Do you fancy earning some extra cash or some gift cards in your free time? Take a look at my Qmee review to see how much you can expect to earn and whether it’s worth joining.
Many survey sites have an unnecessarily bad reputation. Unfortunately, most people head into them thinking that they can start a new career and make a full-time living from it. The truth is, taking surveys should never be looked on more than just an added income. But with that said, there’s no reason why you can’t easily earn more than a £1000 every year from them.
Qmee is quite popular amongst some of the forums I visit, so I thought I would test them out for myself.
Who is Qmee?
Taken from their site:
Qmee is a free, easy to use browser and mobile app, where you can earn real cash rewards for sharing your opinion and for engaging with your favorite brands.
With the Qmee mobile app, you can get paid to take surveys on the go – share your opinions with fun and engaging paid surveys and you’ll get a cash reward for each one you complete. We find the best surveys that fit your profile!
Qmee has a constant supply of surveys, more than most sites I visit. This gives you plenty of opportunities to earn. Plus, you can withdraw
You’re not restricted to earning from just surveys either. Install the Qmee browser extension on to your computer and you can earn cash rewards when you search the web. Plus, Qmee will often find you a useful discount code for shops you’re searching for.
And complete surveys (or the daily question) for 5 days in a row and you’ll earn a 10% bonus for every completed survey.
Qmee also provides an app, which is very handy if you want to complete surveys on the go.
There is also a referral scheme available if you fancy earning a bit extra. It’s only a £1, but it all counts. You can either keep it all for yourself, split it with your friend or give it all to them!
I was a little unsure whether to put this in the good or the bad section but here it is. Qmee allows you to report surveys if they are screening you out near the end, take too long or if they’re asking for too much personal information. This is good but I would prefer the screening process to happen before the surveys reach us as it appears it happens a lot. That means people could be caught out before Qmee finds out.
There are some poorly paid surveys on offer so I wouldn’t accept everything that appears on your dashboard. And don’t expect to earn much from searching the web either… in general, you’re looking at earning just a few pence per day.
Pay varies wildly for surveys. I have had 6 or 7 surveys within minutes of each other that paid £1.30 for 9 minutes work. I have also had surveys that pay 52 pence for over 20 minutes. Payment terms are very good though. There’s no minimum cashout if you choose PayPal and the money hits your account almost instantly. If you want a gift card, these all start from £5 but are often sent instantly when you order. If you choose your surveys wisely, expect to earn around £6 per hour.
My Qmee review conclusion
Yep, I like Qmee and a little disappointed I hadn’t joined sooner. This is a site I can earn between £30 and £40 per month without too much effort.
If you want to join, then click on my link below and we both earn 50 pence when you make your first cashout through PayPal. Yes, I am splitting the referral fee as I’m not generous enough to give you everything.Join Qmee >>
If my Qmee review hasn’t convinced you to join, why not take a look at my best paid survey sites instead?