September 11, 2015

Springboard America - Review

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I have been a member of Springboard America for over 4 years now and this site is legit. It is free to sign up and you'll get a survey around once or twice a week in your email. Surveys range from $.25 to as much as $5, depending on the survey and if you qualify. Some surveys just get you entered into a $750 sweepstakes, and if you don't qualify, they sometimes give you an entry as well. 

You do have to reach the $50 threshold before you can redeem. When I first joined Springboard America, they did it through Paypal, but now they go through Paylution. It's very similar to Paypal, it's just another site that holds money and you can transfer it easily into your bank account. You can even set it up to automatically do it for you, which is awesome! It does take 4-6 weeks for you to get your payment, but you do get it!

The other options are to receive a check by mail or an Amazon gift card (by email). I prefer Paylution just because I like that it automatically transfers the money into my bank account. It's one less trip to the bank and I can use the money for other things besides Amazon.

I have earned over $350 just from taking surveys from Springboard America, which is pretty sweet considering most take less than 5 minutes to fill out. However, this is over a 4 year time period, so there is no way you can make a living off of doing this, but it's great for anyone who wants a little extra pocket money! (see photo below for proof!)

I have made over $350 just from taking surveys! (screenshot taken by me)

So what are the downsides? 

You have to qualify for the survey and you only get around 1-2 a week, sometimes if your lucky, you'll get more, depending on what surveys match your profile. 

You have to reach the $50 threshold before you can withdraw, and then it might take another month before you actually get paid, but don't worry, you do get paid! It's not so bad, considering it's just pocket money. 

And sometimes surveys are limited to a certain amount, like the first 100 people who qualify and so on, so even if you get a survey in your email, by the time you get to it, it might no longer be accepting participants. 

In the grand scheme of things, the downsides aren't so bad because it's just a little extra cash. This isn't meant to be another part-time job. I have tried over survey sites and just didn't like them, some give you points instead and you use those towards gift-cards or sweepstakes entries, I prefer getting the actually cash. So I highly recommend Springboard America to anyone who just wants some extra pocket money! You can join here!

Join Springboard America Here!