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from 30 reviews Review It is a new survey database website which says that anyone, regardless of education or experience, can get paid a “substantial income” just by taking online surveys.

According to eCashOpinions, thousands of people are earning a living income from participating in online market research, earning between $500 and $3500 each week, just for completing online surveys.

They claim their database has companies that will pay you between $5-$75 per completed survey, and between $50-$150 per hour for participating in online focus groups.

After you have paid your $34 membership fee, you will get access to their database, as well as 100 additional free resources for earning money online, and their Iron Clad Satisfaction Guarantee.

This is a Clickbank product, so if you have purchased it and are unsatisfied with what you’ve received, you can contact Clickbank for a no questions asked refund for up to 60 days after your purchase.

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Average Rating for " eCashOpinions " is 1.37 out of 5 based on 30 reviews.
  • Thank god i googled these reviews, cos i was so eager to register into this s--t! Friends! There is no easy money anywhere on earth!

    The lie about this site is that the promises are too good to be true. Another lie is that they have no visible address!

    Another lie is that they are holding some info back.

    Run run run, its a big scam!
  • Thank you for the information, I almost just signed up !
  • After we paid our hard earned cash to buy the program, we went to complete the order only to be shut out as the link went to an incorrect URL which then became an error. Luckily we had paid through PayPal and despite never hearing from the E Cash, we got our money back after a week of continual emails. Once PayPal gets involved, they needed to arrange to refund our money. It was interesting that when I lodged a complaint /query I got an immediate auto responder with a person's name who was looking after my problems.

    After not hearing for a few days, I re-visited the complaints area only to read that my problem had been resolved and closed, yet I'd heard nothing and never looked like getting my money back.

    If it wasn't for the might of PayPal I believe I never would have received my refund.
  • Can anyone say sssssssSCAM? You know, the entire concept would actually work if.....BIG if.....if you didn't spend the first 5 minutes filling out the surveys only to find out.....AFTER 5 minutes, that you don't even qualify to take the damn survey in the first place!

    Each survey has a certain criteria that it is looking for in the person taking the survey. For example, the survey could be looking for an 18 year old Caucasian male that is nearsighted with a club left foot. So you spend the first few minutes of the survey just trying to see if you even qualify to take the survey only to be shot down in the end, and now on to the next survey.....and so on, and so on.
  • I was about to sign up then I saw the reviews, thanx all for saving me $34.00.
  • Thanks for the site, I ixnayed the idea after reading,,,
  • Thank you guys. I was about to be trapped and i just know that is just a SCAM. There is no easy money actually.
  • oh my gosh I had everything entered to pay, but I got this awful gut feeling that I shouldn't do it, so I looked around and found this place. I'm so glad I saw this and that I had the gut feeling.

    omg I can't believe how close I was to clicking that button....
  • I ran into their ad on another website but when I found out the fee was $34.00, I thought I should check it out since I was toldever to pay any money to take surveys. I am in a lot of Survey sites and I will recommend these three: Opinion Outpost-you earn points which can be converted to dollars into PayPal. PineCone Research-you only make $3.00 per survey but they do send you products to test. Send Earnings-2 cents per email plus other offers. You can get a check at $30.00. Slow building but they are honest. I hope this helps you.
  • I noticed that some of you have said you never make any money on Surveys. That simply is not true somtetimes you get cahs sometimes you get points that convert into cash or pries and sometimes you get entry into a big cash draw (this is the latest) In the past they paid only cash and larger amounts too.

    But people wanted even more than $10-$20 for a survey and the only way they could do that was give $5000 draw, I hate those. So my advice is never pay to join a survey club. In fact they often offer your friends money to get you to join. usually $5-10. Also avoid the ones that give draws only you are working for free!!!

    Also if you fit in an odd demographic chances are most surveys will say you don't qualify. So if you find you are getting turned down 9 times out of 10 it is just you!! SO just look for something else. The most I have made on a survey is $150 and the least I ahve accepted is $4. Otherwise you are being taken advantage of. You are much better off doing panels or mystery for reasonable money.
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