa. Online surveys should mostly be done for fun, to pass time, and to enjoy the SMALL rewards one might get for completing online surveys.

© Copyright Teresa Schultz 2014

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    1. Hello Mangaliso – Once you have found some online survey sites – AND THERE IS AN ADVERT IN THE ARTICLE ABOVE THAT IS FOR AN ONLINE SURVEY SITE – then you sign up and wait to receive surveys and start doing them. It’s that simple. BUT be sure to see the red words at the bottom of the article on this page. Do NOT expect to make a lot of money from surveys – do it mostly for fun and for sometimes a BIT of extra income.

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