What Is i-Say?
i-Say is an online survey rewards community. Members take surveys about brands, entertainment and other topics, and their opinions and feedback are shared with relevant companies. Each time a member takes a survey, they are rewarded with i-Say points, which can then be redeemed for rewards — including PayPal funds, so you can earn money online. There is no limit to the amount or type of reward you can receive using these points.
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How to Sign Up
You can sign up for i-Say with your Facebook account or by filling out an online application. The online application asks you to fill out personal details such as your name, email address and street address.
How to Earn and Redeem Rewards
i-Say points are earned by taking paid surveys. The amount of points earned will depend on a number of factors, such as survey length. Points can be redeemed for Visa prepaid cards, Amazon gift cards, PayPal funds, iTunes codes, Starbucks gift cards, Facebook game cards, Target gift cards, charity donations, sweepstakes entries, merchandise and more. You must have at least 500 i-Say points in your account to redeem a reward. For gift cards and PayPal funds, 100 i-Say points typically equal $1.
Pros of i-Say
With i-Say, you can earn rewards, take surveys on a variety of topics, choose how many surveys you take per week and cash out when you have a relatively low amount of points. Reviewers on the site Trustpilot estimate that you can earn a $10 voucher in about two to three weeks or a total of one hour of survey time.
Cons of i-Say
Some reviewers on Trustpilot complained that the loading times on the website can be slow, and others said the redemption process can be lengthy.
Is i-Say Legit?
Ipsos, the parent company of i-Say, has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau. However, the reviews on Trustpilot are mixed, and overall i-Say earned two out of five stars.
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