Wednesday, January 13, 2010

$5 Starbucks Gift Card for 5 Minute Phone Interview

This is a great and VERY quick survey thru Resolution Research, and if you are a fellow Ohio resident ( woo, hoo! ) you can take this quick screener. I only had 3 questions to answer to see if I would qualify.

If you live in Ohio and have taken undergraduate or graduate studies, they may want to get in touch with you for a fast 5 minute phone call and will give you a $5 Starbucks Gift Card.

If you don't qualify, you will still get a point for taking the screener. You can accumulate points on their site and redeem them for Visa Gift Cards. And, don't forget to share with your friends, too. They have a refer a friend program that also gives you two points for each member that registers.

Although most studies from this Market Research company are higher dollar amounts, I figured I would share since this is such a small time commitment.

And, don't forget...even if you don't live in Ohio, this is a Nationwide Research company. Make sure you register so you get invited to future studies.

First, click here to register with Resolution Research.

After you have become a member, go here to take your screener.

If you would like to read more on how I earn money with Market Research, you can go here. For all past posts regarding companies and studies I have shared, click here.

Enjoy!



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C

5 comments:

Bobby said...

Hi Carrie,

Love coffee! Love anything money saving too.

I took on Christmas in avoiding spending anything on presents:

http://bobversus.com/?p=256

123 123 said...

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Joan Stepsen
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Anonymous said...

Thanks! Joined and made sure to say you referred me in my registration survey!
Angie
one4earth

Crystal said...

Thanks, I love my coffee. However, this phone interview took longer than 5 minutes.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Crystal!

You qualified? I am jealous. :( Kidding, excited for you.

How long did the phone interview end up taking, if you don't mind sharing with all of us.

Was it worth the $5?

Thanks for any information you can share.

 
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