Mint Vine
By: Ben smith
Date: 30 May 2017 9:27 PM

Looks like another site I am going to give up on, plenty of surveys but waste to much time on time outs, getting half way through and no longer suitable or completing them and them not being awarded. The surveys very rarely take the time stated usually take a lot long. Fast running out of sites that are worth the time.

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 31 May 2017 2:49 PM

They are annoying but I earn £8 to £10 a month with them.

Judith Lugg
By: Judith LuggDate: 31 May 2017 3:32 PM

I earn about £25 a month with them - bit annoying as you don't always qualify but I just go to them when they pop up and they do give points for not qualifying most times.

Wendy
About me: I am female, my main interests are gardening, crosswords, jigsaw, puzzles adn my rescued border collie. I now do voluntary work in Diabetes charity shop, and love it.
Why I like surveys: Some are most interesting, and help me fill my time now I am semi-retired. and surveys help towards research, better products and my likes and dislikes
By: WendyDate: 31 May 2017 4:48 PM

Like Ben I think I will knock them on the head, I seem to be spending far too much time on there boring surveys, I dumped Opinion Outlook this week, My Survey keep sending me nice letters AND ask me to please explai exactly what the problems are, I am told thar most survey companies are finding difficulties, to get there surveys onto tablets and mobile phones, but they were good enough to take the time to explain. So that has earned them more Brownie points this week.

poppy
About me: i am retired and although new to techno only using for two years i enjoy it ,i also enjoy walking and reading
Why I like surveys: surveys keep my mind active and i receive a little pocket money by joining new sites
By: poppyDate: 01 Jun 2017 10:22 AM

i complained about completing and getting back to home page and not getting paid and the length of tick box surveys they said no one else complains and gave me 200 points i complain on feedback

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 01 Jun 2017 1:40 PM

I ignore any tickbox surveys but end up getting most of my points for doing nothing, so $10 a month is good for me.

poppy
About me: i am retired and although new to techno only using for two years i enjoy it ,i also enjoy walking and reading
Why I like surveys: surveys keep my mind active and i receive a little pocket money by joining new sites
By: poppyDate: 02 Jun 2017 11:08 AM

i get $20 a month sometimes more

Ben smith
By: Ben smithDate: 02 Jun 2017 7:13 PM

I usually get about £20 a month from them but it takes far to long when you include either completing a survey and it not crediting or a get found no longer required after getting about 50% through. Also found a lot of the smaller 5 mins surveys find you no longer suitable after about 3/4 mins so guess they already have the information they want.

poppy
About me: i am retired and although new to techno only using for two years i enjoy it ,i also enjoy walking and reading
Why I like surveys: surveys keep my mind active and i receive a little pocket money by joining new sites
By: poppyDate: 06 Jun 2017 1:28 PM

Ben smith i agree but when i send feed back they say no one else has this problem

Ben smith
By: Ben smithDate: 07 Jun 2017 12:44 PM

I complained a few times, sometimes get the points sometimes they say cant find the survey and only credit a few points.

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 07 Jun 2017 7:20 PM

I pick and choose which surveys to take, sometimes get 30 points for nothing but have got $10 each month for 5 months, so it's ok by me.

Suesue12
About me: I'm Susan love animals love walking reading and yes doing surveys
Why I like surveys: Because they end up as little treats for you to spend
By: Suesue12Date: 18 Jun 2017 3:42 AM

Popuslive is one of the g st I earned fifty pounds in two months I was well happy

Unsubscribed
By: Unsubscribed Date: 18 Jun 2017 6:56 AM

Between five and fifteen minutes a day is all I do with Mintvine as any more than that and you go round in circles with them. I do the daily poll, a screen out for maybe 4 points, a few poll streaks a month and aim for 5-10 surveys a week for a modest return with hardly any grief or hassle.

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 18 Jun 2017 3:19 PM

Same for me badger. Been with them 6 months and get $10 per month for not much work.

