Get Cash For Surveys Review 2015

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getcashforsurveys bannerMy Get Cash For Surveys Review 2015

Product name: Get Cash For Surveysgcfs ad image


Owners: Garry Mitchell

Level of Experience Needed: None.

Price: $74 ($37 with coupon you can redeem on the sales page or $27 with downsell if you try to leave the site once. Try to leave again and you will pay $12)

Overall Rank: 2/10


Get Cash For Surveys is a product created by Garry Mitchell. He claims to have found the secret to quick and easy cash from home. He also promises you to be able to make anything up to $3000 per month taking simple surveys for a few hours of the day.

If you are familiar with apps and online surveys, you should know that companies usually pay out in coupons, discounts or small sums of money if any. So having a product promising you to make a full time living by filling out surveys is a bit hard to believe.income opportunities image

Additionally this program promises you to be able to receive new products to review, which you can then keep once you hand in the review.

On the sales page, they provide you with a sample review to get an idea what product reviews you can expect to fill out. That sample review takes about 30 seconds to fill out.

Sadly this is far from the truth as most companies surveys are quite long and look for extensive information for their products and services. Therefore the slight idea of even making a few hundred dollars in a few hours is a bit unrealistic.

To be honest even if you did work on this for several hours in the day and could make a few extra dollars, don’t you think it would be the most devious task and that you would be bored after the first week? If you repeat the same task over and over again, no matter where from, I personally would go a bit insane.

For a legitimate program that teaches you how to make real money online I definitely encourage you to join something with value. Wealthy Affiliate is a perfect example as to how you can actually make a living online.

Who Is Get Cash For Surveys For?

Firstly, if you do consider joining this product (and I really hope you don’t) I advise you to use the 50% off coupon on their sales page. Once you proceed to the payments, try to exit the site once and you will receive a downsell. Proceed to payments once more and before typing in your credit card details try to exit the site once more. You should now have a second downsell of $12 total to pay for the program.

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Sample survey they show you. You’ll never get to see similar ones.

So for those of you who still think this might be a good product, let me just explain who might be suitable for this. If you like filling out surveys and have a lot of spare time, you might want to join this. You will not receive thousands of dollars as promised, no matter how many surveys you fill out.

You will however receive some vouchers and coupons eventually after collecting a few thousand points. Maybe you’ll manage to get a few hundred dollars at best. But if you want to make serious cash online, this program is not for you.

You don’t need any special skills to join this but you definitely need to be really patient and have a lot of spare time.

Trainings and Tools

I really lost all confidence in this program when they try to convince their buyers to pay for the valuable upsells ($77/$47/$27) and the reasons for creating a website.

Personally I think it is incredibly important to have a website when you are trying to make money online. But when someone tells me it will cost me around $2000 to have my own website, I have to tell them that they have

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None of the steps are included

no idea what they are talking about, or they are simply trying to scam me.

I personally created and started out with a free website, which I now teach other people myself on my site as well. If however you want to pay for a .com website yourself, I don’t think it would cost you more than $12 for a domain at most!

So whatever fluff they teach you at Get Cash For Surveys certainly isn’t true.

Additionally there is a huge amount of training and programs besides the survey program, to teach you other ways of making money online. So basically their main focus is for inexperienced people to sign up for the survey program and lure them into more expensive programs.

Pros vs. Cons


  • Money back guarantee as it’s a ClickBank product
  • Very cheap


  • Don’t actually get paid for taking surveys and if you do it’s a few dollars
  • Can’t make a living off it
  • Too many upsells and other products being promoted
  • Surveys take hours
  • False promises of surveys that can get you up to $50!
  • Surveys can be found on Google for free

Final Verdict

Although you can make money, the claims of making thousands is a blatant lie. This is why I gave this product a poor rating. It is very unlikely you can make anything near a grand with this program. You might be able to get a few hundred a month, but not more.

