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Surveys That Pay Cash

Cash is a very popular reward choice because you can use it for whatever you like. The list below includes survey sites that pay with cash directly into your bank account.

 Turn your opinions and ideas into real cash rewards at Pureprofile, rewards include cash into your bank account and gift cards.

Pureprofile is a good survey site where you will get plenty of surveys, you will even get a small payment for the surveys which you are screened out from. Once you have reached $25 you can request payment to your bank account. Well worth joining  because of the frequent surveys you will get at Pureprofile.

Earn cash with Australia's highest paying survey site - Octopus Group Octopus Group is a new survey site, promising to shake up the survey panel industry in Australia by offering the highest paying surveys for Australia.
Once you have earned $20 you can get paid directly into your bank account.


Do surveys and get paid directly into your bank account with Rewards Central RewardsCentral is one of the original survey sites (previously known as email cash) you earn points for clicking emails, completing surveys, signing up for offers and shopping with there online partners. Once you have reached 3800 points you can request $30 cash out to your bank account.

One Comment
  1. bozo permalink

    If this was a blog about online shopping sites would you be telling readers about the beautifull
    “casaque” you got from an online French store or the wonderfull cheap “pelletteria” from an Italian market site? No, you would tell them about the “jacket ” and the “leather goods”.
    If this is an Australian site for Australian readers, and you are going to deliberately spell the word cheque incorrectly, because that is the way it is spelt on the american site, then you have three grammatically correct choices. Place the miss-spelt word in brackets, “Check”, add (sic) after the miss-spelt word to indicate it is their spelling, check (sic), or add an explanatory note in brackets after the miss-spelt word, check (american spelling). To just deliberately spell the word cheque incorrectly only adds to the further degradation, and americanisation, of the australian english language, as I said before.

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