Tuesday, March 2, 2010

ANOTHER $20 Free - Register Now!


One day after posting the $20 we will get for registering for the study via Lightspeed Panel, they now have ANOTHER $20 St. Patrick's Day promotion that will give us another $20!

That is $40 total for a few minutes of our time. I love studies like this. :)

So, in case you missed the post yesterday on how to get the original $20, click here and follow the instructions.

Then, once you are logged into your new Consumer Say account look under the Reward category on the right hand side. You will see a little leprechaun for your special St. Patty's Day $20 Offer. Look for the image above.

What do you have to do? Register your checking account and they will issue you another $20. Quick and Easy!

Also, if you are not a follower of mine on Facebook, you would have missed my update on the $20 Survey Spot Study tomorrow. Scroll down now and read my Facebook updates in the left side bar. You may qualify, and you don't want to miss out.

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Anonymous said...

Carrie, thanks for the info!
is consumer say the same thing as lightspeed?

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Consumer Say is owned by Lightspeed Panel. It is a new division/site of their company.

When you log in, you will see that Lightspeed Panel is in the title/name, thus you know it is an upstanding survey company.

Mary Beth said...

Hi Carrie!

Just signed up for both ConsumerSay opportunities . . . thank you for both!

But really writing to say thank you for the info on the Kia test drive. I had gotten my own invite, which I fully intended to use. But mine had an end date of Feb 28th, and life got in the way.

Today I searched my e-mails, just to make sure that was the expiration date, and came across the e-mail feed of your blog with the info you posted about the test drive . . . and the date for that is until March 15th! So I'm going to give it a shot for the $25.

Thanks so much.

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

Mary Beth,

Have fun! My husband and I really enjoyed driving the car.

And, hey, $25 is better than nothing! :)

Mary Beth said...

My personalized Kia invite was for $25 (not like the $75 one you got), so if all goes well it will be the same. For $75, I probably would have pushed life back out of the way to take the test drive! :-D

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

LOL! I know, my husband doesn't usually want to bother with $25 for himself. But, for $75...he was all over that.

Myself, I am excited when I get the $25 ones, too. :)

It was a nice vehicle...fun to test them out and get paid.

Anonymous said...

Is it really safe to be giving this company your credit card and/or bank information?

Carrie @ Moneysavingmethods.com said...

If you go to the original $20 post from yesterday, read the comments there. I discussed in that section how to check for secure sites, verify information, etc.

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Janet said...

Geez! Did anyone else register their paypal account?
What a nightmare!
I registered mine. But the next time I logged into paypal, it had me change my password. So I went back to Consumer Say and changed the information there.
Logged in to paypal today and my account is restricted because it has been accessed by a third party.
I had to change my password AGAIN - and confirm my full credit card number, but I failed the phone test (somehow) where they call you and then you are supposed to enter a number on the phone.
I don't get another chance to do that. Now they have to mail me a letter in 7 to 9 days giving me a code to enter - BUT my account is restricted until then.


Janet said...

I contacted them about the above issue and they sent me a $20 Amazon e-giftcard. :)