1271 Avenue of the Americas, 15th Floor
New York, NY 10020
13 user reviews
"EASY WAY TO EARN"
November 17, 2016 by Lori from US
Ipsos has easy surveys that are easy to navigate!
"Typically Many Opportunities "
November 15, 2016 by Bert from US
Ipsos typically has a great amount of surveys available for varying reward points that can be turned into cash. Always a variety of topics. Email survey reminders are sent often. Sometimes you will get a few minutes into a survey and then be exited as the group already will have mets its quota so that is extremely frustrating. In the surveys you will often times have to submit data that should already be documented which is also frustrating and time consuming. Payout process is quick and easy.
"TOO MUCH WRONG WITH THIS ONE TOO"
November 14, 2016 by Jazherah from US
At least this one sends me a survey now and then. But they didn't start sending me any until they stopped paying cash! I joined back when they still paid cash and never got one survey until they stopped!
"Earn Rewards Fast"
October 7, 2016 by Sharon from US
Ipsos has interesting surveys as well as opportunities to try products at home. You can earn rewards fast.
October 4, 2016 by Harren from US
Ipsos I-say is a pretty good site to take surveys from, but not too recommendable, in my opinion. For a few minutes to about a half-hour of your time, I-say awards you with 45 or 90 points upon survey completion; screening out earns you only 5 points.
Reasons why I'd recommend Ipsos I-say:
1. Compensation whether or not you complete the survey: A likeable feature of I-say, but nothing I haven't seen before on other survey sites, like E-Rewards; you get compensated even if the survey isn't completed.
2. Good rewards lineup: Your Ipsos I-say points can be redeemed for a sweepstakes entry to a getaway at an exotic area, or gift cards of varying denominations. The points can also be redeemed for charity events through them.
Reasons why I wouldn't recommend Ipsos I-say:
1. Frequent screenouts: More often than not, I screen out of surveys. Don't know whether I'm just unlucky, or this applies to a majority of Ipsos I-say survey takers, but screening out too often is really discouraging, even if you're compensated for your time.
2. Repetitive questions: I-say saves some information from the profile you create, so that you don't have to give answers to particular questions. However, they're fond of asking the same questions at the beginning of their surveys, and they have to be answered, every single time in the same manner. Examples of these questions are your zip code, number of people at your residence, and the occupations you and the other people in your residence hold.
In conclusion, great rewards await those with the mental fortitude to endure, but I am just not one of them. Still, that doesn't make it any less of a survey site worth your time, but you'll want to have patience in Fort Knox's worth of reserves.
"Multiple Survey Opportunities but very long surveys"
October 3, 2016 by Heidi from US
Ipsos has more survey opportunities than many survey websites, but the surveys load very slowly, are very, very long and detailed, and sometimes don't give you credit (except for 5 points) even after you've completed a lengthy, eye-numbing survey. I find myself dreading Ipsos surveys because they contain long lists of questions crammed onto one page. It can be very tiring. Rewards are available through Paypal (yay), gift cards, etc. It takes a long time to get credit for surveys taken.
"Definitively one of the better online survey sites"
by Christoph from US
I-Say is definitively one of the better online survey sites. I am a member for over 4 years now and never had any problem with the surveys or payments. For cash out I used check and PayPal and both worked fine.
Unfortunately, i-Say reduced their incentives per survey lately. They used to pay at least 150 points for each survey (15-30 min length) and 5 points, if you don't qualify. Now they also have surveys for just 50-100 points (same length as their 150 points surveys) and they give you just a sweepstakes ticket if you don't qualify for the survey. However, the whole industry lowered their incentives and i-Say is therefore still one of the better paying survey sites.
"One of my Favorite survey sites"
by Linda from US
One of my favorites because you do actually get paid, which I have promptly received money several times. They are very good at responding if you have a problem. I especially think the poll predictor game is an added challenge to see how close you can guess and then rewarded with points toward prizes. Their surveys are not overly long as some others are.
by Irena from US
I-say is one excellent survey site. I'm a member like 1 year and never had a problem with payout. They pay me via paypal. Only thing that I don't like is that you need more or less time for collecting your points so you can cashout. But everything else is great and for me it is one of the best survey sites that I'm a member of.
"Give it a shot"
by Terry from US
Of course you will not make a lot of money taking surveys and they can be time consuming too. But if you have free time this site works very well and it does pay you cash with your points and you can enter to win different sweepstakes. This is a simple site which is a good thing for beginners.
"Good for extra cash"
by Jacob from US
This program is based around the survey scam today. What they do is take your phone number and say to all the phone networks if we send them this msg each week each time it costs 5 dollars, so it is hard to complete these surveys. But if you find a way around it, like get a survey text plan, you can complete these and make a good sum of money.
"It's ok, nothing more"
by Michael from US
There is no problem with payouts - that means it's not a scam. Ok, but the money.. you will not make a lot of money, they don't pay too much. That's why I don't fill out their surveys anymore. There are a few sites which give you bigger earnings.
"I-say is a Good Site"
by Lessie from US
I joined i-say October 2014 and usually get several emails daily for available surveys. There are days when I access the surveys and those are no longer available. In December 2014 I agreed to complete a month long diary based on my responses to a previous survey. I really enjoyed the diary and was awarded a reasonable amount of points.
The only drawback to this site is the surveys are lengthy and the questions are too redundant. At this time I have not redeemed my points although I've gone over 1000 points. I must say I do enjoy the Poll Predictor games which award you 5 points for each play, and depending on how many points you've earned from playing you can use those points to enter into the contest for up to four prizes. Personally, I would recommend this site to anyone who has the time and enjoys completing surveys.