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Toluna/Your2Cents Surveys

by Nicole on July 27, 2009

Your2Cents is now Toluna Surveys! I have been a member of Your2Cents for over a year now and have cashed out several times with them. They do not send many surveys but I qualified frequently for the ones that I did receive.

Remember to use your separate “surveys” email when you sign up. I don’t receive any spam on the email account I use for surveys – yay! I love knowing that when I open that email, it will be filled with survey opportunities for me.


As always, it’s completely FREE to sign up for Toluna/Your2Cents and you’re under no obligation to complete any surveys. Often, surveys lead to great product tests and if you’re able to earn just $3 per day doing surveys, that’s over $90 per month which is my gas money!

Some of the other surveys companies already reviewed on this blog are Lightspeed, Greenfield, Global Test Market, Survey Savvy, SayNation, Valued Opinions, American Consumer Opinion, Opinion Outpost , Zoompanel, Have you signed up for all of them?

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Anonymous August 10, 2009 at 10:07 pm

I agree with Your2cents. I also cashed out a couple times, but trying to get any cash with Toluna is like winning a lottery. They end up having you start a bunch of survey's, only to be entered in a drawing. They pay less & disqualify more. Anyways, wish 2Cents was back.
Thanks for the referrals to other sites,

2 Empire Hancock August 16, 2009 at 1:11 am

I've been with Your2Cents for a long time, too. Unlike with SurveySpot, where I never withdrew earnings until my account threatened to vanish, I cashed out with Your2Cents three or four times, at about $12-15 dollars each time. There are times when their survey invitations seem pretty infrequent, but there's other times when there's certainly no shortage of them. I've gotten a bunch in the past couple weeks, but haven't had time to participate in any of them due to working long hours.

The only thing I don't like about Toluna vs. when it was Your2Cents (though Y2C implemented this a little while before the changeover occured) is that instead of just money for each survey, they credit all survey rewards as points which you can redeem for cash. The thing I dislike about that is that you can only convert to cash in increments of $10, so if you have some odd number of points, you can get the $10, but you'll have points left over that you can't really do much with until you get more surveys and use THOSE points for cash, etc.

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