The only reason it did get some rating, is because no matter how much they promise you to make, you can actually make some money. Not that it would be enough to go out and have a meal with it, let alone a drink, but it is still possible to actually make some money with it.

I really dislike these types of products but at least you don’t lose a whole lot of money if you do sign up for it. It is fairly cheap and you can claim your money back within the first 60 days.

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You have higher chances winning the lottery

As I mentioned previously, if you really do want to make money online, you shouldn’t believe that you can do so within a few hours or days. The real money and stable income type of businesses online take a lot of time and effort.

But all this hard work and effort pays off. Here’s my review of my preferred program, which is not only free but actually teaches you a very stable source of income that might help you quit your job and actually work from home.

Don’t be fooled by the get rich quick schemes. They don’t exist unless you play the lottery and hit the jackpot!

I hope I could warn some of you or at least advise you before joining this program. If you have any questions or thoughts, feel free to leave behind some comments!




  1. Great article man! I see you’ve really done a good job going through the various aspects of this program, and it’s always nice to see someone willing to invest the time and effort to warn others about programs promising way more than they can deliver. Thanks for a great post!

    • Hey Tommy,
      Glad to see my work is not taken for granted 🙂
      I do like to show all the ins and outs of a program, even if it is a blatant scam just in case people still see some value in it. There are programs that teach valuable stuff even if they end up being completely useless as a whole program (such as Google Sniper for instance). It taught me a lot of valuable things but also completely unnecessary things which just damage your websites.
      Thanks for reading,

  2. Another great article, Esteban!

    Ever since I first looked into Cash for Surveys, about 10 years ago, I have had absolutely no time for them. Like many programs, they promise you loads and give you nothing. Good advice to stay well clear or this type of stuff.

    Keep up the good work.

    • Hey Rob,

      I can’t believe they’ve been around for 10 years! I guess people are still falling for them today if they’re still around. Hopefully more people get to read my review in that case.
      Thanks for complimenting and reading!

  3. Hey Esteban,
    Great post. I am not a huge fan of these survey sites because they are time consuming and result is very little money. Get Cash for Surveys sounds more like a hobby than a passive income stream.

    And the upsells sound ridiculous and unnecessary… what kind of extra training could I possibly need to complete surveys?

    Thanks for sharing,

    • Hey Diana,
      I also hate surveys unless they are the ones I feel necessary to complete to complain about bad service or something haha. As for making a passive income I completely doubt this is possible. As you said it’s more of a hobby in the end than an income.
      And as for the training I just had to laugh out loud. I mean it’s not hard to tick a box is it 😉
      Thanks for agreeing and commenting,

  4. Hi Esteban,
    It’s truly a shame these survey scams are still going strong. If people want to get a flavor of surveys and qualifying for them, they should give Swagbucks a try — it’s at least free to join and you receive Swagbucks that can be redeemed for gift cards. I believe it’s a total waste of time, but to each his/her own. Wealthy Affiliate is truly investing in your future as an affiliate marketer.
    All the best to you,

    • Hi Sharon,
      I find it weird that they made it so long in this business and still are! I think I heard of swagbucks before and heard quite a few good things about them. I don’t think you could make a living off it but definitely get a few discounts for your local shops and coffee shops.
      WA offers the right tools and training to actually make a living. I completely agree. People should stay away from surveys if they are serious about making money!

  5. Well written post. Does a good job of getting the point across. I think after reading this review, most people would stay away from that product.

    • Hey Jason,

      I sincerely hope that people stay away from it as it really is just a waste of money and you can definitely not make a living from it like they claim.
      Thanks for reading and leaving behind your thoughts,

  6. Dear Essi,

    Thanks for sharing such a great, very informative and useful review on GetCashforSurveys. I think you done a great job on this review and walked me through the detailed information. Very good stuff. I’ll come back when I have more time and see what else I find here. Thanks and good site! Wishing you all the very best!

    Your Friend,

    • Hey Paul,

      Thanks for your comment. I’m always happy when one of my reviews or post can help others out in one way or another!


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