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Monday, March 26, 2012

Israel Paid Surveys

Back in the old country, as some of you may know, I used to answer online surveys, and I'd be paid pocket change ($3-$5 per survey) via PayPal. Well, I am not longer eligible to answer US based surveys and I'm missing my pocket change!

I decided to break through the language barrier (after all, I am relatively proficient in Hebrew), and I signed up for an Israeli survey site. This site works differently than what I had gotten used to - they don't pay in cash. You earn points which can be converted into "Tavey Kniyah", vouchers. I have no idea which stores these vouchers will be accepted at, but I love the idea of having survey-funded pocket change again!

Interested?
Click here to sign up! (The site is all in Hebrew, fair warning. But really not so hard to figure out)

2 comments:

  1. Hello! I know this post is quite old, but could you please let us know how often they send surveys and if you have been paid successfully?

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    1. Morris, thanks for checking in! It takes a while to get a payout, from what I understand, so I haven't been so good at doing their surveys. It's best if you log in to their site on a regular basis and check for new surveys. I have friends who say they get payouts about 1-2X per year from them.

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