Created by Gary Mitchell, Get Cash for Surveys has been designed to inform subscribers of the most profitable surveys available for completion online.
What is the product?
Get Cash for Surveys very crudely put does exactly what it says on the tin. Gary Mitchell and his team compile a list of surveys that are available online and then release the information to their subscribers. Get Cash for Surveys provides details of websites that have the surveys and how much you can expect to make. Interestingly as well as the core product, Get Cash for Surveys comes with a number of bonuses which Gary Mitchell says will show you how to not just get a free car, but get paid for driving it, earn money through writing and finally hot to get paid for reading emails.
What is the investment vs. the rate of return?
Get Cash for Surveys is advertised at $74 but given the fact that the purchase page provides a 50% discount code this feels like an inflated value to make the whole thing feel like better value for money. Because Get Cash for Surveys is sold through ClickBank the usual 60 day money back guarantee is in place should you be unhappy with the product. IN terms of how much you can earn, Gary Mitchell claims hundreds of pounds daily but there aren’t any real figures. Gary Mitchell also claims that by implementing Get Cash for Surveys you will receive products to test that you can then keep, many of which he claims to be high value such as tablets or TVs.
Does the product provide value for money?
All things considered I don’t believe that Get Cash for Surveys does particularly provide value for money.
Whilst Get Cash for Surveys isn’t necessarily a bad product, I just don’t see how it really justifies the cost involved. I don’t doubt that you can make money completing surveys but the question is always whether you can earn enough to warrant the time and effort and I am simply not convinced. I also can’t help but feel that with research most of the information that Get Cash for Surveys contains is likely available online for free elsewhere.