Vinny
About me: I am a Scottish Nationalist with socialist leanings. I firmly believe that we should question "facts" put before us. Not everything in black and white makes sense to me!
Why I like surveys: I like surveys, purely and simply, because the "rewards" mount up to pay for the kids Christmasses!
By: VinnyDate: 20 Jun 2017 1:22 PM

My experience of MintVine appears to be similar to that of Mr Fitch. I find myself doing a few 20-30 point surveys each month, bolstered by the odd extra 30 points from "You are an Ace", but generally tend to deliberately get screened out of their higher paying surveys as the points/$ conversion is rubbish.

Welshsarahb
About me: Welsh
Why I like surveys: Great to learn about new stuff and help out
By: WelshsarahbDate: 21 Jun 2017 7:56 PM

I love mint get good pay outs

Alan Sheppard
By: Alan SheppardDate: 24 Jul 2017 1:35 PM

Close to giving up on this site - receive 5-10 surveys a day from them but when you click on the link, even if with minutes of survey, it says there are no surveys available to you. The daily online poll(get 5 points) is only reason I have not already quit

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 24 Jul 2017 1:47 PM

I do virtually nothing on this site and still claim at least $10 per month.

Vinny
About me: I am a Scottish Nationalist with socialist leanings. I firmly believe that we should question "facts" put before us. Not everything in black and white makes sense to me!
Why I like surveys: I like surveys, purely and simply, because the "rewards" mount up to pay for the kids Christmasses!
By: VinnyDate: 24 Jul 2017 2:53 PM

Beats me how this site is still solvent. Seems to me that most people are doing the bare minimum, by clicking on the invitations and getting screened out, yet still manage to get $10 or so per month by way of consolation points.

Ben smith
By: Ben smithDate: 24 Jul 2017 3:35 PM

They pay rubbish for most surveys, lots of surveys do not track, lots of survey get half way through and magically you do not qualify or in other words they have already got the information they actually want.

Wendy
About me: I am female, my main interests are gardening, crosswords, jigsaw, puzzles adn my rescued border collie. I now do voluntary work in Diabetes charity shop, and love it.
Why I like surveys: Some are most interesting, and help me fill my time now I am semi-retired. and surveys help towards research, better products and my likes and dislikes
By: WendyDate: 25 Jul 2017 10:36 PM

Yes Ben I feel the same as you, they get far too much information for free, so they can take a running jump.

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 26 Jul 2017 10:55 AM

It's true Vinny, I have hardly done any surveys but still going to earn $13 this month.

Ben smith
By: Ben smithDate: 26 Jul 2017 11:24 AM

But how long have you spent on the site probably quite a long time if you add it up over the month.

Vinny
About me: I am a Scottish Nationalist with socialist leanings. I firmly believe that we should question "facts" put before us. Not everything in black and white makes sense to me!
Why I like surveys: I like surveys, purely and simply, because the "rewards" mount up to pay for the kids Christmasses!
By: VinnyDate: 26 Jul 2017 11:58 AM

At most 10 minutes per day and most of that time is waiting on the page refreshing, it's money for nothing. I spend longer on here and get nowt!

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 26 Jul 2017 2:28 PM

I would say about 10 minutes per day also.On $13 so far for July.Log into surveys, if short, I carry on , maybe get 30 cents for screen out, and if I don't get screen out, i just delete it.

Vinny
About me: I am a Scottish Nationalist with socialist leanings. I firmly believe that we should question "facts" put before us. Not everything in black and white makes sense to me!
Why I like surveys: I like surveys, purely and simply, because the "rewards" mount up to pay for the kids Christmasses!
By: VinnyDate: 26 Jul 2017 5:17 PM

John, seems to me that your experience of MintVine is as mine. I cashed out on the 11th of this month and today have 1136 points, albeit 600+ are pending. I usually have about 5-600 points pending towards the next payout when I cash out. P.S. I find that by entering my age as 95 that seems to expedite the screenout process and gets me, usually, 5 points for trying.

fredflip
By: fredflipDate: 12 Sep 2017 3:55 PM

not saying i get plaged by emails from mintvine but last few day i would say i have about 12 // 10 of them i get Sorry - there's nothing left on survey street for you to take! Please check back soon.

