There are a lot of survey sites on the web that pay you for participating in quick surveys about various topics, products, and services. One such platform that allows you to make money online is UserCrowd.
UserCrowd allows participants or members to take part in paid surveys (or paid tests) that will mostly include product design questions to help companies build better products.
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Who Can Use UserCrowd
UserCrowd doesn’t care about age restrictions, as long as you have a PayPal account to your name. The fact that PayPal requires you to be at least 18 years old to have a registered account is a different issue though.
Also, UserCrowd works globally so there is no restriction on which part of the world you belong to. As long as you have a mobile phone or a computer with a stable internet connection, just fill out the registration form and you’re good to go.
How To Earn Using UserCrowd?
Once you have your account setup (which only takes about a half-hour at best), you can start participating in paid tests and earn credits. These credits will accumulate in your wallet until you have a minimum of 100 credits, which amounts to $10(USD). After this minimum limit is met, you will be able to transfer the money to your PayPal account instantly.
This goes without saying but the more paid tests you participate in, the more credits you can earn. However, this does not mean that you can cruise through the paid tests mindlessly answering surveys. Be sure to answer the surveys honestly and clearly because careless answers will lead to lower tester ratings, and as a result, you may get fewer surveys to participate in. UserCrowd does pay close attention to user ratings so you may want to be careful here.
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