Pinecone Research: Earn Extra Cash

by Marcy on August 20, 2009 · 4 comments

Update: This offer is no longer available.

If you are looking to earn a little bit of extra cash, Pinecone Research is accepting applications again! When you sign up with Pinecone Research you will be paid for completing short surveys. While I have not used worked with this company in the past, I have friends who have and love them. I just signed up myself and found the process to be straightforward and fast. And with the holidays not too far away I figure a little bit of extra cash won’t hurt. :-)

These spots tend to fill up quickly, so sign up here if you are interested.

Are you already signed up with Pinecone Research? What are your thoughts?

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1 Anonymous August 21, 2009 at 12:42 AM

I have been in it a couple of months now. I’ve md maybe between 15-21 dollars. Not a to, but more than i would have made otherwise. Quick surveys, and quick delivery of the checks!

2 Anonymous August 21, 2009 at 12:46 AM

I was a member of Pinecone for two years, answering surveys and testing products on a regular basis. Out of the blue, I received a message that I was no longer a member due to a conflict of interest with a family member’s job. This made no sense since I never specified my husband’s job and he was not affiliated with any company with which Pinecone would deal. When I called Pinecone, they said it was an error, but the computer would not let them reregister me ever again. This was unfortunate since I really enjoyed the surveys and tests.

3 Anonymous August 21, 2009 at 6:00 PM

I’ve been doing this for a while. I get a check for $3 for each survey. It used to be $5, but it’s better than nothing! Not too much time involved.

4 kelly August 23, 2009 at 12:10 PM

I have been with Pinecone for a few months as well,I really like their surveys they are short and you can have the money deposited in your paypal account.

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