Phenomenal Cat
By: Phenomenal CatDate: 25 Sep 2017 3:14 AM

As with Onepoll I log in to Mintvine every day and contrary to previous comments I find it well worthwhile.I actually quite like the 'pending' aggregate as I just cashed out £20 and have accumulated around 1100 points towards my next payout,works for me.

Granted,the 'surveys exhausted' message is coming up a bit too regular for my liking but I find I can still build up a fair amount of points for relatively little time spent on the site.You know the silly little 'you're an ace' 30 points tennis player thing?I got 2 of them within half an hour yesterday,go me haha,they call me Mr. Rockefeller (no they don't).

Maria McKee: 'Some people like to complain about every little thing,some folks just never stop bitchin' Good line that...

Ziggy
By: ZiggyDate: 25 Sep 2017 8:14 AM

I quite like Mintvine for giving me a fairly regular, reliable income. They can be prone to sending more emails than most (Lightspeed excepted), but you can minimise this through their email scheduler in your settings. I also avoid the lower paying surveys; my own formula is to work out the hourly rate. I generally look for at least £3 per hour, maybe £2 absolute minimum on a slow day if the subject is interesting or it's a quick survey. And bolster my points with their daily polls and screenout questions.

Judith Lugg
By: Judith LuggDate: 25 Sep 2017 9:23 AM

I still get about £25 a month from them - bit long--winded a lot of the time, but am usually doing something else on-line so just keep going back to it. Still quite worthwhile I think.

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 25 Sep 2017 11:27 AM

A lot of screen outs but I earn about $13 a month so I'm ok with it.

violet shevlin
By: violet shevlinDate: 28 Sep 2017 11:04 AM

i have asked for an amazon voucher, to redeem they say i have to claim on an e.mail which they will send. no e.mail has come. now they say i have to open another e.mail. account to claim. anyone else had this problem?

Vinny
About me: I am a Scottish Nationalist with socialist leanings. I firmly believe that we should question "facts" put before us. Not everything in black and white makes sense to me!
Why I like surveys: I like surveys, purely and simply, because the "rewards" mount up to pay for the kids Christmasses!
By: VinnyDate: 28 Sep 2017 11:27 AM

I just assumed that Amazon was not available for UK clients. I have always ONLY been offered PayPal as a method of payment. Sorry, I cannot be any more help.

violet shevlin
By: violet shevlinDate: 28 Sep 2017 11:53 AM

thank you vinny. has anyone else claimed amazon voucher from mintvine?

Ben smith
By: Ben smithDate: 28 Sep 2017 11:58 AM

I used to always use amazon vouchers, they used to get the rate wrong you got £13.50 for a 1000 points which was not to bad now its a lot lower so the site is not worth the time, average survey is about 50p for 15 minutes, granted some are more but not that many.

Julie2
By: Julie2Date: 29 Sep 2017 9:53 AM

violet, are you using an AOL e mail, because there are problems with them using AOL.

violet shevlin
By: violet shevlinDate: 29 Sep 2017 11:34 AM

i might seem naive julie2 but what is AOL?. not very computer savvy

Julie2
By: Julie2Date: 30 Sep 2017 12:57 AM

violet, I presume then that you don't have an AOL e mail a/c.

violet shevlin
By: violet shevlinDate: 30 Sep 2017 9:49 AM

no. i use outlook

John Fitch
By: John FitchDate: 30 Sep 2017 7:47 PM

I'm at $16 for the month which isn't bad plus $6 in pending which should see me above $10 by end October, so it's good for me.

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