Thought I would share my two top paying websites I get paid to complete surveys on and my main tactic to ensure that the questionnaire won't screen me out (Kick out out for not matching a certain demographic status). Site 1: Survey Savvy I get a good number of surveys from them weekly with the occasional $35 - 25 min one every once in a while. They email your invitations straight to your email so all you have to do is click and start the questionnaire. They don't credit your account instantly, but be assured that I have never not been credited for one to date. Just make sure you answer them legit. The $20+ ones tend to be IT tech surveys so answer it and pretend you work as an IT tech. Website link: http://www.surveysavvy.com My referral link: https://www.surveysavvy.com?id=4207744&action=join Site 2: Opinion Outpost This one is probably my favorite of the two. I get 2-3 surveys a day at the moment and they credit my account instantly. I can request a payout whenever I want, and even though it says there is a processing time for payments, I've never waited more than a week to get it in the mail. Website Link: http://www.opinionoutpost.com My referral link: http://www.opinionoutpost.com/join/8132744 You may not get many invitations at first, but if you want more, complete EVERY survey they send you. Even if you screen out you need to tell their systems that you are a dedicated survey taker and you want more. Here's what I do to minimize my chances of a screen out Use this info: Gender : Male or Female (not much of a difference but I tend to have better results choosing a male) Age: 35 Marital Status: Married Living with partner House: Single family detached home Kids: 0 Income: $50,000-75,000 Zip code: Find one in the NYC suburb area(NJ, NY, CT), trust me they work well. Make sure you always answer that you don't work for any special marketing companies (option here is usually 'none of the above' you'll know it when you see it) And when they ask you if you participated in a survey within the past xx months say no. One last thing, in the middle of the surveys sometimes there are quality control questions that say "please check '2' on this line". Watch out for them too. With this tactic I have been about to pay for my car insurance which is roughly $1900 a year plus extra stuff like taking someone out once every 1-2 months just on the survey money. Hope I helped ya! *Sorry if this is in the inappropriate forum I didn't know if I should put it in here or the lounge.